The Berlin ePrix will once again be held at the Tempelhof Airport after local government forced the race out of the city centre earlier this year. The race, which is due to take place on the 10th of June, will run on a new circuit at the airport, which Formula E will announce “shortly”. The historic airport was the backdrop for the inaugural Berlin ePrix back in season one. Abt’s Lucas Di Grassi won the race on the track, but was later disqualified due to modifications on his front wing. When German government used the airport to house refugees, Formula E was moved to a city centre track for the season two visit to the country, but local governments argued it was too much of a burden on local residents due to traffic restrictions. Fans who have already bought grandstand tickets for the Karl-Marx-Allee circuit will be offered an alternative at the new track, and a special pit walk, when details have been confirmed. “Electromobility is the key to environmentally friendly transport in the cities of the 21st century, including Berlin,” said Mayor Michael Muller. “I am therefore delighted that Formula E continues to take place here. The event thrills motorsport fans and proves – in a spectacular way, in front of a special backdrop – the performance of this technology to a wide audience.” A second German ePrix could also be on the cards if the Brussels ePrix is dropped. Organisers are currently trying to find an alternative location for the Brussels race. For more Formula E news and discussions head over to the RaceDepartment Formula E sub forum and join in with your fellow community members. Are you happy to see the return of a Templehof Airport circuit or should Formula E stick to city centres? Let us know in the comments below!