Getty ImagesTempelhof Airport to host three Formula E double-headers in AugustLPGA to restart on 31st July in OhioProposed IPL dates depend on ICC T20 World Cup being movedFormula E, the all-electric racing series, has announced that it will complete its 2019/20 season with six behind-closed-door races taking place across just nine days in Berlin. The International Automobile Federation (FIA) has given the green light for the site of the German capital’s former Tempelhof Airport to host three double-headers, starting from 5th and 6th August. Subsequent races will then be held on 8th and 9th August before the season reaches its conclusion with a pair of showdowns on 12th and 13th August. Formula E completed five races before its sixth season was put on hold in March due to the coronavirus pandemic. Safety measures being implemented for its return will see only essential staff and drivers travel to the event, while coronavirus testing will be carried out prior to the races in addition to on-site screening every day upon arrival at the track. Why Formula E’s Envision Virgin Racing are making sustainability their top priorityIn line with German government guidelines, a maximum of 1,000 people will be allowed on site at any given time, including local suppliers and medical crews.
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