Season 9 Calendar revealed

The ABB FIA Formula E World Championship will expand in Season 9 and the debut of the Gen3 race car to include more E-Prix races in more world cities with more race teams on the Formula E grid than ever before.

The season 9 provisional calendar was published yesterday by Formula E and the Federation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) following ratification by the FIA World Motorsport Council and with the support of local ASNs (National Automobile Clubs) for each city.

The planned schedule for next season which currently features 18 races between January and July 2023 on street circuits in 13 world cities, beating the previous record of 16 races in 10 different cities.

Pre Season TestValencia, SpainDec 11th – 14th
Round 1Mexico City, MexicoJan 14th
Round 2Diriyah, Saudi ArabiaJan 27th
Round 3Diriyah, Saudi ArabiaJan 28th
Round 4Hyderabad, India*Feb 11th
Round 5TBDFeb 25th
Round 6TBDMarch 11th
Round 7 Sao Paulo, Brazil*March 25th
Round 8Berlin, GermanyApril 22nd
Round 9MonacoMay 6th
Round 10Seoul, South Korea*May 20th
Round 11Seoul, South Korea*May 21st
Round 12Jakarta, IndonesiaJune 3rd
Round 13Jakarta, IndonesiaJune 4th
Round 14TBDJune 24th
Round 15Rome, ItalyJuly 15th
Round 16Rome, ItalyJuly 16th
Round 17London, UKJuly 29th
Round 18London, UKJuly 30th
* Subject to circuit homologation.

From Round 1 in Mexico City to the climax of Season 9 in London, the stage is set for the most successful Formula E season yet. Engineers and sustainability experts at the FIA and Formula E have worked together to build the Gen3, a race car that proves how high performance and sustainability can powerfully co-exist without compromise. We welcome Maserati back to motorsport for the first time in decades alongside McLaren Racing and the incredible roster of teams and manufacturers that makes Formula E unique. We expect Season 9 to continue our momentum of growing the global fanbase for the sport.

Jamie Reigle, Chief Executive Officer Formula E.

The Season 9 calendar of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship is our most expansive and dynamic racing schedule yet and I cannot wait to get started. We will continue to push the international boundaries of all-electric street racing with E-Prix in Hyderabad and São Paulo, while maintaining the hugely popular races in Diriyah, Mexico City, Berlin, Monaco, Rome and London with Jakarta and Seoul now established on the calendar. We are also working hard to include Cape Town and a race in the USA when the provisional calendar is updated later this year.

Alberto Longo, Co-Founder and Chief Championship Officer.

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