The 2019/20 ABB FIA Formula E Championship will
race in 12 of the world’s leading cities, including three new locations
- Seoul, Jakarta and London.
The busiest season yet in the short history of
Formula E was formally approved following the FIA World Motor
Sport Council (WMSC) meeting in Cologne, Germany last week.
The Diriyah E-Prix kicks off the season once
again on 22-23 November, with the MercedesBenz EQ and TAG Heuer
Porsche teams making their much-anticipated arrival to complete a
full 24-car grid for the first time in Formula E.
move to South and Central America for the Antofagasta Minerals
Santiago E-Prix (18 January 2020) and CBMM Niobium Mexico City EPrix
(15 February), with the Marrakesh E-Prix replacing Hong Kong -
where increasingly violent protests continue to damage the SAR's
image, economy and reputation - for
round five of the 2019/20 calendar.
Sanya fills the last free slot, with another
scorcher around Haitang Bay for round six on 21 March.
The voestalpine European races return for season six, starting with
the third running of the Rome E-Prix on 4 April, followed by the
Paris E-Prix in the French capital against the stunning backdrop of the
Eiffel Tower on 18 April.
The ABB FIA Formula E Championship touches down
in South Korea for the first time on 3 May for the Seoul E-Prix,
ahead of the most recent race to be announced - the inaugural
Jakarta E-Prix - taking place on 6 June.
Being the only city to have featured in each
season of the ABB FIA Formula E Championship, the BMW i Berlin
E-Prix presented by CBMM Niobium will once again be held at the
historic Tempelhof Airport on 21 June, where all four German
manufacturers go wheel-to-wheel for the first time in front of
their home crowd.
Two weeks later, Formula E crosses the Atlantic
to the Big Apple for the penultimate event of the season in New
The voestalpine European races and the 2019/20
ABB FIA Formula E Championship come to a conclusion in London
across a two-day season finale showdown at ExCeL London on 25-26 July