Like his team-mate Nyck, Stoffel also rode an emotional rollercoaster this season. Stoffel won the second race in Rome and finished on the podium no fewer than three times. If luck had been with him more frequently over the course of the campaign, he might have delivered several more good finishes.
In the last qualifying session of the year, he secured his fifth Formula E pole position overall and his third of the season for Sunday's race in Berlin, making him the most successful driver in the field in this particular category. In the race itself, he initially maintained his lead, but lost it when the pursuing bunch elected to go into early attack mode. But Stoffel fought back in the closing stages of the E-Prix with the second of his two attack boosts and clawed his way back up to third place.