Formula E Announces Season 11 Calendar

La Formula E annuncia il calendario della stagione 11

Formula E announced its provisional calendar for Season 11 (2024-2025) of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship.

Next season of the single seater electric racing cars presents the largest number of races and locations set for a season, following validation of the FIA World Motorsport Council.

Formula E will complete a 17-race season for the first time in its history spanning 11 iconic venues as it continues to pioneer all-electric racing.

New race locations in Miami and Diriyah; a double-header of separate races in Monaco – a first for the Principality in any motorsport championship; a double-header of races in Tokyo; and the return of Jakarta complement the roster of other city venues.

La Formula E annuncia il calendario della stagione 11The Season 11 campaign will begin in São Paulo on the 7 December 2024 following pre-season testing on 4-7 November 2024 in Valencia. It will be the first time the all-new Gen3 Evo race car will be put through its paces and tested in public, capable of 0-60mph in just 1.82 seconds – 36% faster than the current Gen3.

A new venue in Diriyah will host the first double header of the season on 14-15 February 2025, while the series returns to Miami for the first time since Season 1 in an all-new location on 12 April 2025. The Homestead-Miami Speedway venue draws on its heritage and success in hosting thrilling NASCAR and IndyCar races for decades.

Monaco will, for the first time in the Principality’s history, host separate back-to-back motor races on the full Circuit de Monaco given the competitive and action-packed nature of Formula E races.

Following the hugely successful inaugural Tokyo E-Prix where public roads in the world’s most populous city were closed for an automotive event for the first time, a double header of races will take place on 17-18 May 2025.

Jakarta also returns to the calendar following a one-year hiatus, while a double-header finale in ExCeL London rounds out the largest Formula E race calendar to date.

One location has been included as TBC while final discussions with a new venue take place, ahead of the confirmed calendar announcement due in the autumn following the FIA’s World Motor Sport Council Meeting.

Unfortunately for us, in season 11 there will be no races in Italy.

Source: Formula E

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