Marrakesh has returned to the FIA Formula E calendar in place of Hong Kong following publication of the new 2019/20 schedule.
Marrakesh has hosted three races, first held in 2016, but was missing off the initial calendar. There was speculation it could take the TBC slot in December, but this has now been removed from the calendar.
This removes one of the clashes with the World Endurance Championship.
Hong Kong, originally scheduled for an early March slot, has also been dropped from the schedule.
Saudi Arabia will open the season with a double header at the end of November while Santiago follows after a two-month break.
Mexico City then makes a return in mid-February before Marrakesh on February 29, 2020.
Rome and Paris kick off the European season before the inaugural Seoul and Jakarta E-Prix on May 3 and June 6 respectively
It means the Berlin E-Prix is now later in the season, on June 21, taking the original slot for the New York City race.
This has now been moved to July 11, introducing a clash with the Norisring DTM race, before a London double-header to close the season two weeks later.
|4||Mexico City*||Mexico|| February|
|12||New York City||USA|| July|