Formula E races take place on specially-designed street circuits in city centres. This takes the sport to the spectators, not the other way round.
In Season 6 (2019/2020), a total of 14 Formula E races will be taking place in 12 countries on five continents around the globe.
Race 1 and 2 – Diriyah, Saudi Arabia
Located on the outskirts of the capital Riyadh, the course is one of the most demanding in the motor racing calendar. The track features 21 turns and, in comparison to all the other Formula E tracks, it has one of the longest straights in the championship. The circuit offers plenty of diversity for drivers with a variety of slow, medium and fast turns. From turns 1 to 14 especially, the track keeps alternating between left and right turns. The first section is dominated by medium to fast turns while the second section with narrow passages is more characteristic of other classic Formula E tracks. It’s difficult to find another track like it with its combination of uphill and downhill sections along the entire circuit.
Track length: 2,494 km
Number of turns: 21
Right turns: 12
Left turns: 9
Matt Campbell and Jaxon Evans have been named as part of the newly-established Porsche Esports team which will tackle the virtual 24 Hours of Le Mans on 13/14 June. Porsche will field four 2017-spec Porsche 911 RSR in the GTE class, the same class they contest in the real world.
Double victory for Sebastian Job (Red Bull Racing Esports) at round three of the 2020 Porsche TAG Heuer Esports Supercup. Last year’s champion Joshua Rogers (VRS Coanda Simsport) from Australia finished in second place and is now the new series leader.