Video: what the Formula E Buenos Aires race track would look like

The FIA Formula E Championship revealed the venue for the Buenos Aires ePrix recently. The Argentine capital city hosts round four of the all-electric championship on January 10, 2015. Streets in the modern Puerto Madero district are included in the 2.44km anti-clockwise temporary and purpose built race track.

Fans are wondering how a street circuit would look like. An Argentine video artist, operating under the name of ‘Punto Simu’, has created a video.

“I think the main overtaking point will be into Turn 1 under braking, or maybe into T4 or even T5. T7 is a possible passing point too, so it does lend itself to some potential overtakes, but we’ll have to see when we get there”, says Mahindra’s Bruno Senna.

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