Formula E Unveils New Circuit Layout for Berlin E-Prix
The organizers of the Formula E championship have unveiled a brand new circuit layout for the upcoming Berlin E-Prix. The new 15-turn, 2.585km circuit has been specifically designed to provide better and more exciting racing for the faster and more powerful Gen3 cars currently used in Formula E.
New Venue for the Berlin E-Prix
The Tempelhof Airport has long been the venue for the Berlin E-Prix since the inception of the all-electric championship in 2014. It has hosted all but one race in Germany, with the exception of the Karl-Marx Allee street circuit that was created for the 2015-16 season.
The new track layout aims to improve the overall racing experience by offering more opportunities for overtaking and intense battles between drivers. With 15 turns and a total length of 2.585km, the circuit promises to challenge the skills and abilities of the Formula E drivers.
Excitement Builds for the Event
The announcement of the new circuit layout has generated a lot of excitement among fans and drivers alike. Many are looking forward to seeing how the Gen3 cars will perform on the redesigned track and whether it will lead to more competitive and thrilling races.
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If you want to learn more about the new circuit layout and the upcoming Berlin E-Prix, make sure to check out the official Formula E website. The event promises to be a highlight of the season, showcasing the cutting-edge technology and thrilling racing action that Formula E is known for.