“I fought like a lion, but with two percent less energy you don’t stand a chance in the end,” he says.
“We know each other well and have the same circle of friends,” Günther explains his appearance in unfamiliar terrain. “There is a large German community here and there is always a regulars’ table on Mondays, which also includes other athletes. So it was cool to stop by and know they had a front row seat to it from their boat.”
The Nissan driver: “Formula E is not a pre-show, but has its own raison d’être, after all it has the status of an FIA World Championship and offers a lot of spectacle.”
Then again in Germany on May 14th and 15th. The ePrix Berlin traditionally takes place at the closed Tempelhof Airport.