Oliver Rowland returned to the top step for a second time at Tempelhof Airport to beat Maximilian Guenther to third in the final standings.
Second place for Stoffel Vandoorne was enough to clinch the ABB Formula E Race at Home Challenge with Pascal Wehrlein being sent into a spin.
Kevin Siggy kept his cool to win the Challenge Grid Grand Final in Berlin and earn a once-in-a-lifetime chance to test a real Formula E car.
“First of all, I am really happy to win this competition. It has been a tough day and the start was very chaotic. I had a good start alongside Pascal [Wehrlein] on the outside and then into turn two I got bumped from behind, which sent him into a spin. It would have been nice to have had a proper fight on track. But I have been unlucky as well in a couple of races, so it is a well-deserved win for us.” Stoffel Vandoorne
Small margins for Siggy; just over one second separated Kevin Siggy and Lucas Mueller at the chequered flag, which ultimately proved to be the difference that secured the Slovenian a test drive.
Flying high at Tempelhof; Oliver Rowland soared to a second consecutive victory at the historic Tempelhof Airport with the Brit beating Stoffel Vandoorne over the line both times in Berlin.
Double the donation; with double points on offer for the Grand Final, global partner Julius Baer donated 2,000 Euros to UNICEF on behalf of Rowland for setting the quickest time in qualifying.