We brought the racing spectacle right into the city centre. The Julius Baer Zurich E-Prix’s temporary city circuit was 2.46 kilometres long and run along the lake promenade, through the banking quarter and Zurich city centre.
The drivers set off from the Mythenquai at Enge harbour. They then accelerated on the long straights alongside the pit lane, able to reach speeds of up to 220 km/h. The course then took a right behind the Arboretum into General-Guisan-Quai, followed by a 90-degree left turn, after which the course continues along the Stockerstrasse. After taking another two 90-degree left turns, the course then went along Dreikönigstrasse and Genferstrasse. The course then turned right into Gotthardstrasse and then took another left into Alfred-Escher-Strasse, which was the back-straight taking drivers back to the Enge harbour.
The temporary Formula E race track had eleven corners and was littered with challenges like the hairpin bend, several tight corners, wide and narrow sections as well as two high-speed sections and a chicane.