A Short Guide To Formula E
Formula E, formally the Formula E Racing Championship, is an electric car motor sport championship for high performance electric vehicles. The first season of the Formula E Championship was held in 2021 in Beijing, with the event being hosted by the Chinese driver Yian Qi and the organizer CITA. The second season is due to be hosted by the season financer, the Hong Kong businessman Vincent Tsang.
The teams participating in the Formula E Championship include both new manufacturers and teams that have merged with other Formula E organizations. Nissan has been a long time partner of the Formulae Racing championship with their participation dating back to the very first season. They have invested substantial funds in the development of their electric car racer, theism battery powered Nissan Motorsport Cup, as well as employing many of the world class engineers and racing drivers who have previously raced in the premier motor sports events. Lotus is another significant player on the Formulae table having joined forces with the sport organization in 2021. The team is led by Jean-Michel de Pechodoci and has also signed several drivers including former Formula 1 driver Kimi Raikkonen.
In addition to these teams there are more villages that are hosting local amateur competitions for the chance to take part in the Formula E races. The villages include the famous Silverstone in England, Mexico City in Mexico, and Beijing, China. Most of the races take place in the cities that form part of the Formulae race series and some in the countries that form a part of the race series. The teams compete for three stages of the competition, with the first two being the pre-qualifying session and the last two the post-qualifying session.