The track design for the Berlin round of the maiden Formula E season was revealed today. Image courtesy of FEH.
The 17 turn, 2.47km circuit will be built within the ‘Apron’ section of the Tempelhof Airport, located in the city centre. Designed by Rodrigo Nunes, it is the setting for the eighth race in the inaugural Formula E season.
Today also saw tickets for the DHL Berlin ePrix go on sale with general admission (standing) priced from just 10 euros if purchased before April 30, rising to 19 euros thereafter, with children aged six and under going free (if accompanied by a paying adult).
The race will be organised by German event company Gil Und Weingartner who will also call upon the expertise of Hans Jorg Fischer – one of the main track consultants behind Russia’s new Moscow Raceway.