- Extreme E will race in Scotland for the first time
- Round four undecided, will race in Brazil or the US
- Date for the season finale is not yet concluded
Sport for purpose championship Extreme E has unveiled its 2023 calendar, but there are still aspects to be finalised.
Round four, which will take place from 16th to 17th September, currently does not have a set destination. Either Brazil or the US will be hosting its first race, with Extreme E as of yet unable to race in the Amazon due to the country's Covid restrictions.
Aspects of the finale have also not been concluded, with no date set for Chile to host the conclusion of next year's championship.
The all-electric off-road series will race in Scotland for the first time from 13th to 14th May, and it makes its third visit to Sardinia in Italy from 8th to 9th July.
The season opener will once again be hosted in Saudi Arabia, with the season commencing from 11th to 12th March.
“We have had two spectacular seasons of Extreme E so far and the third promises to be even more thrilling,” said Alejandro Agag, chief executive and founder of Extreme E.
“All of us here at Extreme E are looking forward to revisiting some of the amazing race locations we have visited so far, and to build on the impacts we have made in those areas and further develop our vital legacy programmes as we continue to raise awareness of the climate crisis.
“I am proud to see the positive impact our electric series has had and to see what more we can bring to the communities there.
“It is also extremely exciting to potentially add a race in the USA or Brazil to our global championship, while returning to the UK, the birthplace of top level motor racing, is fitting. We cannot wait for the 2023 campaign to begin as the race for the planet continues.”