The agreement means that the all-electric racing series’ Swiss leg will remain on its calendar until 2027.
The move comes ahead of the inaugural Zurich ePrix on 10th June, which will mark the first time a motorsport event has been held in Switzerland in 60 years.
“This supports the continuity for Formula E in our country,” added Pascal Derron, chief executive of the Swiss E-Prix Operations AG, which holds the Swiss license. “Switzerland stands for innovation, precision and building services. This is also an important sign for our partner, with whom we will be able to operate the Julius Baer Zurich ePrix 2018.”
Formula E returns for the sixth round of its 2018 season next weekend, when the series heads to Uruguay for the Punta del Este ePrix.