The Ultimate Guide to the Formula E Calendar: A Look at the History, Evolution and Future of the Championship

The Formula E Championship is a relatively new motorsport event, but it has quickly become one of the most popular and exciting series in the world. Since its inception in 2014, the championship has undergone significant changes, with new teams, drivers, and venues joining the calendar every season. In this guide, we’ll provide you with an overview of the Formula E calendar, including its history, evolution, and future.

The History of the Formula E Calendar

The Formula E Championship was launched in 2014, with the inaugural race taking place in Beijing, China. The first season featured 10 races across some of the world’s most iconic cities, including London, Paris, and Miami. The calendar has grown significantly since then, with the number of races increasing every season.

The Evolution of the Formula E Calendar

The Formula E calendar has undergone significant changes since the championship’s inception. One of the most significant changes was the introduction of the new Gen2 car, which has a longer battery life and higher power output than its predecessor. This change has allowed drivers to complete entire races without the need for a mid-race car swap.

The calendar has also seen new cities and venues join the championship every season, with races now taking place in cities such as Seoul, Monaco, and Vancouver. In addition, the championship has welcomed new teams and drivers every season, adding to the excitement and unpredictability of the races.

The Future of the Formula E Calendar

The Formula E Championship is committed to sustainability and innovation, with the calendar evolving every season to reflect this commitment. In the coming years, the championship is expected to introduce new technologies, such as wireless charging, and to continue expanding to new cities and countries.

In addition, the championship is exploring new formats for the races, including the introduction of night races and different types of tracks. This experimentation will ensure that the championship remains at the forefront of motorsport innovation and offers fans an unparalleled racing experience.

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Formula E calendar

  • 03/16/2024 - 12:00 am UTC Formula E São Paulo
    São Paulo Street Circuit
  • 03/30/2024 - 12:00 am UTC Formula E Tokyo
    Tokyo Street Circuit
  • 04/13/2024 - 12:00 am UTC Formula E Misano
    Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli
  • 04/14/2024 - 12:00 am UTC Formula E Misano
    Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli
  • 04/27/2024 - 12:00 am UTC Formula E Monaco
    Circuit de Monaco
  • 05/11/2024 - 12:00 am UTC Formula E Berlin
    Berlin Tempelhof Airport
  • 05/12/2024 - 12:00 am UTC Formula E Berlin
    Berlin Tempelhof Airport
  • 05/25/2024 - 12:00 am UTC Formula E Shanghai
    Shanghai International Circuit
  • 05/26/2024 - 12:00 am UTC Formula E Shanghai
    Shanghai International Circuit
  • 06/29/2024 - 12:00 am UTC Formula E Portland
    Portland International Raceway
  • 06/30/2024 - 12:00 am UTC Formula E Portland
    Portland International Raceway
  • 07/20/2024 - 12:00 am UTC Formula E London
    ExCeL_London
  • 07/21/2024 - 12:00 am UTC Formula E London
    ExCeL_London