The FIA Formula E Championship is set to reveal new details about season two and future calendars. The all-electric championship has yet to fill the gap in March, is likely to add an additional event and is in discussions with new cities for season three. ElectricAutosport.com made accurate predictions earlier which are believed to be confirmed in the coming months.

Mexico City is a likely candidate to be included in March of this season. Motorsport.com believes that the race at a modified ‘street circuit style’ Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez will take place on March 12, one week earlier than anticipated.

In addition to that, the Lugano ePrix is very likely to be included on May 7 between the races of Paris and Berlin. London is set to host the race at Battersea Park on 2/3 July to avoid a clash with the British Formula 1 Grand Prix.

For future seasons, ElectricAutosport.com understands that an announcement of the Hong Kong ePrix in season three is imminent and the announcement could take place as early as next month. In contrary to the first two seasons, the start of championship might take place in North America before it travels to Asia.

Agag told Motorsport.com: “Probably the first race in season three will be Montreal, and then we go to Asia where we have had very good conversations with Hong Kong, but nothing is announced yet.

“We are talking to two cities in Australia, which will bolt on to the Asian leg at the end of the year. Then we plan to go from Australia to South America.”

ElectricAutosport.com understands that Sydney and Adelaide are believed to be the two cities Agag is talking to. Formula E also aims to race in Tokyo and is also still in talks with New York, as Motorsport.com reported. But these two cities are believed to be classified as ‘long-term projects’.

Check here to see the current Formula E calendar for season two.

VIAMotorsport.com and own sources
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Tim is co-founder of ElectricAutosport.com and works in international motorsport. He found his passion for sustainable racing by joining world's first competition for hydrogen electric vehicles in 2008. He does not doubt on the possibility of a break through of electric racing. And that deserves a platform to keep up to date and to interact. Tim operates on behalf of Formula Blue Media.

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