Formula E: Racing Calendar

Ad Diriyah, Saudi Arabia

Ad Diriyah, Saudi Arabia

When: December 15, 2018  

The ABB FIA Formula E Championship heads to Ad Diriyah, Saudi Arabia for the Season 5 opener, where all 22 Gen2 cars will race in anger for the first time.

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Ad Diriyah E-Prix

Marrakesh, Morocco

Marrakesh, Morocco

When: January 12, 2019
Number of turns: 12
Track length: 2.99km
Past winners: Sebastien Buemi (Season 3), Felix Rosenqvist (Season 4)
Qualifying record: 1:20.115 - Felix Rosenqvist (Season 4)
Lap record: 1:19.760 - Daniel Abt (Season 4)

The ABB FIA Formula E Championship returns to the streets of Marrakesh for the third time in Season 5.

The 2.99km circuit follows the form of the Circuit International Automobile Moulay El Hassan – named after the Crown Prince of Morocco – before spilling out onto the streets of Marrakesh's modern hotel district. Located alongside the centuries-old Marrakech Wall, the race takes place just a few minutes from the medina and world-famous souks.

Marrakesh E-Prix

Santiago, Chile

Santiago, Chile

When: January 26, 2019

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Santiago E-Prix

Mexico City, Mexico

Mexico City, Mexico

When: February 16, 2019
Number of turns: 17
Track length: 2.093km
Past winners: Lucas di Grassi (Season 3), Daniel Abt (Season 4)
Qualifying record: 01:01:645 - Felix Rosenqvist (Season 4)
Lap record: 1:01.158 - Lucas di Grassi (Season 4)

The 2.093km layout was created for the arrival of Formula E in 2016, making use of the existing Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez circuit. At over 2500m above sea level, the track is not only the highest in the Formula E calendar but also one of the highest in the world. Formula E returns to the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez in Mexico City for the 2019 Mexico City E-Prix.

Mexico City E-Prix

Hong Kong, China

Hong Kong, China

When: March 10, 2019
Number of turns: 10
Track length: 1.850km
Past winners: Sebastien Buemi (Season 3), Sam Bird (Season 4, Round 1), Felix Rosenqvist (Season 4, Round 2)
Qualifying record: 1:02.577 - Mitch Evans (Season 4)
Lap record: 1:02.577 - Mitch Evans (Season 4)

The ABB FIA Formula E Championship returns to Hong Kong's Harbourfront for another year.

The 1.850km circuit races around the streets of the Hong Kong's Central Harbourfront, with landmarks such as the International Finance Centre, Hong Kong Observation Wheel and Hong Kong City Hall providing a spectacular backdrop.

Hong Kong E-Prix

Sanya, China

Sanya, China

When: March 23, 2019

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Sanya E-Prix

Rome, Italy

Rome, Italy

When: April 13, 2019
Number of turns: 21
Track length: 2.84km
Past winners: Sam Bird
Qualifying record: 1:36.311 - Felix Rosenqvist (Season 4)
Lap record: 1:35.467 - Felix Rosenqvist (Season 4)

The ABB FIA Formula E Championship returns to the Italian capital for Round 7.

The Circuito Cittadino dell’EUR is 2.84km in length, with a total of 21 turns. The start/finish line is located on Via Cristoforo Colombo, with the cars racing around the Obelisco di Marconi, against the backdrop of the iconic Colosseo Quadrato.

Rome E-Prix

Paris, France

Paris, France

When: April 27, 2019
Number of turns: 14
Track length: 1.9km
Past winners: Sebastien Buemi (Season 3), Jean-Eric Vergne (Season 4)
Qualifying record: 1:01.144 - Jean-Eric Vergne (Season 4)
Lap record: 1:00.881 - Lucas di Grassi (Season 4)

The ABB FIA Formula E Championship returns to Paris.

Paris – The City of Light – is one of the most famous in the world. France is the country where motorsport as we know it today was created and the city itself is part of that history. At just 1.9 kilometres, the track is the shortest in the calendar. The race takes place around the historic Les Invalides complex, where the crowd will have plenty of local heroes to cheer on.

Paris E-Prix

Monaco, Monaco

Monaco, Monaco

When: May 11, 2019
Full circuit details to be announced shortly.
Past winners: Sebastien Buemi (Season 1), Sebastien Buemi (Season 3)
Qualifying record: 0:53.286 - Jean-Eric Vergne (Season 3)
Lap record: 0:52.729 - Sebastien Buemi (Season 3)

The ABB FIA Formula E Championship returns to the streets of Monaco for Round 9 of Season 5.

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Monaco E-Prix

Berlin, Germany

Berlin, Germany

When: May 25, 2019
Number of turns: 10
Track length: 2.375km
Past winners: Sebastien Buemi (Season 2), Sebastien Buemi (Season 3, Round 1), Felix Rosenqvist (Season 3, Round 2), Daniel Abt (Season 4)
Qualifying record: 1:09.472 - Daniel Abt
Lap record: 1:09.438 - Jean-Eric Vergne

The ABB FIA Formula E Championship returns to Berlin.

Taking place on the bespoke circuit on the iconic apron section of Tempelhof Airport, Round 10 of the championship will be the fifth time Formula E has raced in the city.

Berlin E-Prix

Bern E-Prix

Bern E-Prix

When: June 22nd 2019

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Bern E-Prix

New York, USA

New York, USA

When: July 13-14, 2019
Number of turns: 14
Track length: 2.373km
Past winners: Sam Bird (Season 3, Rounds 1 & 2), Lucas di Grassi (Season 4, Round 1), Jean-Eric Vergne (Season 4, Round 2)
Qualifying record: 1:13.911 - Sebastien Buemi
Lap record: 1:13.207 - Mitch Evans

The ABB FIA Formula E Championship returns to New York City.

Racing returns to the neighbourhood of Red Hook, Brooklyn for the third year running. Featuring stunning views of the iconic Manhattan skyline and the Statue of Liberty, the waterfront location will host the double-header season finale, bringing Season 5 of the ABB FIA Formula E Championship to a close, where a new champion will be crowned.

New York E-Prix