Formula E

2014 Formula E Championship: You need to know about the electric race!

AUTO - FORMULA E TESTS 2013
The new global electric racing series

Formula E is a new FIA championship featuring single-seater cars powered exclusively by electric energy. It represents a vision for the future of the motor industry over the coming decades, serving as a framework for R&D around the electric vehicle, accelerating general interest in these cars and promoting sustainability. Commencing in September 2014 through to June 2015, the championship will compete in the heart of 10 of the world’s leading cities – including Beijing, Los Angeles and London – racing around their iconic landmarks. For the inaugural season, 10 teams, each with two drivers, will go head-to-head creating a unique and exciting racing series designed to appeal to a new generation of motorsport fans.

Calendar:
R1 Beijing, People’s Republic of China – 13th September 2014
R2 Putrajaya, Malaysia – 18th October 2014
R3 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – 15th November 2014
R4 Punta del Este, Uruguay – 13th December 2014
R5 Buenos Aires, Argentina – 10th January 2015
R6 Los Angeles, USA – 14th February 2015
R7 Miami, USA – 14th March 2015
R8 Monte Carlo, Monaco – 9th May 2015
R9 Berlin, Germany – 30th May 2015
R10 London, UK – 27th June 2015
* All events remain subject to FIA Track Homologation

Overview: 10 international teams, each with two drivers. Each driver will have 2 cars.
Races will take place on 10 city-centre venues around the world
Circuits will be from 2.5km to 3 km in length
Cars will accelerate from 0- 100Km/h in 2.9 seconds, with a maximum speed of 225Km/h
The cars will still produce sound at around 80 decibels (more than a road car travelling at 70mph)

Event: Practice, qualifying and the race will all take place in one day (Saturday) in order to minimise disruption to the city.
Practice will last one hour with cars taking to the track as they please.
Qualifying will see cars taking to the track in groups in order to avoid congestion with each driver having a set number of laps in order to set their fastest time.
Races will be one hour in length with each driver required to make two mandatory pit stops to change cars. Tyres will not be changed.
Points will be awarded to the top 10 finishers in accordance with other FIA championships: 25, 18, 15, 12, 10, 8, 6, 4, 2, 1 (FIA)

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