The World Motorsport Council approved an 11 race calendar for 2015/16's Formula E season. So far, it looks like a lot of familiar tracks will be making a return, along with some new ones. RoundDateLocation117 Oct 2015Beijing, China27 Nov 2015Putrajaya, Malaysia319 Dec 2015Punta del Este, Uruguay (tbc)46 Feb 2016Buenos Aires, Argentina (tbc)519 Mar 2016tbc62 Apr 2016Long Beach, US723 Apr 2016Paris, France821 May 2016Berlin, Germany94 Jun 2016Moscow, Russia10, 11tbcLondon, UKWill Berlin Tempelhof be rearranged into an all-new circuit for this year, or will it be the same as last year? That remains to be seen. They've got plenty of time to work on it. The double-header in London is speculated to be in Battersea Park again. Hopefully this time around, they'll be on top of the oddities of turn 1, and will set it up right according to the FIA's revised homologation from the last race. In other Formula E news, Formula E champs will now be eligible for Super Licenses. This is great news for the young racing series, and shows it really is being taken seriously.