Formula E: The first preliminary 2024 Formula E season race schedule was released, and it includes Tokyo. There are still three race destinations up in the air, but the schedule contains no mention of returning to India at this time. In the current ninth season of Formula E, India hosted its first-ever race in Hyderabad in the month of February. The promoters have not yet announced the sites for the next events on February 10 and 24, as well as the one scheduled for late May 2024. The tenth season is scheduled to begin in January 2024, with the first race happening in Mexico City, Mexico, and the second taking place that night in Saudi Arabia. On March 30, 2024, Tokyo, Japan will host the series' seventh round race for the first time. Near Tokyo Bay, close to the Tokyo International Exhibition Centre, is where the race will take place.
Formula E: 2024 Season 10 Provisional Calendar
After a successful, sold-out season opener in Season 9, the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship will return to Mexico City on Saturday, January 13.
While advanced talks are still ongoing with a variety of possible host cities, Formula E has left three rounds of the 17-race provisional schedule as To Be Determined (TBD). This would allow the championship to construct additional showcase racing events in renowned worldwide locales.
|1||1||Mexico City, Mexico||Jan-13|
|2||2 &3||Diriyah, Saudi Arabia||Jan 26 & 27|
|5||6||São Paulo, Brazil||Mar-16|
|7||8 & 9||Rome, Italy||Apr 13 & 14|
|8||10||Monaco, Principality of Monaco||Apr-27|
|9||11 & 12||Berlin, Germany||May 11 & 12|
|12||15||Portland, United States||Jun-29|
|13||16 & 17||London, United Kingdom||Jul 20 & 21|
Formula E: Tokyo Confirmed
On Saturday, March 30, 2024, the city of Tokyo will host the first-ever FIA-sanctioned world championship racing event. At the Tokyo Big Sight convention centre on the waterfront of Tokyo Bay, twenty-two drivers from eleven teams will compete in a race using the cutting-edge GEN3 race vehicle, the fastest, lightest, most powerful, most efficient electric race car ever produced.
“We are excited to take Formula E to the streets of Tokyo next season," said Alberto Longo, Co-Founder & Chief Championship Officer, Formula E. "It is an iconic world city providing the perfect backdrop to showcase the unique qualities of our sport and will capture global attention. The Season 10 calendar represents our ongoing mission to create a dynamic schedule of new cities hosting races for the first or second time like Tokyo, São Paulo and Portland alongside established hosts like Berlin, Rome, London, Monaco, Diriyah and now Jakarta.”
As part of the Zero Emission Tokyo goal, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government and Formula E have been collaborating to bring the event to the city. The city has committed to a climate action plan with the goal of producing zero net CO2 emissions by the year 2050.