This is Formula E

Witness the future of motorsport, now

Welcome to the ABB FIA Formula E Championship - the closest, most intense racing series on the planet. We bring unpredictable wheel-to-wheel combat to the city streets.

The most competitive line-up in motorsport

For the 2019/20 season, championship-winning masters Porsche and Mercedes-Benz join the likes of BMW, Audi, DS, Mahindra, NIO, Nissan, Jaguar and Venturi to make one of the most competitive manufacturer line ups in the history of motorsport. Driving the number of teams to 12, with 24 cars and drivers on the grid, get ready for fierce fighting on the city streets as they battle for the all-important teams' championship title.

Racing for a cleaner future, Faster

Formula E is more than a just a racing series - it's a battle for the future. All 24 radical Gen2 cars - powered by electricity - pave the way for the road cars of tomorrow, with the series acting as a competitive platform to test and develop the latest in electric technology. By pitching 11 of the world's greatest manufacturers against each other on the city streets, Formula E promotes the adoption of sustainable mobility in city centres in a bid to combat air pollution and lessen the affects of climate change.

Close combat on the streets of the world

At Formula E we turn streets into unforgiving, inner-city race tracks. The 2019/20 season sees the all-electric series return to the likes of Saudi Arabia, Santiago, Mexico City, Rome, Paris, Berlin and New York alongside Seoul, before the Championship wraps up with a double-header in London. 14 races, 12 of the world's most progressive cities but only one champion. Hold on tight, it's going to be one hell of a ride.

The history of Formula e

From an idea on a restaurant napkin between series founder Alejandro Agag and FIA president Jean Todt to taking over the streets with all-electric single-seaters, learn all about the origins of the ABB FIA Formula E Championship.

From an idea on a restaurant napkin between series founder Alejandro Agag and FIA president Jean Todt to taking over the streets with all-electric single-seaters, learn all about the origins of the ABB FIA Formula E Championship.
Racing reinvented

Formula E is the next generation of motorsport bringing a level of innovation and fan engagement never seen before. Since the inaugural season, FANBOOST has raised the interactive element of racing with fans voting to give their favourite driver an extra shot of power and ATTACK MODE introduced a new element for race tactics for teams and drivers with a Mario Kart-like power boost.

Formula E is the next generation of motorsport bringing a level of innovation and fan engagement never seen before. Since the inaugural season, FANBOOST has raised the interactive element of racing with fans voting to give their favourite driver an extra shot of power and ATTACK MODE introduced a new element for race tactics for teams and drivers with a Mario Kart-like power boost.

Here's what to expect from formula e in 2019/20

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