OLIVER Rowland came from 16th on the grid to finish third in both races in Berlin this week and stay in contention for the Formula E title.The 30-year-old from Penistone responded to a disappointing qualifying result to power through the field for podiums on both Saturday and Sunday. He moved up a place in the standings to third, 22 points off the leader after ten of 16 races. Rowland has finished third four times, second twice and first once this season. Rowland said: “The first race was an intense race, our plan was to move through the field quickly after a difficult qualifying. We managed to do that well, but I used a lot of energy to get to the front, which meant we had to manage later on. I had to be really careful out there, being overly-aggressive could cause contact, but not racing hard enough would result in losing positions, so there was a balance to find. It was tough, but I enjoyed it“In the second race, I kept it calm for the first few laps and then went on a mission to try and work my way to the front. It was a really quick race, tough and intense but a lot of fun. Everyone was aggressive, there was a lot of barging and fighting for position, but I enjoyed it and I'm delighted to be on the podium for the second time. Going from 16th to third is another incredible result and we'll look to keep this attacking mentality for the next races.“Now we need to focus on qualifying, to start closer to the front, which will allow us to manage our energy better towards the end of the race."The season now finishes with double-headers in Shanghai at the end of the month then Portland, USA next month and London in July.