On Saturday, February 29, the fifth race of the season takes place in one of Morocco's four imperial cities. For André Lotterer and Neel Jani, the Circuit International Automobile Moulay El Hassan is also a culturally contrasting race track: the temporary urban course passes by the adjacent Agdal Gardens, along the centuries-old wall and through the city’s modern hotel quarter. However, the pilots will not have time for a quick look during the race, as it’s going to be very fast due to the nature of the track. Fewer corners than in other race tracks means long straights. Perhaps this is the reason why there has been a different champion at every edition in Marrakesh. The metropolis of 930,000 inhabitants is guaranteed to be an exciting experience for the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team. Until now, you could expect constant conditions at many races – that’s now going to change in Marrakesh. The weather can quickly turn and thus create new racing conditions. Even the divided race day with free training 1 on Friday, and training 2, qualifying, and the race on Saturday will be a factor.