Ad Diriyah, Saudi Arabia- Round 1

22 November 2019

Ad Diriyah, Saudi ArabiaRiyadh, meaning garden, is Saudi Arabia’s capital and as such the centre for the country’s politics, business, shopping, culture and entertainment – not to mention being one of the wealthiest cities in the world. The city is a mix of modern skyscrapers and historic old towns, but with the majority of its inhabitants living a conservative lifestyle, heavily rooted in Saudi traditions. That said, recent social changes have seen some relaxation to these traditional values, paving the way for it to host its first ever Formula E race last year. The 2019 Diriyah E-Prix will once again play host to the season opener, but this time with two races to entertain fans, combined with a variety of open-air music concerts and fan zone entertainment.

2.37km KM
Track Length
45min +1lap
Race Distance
21
Corners
Clockwise
Race Direction
Pos. No. Driver Team Time Gap Laps
1 2 Sam Bird ENVISION VIRGIN RACING 46:17.371 24
2 36 Andre Lotterer TAG HEUER PORSCHE FORMULA E TEAM 46:18.690
3 5 Stoffel Vandoorne MERCEDES BENZ EQ FORMULA E TEAM 46:19.043
4 22 Oliver Rowland NISSAN E.DAMS 46:19.315
5 4 Robin Frijns ENVISION VIRGIN RACING 46:21.931
Pos. No. Driver Team Time Gap Laps
1 27 Alexander Sims BMW i ANDRETTI MOTORSPORT 1:14.563
2 5 Stoffel Vandoorne MERCEDES BENZ EQ FORMULA E TEAM 1:14.839 0.276s
3 17 Nyck de Vries MERCEDES BENZ EQ FORMULA E TEAM 1:14.939 0.366
4 48 Edoardo Mortara VENTURI FORMULA E TEAM 1:15.131 0.568
5 2 Sam Bird ENVISION VIRGIN RACING 1:15.350 0.787
12 4 Robin Frijns ENVISION VIRGIN RACING 1:16.200 0.682
Pos. No. Driver Team Time Gap Laps
1 2 Sam Bird ENVISION VIRGIN RACING 1:14.353
2 13 Antonio Felix Da Costa DS TECHEETAH FORMULA E TEAM 1:15.147 0.794
3 48 Edoardo Mortara VENTURI FORMULA E TEAM 1:15.302 0.949
4 23 Sebastien Buemi NISSAN E.DAMS 1:15.329 0.976
5 22 Oliver Rowland NISSAN E.DAMS 1:15.430 1.077
8 4 Robin Frijns ENVISION VIRGIN RACING 1:15.824 1.471
Pos. No. Driver Team Time Gap Laps
1 4 Robin Frijns ENVISION VIRGIN RACING 1:16.137
2 7 Nico Müller GEOX DRAGON 1:17.401 1.264
3 2 Sam Bird ENVISION VIRGIN RACING 1:17.561 1.424
4 5 Stoffel Vandoorne MERCEDES BENZ EQ FORMULA E TEAM 1:17.693 1.556
5 23 Sebastien Buemi NISSAN E.DAMS 1:17.847 1.710

Ad Diriyah, Saudi Arabia – Round 2

23 November 2019

Riyadh, meaning garden, is Saudi Arabia’s capital and as such the centre for the country’s politics, business, shopping, culture and entertainment – not to mention being one of the wealthiest cities in the world. The city is a mix of modern skyscrapers and historic old towns, but with the majority of its inhabitants living a conservative lifestyle, heavily rooted in Saudi traditions. That said, recent social changes have seen some relaxation to these traditional values, paving the way for it to host its first ever Formula E race last year. The 2019 Diriyah E-Prix will once again play host to the season opener, but this time with two races to entertain fans, combined with a variety of open-air music concerts and fan zone entertainment.

2.37km KM
Track Length
45min +1lap
Race Distance
21
Corners
Clockwise
Race Direction
Pos. No. Driver Team Time Gap Laps
1 27 Alexander SimsP BMW i ANDRETTI MOTORSPORT 46:48.327 30
2 11 Lucas Di Grassi AUDI SPORT ABT SCHAEFFLER 46:51.144 2.817 30
3 5 Stoffel Vandoorne MERCEDES BENZ EQ FORMULA E TEAM 46:51.908 3.581 30
4 48 Edoardo Mortara VENTURI FORMULA E TEAM 46:52.621 4.294 30
5 22 Oliver Rowland NISSAN E.DAMS 46:53.802 5.475 30
DNF 2 Sam BirdDNF ENVISION VIRGIN RACING
DNF 4 Robin FrijnsDNF ENVISION VIRGIN RACING
Pos. No. Driver Team Time Gap Laps
1 27 Alexander Sims BMW i ANDRETTI MOTORSPORT 1:11.476
2 23 Sebastien Buemi NISSAN E.DAMS 1:11.696 0.220
3 11 Lucas Di Grassi AUDI SPORT ABT SCHAEFFLER 1:11.784 0.308
4 20 Mitch Evans PANASONIC JAGUAR RACING 1:11.929 0.453
5 64 Jerome D’Ambrosio MAHINDRA RACING 1:12.093 0.617
7 2 Sam Bird ENVISION VIRGIN RACING 1:12.007
13 4 Robin Frijns ENVISION VIRGIN RACING 1:12.454
Pos. No. Driver Team Time Gap Laps
1 13 Antonio Felix Da Costa DS TECHEETAH FORMULA E TEAM 1:11.084
2 2 Sam Bird ENVISION VIRGIN RACING 1:11.106 0.022
3 27 Alexander Sims BMW i ANDRETTI MOTORSPORT 1:11.177 0.093
4 22 Oliver Rowland NISSAN E.DAMS 1:11.493 0.409
5 94 Pascal Wehrlein MAHINDRA RACING 1:11.523 0.439
6 4 Robin Frijns ENVISION VIRGIN RACING 1:11.608 0.524
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Santiago, Chile – Round 3

18 January 2020

Surprising, cosmopolitan, energetic, sophisticated and worldly, Santiago is a city of syncopated cultural currents, madhouse parties, expansive museums and top-flight restaurants. Head out for the day to take in the museums, grand architecture and pedestrian malls of the Centro, before an afternoon in one of the gorgeous hillside parks that punctuate the city’s landscape. With a growing economy, renovated arts scene and plenty of eccentricity to spare, Santiago is an old-guard city on the cusp of a modern-day renaissance and a welcome addition to the calendar. Last year’s race saw Sam Bird secure victory – continuing his feat of recording wins in every season of Formula E to date – so can the Envison Virgin Racing team do it again?

2.348km KM
Track Length
45min +1lap
Race Distance
14
Corners
Counterclockwise
Race Direction
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Mexico City, Mexico – Round 4

15 February 2020

One of the largest metropolitan areas in the Western hemisphere, Mexico City is famed for its Aztec architecture, colourful gastronomy and passionate locals. Steeped in history, Mexico houses he most museums for any city in the world, in addition to 100 art galleries and 30 concert halls. It also boosts tourist hotspots including the cobblestone streets of Centro Histórico, the city’s historic downtown area, and the amazing outdoor restaurants of Polanco. When it comes to Formula E, the Mexico City E-Prix is regarded as one of the best attended with fans filling the stadium section to cheer on the crowds. For teams and drivers, one of the biggest challenges is the altitude making the close wheel-to-wheel racing even more challenging.

2.093km KM
Track Length
45min +1lap
Race Distance
17
Corners
Clockwise
Race Direction
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Marrakesh, Morocco – Round 5

29 February 2020

The wonderfully exotic Moroccan city of Marrakesh offers so much, from reliable year-round temperatures and mouth-watering local cuisine to fascinating historic sites; and even golf courses! If you look carefully, you’ll also spot a number of creative new boutiques and galleries where western influencers begin to creep in. They signify the evolving face of the medina (market) as a new generation of craftsmen and artists try to connect the city’s hankering for modernity with its traditional craft heritage. For Envision Virgin Racing, last year’s event proved to be one of its most successful where the team picked up it’s first ever double podium and an impressive points haul. It’s a track the team favour so expectations will be high heading into the race.

2.97km KM
Track Length
45min +1lap
Race Distance
12
Corners
Counterclockwise
Race Direction
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Sanya, China – Round 6

21 March 2020

After a successful event last year, season six marks the return to Formula E racing in mainland China with the Sanya E-Prix. China’s premier beach community claims to be the ‘Hawaii of China’, with the modern, hyper-developed resort city increasingly becoming popular with Chinese families. The city boasts a 40km coastline and is made up of three distinct zones, for tourism, mainland holidaymakers and Western travellers. Exclusive Yalong Bay, is just 15km east of Sanya and boasts a first-rate beach alongside a line of plush international resorts.

2.360s KM
Track Length
45min +1lap
Race Distance
11
Corners
Counterclockwise
Race Direction
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Rome, Italy – Round 7

4 April 2020

This year’s event marks the third time Rome has hosted a Formula E race, set against a backdrop of haunting ruins, awe-inspiring art and vibrant street life. Ancient icons such as the Colosseum, Roman Forum and Pantheon recall the city’s golden age as caput mundi (capital of the world), while its many monumental basilicas testify to its historical role as seat of the Catholic Church. But a trip to Rome is as much about lapping up the dolce vita lifestyle as gorging on art and culture. Eating out is one of Rome’s great pleasures and the combination of romantic alfresco settings and the superlative food is a guarantee of good times. During the inaugural event, Sam Bird tasted victory so the venue remains a favourite of the team and hopefully the Briton – and his team-mate Robin Frijns – can walk out onto the podium in 2020.

2.870km KM
Track Length
45min +1lap
Race Distance
21
Corners
Counterclockwise
Race Direction
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Paris, France – Round 8

18 April 2020

The City of Light joined Formula E in season two utilising the stunning backdrop of the Eiffel Tower. Paris has a timeless familiarity for first-time and frequent visitors, with instantly recognisable architectural icons, along with exquisite cuisine, chic boutiques and priceless artistic treasures. Parisians are synonymous with style, and fashion shopping is the city’s forte and browsing emerging and established designer boutiques and flagship haute couture houses is a quintessential part of any visit. Famed for its architecture, Paris boasts one of the most iconic skylines in the world, from the Arc de Triomphe to the Notre Dame cathedral, this city has it all. Dining in France has a reputation that precedes itself, whether you seek a cosy bistro or Michelin-starred restaurant, Paris has it all.

1.930km KM
Track Length
45min +1lap
Race Distance
14
Corners
Clockwise
Race Direction
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Seoul, South Korea – Round 9

3 May 2020

Filled with skyscrapers, street markets, palaces, and temples, Seoul is a buzzing hub of energy and enterprise mixed with tradition and serenity. In just 50 years it has grown to one of the world’s most modern and vibrant megacities – often known as the ’24-hour city’ – and one of the hottest tourist destinations in Asia. While Seoul’s main draw is experiencing this contrast of energy and tranquillity, the city is also full of excellent food, interesting arts and crafts, and has a number of impressive historic sites. As a new location for Formula E, the circuit will be an unknown for all 24 drivers and 12 teams, along with factors such as hot and humid conditions to contend with. Wrapping around the city’s Olympic Park, the bespoke city street circuit will take in some of Seoul’s best-known sights, with seven turns housed inside the Jamsil Sports Complex and former Olympic stadium.

2.8km KM
Track Length
45min +1lap
Race Distance
19
Corners
Clockwise
Race Direction
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Jakarta, Indonesia – Round 10

06 June 2020

Home to more than 10million people, Jakarta is an upbeat city that moves at a fast pace, from traffic to tower blocks. Founded in the fourth century, the city served as a key trading port in the ancient Kingdom of Sunda, then became a city crucial to the Dutch East Indies under colonial rule, and in the modern era has grown into the financial, cultural, and political capital of Indonesia. Jakarta’s foods and dining options draw upon traditions from Indonesia’s 17,000 islands. You’ll see architectural styles from China, the Netherlands, and the Arab world, along with local Malay and Javanese influences and gleaming postmodern skyscrapers. The city is another new location for the all-electric race series as promises to be an amazing spectacle for teams, drivers and fans alike.

TBC KM
Track Length
45min +1lap
Race Distance
0
Corners
Race Direction
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Berlin, Germany – Round 11

21 June 2020

The essential European city to visit right now for fashion, art, design and music, perhaps the best vantage point to take in the ‘eternally unfinished’ Berlin is from the glass-roofed Reichstag. But remember to get a feel for life in old East Berlin in the DDR museum and walk the Berlin Wall at the East Side Gallery. Getting around by bike is easy – from the market stalls in Mauer Park to the boutiques of North Mitte. Eat like the locals and try a bratwurst while watching the local football team, Herta BSC, at the Olympic Stadium in Charlottenberg.

2.250km KM
Track Length
45min +1lap
Race Distance
10
Corners
Counterclockwise
Race Direction
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New York City, USA – Round 12

11 July 2020

Hello New York, New York. From Wall Street’s skyscrapers to the neon of Times Square to Central Park’s leafy paths, New York City pulses with an irrepressible energy. History meets hipness in this global centre of entertainment, fashion, media, and finance. Following the success of the inaugural New York City E-Prix in season three, the Big Apple has remained on the calendar ever since and always delivers a great weekend of racing. It also remains a favourite of the team’s having won 50% of all races held there.

2.320km KM
Track Length
45min +1lap
Race Distance
14
Corners
Clockwise
Race Direction
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London, UK – Round 13

25 July 2020

The capital of the United Kingdom – and the team’s home race – is a thriving multicultural metropolis. The contrast between the spectacular historic sights and the lively cultural scene makes a visit to London an interesting and exciting adventure. Wander through St. James park, visit Westminster Abbey, explore the streets of Shoreditch, and take a ride up the River Thames. London’s incredible shopping, endless sights, friendly locals, and vibrant nightlife offer something for every kind of traveller. Marking the return to racing in the capital since season two, this season’s Formula E event takes place a special indoor/outdoor circuit at London ExCeL – a first of its kind. Featuring elevation changes, surface changes, and 23 turns, it’s sure to be a thrilling climax to a fantastic season.

2.41km KM
Track Length
45min +1lap
Race Distance
23
Corners
Clockwise
Race Direction
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London, UK – Round 14

26 July 2020

The capital of the United Kingdom – and the team’s home race – is a thriving multicultural metropolis. The contrast between the spectacular historic sights and the lively cultural scene makes a visit to London an interesting and exciting adventure. Wander through St. James park, visit Westminster Abbey, explore the streets of Shoreditch, and take a ride up the River Thames. London’s incredible shopping, endless sights, friendly locals, and vibrant nightlife offer something for every kind of traveller. Marking the return to racing in the capital since season two, this season’s Formula E event takes place a special indoor/outdoor circuit at London ExCeL – a first of its kind. Featuring elevation changes, surface changes, and 23 turns, it’s sure to be a thrilling climax to a fantastic season.

2.41km KM
Track Length
45min +1lap
Race Distance
23
Corners
Clockwise
Race Direction
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