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Formula E: There could still be ten rounds in the championship

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Formula E have confirmed that there will not be a race on February 14 but there could be one later in the season in order to make up ten rounds.

There has been a lot of speculation as to who will hold the race. We previously brought you information that Atlanta will be in the running for the slot in February, but according to our sources it seems that the two parties are trying to agree a deal for the second season. However, Vancouver could still be in the running. 

Agag admission

Alejandro Agag - the promoter of the Formula E series - said in a press release:” We tried our best to get a venue for the race on February 14, but the organisers felt they did not have enough time to prepare for the event. Therefore we are trying to talk to a number of cities about hosting a race for next season and later this season.”

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Double header

Agag also said that the final two races in Berlin and London could become a double header in order to keep the excitement levels up as we reach the end of the season.

We believe a number of cities are on the agenda of hosting a race in season two, as well as the final spot on this year's calendar such as Vancouver, Atlanta and Paris.

It will be interesting to see how many new races are added to the calendar or the 2015-2016 season and when the tenth race will be announced.

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