FIA World Motor Sport Council decisions concerning Formula E

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Jean-Eric Vergne (FRA), DS TECHEETAH, DS E-Tense FE19

The World Motor Sport Council gathered yesterday in Saint Petersburg, Russia, got importante decision concerning 2018-2019 FIA Formula E Championship.

The meeting was during the 2018 FIA Annual General Assembly for its final meeting of the year, hosted by FIA President Jean Todt and FIA Deputy President for Sport, Graham Stoker.

The following is a summary of the decisions taken during the meeting:

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Sébastien Buemi (SUI), Nissan e.Dams

FIA Formula E Championship

The 2018/19 FIA Formula E Championship season calendar is as follows:

15 December 2018        Saudi Arabia     Ad Diriyah

12 January 2019           Morocco          Marrakesh

26 January 2019           Chile                 Santiago de Chile*

16 February 2019          Mexico             Mexico City

10 March 2019              China                Hong Kong

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Jose Maria Lopez (ARG), Dragon Racing

23 March 2019              China                Sanya*

13 April 2019                Italy                  Rome

27 April 2019                France              Paris

11 May 2019                 Monaco            Monaco

25 May 2019                 Germany          Berlin

22 June 2019                Switzerland       Bern*

13 July 2019                 USA                 New York

14 July 2019                 USA                 New York 

* Subject to ASN confirmation

Details relating to the new race format for the 2018/19 season were approved:

The number, duration and the minimum time of arming of ‘Attack Modes’ (during which the maximum total power increases from 200kW to 225kW), will be determined at each race by the FIA, according to the special features of the circuits, one hour before the start at the latest

The activation of the Attack Mode is forbidden in the first two laps

The number of drivers allocated FanBoost (additional extra energy of maximum 100 kJ (power minimum 240 kW, maximum 250 kW, and time to be managed by the team), will increase from three to five. The winning drivers will be allocated one boost, to be used once after the 22nd minute of the race.

For the purpose of aiding driver rescue, the use of FIA-approved biometric gloves will be mandated for all drivers during each competition and all tests which are attended by more than one team.

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