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Nick Cassidy, Envision Racing, 1st position, in celebrates in Parc Ferme
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How Kiwis stormed Berlin to put Porsche under pressure

Jaguar-powered drivers claimed victory in both Formula E races in Berlin last weekend, as shares were spoiled between works driver Mitch Evans and Nick Cassidy from the customer Envision squad. Both are now in the frame for the championship after a disappointing weekend on home turf for Porsche that has trimmed Pascal Wehrlein's once healthy advantage

New Zealand took Formula E by storm at last weekend's Berlin E-Prix double-header, as Mitch Evans and Nick Cassidy propelled themselves firmly into a title battle which is finely poised heading into the second half of the 16-race season.

While the all Jaguar-powered podium in Brazil last month might have appeared a one-off to some during a season largely dominated by Porsche, the narrative firmly shifted in favour of the Big Cats with the double-header in Germany.

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