Formula E’s ongoing 2019/20 season had been put on hold since March as a direct result of all the challenges posed by COVID-19. But the all-electric racing series is finally set to get underway once again in August, and it has come up with a rather novel solution to the pandemic-related problems. The remainder of the season has been condensed to six races which will be held over nine days, all in one location.The series had already completed five races prior to the suspension, and the trip to Berlin will take the total number of races held this season up to 11.
Six races to be held in Berlin
The Tempelhof Airport in Berlin has been selected as the location to close out the current season. Across a span of nine days, the German airfield will be hosting three double-headers on August 5-6, 8-9 and 12-13.
Each pair of races will use a different track configuration, with…