When Formula E reconvened after the coronavirus interlude, all six of its stand-in races were held at one venue. The nine-day showdown had the makings of its own mini-series.
Antonio Felix da Costa came out of the blocks in imperious form, scoring two poles and two wins in the first double-header on the reversed Tempelhof Airport circuit. Add in his fourth and second-place finishes in the next brace of races, he would be crowned champion. An entirely deserving one at that, despite the unusual circumstances.
All races would play out on the same abrasive concrete surface and in one climate. There was a host of new and returning drivers drafted in just for the rounds in the German capital. A potential shake-up of the pecking order was also at play, after teams had enjoyed five-months to analyse data and find performance gains.