Berlin E-Prix: Di Grassi leads Venturi 1-2 in Sunday practice

Di Grassi, who retired from Saturday’s race with a slow puncture after contact with Oliver Rowland, swept to the top with a 1m06.133s lap, logging the best first and third sectors of the morning as fine margins split the field – the top 21 all within 0.8s of di Grassi’s time.
He was followed into second by Mortara, who had headed a tightly contested FP1, as the Swiss driver continued his …Keep reading Source

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