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Berlin-Tempelhof

Tempelhof was an operational airport from 1923 until it closed in 2008.

Country
Germany
Location
Flughafen Berlin-Tempelhof, Berlin
Latest Race

Tempelhof was an operational airport from 1923 until it closed in 2008. When Berlin was named as a venue for the new Formula E electric single-seater championship, it decided to stage the race on Tempelhof’s flat expanse rather than stage a street race. A twisting 17-turn layout was designed by Rodrigo Nunes in the shadow of the vast terminal building that dates back to 1927. The first Berlin ePrix in 2015 was a controversial affair for winner Lucas di Grassi failed scrutineering. Used as a temporary refugee camp, racing returned to Tempelhof in 2017 on a revised and less tortuous layout. A permanent fixture for the next two years, Tempelhof was chosen as venue for the last six rounds (on three different configurations) of the coronavirus-effected 2019/20 season.

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Type

Temporary road course

Length

1.534 (Miles)

Description

Fastest Race Lap

Jarno Trulli (Spark SRT_01E-Renault), 1m21.547, 67.721 mph, Formula E, 2015

Fastest Qualifying Lap

Nelson Angelo Piquet (Spark SRT_01E-Renault), 1m24.435, 65.404 mph, Formula E, 2015

Type

Temporary road course

Length

1.415 (Miles)

Description

New layout

Fastest Race Lap

Sam Bird (Virgin DSV02), 1m07.805, 75.127mph, Formula E, 2017

Fastest Qualifying Lap

Maro Engel (Venturi VM200-FE02), 1m09.509, 73.285mph, Formula E, 2017

Type

Temporary road course

Length

1.398 (Miles)

Description

Turn 6 and pitlane modified

Fastest Race Lap

Jean-Eric Vergne (DS E-Tense FE20), 1m06.107, 76.131 mph, Formula E, 2020

Fastest Qualifying Lap

Mitch Evans (Jaguar I-type 4), 1m08.350, 73.633 mph, Formula E, 2020

Extended Course

2020

Type

Temporary road course

Length

1.557 (Miles)

Description

Modified course with extended northeastern section

Fastest Race Lap

Stoffel Vandoorne (Mercedes EQ Silver Arrow 01), 1m15.468, 74.273mph, Formula E, 2020

Fastest Qualifying Lap

Lucas di Grassi (Audi e-tron FE06), 1m17.232, 72.576 mph, Formula E, 2020

Reversed Course

2020

Type

Temporary road course

Length

1.398 (Miles)

Description

Direction of racing reversed to clockwise

Fastest Race Lap

Antonio Felix da Costa (DS E-Tense FE20), 1m06.442, 75.747mph, Formula E, 2020

Fastest Qualifying Lap

Stoffel Vandoorne (Mercedes EQ Silver Arrow 01), 1m08.635, 73.327mph, Formula E, 2020

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