2024 Tokyo E-Prix - ABB FIA Formula E World Championship

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Nick Cassidy

Perspective is everything. Nick Cassidy lost the lead of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship in the inaugural Tokyo E-Prix, yet the Jaguar TCS Racing driver also limited the damage admirably with a stirring recovery drive that earned him the ABB Driver of Progress Award with 12 moves.

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Tokyo Street Circuit

The challenging 18-turn, 2.582km street circuit will surround the Tokyo International Exhibition Centre – the largest venue in Japan also known as Tokyo Big Sight. It's a challenging layout that includes three notable straights, technical sequences of tight corners, and high-speed combinations set against the stunning Tokyo metropolis backdrop.

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Formula E is coming to Tokyo

The future of motorsport is coming to the modern metropolis of Tokyo. All-electric racing makes its first visit to the streets around the Tokyo Big Sight convention centre on the Tokyo Bay waterfront in March. Get ready to strap in for high-speed, electrified racing and wheel-to-wheel action in the fastest, lightest, most powerful, and efficient electric race car ever built.

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NOA live at the Tokyo E-Prix

The excitement isn't just on the track as NOA takes to the stage in the Allianz Fan Village. The Japanese singing sensation performs a hometown show ahead of the 2024 Tokyo E-Prix with hits from his debut album 'NO.A'.

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Allianz Fan Village
Formula E’s festival free for all!

Missed out on grandstand tickets? Join us in the Allianz Fan Village free of charge. It’s Formula E's immersive fan festival at the heart of every E-Prix. It's a full-day's worth of entertainment, exploration and innovation just waiting for you.

There's plenty of excitement away from the racing action with entertainment throughout the day. Test your Formula E skills on the simulator, be wowed by thrilling performances and find your groove with live music, alongside much more to keep your race experience fully charged.

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Pókemon comes to Formula E!

Pikachu and friends will be at the 2024 Tokyo E-Prix, as the Pokémon adventure joins the thrill of all-electric motorsport. Fans of all ages will be able to enjoy the Pokémon fun in the Allianz Fan Village with a variety of activities throughout the race day, make to catch em all!

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Full day of entertainment
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    Live Music
    Make some moves off the track with live music and much more, there will be plenty of performances to keep you entertained throughout the day.
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    Gaming Arena
    Think you’ve got what it takes? Compete on racing simulators in the Gaming Arena and set your best time on a virtual version of the real circuit!
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    Autograph session
    Collect autographs from the stars of Formula E and meet your all-electric racing heroes.
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    Kids' area
    A full day of exploration packed full of activities to challenge the imagination of younger fans, encouraging their curiosity around innovation and sustainability.
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    Gotta Catch 'Em All!
    The Pikachu are coming to the Kids Zone! See your favourite Pokémon on the e-kart circuit and more at the Tokyo E-Prix.
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    Stay charged in the food court
    A wide range of food and beverage options, bringing you the best of the local flavours.
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    Roaming entertainment
    There's plenty of action away from the track with a variety of performances around the event.
Volunteer at Formula E

Join the planet's favourite motorsport and volunteer with us, it's a chance to learn new skills, meet new people and be part of sport that is racing towards a cleaner future.

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FORMULA E FIA GIRLS ON TRACK

Are you aged between 12 and 18? Mad about motorsports? Want a first-hand insight into the racing world? Then FIA Girls on Track is looking for you, join Formula E in Tokyo to get the inside line on a future career in motorsports.

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Allianz Fan Village

Alongside all the action on track, you can expect even more excitement in the Allianz Fan Village - Formula E's immersive fan festival at the heart of every E-Prix. It's a full-day's worth of entertainment, exploration and innovation just waiting for you.
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    07:30 - 08:00
    Free Practice 1
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    09:00
    Allianz Fan Village Open
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    09:00
    Place D'Armes Fan Area Open
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    BMX Champions Display (Allianz Fan Village)
  • Marie Electra
    09:00
    Marie Electra Live Act (Allianz Fan Village)
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    09:10 - 09:40
    Free Practice 2
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    09:50 - 10:30
    DJ Ryan Arnold Live Act (Allianz Fan Village)
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    10:10 - 10:25
    Drivers' Meet & Greet* (DS-PENSKE) *Winners to be selected from competition running on giant screens across the track from 7am
  • Monaco Event Qualifying
    10:40 - 12:03
    Qualifying
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    12:15
    Fresh 'n' Clean Dance Act (Allianz Fan Village)
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    12:30 - 13:00
    Pit Lane Autograph Session
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    Driver Q&A
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    13:30
    Sully Live Performance (Allianz Fan Village)
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    13:45 - 14:00
    Gen3 EVO Demo Laps
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    Race
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    Podium Ceremony
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    BMX Champions Display (Allianz Fan Village)
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    Marie Electra X Fresh 'n' Clean Collaboration Act (Allianz Fan Village)
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    17:45
    Sully & Band Live Act (Allianz Fan Village)
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    Place D'Armes Fan Area Close
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    DJ Ryan Arnold Live Act (Allianz Fan Village)
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    Allianz Fan Village Close
Location

Tokyo welcomes the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship as the all-electric racing series heads to Japan for the first time in 2024 with a race around the Big Sight convention centre in Ariake on the Tokyo Bay waterfront.

Address: Tokyo Big Sight, 3-11-1 Ariake, Koto-Ku, Tokyo, Japan, 135-0063

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Getting to the circuit

By BRT / bus

The BRT bus route stops at Kokusai-Tenjijo Station, which is approximately a 7 minutes' walk from Tokyo Big Sight. More information can be found here: https://tokyo-brt.co.jp.e.ald.hp.transer.com/.

Please refer to the bus / BRT websites for timetables as there may be changes and delays caused by surrounding road closures.

By train

It is recommended that all visitors to the race arrives by train. Tokyo Big Sight is approximately a 7 minutes walk from Kokusai-Tenjijo Station on the Rinkai line and the Yurikamome line will stop directly outside the Tokyo Big Sight entrance.

By car

It is not recommended to arrive at the event by car. Parking at Tokyo Big Sight is not available for this event.

By taxi/ uber

It is not recommended to arrive at the event by taxi/Uber. There will be no dedicated taxi/Uber drop off at Tokyo Big Sight for this event.

By air

Tokyo Big Sight is around 60 minutes from Narita International Airport and around 25 minutes from Haneda Airport by airport bus or train.

By water bus

Tokyo Big Sight is approximately a 2 minute walk the Ariake Terminal. Please refer to the Toyko Cruise website for the water bus timetable: https://www.suijobus.co.jp/en/

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Venue Map

Download the map to find your way around the venue.

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Security

On entry to the venue there will be a security search and bag check for all event attendees.

All event attendees should be aware of the prohibited items that cannot be brought into the venue. All attendees are responsible for their possessions for the duration of their time at the venue.

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Tickets

Tickets for the 2024 Tokyo E-Prix are now sold out, the race will be available to watch on various broadcast channels in your location.
Category A

Secure a reserved seat in and choose a spot down the start/finish straight, with views into the first turn to see all the out-braking manoeuvres or near the final corner to see the run to the finish line. With live race commentary and giant screen views, you won't miss a moment of the action.

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Category B

Witness the drivers tackle the technical run out of Turn 2 and around the loop from Turn 3 to Turn 5. Take in all the action from a reserved seat in a grandstand, with a giant screen and live commentary you can follow the full lap so you don't miss a moment of racing action.

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Category C

Reserve your grandstand seat and see one of the fastest parts of the circuit as the drivers accelerate out of Turn 8 and towards the fast right-hander at Turn 9. You won't miss a moment of the action with a giant screen and live commentary to keep you updated.

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Category A+

Secure a reserved seat in and choose a spot down the start/finish straight, with views into the first turn to see all the out-braking manoeuvres or near the final corner to see the run to the finish line. With live race commentary and giant screen views, you won't miss a moment of the action.

With Category A+ get fast-track entry into the Tokyo E-Prix, alongside VIP access to the Gaming Arena and an exclusive VIP viewing area for all the entertainment and the celebration on the podium. There's also entry to the Recharge seating area, along with a bento box and two drinks.

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Category B+

Witness the drivers tackle the technical run out of Turn 2 and around the loop from Turn 3 to Turn 5. Take in all the action from a reserved seat in a grandstand, with a giant screen and live commentary you can follow the full lap so you don't miss a moment of racing action.

With Category B+ get fast-track entry into the Tokyo E-Prix, alongside VIP access to the Gaming Arena and an exclusive VIP viewing area for all the entertainment and the celebration on the podium. There's also entry to the Recharge seating area, along with a bento box and two drinks.

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Category D+ (standing)

Watch the racing thrills within the Allianz Fan Village, where you can stand and follow all the action around the challenging Tokyo Street Circuit.

With Category D+ get fast-track entry into the Tokyo E-Prix, alongside VIP access to the Gaming Arena and an exclusive VIP viewing area for all the entertainment and the celebration on the podium. There's also entry to the Recharge seating area, along with a bento box and two drinks.

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