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Get electrified – in some of the world's biggest cities.


The ABB FIA Formula E race calendar. Get electrified – in some of the world's biggest cities.

Mexico City, Paris, Berlin, New York and London: the ABB FIA Formula E Championship is held on street circuits all over the world and thrills spectators with exciting races, pioneering technology and a unique atmosphere. With no emissions or noise pollution, the innovative race series implements the concept of road races more consistently than any other championship. In doing so, it benefits from the unique locations that come with these major cities.

Famous sights and impressive scenery form spectacular backdrops and electrify spectators at the circuit and viewers elsewhere with BMW I always in the thick of it. In Season 6, BMW i and its works team BMW i Andretti Motorsport once again compete with two fully-electric Formula cars and, as Official Vehicle Partner, also provides the BMW i support vehicle fleet.

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14 races, 12 major cities, four continents: spectacular cars, action-packed races on narrow street circuits, and fascinating locations at the heart of some of the most exciting cities in the world. Get your ticket to an unforgettable event and experience the most innovative race series in the world against the unique backdrop of famous landmarks.

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The Formula E calendar.

Info and facts.

Whether at altitude in Mexico City, on the holiday island of Hainan, or at the heart of Paris, no race calendar is as varied as that of Formula E. Twelve circuits in twelve different cities offer the fans maximum variety - and pose major challenges for the drivers and teams. Each circuit awaits with different factors and challenges. Ever-changing road surfaces, extreme heat and great altitudes really put both man and machine to the test – and produce some thrilling racing for spectators. And there is more: the direct proximity of the circuits to the city centre makes the race an urban event. You can find insights into all the venues, as well as the most important information and details on all the circuits, in our extensive race calendar for Season 6 of Formula E.

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BMW iFE.18 in the pitlane.
  • Diriyah.
  • Santiago de Chile.
  • Mexiko City.
  • Marrakesh.
BMW iFE.18.

Diriyah, 22nd to 23rd November 2019.

As it did last season, the opening round takes place in Saudi Arabia. Last year, the BMW i Andretti Motorsport team not only made its Formula E debut as a works team, but also claimed its maiden victory in its very first race.
The BMW iFE.18 on the race track

The lights go green.

A 2.495-kilometre circuit with 21 corners awaits the drivers. They must wind their way along the historic city walls before heading back into the heart of the city on the finish straight.
The race track of Diriyah

Into the desert.

Diriyah is a suburb to the northwest of Riyadh, with a population of over 33,000. The original settlement is located in the Wadi Hanifa valley and consists of low, mud buildings, which are no longer occupied and can now be visited as an open-air museum.
The BMW i Andretti Motorsport team applauds.

Santiago de Chile, 18th January 2020.

Like last season, Formula E will be in the heart of the cultural centre of the Chilean capital. The circuit in O'Higgins Park is once again the venue for the Santiago E-Prix.
Formula E race track in Santiago.

Welcome to the Formula E furnace.

The 2.46-kilometre circuit features a narrow and technically demanding layout and is a real test of concentration and precision for the drivers – and all that in extreme heat. Last season, temperatures soared as high as 38.3 degrees Celsius.
Formula E race track in Santiago with fans

Colonial beauty.

The colonial old town is dominated by two landmarks: the Palacio de la Real Audiencia from 1808, which today houses the National History Museum, and the Catedral Metropolitana. Parque O'Higgins, the venue for the Santiago E-Prix, is located not far from the cathedral.
Change of tyres at the BMW iFE.18.

Mexico City, 15th February 2020.

A public passionate about motorsport, one of the fastest tracks on the calendar, and a unique setting makes the Mexico City E-Prix one of the absolute highlights of the Formula E season. Roughly 40,000 spectators transform the Allianz E-Village into a colourful sea of flags, sombreros and excitement.
Formula E race track in Mexico City with fans

The summit meeting.

The 2.093-km circuit was created for Formula E in 2016 and uses a section of the existing ‘Autodromo Hermanos Rodrigues’ Formula 1 track. At more than 2,500 metres above sea level, it is the highest Formula E circuit and one of the highest racetracks in the world.
Foro Sol Stadium.

The mega city.

With over 20 million inhabitants, the capital of Mexico is one of the largest cities in the world. The gigantic scale of the Zócalo alone, a central square in the historic city centre, is enough to take tourists' breath away. It measures 235 metres from east to west and 215 metres from north to south.
Top view of BMW iFE.18

Marrakesh, 29th February 2020.

In the second season of the ABB FIA Formula E Championship, Marrakesh was the first city to host an E-Prix on African soil. The ‘Pearl of the South’ has since become a firm favourite on the calendar and will host its fourth E-Prix in 2020.
Formula E race track in Marrakesh

Along the unique walls of Medina.

Formula E is held on the temporary street circuit Circuit International Automobile Moulay el Hassan, which also hosts the FIA World Touring Car Championship. The highlights of the 2.91-kilometre track include the passages along the centuries-old walls of Marrakesh.
Formula E race track in Marrakesh

The Pearl of the South.

Marrakesh captivates everyone with its unique flair. A sea of colours and smells, impressive palaces and breath-taking gardens await all who visit the Moroccan metropolis. Medina, a densely built, medieval city from the Berber period and surrounded by walls, is a real tourist magnet in particular.
  • Sanya.
  • Rome.
  • Paris.
  • Seoul.
BMW iFE.18 in the garage

Sanya, 21st March 2020.

Like last season, Formula E visits the heavenly tourist island of Hainan.
Alexander Sims in Sanya

Racing where others go to relax.

The circuit at the southern tip of the holiday island of Hainan is 2.3 kilometres long and features perfect overtaking opportunities, particularly at the end of the two long straights. Unusually, the start line for the Sanya E-Prix is located on a bridge. The drivers must master eleven corners and two chicanes on each lap of the circuit.
BMW i3s, Race Director Car.

China's Florida.

Sanya is the most southerly city on the island of Hainan. It is located between the Wuzhishan mountains and the South China Sea. With its tropical climate, the city has become a popular tourist destination.
BWM i Andretti Motorsport Team

Rome, 4th April 2020.

Welcome to Europe! As it did last season, the ‘Eternal City’ hosts the opening round of the European season.
Formula E race track in Rome

Racing through the ancient world.

The ‘Circuito Cittadino dell’EUR’ is 2.84 kilometres long and has 21 corners. The start/finish line is located on the ‘Via Cristoforo Colombo’ and the cars race around the ‘Obelisco di Marconi’ with the iconic ‘Colosseo Quadrato’ in the background.
BMW i Motorsport race car on the race track in Rome.

The ‘Eternal City’.

The ‘Eternal City’ on the banks of the Tiber can look back on almost 3,000 years of history. Ancient ruins, such as the Forum Romanum and the Colosseum, are evidence of the former power of the Roman Empire. The Italian capital has preserved its magnificent architecture and ancient buildings through to the present day.
Engineers at the BMW iFE.18.

Paris, 18th April 2020.

Formula E visits the ‘City of Love’ for the fifth year in a row. Since its debut in 2016, the seventh arrondissement of Paris has provided the perfect venue for the E-Prix. The E-Village is located in front of ‘Les Invalides’ and not far from the Avenue des Champs-Élysées.
BMW iFE.18.

Racing in the shadow of the Eiffel Tower.

Although the circuit in Paris is one of the shortest on the calendar, at just 1.925 kilometres, the race cars hit top speeds above 200 km/h on the two long straights. The slippery asphalt in the heart of the French capital poses another challenge.
BMW i Motorsport race car on the race track of Paris.

The ‘City of Love’.

Roughly 20 million tourists per year fall for the incomparable charm of the ‘City of Love’. Cafés and bistros exude a unique flair on every corner. The imposing buildings, fashion boutiques and over 1000 museums allow visitors to live and breathe the city's impressive history.
Close up of the BMW iFE.18 with driver.

Seoul, 3rd May 2020.

South Korea welcomes Formula E for the first time, and the location of the circuit could not be more spectacular. Where athletes competed for Olympic medals in 1988, the Formula E drivers will now do battle for points and positions.
BMW i Motorsport Formula E race car on the race track

Spectacle guaranteed.

The circuit in the southeast of the South Korean capital winds 2.86 kilometres through the site of the 1988 Olympic Games. The highlight is a passage through the Olympic stadium.
BMW iFE.18 on the race track

South Korea's bustling capital.

Modern skyscrapers, a unique pop culture, Buddhist temples and palaces are just of few of South Korean capital has many fascinating faces. Among the most important sights are the futuristic Dongdaemun Design Plaza, the Gyeongbokgung Palace, and the Jogyesa Temple.
  • Jakarta.
  • Berlin.
  • New York City.
  • London.
Alexander Sims in the garage

Jakarta, 6th June 2020.

For the first time in its brief history, the ABB FIA Formula E Championship will head to Indonesia. On 6th June 2020, the first fully electric race series in the world will be held in the capital of Jakarta.
Rear view of the BMW i Motorsport race car.

Around the National Monument.

Even though the official track layout is yet to be announced, one thing is for sure, the setting of the first E-Prix in the Indonesian capital couldn’t be more spectacular. The track will take the Formula E drivers around the National Monument in the heart of the city.
BMW iFE.18 on the race track.

Cultural melting pot.

Jakarta is on the northwest of the island of Java and is shaped by an eventful history. Various influences have characterised the metropolis in the past and make Jakarta a cultural melting pot. With more than ten million inhabitants, it is one of the biggest metropolises in Southeast Asia.
BWM iFE.18 in the pitlane

Berlin, 21st June 2020.

Of all the venues, Berlin is the only one that has been a permanent fixture on the Formula E calendar since the series was launched in 2015. After the E-Prix was held in the Berlin district of Friedrichshain in the interim, the organisers returned to the disused Berlin Tempelhof Airport in 2017.
Formula E pitlane in Berlin.

The home race for BMW i.

The BMW i Berlin E-Prix takes place on the apron of Tempelhof Airport, on a circuit specially erected for the racing series. The circuit is 2.377 kilometres long and offers the drivers excellent overtaking opportunities at the end of both long straights.
BMW iFE.18 on the race track in Berlin

The city of artists.

Contemporary architecture and magnificent buildings make Berlin a melting pot of contrasts. No other German city - and very few major European cities - attracts as many artists as Berlin, making it a centre for creativity, lifestyle and art.
BMW i Andretti Motorsport Team.

New York City, 11th July 2020.

Last year, New York hosted the final round of the season. This time, the penultimate race will take place on the spectacular circuit in Brooklyn.
The BMW iFE.18 on the race track and the skyline of Manhattan

The big harbour tour.

Few circuits are as varied as the one in Brooklyn harbour. Hairpins, long straights and fast corners demanding great courage make the circuit a challenge for man and machine – and guarantee pure excitement. 14 corners mean there are plenty of overtaking opportunities on the 2.373-kilometre circuit.
Skyline of New York City

The city that never sleeps.

Empire State Building, Broadway, Times Square, Statue of Liberty, Central Park – the list of landmarks in New York is never-ending. However, the metropolis is also world famous for the unique Manhattan skyline, the heart of the ‘Big Apple’ and one of the most important business, financial and cultural centres in the world.
Alexander Sims in his race car

London, 25th to 26th July 2020.

Welcome back: London featured on the race calendar in the first two years of Formula E. The innovative racing series is now returning to the home of its headquarters, where races 13 and 14 form the finale of Season 6.
Formula E race car on the race track

Indoor-outdoor spectacle.

The race will take place on the site of the ExCel convention centre to the east of the city, with part of the circuit running through an exhibition hall. The new Formula E circuit will be 2.4 kilometres long and feature 23 corners, which will be driven in a clockwise direction. A section of the circuit at the Royal Victoria Dock, and the pit lane, will be erected on the banks of the River Thames.
BMW iFE.18 on the race track

London calling.

London is one of the most exciting cities in the world. Landmarks like the imposing Houses of Parliament, the iconic Big Ben clock tower, and Westminster Abbey attract millions of tourists every year. London is also one of the most important financial centres in the world.

The ABB FIA Formula E Championship in pictures.

Images of the most innovative racing series in the world.

Breath-taking backdrops, exciting motor racing, futuristic cars are the ingredients thrilling motorsport fans all over the world.
Skyline of Hong Kong.
BMW i Vision Walk.
BMW i8 Safety Car on the race track in Paris.
Alexander Sims.
BMW i8 Roadster Safety Car.
BMW i3s.
BMW i8 Safety Car on the race track in Paris.

Skyline of Hong Kong.

Alexander Sims.


BMW i8 Roadster Safety Car.

BMW i3s.

BMW i Vision Walk.


Official Vehicle Partner.


BMW i and the ABB FIA Formula E Championship have been partners from the word go. When the series was launched in September 2014, BMW was involved as “Official Vehicle Partner” and believed in the concept. BMW i has continued to provide the entire fleet of safety vehicles to this day.
BMW i Andretti Motorsport


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