Formula E 2024-25 calendar announced for first Gen3 Evo season

Two cities will return to the Season 11 Formula E calendar and Misano has been dropped

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Formula E have announced its provisional calendar for the 2024-25 season, which will be the first campaign for the new Gen3 Evo car. The schedule, pending approval by the FIA World Motorsport Council, includes 17 races across 11 iconic venues.

A record-breaking 17 races await the drivers and teams, including the return of Miami and Jakarta, plus double-headers in Monaco and Tokyo. Italy’s Misano event from 2024 has been dropped, so there are just three European locations.

The season will begin in December for the first time since 2019 in Sao Paulo and will end on July 26-27 at the London ExCel, which is expected to host Formula E for the last time in 2025.

“For Season 11 we’re taking electric racing to the next level and doings things never been done before in motorsport,” said Formula E CEO Jeff Dodds.

“Our world-leading Gen3 Evo will debut in front of hundreds of millions of fans around the globe, while adding two brand new locations and combinations of double-headers to grow our sport further.

“The new and improved calendar offers a perfect blend of circuits for drivers to push their upgraded cars to the limit, while staying true to our street racing DNA and the on-track action it produces.”

The 2024/2025 Formula E Calendar
The 2024/2025 Formula E Calendar

The Formula E 2024/2025 calendar

The Season 11 campaign kicks off in Sao Paulo on December 7 2024, following pre-season testing in Valencia from 4-7 November 2024.

Diriyah will host the season’s first double-header on February 14-15, 2025. An event on March 8 will be named in the autumn as talks continue between Formula E and several cities.

Miami, returning for the first time since Season 1, will feature a new location at Homestead-Miami Speedway on April 12, leveraging its rich history of NASCAR and IndyCar events.

Monaco will make history by hosting separate back-to-back races on the full Circuit de Monaco, on May 3-4 highlighting the intense competition and excitement of Formula E.

Following the success of the inaugural Tokyo E-Prix, where public roads were closed for an automotive event for the first time, a double-header will occur on 17-18 May 2025.

Nyck de Vries of Mahindra during 2024 Tokyo E-Prix practice | Formula E

Shanghai will follow two weeks later on the shortened F1 track at the end of May, before Jakarta also returns after a one-year break on June 21.

Two European locations will round out the season with a Berlin double-header on July 12 and 13, then two races in London on July 26-27.

“We’re thrilled to offer a calendar with some fresh new highlights while building on our legacy locations,” said Formula E co-founder Alberto Longo.

“Returning to Miami gives us a home in one of the US’s most iconic and sports-mad cities, while securing a double-header in Monaco is a dream come true.

“We can’t wait to build on the success of Tokyo and deliver a double-header, while returning to Jakarta and entertaining our huge Indonesian fanbase too.

“With 17 races across the season and our most advanced race car debuting on track, we’re offering our fans cutting edge sport we could only have hoped for when founding the championship just over 10 years ago.” 

John Smithhttps://total-motorsport.com
Editor at Total-Motorsport.com and all round Motorsport journalist specialising in Formula 1, IndyCar and Formula E.
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