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Formula E Unveils Layout Of Berlin Track Located At Former Tempelhof Airport

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 03 / 28 / 17

A "new track layout" to be used for the Berlin ePrix doubleheader at the former Tempelhof airport has been revealed by Formula E, according to Sam Smith of MOTORSPORT. The circuit has been "slightly shortened and simplified" compared to the layout used in May '15, before the race was transferre...

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