’s Berlin round is likely to return to the Berlin Tempelhof Airport this season over the street circuit used in season two.

 

The all electric single-seater series is in discussions to use the famous German terminal round after a request was put in to the office of Berlin mayor Michael Muller to switch venues.

 

While the change is still under discussions with the city’s local green party, Formula E insists the mayor remains supportive and talks over returning to Tempelhof Airport could be concluded in the next two weeks.

 

The ACO said the following, “We are in constant dialogue and cooperating with local authorities to determine the final location of the race and are thankful for the continued interest and support shown from the mayor to host a race in the city of Berlin.”

 

Tempelhof hosted the inaugural Berlin ePrix back in 2015, with a 17-turn, 1.5-mile concrete track marked up over the runways of the old airport. The track is set to be revised if Formula E is to continue at the venue.

 

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