The new electric motor racing championship will hold a race in Moscow this year, it has been confirmed.
The Russian capital will host the penultimate ninth round of the inaugural season of Formula E on the streets adjacent to the Kremlin.
It will take place on 6th June following which the championship will end in London’s Battersea Park on 27th June.
Alejandro Agag, Formula E CEO said: “Russia’s automotive market is steadily growing as is its electric vehicle industry and I am confident that Formula E will help to promote the concept of sustainable mobility in this country.”
The world’s first all-electric racing series started in Beijing last year with 10 teams.