We travel to Morocco next weekend for the fifth round of the 2019/20 ABB FIA Formula E Championship season. The Circuit International Automobile Moulay El Hassan, which is the host venue for the 2020 Marrakech E-Prix, is named after the Crown Prince of Morocco. At 2,971 metres in length, it is a combination of permanent race track and public roads. The circuit features seven left-hand and five right-hand corners and offers several good overtaking opportunities. All in all, it counts as one of the races on the current calendar where spectators will see the most overtaking manoeuvres.
A key factor in Marrakesh is energy management, on which the circuit places high demands. 57 percent of each lap is driven at full throttle, which usually results in relatively high energy consumption. For this reason, the drivers have to be even more efficient with the amount of energy available to them. Consequently, the judicious use of Attack Mode will have a significant impact on the outcome.