Barnard's points is your winning moment from the 2024 Berlin double-header

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Barnard's points is your winning moment from the 2024 Berlin double-header

From a points-scoring feast for Taylor Barnard and Edoardo Mortara to Antonio Felix da Costa scoring a first home win for TAG Heuer Porsche, Berlin delivered another memorable double-header.

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It was the big 1-0 in Berlin as Formula E landed in the German capital for another barnstorming double-header. The 10th-anniversary visit to Berlin saw an all-new layout on the challenging concrete apron of the historic Tempelhof airport.

After a close vote, you've chosen NEOM McLaren's super sub Taylor Barnard for his points-scoring weekend, as the 19-year-old became the youngest-ever points scorer in Formula E history!

31% - Barnard becomes the youngest points scorer

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19-year-old Taylor Barnard stepped into the NEOM McLaren car of Sam Bird after the experienced Formula E driver broke his left hand in Monaco. Debuting on the grandest stage possible to become the youngest driver in Formula E history, the newcomer went one better in Berlin with two points scoring finishes with 10th and eighth to set another record as the youngest points scoring in Formula E.

28% - Da Costa triumphs in Tempelhof

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Antonio Felix da Costa scored an important victory on Sunday in Berlin, overcoming his tribulations to return to the top step and bring TAG Heuer Porsche their first home win in Formula E. The Portuguese driver was right in the mix from 10th on the grid, leaving it to the right moment to push on to score his third win in Tempelhof - securing the record for the most wins at the same venue.

19% - Consistent Cassidy wins on Saturday

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Never count out Nick Cassidy when it comes to energy-critical pack racing. The Jaguar TCS Racing driver slipped down the order and at one point was languishing right down in 21st and second to last in the leaderboard. The New Zealander dug deep and worked his way up the order, arriving in the lead pack with an extra 2% energy in hand before taking the lead and pulling the pin leaving the rest in his wake. Taking the championship lead on Saturday, he extended that advantage on Sunday with second.

12% - Mortara scores Mahindra points

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Heading into Berlin, Mahindra was the only team with no points on the board. It looked like a long season for the Indian squad. Their fortunes turned around as Edoardo Mortara duelled his way to the Julius Baer Pole Position and those three points for his hard work - the garage erupting in a scene of jubilations. The Swiss-Italian was up the sharp end during the race and eventually crossed the line in eighth to end the day with seven points.

10% - Rowland goes back-to-back in Berlin

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Oliver Rowland has no fear when it comes to the tight confines of pack racing, getting his elbows out for some robust moves. The Brit returned to the podium in Berlin, taking two in as many days. Despite ending each race with battle scars on his Nissan, the reward remained as Rowland kept himself in the title fight.