The Berlin ePrix will return to the historic Tempelhof Airport for the 2017 race, with a revised version of the track set to be released soon. The race will take place on June 10th.
Following consultation with the Berlin authorities who were adamant that the event remain in Germany's capital, the race will host round seven of the 2016/17 Formula E world championship.
The governing mayor of Berlin, Michael Müller said: “Motorsport with electric motors is an advertisement for innovative technologies and sustainable urban mobility. Electromobility is the key to environmentally friendly transport in the cities of the 21st century, including Berlin.
"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.”
Formula E fans who have already purchased a ticket for the original Karl-Marx-Allee circuit will be given a seat in Grandstand 1 at Berlin, plus a special track walk. Ticketmaster Germany will contact all ticket holders in due course.