The Swiss racer was accompanied on the podium by Jean-Eric Vergne (DS Techetah) and Stoffel Vandoorne (Mercedes) on the second and third steps, respectively.
Mortara took the win after successfully starting perfectly from pole position and blocking Vergne’s attack.
Mortara and JEV, as Vergne is known, were involved in a fierce rivalry that took place in the seventh series of the 2022 season of the electric car racing championship on Saturday.
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Until finally Mortara managed to secure victory after JEV went wide while trying to overtake on lap 37.
As for Vandoorne, his journey to the third podium in the first race of Formula E Germany 2022 is no less difficult.
Making a bad start from eighth position, Vandoorne had to be willing to drop to 12th in the early half of the race at the Tempelhof circuit, Berlin.
But the Belgian racer slowly managed to climb to sixth position in the middle of the race.
Before finally finishing in third position after being involved in the struggle for second place with Andre Lotterer (Porsche).
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Lotterer finished the race in fourth place, ahead of Mitch Evans (Jaguar) and his own team-mate Pascal Wehrlein in fifth and sixth.
In seventh position is Sam Bird, who is also one of the drivers who pushed up after starting the race from 15th position.
Antonio Felix Da Costa (DS Techeetah) and Alexander Sims (Mahindra) finished in eighth and ninth positions, respectively.
Meanwhile, Vandoorne’s teammate Nyck de Vries closed out the top ten in the first race of the 2022 German Formula E.