Formula E: The Portland E-Prix, the next Formula E 2023 event, will take place this coming Sunday, June 24. There will be two more double races following this one, but this is the only one-day event of the year. After construction rendered the New York ePrix impossible to hold this year, the competition has moved to its new home in Portland. Furthermore, this is the penultimate race held in the United States before the season concludes in Europe. Winners have come from a wide variety of teams in the Formula E 2023 races, with Maserati taking home the trophy for the first time in the most recent Jakarta ePrix. Roberto Merhi, a former Formula One driver, will be rejoining Mahindra Racing for the inaugural Portland E-Prix. This will be Merhi's second race with the Mahindra Racing.
Formula E Portland E-Prix 2023: Official Schedule
Sat, June 24
Portland E-Prix FP1 - 05:30 am
Portland E-Prix FP2 - 11:00 pm
Sun, June 25
Portland E-Prix Qualifying - 1:10 am
Portland E-Prix Race - 5:33 am
Formula E PortlandE-Prix 2023: Where to Watch in India?
Star Sports Select 2 and Disney+ Hotstar will both air live coverage of the Formula E Jakarta E-Prix 2023 in India, with the latter acting as the primary source for Formula E coverage during the weekend.
Formula E: Portland E-Prix
In Portland, the Formula E championship race is reaching a fever pitch. The big race comes on the 24th of June. The all-electric racing series has been running since 2015, with the inaugural season including races in Long Beach, Miami, and New York.
Portland International Raceway is the location of the event. Modifications to the track layout are possible for the Formula E event. In addition to the IndyCar Grand Prix of Portland and the NASCAR Xfinity Series Pacific Office Automation 147, Green Savoree Racing Promotions will have staged the first E-Prix in 2023.
Formula E: Tokyo Confirmed for 2024
On 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.
The Tokyo Metropolitan Government and Formula E have been working together to bring the event to Tokyo as part of the city's Zero Emission Tokyo initiative. The city has committed to a climate action plan with the goal of producing zero net CO2 emissions by the year 2050.