- The World Motor Sport Council has approved the tentative schedule for the 2017-18 season of Formula E.
- Electrical category will visit eleven cities, with three double ePrix in what is an ambitious timetable fourteen races.
The World Motor Sport Council held in Paris has served to confirm the timing of the 2017-18 season of Formula E. Although it will be the 'Season Five' season that marks a true revolution in the category of electric cars of the FIA, the truth is that in the 'Season Four' there will be noticeable changes. Input, the promoter of the category has designed a much more ambitious schedule goes from twelve to fourteen races, although six of them fall into three double ePrix. With everything, the event will visit new cities like Sao Paulo, Santiago de Chile, Rome or Zurich.
Hong Kong will be the starting point of the 'Four Season' with a double ePrix held in December, a condition which in turn shares New York and Montreal, two appointments will also have two races and the championship will close in July 2018. In between there is a lot of news. Buenos Aires output, Monaco and the dispute of a single race in Berlin is complemented with the arrival of the ePrix of Santiago de Chile, Sao Paulo, Rome and Zurich. Switzerland will host the first-ever motor racing circuit since 1955.
Recoradar fits in the previous World Motor Sport Council already approved some changes to the Technical and Sporting Regulations of Formula E in order to make progressive evolution towards 'Season Five'. Among the measures taken is the removal of one of the free when there are two races during the same ePrix, increased 3 to 6 promotional days three days circuit to promote the 'road shows' and the integration of a day of testing during the season and another test session intended for rookies. Further, race the cars increase their power from 170 to 180 kW.
provisional schedule of Formula E 2017-18
|02-03 December 2017||Hong Kong||Hong Kong|
|January 13, 2018||Marrakech||Morocco|
|February 3, 2018||Santiago de Chile *||Chile|
|March 3, 2018||Mexico City||Mexico|
|March 17, 2018||Sao Paulo*||Brazil|
|April 14, 2018||Rome*||Italy|
|April 28, 2018||Paris*||France|
|May 19, 2018||Berlin||Germany|
|June 10, 2018||Zurich *||Switzerland|
|07-08 July 2018||NY||U.S|
|28-29 July 2018||Montreal||Glen|
* ePrix new
Photos: FIA Formula E