Pitch yourself against the drivers in the E-Race, competing live on track as a ghost racer or play via your mobile or console. Get involved with Formula E anywhere in the world.
Real-time virtual racing from Formula E and Virtually Live, which pitches you against the entire ABB FIA Formula E grid.
Arriving in the 2018/19 season, Formula E teamed up with gaming pros Virtually Live to present a world-first in esports, giving you the chance to race in real-time against the grid in the ABB FIA Formula E Championship.
Using cutting-edge telemetry, all the real-time racing action is replicated in CGI, mirroring each car's position on track while you battle your way through some of the world's most iconic city street circuits.
Think you're good enough?
Not all the racing in Formula E takes place on the track. At every round of the Championship is the E-Race - a virtual competition taking place in the Allianz E-Village, where drivers battle against the fans on simulators, that replicate all the action on-track.
With the three fastest fans going head-to-head against the three fastest drivers, the E-Race is the place to take on pros.
Think you can do it?
First released in 2009, Real Racing 3 is the latest iteration of series so far. Featuring pixel perfect virtual Formula E cars from the likes of reigning champions Audi Sport Abt Shaeffler, Real Racing 3 gives players the chance to experience the cars on the Hong Kong E-Prix track through race and time-trial challenges as well as an energy regeneration test, which involves completing a lap using a fixed amount of power.
Click here to download Real Racing 3.
Offering the most realistic gameplay is racing simulator rFactor 2. Created by Studio 397, the simulator is widely used by Formula E championship drivers to hone their skills ahead of the race. With realistic car dynamics, including the option to activate energy regeneration, rFactor 2 is the virtual experience for Formula E's super fans. On top of all the action on-track, Formula E's very own EJ can be heard playing a signature tune by the Ferris wheel alongside the sounds of Hong Kong's iconic harbourfront to bring the circuit to life.
After Formula E's first feature on Forza Motorsport 6 in 2015, the latest iteration - Forza Motorsport 7 - lets players get behind the wheel of cars from a variety of teams including Mahindra Racing and Panasonic Jaguar Racing to name but a few. As well as being able to drive the cars on non-Formula E tracks, Forza also features a shortened version of the Long Beach E-Prix track from the 2014/15 and 2015/16 seasons.