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The final track layout for Berlin.

The great season finale of the Formula E will take place on a redesigned track. Thus, a possibly decisive unknown factor is introduced to the drivers on the final 2 remaining race days.

One final time it’s track reconstruction in Berlin. And this time in its entirety. While the first layouts – excluding the change of direction – are pretty much a tradition in Berlin, the third doubleheader will be running on a newly-designed track on the former airport Berlin-Tempelhof.

A very technical final course.

The 2 available days will be used fully for the reconstruction of the track. The track for the finale will be noticeably more technical than the previous. With a total of 16 curves and one long stretch for higher speeds, fans can gear up for 2 thrilling races. This time, driving skills will be the focus – drivers will have to work their way through significantly more curves and chicanes when compared to the previous track. Particularly the stretch right before and after the start and finish is demanding: With their multiple curves, 2 very technical sections await Neel Jani and André Lotterer. The driving direction on Wednesday and Thursday is counterclockwise once more.

That’s also when it’ll get exciting for the fans again. On both days from 7 p. m. onwards, the races are available live on Eurosport. That’s 2 more days of crossing fingers for the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team – and of course voting for both Porsche drivers, Neel Jani and André Lotterer, during the Fanboost.