Formula E is the world’s first fully-electric racing series, bringing electrifying street racing to some of the world’s leading cities such as London, New York, Paris and Rome.
Since making its global debut in the grounds of the Olympic Park in Beijing in 2014, Formula E has grown into a global entertainment brand with motorsport at its heart. Now, with 12 teams and 24 drivers on the grid, the Championship has become a destination for the world's best motorsport teams and talent.
Formula E is also a competitive platform to test and develop road-relevant technologies, acting as a catalyst for sustainable mobility solutions, helping refine the design and functionality of electric vehicle components and improving the driving experience for everyday road car users all over the world.
Formula E granted World Championship status for 2020/21 season
50th E-Prix was staged in Hong Kong, the fifth race of the 2018–19 Formula E season
FIA Formula E reveal the Championship's next-generation car, Gen2 at the Geneva Motor Show
15th & 16th July
New York City stages E-Prix double header, which brought motor racing back to the city for the first since 1896
The second Formula E season becomes an open championship allowing manufacturers to pursue their own in-house innovations, beginning with the development of new power trains.
The first Formula E-Prix was staged at the Beijing Olympic Green Circuit
Inaugural test session at Donington Park
Team announced as one of the 10 founding Formula E teams