Berlin E-Prix: Vergne steals pole away from Da Costa at the last gasp

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Jean-Eric Vergne has stolen pole away from Antonio Felix Da Costa by one-tenth of a second as the Techeetah team secures another front-row lockout. 

Da Costa made it from group one to take part in Superpole after finishing in sixth place in group qualifying. In Superpole Da Costa set a 1.06.247 which looked likely to take pole until Vergne the last driver to go out in qualifying set a 1.06.107 which is the quickest time ever around the Berlin E-Prix track. 

Oliver Rowland will start third in his first Superpole appearance. The brit posted the same time as Vergne in group qualifying, but couldn't replicate that in Superpole. 

Sebastien Buemi will start fourth just behind his teammate. Nyck De Vries qualified in fifth for Mercedes and Felipe Massa finished in sixth for Venturi.

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Alex Lynn just missed out on Superpole and will start from seventh place. Rene Rast had a great lap in the Audi to finish eighth fastest. The German driver out-qualified his more experienced teammate Lucas Di Grassi who will start in 12th.  

Jerome D'Ambrosio will start from ninth with Robin Frijns starting in tenth. The Dutch driver missed out on victory in yesterday's race by 0.128 of a second.

Mitch Evans qualified in 11th in the Jaguar ahead of Di Grassi. Edorado Mortara will start 13th in the second of the Venturi cars. James Calado will start in 14th ahead of Nico Muller in the Dragon. 

Alexander Sims will start in 16th ahead of Sam Bird in the Virgin Racing car. Andre Lotterer will start in 18th for Porsche. Oliver Turvey will start 19th with Stoffel Vandoorne in 20th in the second Mercedes. 

Yesterday's race winner Maxmilian Gunther will start 21st ahead of Nell Jani in 22nd. Daniel Abt will start 23rd and Sergio Sette Camara in 24th. 

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