The 22-year old, who took victory in Round One last weekend on the Hong Kong Harbourfront, opened up a commanding lead following compatriot Pascal Wehrlein’s crash and finished seven seconds ahead of Robin Frijns in second and third-placed Nico Müller.

It was Mercedes-Benz EQ’s Stoffel Vandoorne who started the race from pole position for the second race ahead of Guenther but repeated a mistake from Round One after making huge contact at the first corner to hand the lead to Guenther.

The young German never looked like relinquishing his lead, only briefly being challenged by Mahindra Racing’s Wehrlein who closed the gap to three-tenths before smashing into the wall and leaving his countryman with a free run to the chequered flag.

Earlier in the day, Bulgarian sim racer Peyo Peev drove to a dominant victory in the Challenger Race, leading from lights-to-flag and fighting off the challenge of pre-race favourite Kevin Siggy. The winning driver at the end of the Challenger series will win real-life track time in a Formula E car when real-life racing resumes.

In the meantime, all eyes will surely be on Guenther as he aims to continue his perfect start in Round Three of the ABB Formula E Race at Home Challenge next Saturday 9th May at 15:30 BST in Monaco.