2020 Paris E-Prix

18 Apr 2020

The ABB FIA Formula E Championship returns to Les Invalides in the heart of Paris. Watch 24 cars rip around charming cobbled streets, cafes and iconic architecture as they battle for the win. This ain't no love story, this is Formula E.

Paris E-Prix

TRack info

Paris - the City of Light - romance capital of the world and birthplace of motorsport as we know it today. But for us, it's the second round in the voestalpine European races - a 1.9km inner-city battleground and the only home race for our two-time champion Jean-Eric Vergne. While Paris might be the shortest track in the calendar, it's far from the easiest.

Circuit des Invalides

Taking place around the historic Les Invalides complex, all 24 cars and drivers will head off towards Place Vauban, directly behind the iconic golden dome - home to Napoleon's tomb.

From there, the drivers head back towards the Seine river before navigating their way through a technical section directly in front of the complex. Finally, after snaking through Turns 12, 13 and 14, it's back over the start/finish line.

Track map for the 2020 Paris E-Prix

Lap record

Nick Heidfeld, Mahindra Racing (2016) - 1.02.323

Previous winners

2019 - Robin Frijns, Envision Virgin Racing
2018 - Jean-Eric Vergne, Techeetah
2017 - Sebastien Buemi, Renault e.dams
2016 - Lucas di Grassi, Audi Sport ABT

2019 Paris E-Prix

The 2019 Paris E-Prix was an historic affair as the first wet race since Formula E's inception.
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