Brazil, Chile and Rome will feature on the season four calendar which kicks off in Hong Kong with a double header on the 2nd and 3rd of December.
There is also a TBA dotted in for the 9th June, which is expected to be another European city, which rumours already suggesting a return to Moscow, London and Zurich.
Montreal and New York
Montreal and New York will continue as double-header events that will close out the season, with New York eprix taking place on 7th and 8th of July and Montreal on the 28th and 29th of July.
However, the date for the New York ePrix is subject to change.
Despite a successful doubleheader in Templehof. Berlin has not been named as the city to host the German ePrix on the 19th May.
There is a possibility that the race could move to Munich. However, due to the success at Tempelhof this season. it is likely that the sport will remain at the abandoned airport for many years to come.
The Chilean ePrix has been scheduled for February 3rd in Santiago and will be the fourth round of the championship.
Sao Paulo will host the Brazilian ePrix on the 17th March, which will be round six of the championship.
Rome will host round seven of the championship on April 14th.
Doubleheader events will lose a practice session, which means both days will only have one practice session. The race power will be increased from 170kW to 180kW.
An addition of a test day during the season and a practice session day reserved for rookies.
Also an increase in the number of promotional days from 3 to 6 days per team with a maximum of 3 days on circuit, to promote roadshows.
2/3rd December – Hong Kong
13 January – Marrakesh
3 February – Santiago
3 March – Mexico City
17 March – Sao Paulo
14 April- Rome
28 April – Paris
19 May – Germany (location to be confirmed)
9 June – TBA
7/8 July- New York
28/29 July – Montreal