|Zürich Street Circuit|
|Number of times held||1|
|Circuit length||2.465 km (1.532 mi)|
|Last race (2018)|
The Zürich ePrix is an annual race of the single-seater, electrically powered Formula E championship on the Zürich Street Circuit. It was one of three races to debut during the 2017–18 Formula E season. It was also the first race in Switzerland since 1954 thanks, in part, to an amendment to Swiss law in 2015 to allow electric motor racing. The 2018 race was sponsored by Julius Baer. Zürich was replaced with Bern as the Swiss venue on the schedule for the 2018–19 season.
|Edition||Track||Winner||Second||Third||Pole position||Fastest lap|
|2018||Zürich Street Circuit||Lucas di Grassi||Sam Bird||Jérôme d'Ambrosio||Mitch Evans||André Lotterer|
- Zurich added to revised Formula E calendar - FormulaSpy.com
- Formula E brings racing back to Switzerland after 60 years
- Julius Baer secures title sponsorship of Zurich ePrix - SportsPro Media
- Kalinauckas, Eric. "Bern announced as Formula E's 2018/19 calendar Swiss venue". Autosport. Retrieved 8 December 2018.