3/24/2020

Long corners, high speed: the Marrakesh urban race track.

2.971 kilometers, 12 corners and 1 chicane: that’s the key data for the Circuit International Automobile Moulay El Hassan where the next Formula E race will take place this coming weekend.

The fifth race of the season heads to Morocco this Saturday. And, again, a new, unknown race track awaits pilots Neel Jani and André Lotterer. The circuit in Marrakesh is not as intricate as other tracks in Formula E: Long straights and wide corners allow for noticeably quicker sections in comparison to other winding city circuits. The Circuit International Automobile Moulay El Hassan has 12 very diverse corners in store for the drivers: fewer tight, but in return more sweeping and fluid corners on this temporary urban race track. And so, as the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team prepares for another race, the fans can look forward to a circuit which showcases the strengths of the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team. As one thing is clear after André Lotterer’s podium finish in Mexico: pace is not a problem.

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