Nissan’s Oliver Rowland sets early practice pace as Formula E returns to action in Berlin

Formula E charged back into life this morning with Nissan e.dams’ Oliver Rowland setting the early benchmark in Practice 1 ahead of Round 6 of the ABB FIA Formula E Championship from Berlin. READ MORE: See how the land lies ahead of Round 6 of the 2019/20 Formula E campaign. He did eventually make it out on track after an impressive turnaround by the team, but a further bug caused him to stop, and threw a red flag – prematurely ending Practice 1. As teams work through their practice programmes, seeing to their setups and energy management profiles, a clear picture of true pace is usually pretty tricky to come by until the final stages of the second practice session, if at all prior to qualifying. See full times from Practice 1, and keep track of every session’s results in full.

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