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Formula E

Formula E reveals record-breaking calendar as new American race confirmed

Formula E has released its calendar for the 2024/25 season, which will see the introduction of the record-breaking Gen3.5.

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The 2024/25 Formula E calendar has been revealed following approval by the FIA World Motor Sport Council on Tuesday, with it consisting of a record-breaking 17 races. 

Several Formula E favourites have remained, whilst there are also new venues on the biggest calendar in the championship's history. 

São Paulo will kickstart the 11th season of Formula E on the same weekend as F1's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on December 7, marking the all-electric championship's return to starting its season prior to Christmas. In total, there are six calendar clashes with F1. 

Mexico City remains in its traditional January slot, whilst Diriyah has been bumped to mid-February, before the first new race on the calendar takes place (currently TBD). 

Whilst it heads there at the end of this month for a double-header, Portland will not return in Season 11 and has been replaced by the Homestead-Miami Speedway in Miami, used previously by NASCAR and IndyCar. 

Monaco and Tokyo follow, with both for 2025 being doubleheaders, in a huge move for the championship. 

After a surprisingly successful debut, Shanghai then returns, whilst Jakarta is also welcomed back after not hosting a race in Season 10 due to elections. 

WEC clash

Berlin  – which will clash with WEC's Interlagos round despite attempts to avoid it– and London complete the season, whilst there is one 'To Be Determined' slot which has been confirmed by CEO Jeff Dodds as being a new venue. 

Dodds is very confident that the city expected to take the TBD slot after the Diriyah double-header will be announced in due course. It will also be a street circuit.

The city of Chiang Mai in Thailand is known to be on the verge of hosting a race, with a potential layout having been leaked on social media. However, Dodds has not revealed if the TBD venue is Chiang Mai.

It means Misano and Italy in general has been dropped, in a big blow to Italian manufacturer Maserati. Despite hosting the season finale once again, the future of the London E-Prix remains in the balance. 

Berlin once again clashing with a WEC round is significant, as it could very well have an impact on the driver market. 

Interestingly, after a recent surge of permanent venues, Formula E has returned to its roots for Season 11, with less than 25% of the calendar being on traditional circuits. 

The next campaign will, of course, see the introduction of the Gen3.5 car, the fastest accelerating FIA single-seater. 

Gen4 is also around the corner in 2026, with Dodds having revealed to select media including RacingNews365 that the calendar could increase to a maximum of 20 races.

2024/25 Formula E calendar

Round City/Country Date
1 São Paulo, Brazil 7 December 2024
2 Mexico City, Mexico 11 January 2025
3 & 4 Diriyah, Saudi Arabia 14 & 15 February 2025
5 TBD 8 March 2025
6 Miami, United States 12 April 2025
7 & 8 Monte-Carlo, Monaco 3 & 4 May 2025
9 & 10 Tokyo, Japan 17 & 18 May 2025
11 & 12 Shanghai, China 31 May & 1 June 2025
13 Jakarta, Indonesia 21 June 2025
14 & 15 Berlin, Germany 12 & 13 July 2025
16 & 17 London, UK 26 & 27 July 2025

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