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Formula E is making alterations to most of its returning tracks for its second season. AUTOSPORT understands the all-electric championship has committed to revisions at all second-year venues except Buenos Aires and Battersea Park for the 2015/16 campaign. The season will again start in Beijing, where the circuit's first chicane will be removed, leaving a long straight from Turn 2 to Turn 3 instead. There will be a change to the pitlane entry in Putrajaya, while the first chicanes in Punta del Este and Long Beach will be made tighter to slow the cars down. In Russia, the last part of the Moscow track will be resurfaced, while the tight, unpopular final sequence at the Berlin Tempelhof circuit in Germany is to be removed entirely. (Tempelhof has now been replaced with a street track in the heart of Berlin.) The future of the London race, held in Battersea Park, has now been secured for 2016, but there is no guidance on whether the layout will be tweaked. In Argentina, the other returning event, changes are expected to be made in Buenos Aires but nothing has been confirmed. There are set to be at least two new circuits on the 2015/16 calendar, with a race in Mexico City expected to fill its March 'to-be-decided' slot (Now confirmed for March 12), and a round in Paris scheduled for April 23.

Formula E may be making alterations to most of its returning tracks for its third season.
Hong Kong is confirmed for Round 1 season 3 - October 9 2016. Update: 2/10/17 Berlin & Brussels season 3 circuits are yet to be finalized. Update: 3/9/17 Brussels has been canceled & replaced with a 2nd Berlin race.

Formula E may be making alterations to some of its returning tracks for its fourth season, as well as adding 4 new circuits. Including Sao Paulo, Santiago, Zurich and Rome.

The circuit maps below are from season 1 unless specifically noted.

Beijing, China - Round 1

Beijing, China

Beijing, China 111111

Turns 1 & 2:
The opening corner is a tight right-hander with very little run-off where mistakes will be punished. This is followed by a slow left-hander. Both should provide overtaking opportunities before the cars continue on past the famous Beijing National Aquatics Centre.

X

Turn 6:
After the first chicane, this sharp left-hander provides another overtaking spot for those who are late on the brakes.

X

Turn 14:
After negotiating two further chicanes, drivers face a tight left-hander before passing the iconic Olympic Stadium. A good exit here, combined with the use of the Fan Boost, could provide a good overtaking opportunity here and who can brake the latest heading into the chicane.

X

Turns 16, 17 & 18:
As well as an overtaking spot, heavy braking here should provide energy recuperation for the car's RESS system.

X

Turns 19 & 20:
The final two corners provide good overtaking spots before the cars will either complete the 3.44 km lap or head into the U-shaped pitlane.

X

Pit Lane:
The tricky pit lane entry and exit will require great concentration from drivers, especially as they make their car changes.

X

Circuit:

Formula E Beijing ePrix

Location:

Olympic Village

Date:

Saturday, September 13 2014

Length:

3.44 km

Turns:

20


Circuit Guide

Taking place on Saturday, 13 September 2014, the inaugural Beijing Formula E Grand Prix has been set around the grounds of China's iconic Olympic Stadium, more commonly known as the Bird's Nest and venue for the 2008 Olympic Games. At 3.44 km in length and featuring 20 turns, the anti-clockwise temporary circuit has been custom made by designer Rodrigo Nunes, working in close cooperation with the FIA, Formula E Malaysia (FEM), the Republic of China Motor Sport Federation (FASC), the Olympic Park Committee, the Beijing Mayor, the Chinese Government and event organiser Team China Racing.

The circuit boasts an impressive cityscape backdrop taking in both the Beijing National Aquatics Centre and the Olympic Stadium itself. It will see the 20 Formula E drivers tackle a mix of tight left-hand turns - offering late braking and overtaking opportunities - together with twisty chicanes and two main straights. In addition, the track features a unique 'U-shaped' pitlane with spectator areas located inside giving fans and an incredible close-up view of the action.

Driver's guide

Lucas di Grassi, Audi Sport Abt Formula E Team:

"The Beijing track is an amazing facility. For the drivers, it will be a tremendous challenge to learn the limits of this track quickly, as well as to understand the best overtaking opportunities. The most obvious places are likely to be Turns 1, 2, 6, 19 and 20. The circuit will also require lots of traction and braking stability, while the energy recuperation at braking zones will help to stabilise the car. Also, it will be our first ever race, so all the drivers will be raring to go! The pit lane is also unique and requires some special practice to get right, also because drivers have to switch cars in their pit box."



Putrajaya, Malaysia - Round 2

Putrajaya, Malaysia

Putrajaya, Malaysia 11111

Turns 1 & 2:
After the slipstreaming start/finish straight, the opening chicane is most likely to offer the best overtaking opportunities through late braking. Drivers will drop from 200kph with a braking deceleration g-force of 1.9.

X

Turns 3,4,5 & 6:
Turns 3, 4 and 5 provide a mix of slow to medium speed corners which should keep the field bunched together before the second gear, 80kph slow right-hander of T6 which is the next main overtaking spot, right in front of the Fan Zone.

X

Turns 7 & 8:
Drivers will accelerate up to 180kph before coming into the third gear Turn 7 and sweeping T8 which could also prove a good place to deploy the Fan Boost.

X

Turns 9, 10 & 11:
Drivers then come to a slight left before hitting the brakes hard for the tight, right hairpin T10 - similar to the hairpin in the Macau GP according to Daniel Abt: "It will be tough to put two cars next to each other in that corner and you'll probably have to get everything right not to end up in the wall on the exit.

X

Turn 12:
The approach to the 12th and final corner sees drivers pulling 1.6 lateral g-force before braking for the right hander. A good exit here will be essential in order to get a strong run over the start/finish straight where drivers will easily hit 200kph (sixth gear). The main straight is also where you can expect to see drivers using their Fan Boost, as well as taking advantage of slipstreaming opportunities.

X

Circuit:

Formula E Putrajaya ePrix

Location:

Persiaran Perdana

Date:

Saturday, November 22 2014

Length:

2.5 km

Turns:

12


Circuit Guide

The Putrajaya Formula E race, or ePrix, takes place on November 22 and forms the second of 10 races for the inaugural 2014/2015 season. At 2.5 km and featuring 12 turns, the street circuit is located just south of the Perdana Putra housing the Prime Minister's Office using much of the main high street and passing several of the city's most recognisable skyscrapers. Drivers will tackle a mixture of straights, slow to medium speed corners, a hairpin plus a tight first-corner chicane that will see them decelerating from 200kph (sixth gear) into a breaking g-force of 1.9.

It has been designed by British architect Simon Gibbons who boasts nine years' experience as a circuit planner for Formula One and more recently played a significant role in the rowing and canoeing venue for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The circuit has the full backing of Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razak and has been put together by the FIA, Formula E and local promoter Formula E Malaysia (FEM).

Driver's guide

Daniel Abt, Audi Sport Abt Formula E Team:

"Malaysia is a very special country for racing. The track layout looks very interesting and has a lot of different corners. You have a chicane at Turn 1 after the main straight which gives a good first opportunity for overtaking and slipstream battles. Then you have a mix of slow and medium speed corners which is good for keeping the field very tight and will ensure close racing. I think the next very good overtaking spot will be T6 which is in front of the Fan Zone and should give the spectators a great view of the action. T9 meanwhile reminds me of the very tight hairpin at Macau. All in all the layout looks really promising and will for sure provide great racing."



Punta del Este, Uruguay - Round 3

Punta del Este, Uruguay

Punta del Este, Uruguay 1111

Turns 1 & 2:
The opening part of the lap is very close to the beach which can cause problems as the sand gets blown up onto the track. This can mean the surface is very different from session to session, especially if it's a windy day. May make for interesting start as the lights go out!

X

Turns 4, 5 & 6:
These are some of the best places for overtaking as Turn 4 can be taken flat and then it will be a late braking contest going into the chicane (T5 & 6). It's worth remembering though that the surface of the roads is very different in places, some parts are new, other parts are very old. This means there is more grip in certain parts of the track and other parts have lots of bumps.

X

Turns 13, 14 & 15:
Turn 13 is another mid-speed corner and a good exit here should give drivers the chance to go late on the brakes into T14 & 15. After that you have a short straight where maybe the Fan Boost could be used to ensure that driver stays ahead.

X

Turns 19 & 20:
There are many places where the track is not that wide, so it's going to be a place where you really need to keep your concentration. It is quite tight on the final two turns but a good exit here should afford some overtaking possibilities, combined with the run into the opening chicane.

X

Circuit:

Formula E Punta del Este ePrix

Location:

Playa Brava Beach

Date:

Saturday, December 13 2014

Length:

2.8 km

Turns:

20


Circuit Guide

The Punta del Este Formula E race, or ePrix, takes place on December 13 2014 and forms the third of 10 races for the inaugural 2014/2015 season. At 1.1mile (2.8 km) in length and featuring 20 turns, the street circuit is located along Punta del Este's picturesque harbour - nicknamed the Monte-Carlo of South America - just south of Maldonado and is based on the track previously used for the TC2000 touring car events. Set on a beautiful beach backdrop, the tight, twisty layout uses a mix on medium straights and sharp turns, providing a challenge for the Formula E teams and drivers. The Punta del Este ePrix is the first of two races in South America alongside Buenos Aires (Round 4) on January 10, 2015.

Driver's guide

Juan Manuel Lopez, the first South American driver to test the Formula E car:

"It's a very nice location, next to the sea and the beach. I think the best overtaking places would be in the first chicane after the start/finish straight and in Turn 5 under braking. There are many places where the track is not that wide too, so it's going to be a place where you really need to keep your concentration. The surface of the road is very different in places, meaning there is more grip in certain parts of the track, but the Formula E cars are well prepared for that kind of transition. They run very high off the ground and with a bit of work on the set-up it will be ok."



Buenos Aires, Argentina - Round 4 Season 2 - Round 3 Season 3

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Buenos Aires, Argentina 11111

Turns 1 & 2:
After the long start/finish straight, the drivers hit a tight left-hander immediately followed by a sweeping right. The straight is an obvious place to use the FanBoost whilst late braking into the opening corner could present some overtaking opportunities.

X

Turn 3 & 4:
Turn 3 offers a fast, sweeping left-hander whilst T4 good offers some overtaking opportunities through late braking.

X

Turn 5:
The slow right-handed hairpin could see some overtaking opportunities with the track fairly wide in this part too.

X

Turn 7:
One of the other overtaking spots on the track, Turn 7 should allow drivers to go late on the brakes into this left-hander and edge ahead en route to the chicane

X

Turns 10, 11 & 12
This series of high-speed corners will prove interesting, especially with the long start/finish straight at the end where drivers can use their FanBoost.

X

Circuit:

Formula E Buenos Aires ePrix

Location:

Puerto Madero

Date:

Saturday, January 10 2015, 18-Feb-17

Length:

2.44 km

Turns:

12


Circuit Guide

The Buenos Aires Formula E race, or ePrix, takes place on January 10 2015 and forms the fourth of 10 races for the inaugural 2014/2015 season. At 2.44 km in length and featuring 12 turns, the circuit is located in the popular and modern Puerto Madero district to the east of the Argentine capital of Buenos Aires. It has been designed by Santiago Garcia Remohi and features 12 turns including a mix of high-speed corners, chicanes and hairpins. The ePrix has been warmly welcomed by Mayor Mauricio Macri along with the City Government, local authorities and the ASN. The race is one of two in South America along with Punta del Este in Uruguay (Round Three) on December 13 2014.

Driver's guide

Bruno Senna, Mahindra Racing:

"Looking at the track, you have to say it's got a good combination of corners. There's a chicane, some high-speed turns with a change of direction and slow-speed as well. It's impossible to tell from the map about undulation, but I think that it could make for an interesting race and it will be fun to drive. I think the main overtaking point will be into Turn 1 under braking, or maybe into T4 or even T5. T7 is a possible passing point too, so it does lend itself to some potential overtakes, but we'll have to see when we get there."



Miami, USA - Round 5 Season 1

Miami




Andretti Formula E

"Miami is a magic city - anything can happen there! It is one of the places that you hoped Formula E would go to for a race when the calendar was announced. We can expect a very good event there because, looking at the track, there will be quite a few long straights and slow corners so this will help for overtaking for sure. "



Long Beach, USA - Round 6 Season 1 & 2

Long Beach, USA



Monte Carlo, Monaco - Round 7 - 9th May 2015 Season 1, Round 5 - 13-May-17 Season 3


Monte Carlo, Monaco





Monaco

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Circuit:

Formula E Monaco ePrix


Monaco

Location:

Monte-Carlo

Date:

Saturday, May 09 2015, 13-May-17

Length:

1.76 km

Turns:

12


Circuit Guide

The Monaco Formula E race, or ePrix, takes place on May 9 2015 and forms the seventh of 11 races for the inaugural season, and the first to take place in Europe. The track uses a modified configuration of the iconic GP street circuit. At just under 2 km in length, the Formula E cars will use the same famous start/finish line before turning right and immediately towards the harbour, where they'll tackle a new hairpin before rejoining with the more familiar track configuration, including the well-known Tabac and Swimming Pool corners.

Driver's guide

Jarno Trulli, Trulli Formula E

"I think it's a reasonably good track and obviously the location is fantastic. It takes in half of the Formula 1 circuit, which is enough for the Formula E car and I'm sure it's going to be good for overtaking. You can see that going down into the first corner there is a hairpin, then we head rearwards down towards the tunnel, where there is another hard braking with a possible overtaking point and then another hairpin. From there you head back towards Tabac and the Swimming Pool corners, which in Formula 1 were very exciting and challenging. In Formula E cars they will be easier, but nevertheless still a challenge, especially the exit of the Swimming Pool, which is going to be pretty slippery. The last two corners are familiar from the usual Monte Carlo circuit so all in all it looks pretty exciting."





Berlin
Round 8 - 18-May-16 Season 4
revised final Tempelhof layout

Round 7 - 10-Jun-17 Season 3
revised final Tempelhof layout

Round 8 - 11-Jun-17 Season 3
revised final Tempelhof layout


Berlin, Germany

Circuit:

Formula E Berlin ePrix

Location:

Berlin, Germany

Date:

Saturday, Sunday June 10/11 2017

Length:

2.25 km

Turns:

10






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Driver's guide 2017

Daniel Abt, ABT Schaeffler Audi Sport

For us as a German team with German partners, and me as a German driver, it is great news that we will have two home races this season. Its no secret that I loved the track around Karl-Marx-Allee a lot. But now that I have seen the new Tempelhof layout, I cant wait to get there. The fans will love the unique setting that brings everyone so close to the action and us drivers. The track is perfect for great racing and a lot of overtaking. Im looking forward to meeting my home crowd. We will put on a great 48-hour Formula E party for the fans in Berlin.



Moscow, Russia - Round 9 - Season 1 June 6 2015
Moscow, Russia - Round 9 - Season 2 June 4 2016


Moscow, Russia


Circuit:

Formula E Moscow ePrix

Location:

Kremlin, Moscow

Date:

Season 1 Saturday, June 06 2015

Date:

Season 2 Saturday, June 04 2016

Length:

2.39 km

Turns:

13


Circuit Guide

The Moscow ePrix takes place on June 6 2015 and forms the ninth round of inaugural Formula E season. The 2.39 km anti-clockwise street circuit lies adjacent to the iconic Kremlin and will see the Formula E drivers start alongside the Moskva River as they head towards the 90 degree left of Turn 1.

After that the track leads them north towards Staraya Square challenging them with a series of quick bends and 90 degree turns. Then they head west in the direction of the Red Square and the Moscow Gostiny Dvor before passing Saint Basil’s Cathedral and the Kremlin. After that they negotiate a series of sharp hairpins before turning back towards the Moskva River to complete the lap.



London, UK - Round 10 Season 1 - 27th June 2015
London, UK - Round 11 Season 1 - 28th June 2015
London, UK - Round 10 Season 2 - 2nd July 2016
London, UK - Round 11 Season 2 - 3rd July 2016


London, UK



London, UK
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London, UK
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Circuit Guide

The London ePrix will encompass two races Rounds 10 and 11 taking place at Battersea Park on Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 June. The 2.922 km anti-clockwise circuit has been designed using the existing perimeter roads of the park and will see the 20 Formula E drivers tackle a mixture of fast straights, high-speed bends, challenging chicanes and braking zones. It has been designed by British architect Simon Gibbons who boasts nine years' experience as a circuit planner for Formula One and more recently played a significant role in the rowing and canoeing venue for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. As the final two rounds of the inaugural 2014/2015 season, the London ePrix could well be where the championship title gets decided.

Driver's guide

Sam Bird, Virgin Racing

"Im impressed with what I have seen so far. The track is in the beautiful Battersea Park, right next to the river Thames, just across from Chelsea and with some of the most famous features of Londons skyline in the background. The layout itself seems to combine fast straights, a couple of high-speed bends as well as some challenging chicanes and braking zones. I think the London ePrix spectators will be treated to some close, fast racing with plenty of action and overtaking. The organisers have done a good job with this layout and I cant wait to race there, in front of my home crowd!"




Mexico City - Round 5 season 4 - Mar 3 2018
Mexico City - Round 4 season 3 - Apr 1 2017
Mexico City - Round 5 season 2 - March 12 2016


Mexico City


Circuit:

Formula E Mexico ePrix

Location:

Mexico City

Date:

Saturday, March 12 2016, 1-Apr-17

Length:

2.092 km

Turns:

18


Circuit Guide

The Mexico City ePrix will take place on March 12, 2016. The track is 2.092 km in length and subject to FIA track homologation. It will use part of the historic Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez with seating for around 40,000 of the worlds most passionate fans.

Drivers Guide

Situated in the heart of Mexico City, the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez track combines the best of old and new. Excited at the prospect of racing in his homeland, Salvador Duran talks through the reasons why Mexico had to be on the Formula E calendar...
The first complex and approach to turn one looks like a very interesting corner, a very fast chicane. The second part where you exit, youre already into another corner, youre already into the oval and the normal part of the circuit. Its going to be quite interesting to see how the drivers manage to exit with as much speed as they can. Turn four looks like a very slow corner to the right and then you get a lot of change in direction as you go through another left corner which is practically a U-turn. You have to be very careful on the exit as well because after that you have the straight before entering into the stadium.
Mexican wave: I love it because there is one part that is actually a stadium. The configuration of the track means that we go through there on two occasions and I think all the people there are going to be so excited because being in the stadium, the excitement is going to be contagious! I really like that part and the other point is that we have so many grandstands along the start/finish straight and over the pits as well. It looks like its going to be very challenging. The best overtaking spot Ive seen will be the entry into the stadium, thats going to be the most interesting bit.



Paris France - Round 8 season 4 April 28 2018
Paris France - Round 6 season 3 20-May-17
Paris France - Round 7 season 2 - April 23 2016


Paris


Circuit:

Formula E Paris ePrix

Location:

Paris, France

Date:

Saturday, April 23 2016, 20-May-17

Length:

1.93 km

Turns:

14


Circuit Guide

The 1.93 km circuit, which remains subject to FIA track homologation. With 14 turns winding its way past the Army Museum and the Tomb of Napoleon, the track is located in an amazing setting, combining historical monuments with visions of the future.



Hong Kong - Round 1 season 3 - October 9, 2016
Hong Kong - Round 1/2 season 4 - December 2-3, 2017


Hong Kong


Circuit:

Formula E Hong Kong ePrix

Location:

Hong Kong

Date:

Saturday, October 9 2016

Length:

2 km

Turns:

10


Circuit Guide

The 2 km circuit, with 10 turns which remains subject to FIA track homologation, will run between Lung Wo Road and the Star Ferry, with cars reaching speeds of up to 225 kph (140 mph).



Marrakesh Morocco - Round 2 season 3 - 12 NOV 2016
Marrakesh Morocco - Round 3 season 4 - 13 JAN 2018
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Marrakesh


Circuit:

Formula E Marrakesh ePrix

Location:

Marrakesh

Date:

Saturday, November 12 2016

Length:

2.9 km

Turns:

14


Circuit Guide

The 2.9 km circuit, with 14 turns which remains subject to FIA track homologation, located near Quartier Belbekkar and east of Daoudiate.



Brussels - Round 8 season 3 - July 1 2017
Brussels has been canceled & replaced with a 2nd Berlin race.
Update: 3/9/17



New York - Round 11/12 season 4 - July 14-15, 2018 (Revised map)
New York - Round 9/10 season 3 - July 15-16, 2017 (Revised map)


New York


Circuit:

Formula E New York ePrix

Location:

New York

Date:

Saturday, Sunday July 15-16, 2017

Length:

2.45 km

Turns:

14




Montreal - Round 13/14 season 4 - July 28-29, 2018
(map likely to change)
Montreal - Round 11/12 season 3 - July 29-30, 2017


Montreal


Circuit:

Formula E Montreal ePrix

Location:

Montreal

Date:

Saturday, Sunday July 29-30, 2017

Length:

2.75 km

Turns:

14




Santiago - Round 4 season 4 - February 3, 2018


 Santiago


Circuit:

Formula E Santiago ePrix

Location:

Santiago

Date:

Sunday Santiago February 3, 2018

Length:

2.47 km

Turns:

12






Rome - Round 7 season 4 - April 14, 2018




Circuit:

Formula E Rome ePrix

Location:

Circuto Cittadino dellEUR

Date:

Sunday Rome April 14, 2018

Length:

2.85 km

Turns:

21





Zurich - Round 10 season 4 - June 10, 2018




Circuit:

2018 Julius Baer Zurich E-Prix

Location:

Zurich Street Circuit

Date:

Sunday Zurich June 10, 2018

Length:

2.46 km

Turns:

11





Donington Park, UK Practice Circuit

Donnington Park, UK



Donnington Park
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Circuit:

Donington Park

Location:

Donington Park, UK

Dates:

As announced

Length:

4.0 km

Turns:

13




Valencia, Spain Practice Circuit

Valencia, Spain



Valencia, Spain
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Circuit:

Ricardo Tormo track

Location:

Valencia, Spain

Dates:

As announced

Length:

3.09 km

Turns:

15

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