Formula E reveals 14-round 2020/21 season calendar

Formula E unveils its Season 7 calendar as ROKiT Venturi Racing’s home event returns… 

Formula E’s 2019/20 season may be gearing up for its return this August, but here at ROKiT Venturi Racing, we’re already looking further into the future.

As Season 7 beckons, Formula E has today revealed a provisional 14-race campaign in 12 cities spanning four continents, and from January 16 in Santiago to July 25 in London, we’ll be competing in the series’ first season as a World Championship.

The 2020/21 season will see the return of a number of familiar venues including Mexico City, Diriyah, Sanya, Rome, and Paris while a fourth Monaco E-Prix will take place on May 8 as Formula E returns to the Principality and the home circuit of ROKiT Venturi Racing. 

For the ninth round of the season, we will race in Seoul for the first time on May 23 before visiting Berlin as the German capital remains as the only city to have staged a race in every Formula E season to date.

Concluding the campaign in fine fashion, July 10’s New York City leg marks the penultimate weekend of competition ahead of a double-header finale in London.

2020/21 ABB FIA Formula E World Championship Calendar:

1. Santiago, Chile, January 16, 2021

2. Mexico City, Mexico, February 13, 2021

3. Diriyah, Saudi Arabia, February 26, 2021

4. Diriyah, Saudi Arabia, February 27, 2021

5. Sanya, China, March 13, 2021

6. Rome*, Italy, April 10, 2021

7. Paris, France, April 24, 2021

8. Monaco*, Monaco, May 8, 2021

9. Seoul*, South Korea, May 23, 2021

10. TBC, TBC, June 5, 2021

11. Berlin, Germany, June 19, 2021

12. New York City, USA, July 10, 2021

13. London*, UK, July 24, 2021

14. London*, UK, July 25, 2021

*Subject to circuit homologation 

Susie Wolff, Team Principal

“Season 7 represents a milestone for Formula E as the series gains official World Championship status. Understandably, following the disruption of the current season, we're really looking forward to returning to the iconic cities that we know and love but also some new locations that we unfortunately couldn’t race at this season. May’s home race in Monaco is a particular highlight for us on the calendar, it's also an event that holds many special memories – including a podium for Felipe in 2019. We have a lot to look forward to and it will be great to get back out and race.”