Formula E: Racing Calendar

Hong Kong

Hong Kong

When: December 2nd-3rd 2017
Track length: 1.86km
No. of turns: 10
Season 3 Winner: Sebastien Buemi
Season 3 Lap record: Felix Rosenqvist - 1:02.947

The Season 4 opening race is the Hong Kong central harbour front circuit, which is returning to the FIA Formula E championship for the second year running. Featuring one of the shortest tracks in the season and several overtaking points, Hong Kong promises to be an intense battle for the podium. The only Asian race in the Season 4 calendar will take place on the central part of Hong Kong island, one of the most densely populated districts in the world.

Round 2: Hong Kong race report

Round 1: Hong Kong race report

Marrakesh

Marrakesh

When: January 13th 2018
Track length: 2.97km
No. of turns: 14
Season 3 Winner: Sebastien Buemi
Season 3 Lap record: Loïc Duval - 1:22.600

The second race of the Season, at the Circuit International Automobile Moulay El Hassan in Marrakesh is the season’s only African race. The longest track of the season, the Marrakesh circuit features several relatively long straights, facilitating high speeds approaching 200km/h. This, in combination with the presence of several tight chicanes, means that energy management will be a huge consideration for all of the teams in Marrakesh.

Marrakesh E-Prix

Santiago

Santiago

When: February 3rd 2018
Track length: 2.47km
No. of turns: 12
Season 3 Winner: None
Season 3 Lap record: None

Santiago in Chile is a new addition to the Formula E championship for the Season 4 calendar. With an iconic skyline dominated by Gran Torre Santiago, the tallest building in South America, the circuit has great potential to be breath-taking. The Santiago race kicks off the Latin American leg of the season, with Mexico and Brazil to follow in March as the Formula E season reaches its midpoint.

Santiago E-Prix

Mexico City

Mexico City

When: March 3rd 2018
Track length: 2.09km
No. of turns: 18
Season 3 Winner: Lucas Di Grassi
Season 3 Lap record: Sebastien Buemi - 1:03.102

Famous as the home of the Formula One Mexican grand prix as well as the “6 hours of Mexico” FIA world endurance championship event, the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez racetrack in Mexico City is returning to Formula E for the second time on March 3rd 2018. With the highest number of turns of the circuits announced so far, in only 2.09km of racetrack, the Mexico City ePrix promises to be an exciting technical circuit to continue the Latin American leg of the season.

Mexico City E-Prix

Punta del Este

Punta del Este

When: March 17th 2018
Track length: 2.79km
No. of turns: 20
Season 2 Winner: Sebastien Buemi     
Season 2 Lap record: Sebastien Buemi - 1:17.413

Punta del Este, a coastal town in Southern Uruguay, is hosting the FIA Formula E championship for a third time this spring. The track hugs the beach for over a kilometer along the magnificent Atlantic coastline before twisting back on itself to the finish line. With a total of 20 turns to navigate, this exciting track is not for the faint-hearted, and we are likely to see the same fierce competition with bumper to bumper racing here again in Season 4.

Punta del Este E-Prix

Rome

Rome

When: April 14th 2018
Track length: 2.84km
No. of turns: 12
Season 3 Winner: None
Season 3 Lap record: None

One of the most iconic and historic cities in the world, Rome is no stranger to motorsport, having housed the Rome Grand Prix through to 1991. Now, high profile motorsport comes back to Rome with the FIA Formula E championship. The final circuit location is yet to be announced, but it could take the Formula E drivers hurtling past some of the most famous landmarks in the world, from the pantheon to the colosseum.

Rome E-Prix

Paris

Paris

When: April 28th 2018
Track length: 1.93km
No. of turns: 14
Season 3 Winner: Sebastien Buemi
Season 3 Lap record: Sam Bird - 1:02.422

In the heart of the city of love, the Formula E racing teams will go head to head for the second time in April 2018. With the magnificent Eiffel tower in the background, and encompassing the historical Les Invalides, the Circuit des Invalides has possibly the most impressive setting of any Formula E race. The track has some quick areas, principally the two straights and some fast corners, as well as some really tight slow corners. This contrast has ensured lots of thrilling overtaking action in the last two seasons, and likely will again in Season 4.

Paris E-Prix

Berlin

Berlin

When: May 19th 2018
Track length: 2.27km
No. of turns: 10
Season 3 Winner: Felix Rosenqvist, Sebastien Buemi
Season 3 Lap record: Mitch Evans - 1:10.224, M Engel - 1:09.509

The Berlin ePrix is back on the racing calendar again for the fourth time running in season 4. The track returns to its original location at Tempelhof airport, but this year with a redesigned circuit layout. Two long straights provide great opportunity for overtaking and it is expected that Berlin will be a fast race. The airfield track surface also provides interesting dynamics compared to the surfaces at the other ePrixs. 

Berlin E-Prix

Zurich

Zurich

When:  June 10th 2018
Track length: TBC
No. of turns: TBC
Season 3 Winner: None
Season 3 Lap record: None

The FIA Formula E championship makes its way to Zurich for the first time this season. This is a historic event, as it is the first major formula race to take place in Switzerland since circuit racing was banned in the country in 1955, following the Le Mans disaster of that year. A change in the law allowing all-electric racing has paved the way for Formula E to take to the streets in Zurich again.

Zurich E-Prix

New York City

New York City

When: July 14th-15th 2018
Track length: 1.95km
No. of turns: 10
Season 3 Winner: Sam Bird
Season 3 Lap record: Maro Engel - 1:03.883, Daniel Abt - 1:03.898

The Brooklyn street circuit in New York city takes place on the waterfront, just across from the watchful gaze of the Statue of Liberty on Liberty Island. The Manhattan skyline and Brooklyn bridge dominate the view in the penultimate race of Season 4, on a track that has been described as one of the more difficult circuits in Formula E. This penultimate race is a double header, meaning New York may well be make or break for the top teams in the running for the championship title.

New York E-Prix