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Formula E

Formula E calendar 2023

The full race calendar for season 9 of the electric racing championship is now confirmed with the new cars set to take to the track in January.

Formula E 2022 season Valencia Test race
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Formula E will race in Portland for the first time in 2023 to ensure the United States remains on the calendar in season nine of the electric racing championship.

Previous E-Prixs in America have been held in Brooklyn, New York but renovation work at the dockside venue meant that it is unable to host an event in the coming season - one that will feature all-new cars.

The decision was confirmed at a meeting of the World Motor Sport Council, with the calendar set to feature 16 races across 11 countries from January to July.

Countries like India, South Africa and Brazil are set to host their first E-Prixs, while the full Monaco Grand Prix layout also returns.

The Gen3 cars will feature in-race re-charging for the first time, with drivers being forced to swap cars mid-race in Gen1, while there is a power boost from the Gen2 era which closed at the end of season eight.

2022-23 Formula E calendar

Round Country Venue Date
1 Mexico Mexico City January 14th
2 Saudi Arabia Al-Diriyah January 27th
3 Saudi Arabia Al-Diriyah January 28th
4 India Hyderabad February 11th
5 South Africa Cape Town February 25th
6 Brazil Sao Paulo March 25th
7 Germany Berlin April 22nd
8 Germany Berlin April 23rd
9 Monaco Monte Carlo May 6th
10 Indonesia Jakarta June 3rd
11 Indonesia Jakarta June 4th
12 United States Portland June 24th
13 Italy Rome July 15th
14 Italy Rome July 16th
15 Great Britain London July 29th
16 Great Britain London July 30th

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