The ABB FIA Formula E World Championship returns again this Friday and Saturday, 28 and 29 January in Diriyah, with the opening rounds of season 8 from the historic heart of Saudi Arabia with the public once again present to watch the races from the grandstands. Season number 8 promises to be exciting and full of new features. An ultra-competitive starting grid of 12 teams and 22 top drivers from all over the world will compete for the top spot in the only all-electric single-seater championship.
Formula E is becoming increasingly popular and interesting.
First and foremost, it represents a topical and heartfelt theme and at the same time embodies the most fun and exciting aspects of motor racing. It is fast, exciting and thrilling, but it is also future-oriented, sustainable and modern. It’s a compelling and intelligent mix at a time when issues such as carbon footprint, smart mobility and renewable energy are high on the agenda of every company and institution.
So here is the calendar for the 16 races of the Formula E 2022 season.
10 beautiful cities, 10 incredible street circuits, a unique spectacle not to be missed.
Diriyah Jan 28
Diriyah Jan 29
Mexico City Feb 12
Rome Apr 09
Rome Apr 10
Munich Apr 30
Berlin May 14
Berlin May 15
Jakarta Jun 04
Vancouver Jul 02
New York Jul 16
New York Jul 17
London Jul 30
London Jul 31
Seoul Aug 13
Seoul Aug 14
Formula E: Where to watch the electric championship
- UK: Channel 4 Sport YouTube, All 4, Eurosport 1, Eurosport 2, Eurosport Player
- Germany: ProSieben, ProSieben Maxx, Ran.de, Eurosport Player
- Italy: SportMediaset.it, Channel 20, Italia 1, Sky Sports Action
- Spain: Eurosport 1, Eurosport 2, Eurosport Player
- Monaco: La Chaîne L’Équipe, L’Equipe.fr
- France: La Chaîne L’Équipe, L’Equipe.fr, Eurosport 2, Eurosport 1, Eurosport Player
- Mexico: Azteca Deportes, Fox Sports 3, Claro Sport
- Canada: TVA Sports
- America: CBS Online, CBS Sports Network
- Brazil: Tv Cultura, SporTV3
- India: Hotstar, Star Sports Select 2, Star Sports 2
- Japan: Jsports3, BS Fuji