May 11, 2024

Berlin E-Prix, Germany

The Tempelhof Airport Street Circuit serves as the first of four double-headers, as the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship touches down in Germany for the tenth time for Round 9 of the season.


The circuit, the most visited in Formula E’s history, is revamped for 2024. With 230 meters added to the track, taking its total length to 2.585 kilometers, it promises to create more technical yet high-speed racing, while still maintaining the soul of the track that has been such a mainstay in Formula E. In addition, the repositioning of the pitlane allows for new grandstand locations, giving fans the best possible view of all the on-track action.

Oliver Rowland has enjoyed some excellent performances in Berlin, including his victory in Season 6 and a podium finish in Season 7.

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