Expectation is growing for the European Formula E season

After a double header in North America, attended by around 60,000 spectators in Miami and Long Beach, Formula E is preparing for the final stages of its opening season on the Old Continent. From 9 May to 28 June there will be five ePrix in four cities.

It gets underway on Saturday 9 May on the streets of the Principality of Monaco, on a track which, as was the case in Long Beach, will use part of the circuit that has made this place incredibly famous in the field of motor sport. In Monaco, access to the grandstands and the eVillage will be free: a great opportunity to see close up the cars driven by Senna, Prost, Piquet and company…

In Berlin, the race takes place against a unique backdrop, namely the Tempelhof airport, one of the oldest airport facilities in the history of civil aviation. Active up until 2008, now the facility hosts various events and the DHL Berlin ePrix will be the first racing event to be held here. Tickets are selling like wildfire: there are already around 5000 in the hands of fans, especially in the Gold (45 Euro) category: to satisfy the increasing demand it’s been decided to build a second Gold grandstand with views of the starting grid. 

Up to the end of April tickets are on sale at berlin.fiaformulae.com at the special price of 10 Euro. From 1st May, there will be three ticket categories, Bronze (19 Euro), Silver (39 Euro) and Gold (59 Euro,) with discounts for children under 16 and seniors over 60, while kids up to the age of 6 accompained by adults get in free.

Another historic venue will host the race in Moscow: the track winds its way around St Basil’s cathedral and Red Square and will run along the walls of the Kremlin. 

London hosts the season’s grand finale in Battersea Park, in the south of the city. It’s a double header: the usual Saturday electric race will exceptionally take place all over again on the Sunday. All details regarding tickets to see the London ePrix will be published in the coming weeks.