Founded in 2014, FIA Formula E has established itself as one of the world’s leading motorsport championships.
The all-electric series is centred around sustainable technology, thus attracting some of the biggest names in the automotive world. Powerhouses such as Mercedes, Porsche, Audi, Jaguar and BMW have joined the championship since its inception, with Formula E acting as a competitive platform to test and develop the latest in electric technology.
Formula E’s ability to attract major car manufacturers has meant the series has benefitted from a plethora of driver talent. Its grid is only bettered by Formula 1, with the likes of Jean-Éric Vergne, Stoffel Vandoorne, Nyck de Vries and Lucas di Grassi all spearheading the championship in recent years.
In 2020, Formula E gained official FIA world championship status, elevating the series to new heights. For the upcoming season, Formula E is introducing its all-new ‘Gen 3’ car - a faster electric car capable of 350 KW of power, running at speeds of up to 320km/h.
With electric technology advancing year-on-year, Formula E is only on the up with its street-based schedule giving fans incredible action around some of the world’s most iconic cities.