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Zurich

International circuit racing returned to Switzerland for the first time since 1955 when Formula E visited Zürich in June 2018.

Country
Switzerland
Location
Zurich
Latest Race
First Race

International circuit racing returned to Switzerland for the first time since 1955 when Formula E visited Zürich in June 2018. Rather than employ an established circuit designer, layout for the temporary 1.529-mile street circuit was chosen by local councillor Roger Tognella with help from his son and Google Earth. It ran through the city centre and banking district with starting straight and temporary pits (designed to look like Swiss chalets) alongside Lake Zürich. A large crowd saw Lucas di Grassi win for Audi but the 2019 event was cancelled and moved to Bern due to clashing dates with two local festivals.

Circuit

2018

Type

Temporary street circuit

Length

1.529 (Miles)

Fastest Race Lap

Andre Lotterer (Renault ZE17), 1m14.730, 73.657 mph, Formula E, 2018

Fastest Qualifying Lap

Mitch Evans (Jaguar I-type 2), 1m12.594, 75.824 mph, Formula E, 2018

Latest Races

3,174

Championships

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15,683

Results

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16,132

Drivers

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9,358

Teams

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865

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