Formula E Unveils Season 11 Calendar: A Landmark 17-Race Journey

Formula E has unveiled its provisional calendar for Season 11 of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship, marking the largest number of races and locations in the championship’s history. Following validation by the FIA World Motorsport Council, Formula E is set to embark on an electrifying journey across 11 iconic venues as it continues to lead the charge in all-electric racing.

Key Highlights:

  • 17-Race Season: Formula E will complete a 17-race season for the first time, spanning 11 iconic locations worldwide.
  • New Race Locations: Miami and Diriyah join the roster, alongside a double-header in Monaco – a first for the Principality in any motorsport championship – and a double-header in Tokyo.
  • Season Opener: The season kicks off in São Paulo on December 7, 2024, following pre-season testing in Valencia from November 4-7, 2024.
  • GEN3 EVO Debut: The all-new GEN3 EVO race car will make its public debut, boasting remarkable capabilities including a 0-60mph acceleration in just 1.82 seconds – 36% faster than the current GEN3.
  • Sustainability Focus: Ford is striving towards implementing a carbon neutrality pathway for the facility, continuously improving carbon efficiency and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.


  • Jeff Dodds, CEO, Formula E: “For Season 11, we’re taking electric racing to the next level and doing things never been done before in motorsport.”
  • Alberto Longo, Co-Founder & Chief Championship Officer, Formula E: “We’re thrilled to offer a calendar with some fresh new highlights while building on our legacy locations.”
  • Marek Nawarecki, Director, FIA Circuit Sport Department: “The 2024/25 ABB FIA Formula E World Championship calendar features a range of circuits that will truly showcase the qualities of the brand new GEN3 EVO car.”

2024/25 ABB FIA Formula E World Championship Calendar:

  1. Brazil, São Paulo: December 7, 2024
  2. Mexico, Mexico City: January 11, 2025
  3. & 4. Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Diriyah: February 14 & 15, 2025
  4. TBC: March 8, 2025
  5. United States of America, Miami: April 12, 2025
  6. & 8. Principality of Monaco, Monaco: May 3 & 4, 2025
  7. & 10. Japan, Tokyo: May 17 & 18, 2025
  8. & 12. China, Shanghai: May 31 & June 1, 2025
  9. Indonesia, Jakarta: June 21, 2025
  10. & 15. Germany, Berlin: July 12 & 13, 2025
  11. & 17. United Kingdom, London: July 26 & 27, 2025

Stay tuned for the confirmed calendar announcement in the autumn following the FIA’s World Motor Sport Council Meeting.

Source: Fomula E
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