Since it is a brand new circuit, Chile’s E-Prix will be a challenge for all the competitors. With limited track time available, drivers and teams must work quickly to reach optimum performance. As was the case for New York’s track, the layout in Santiago will see the start and finish in different parts of the track. The start line is located on the longer back straight, between turns 2 and 3. Cars will cross the river Mapocho twice, with the track running parallel with each bank of the waterway along the front and back straights. The 2.46-kilometre circuit is a tight, technical layout that will provide a severe test of drivers’ concentration and accuracy.