Race Calendar

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01 Hong Kong, China

9 October 2016

Hong Kong is an enormously vibrant city, and a major gateway to China. At the south-eastern tip of China, Hong Kong covers Hong Kong Island, Lantau Island, the Kowloon Peninsula and the New Territories, including 262 outlying islands. Between Hong Kong Island and the Kowloon Peninsula lies Victoria Harbour, one of the world's most renowned deep-water harbours. It’s time to get excited as the Hong Kong ePrix is set to be a thrilling start to the season.

Hong Kong

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02 Marrakesh, Morocco

12 November 2016

The wonderfully exotic Moroccan city of Marrakesh offers so much, from reliable year-round temperatures and mouth-watering local cuisine to fascinating historic sites and other landmarks, from golf on six courses to treks in the Atlas. If you look carefully, you’ll also spot a number of creative new boutiques and galleries. They signify the evolving face of the medina as a new generation of craftsmen and artists try to connect the city’s hankering for modernity with its traditional craft heritage. New to the Formula E map, Marrakesh is the second race on the Formula E calendar

Marrakesh

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03 Buenos Aires, Argentina

18 February 2017

Each of the 48 districts of this capital city are distinctly different. Buenos Aires has it all - from the colour-soaked craziness of La Boca to the hip boutiques of Palermo, from the downtown window shopping of Microcentro to the underground nightlife of San Telmo. Be sure to join an organised tourist group if you want to catch an essential Super Clasico football match, but remember - you are also required to tango... So down an extra shot of that black Argentinian coffee and head for a Milonga after midnight and slam your heels 'til dawn. This is Pechito’s hometown so hopefully we can expect exciting things!

Buenos Aires

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04 Mexico City, Mexico

1 April 2017

One of the largest metropolitan areas in the Western hemisphere, Mexico City is famed for its Aztec architecture, colourful gastronomy and passionate locals. Steeped in history, the largest city in the Americas captivates all that visit. Tourists flock from far and wide, kept content by the balmy climate, and fascinating culture at every turn. Housing the most museums for any city in the world, in addition to 100 art galleries and 30 concert halls, Mexico City also boasts hotspots including the cobblestone streets of Centro Histórico, the city’s historic downtown area, and the amazing outdoor restaurants of Polanco. We hope to be enjoying all of it with a few of those locals, after a successful race, margarita in hand, of course.

Mexico City

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05 Monaco, France

13 May 2017

Monaco is located in Western Europe, along the southeastern coast of France. Monaco’s 4 kilometers of coastline is along the area known as the French Riviera (Côte d’Azur), which has some of the world’s most beautiful beaches along the Mediterranean Sea. Monaco borders France on all three of its land borders, but Italy’s coast is only a few kilometers away. Famous for its glamour and race cars, Monaco is a natural addition to the Formula E circuit.

Monaco

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06 Paris, France

20 May 2017

The City of Light joined Formula E in season 2 and what an amazing venue it was. As well as being home territory for the DS brand, it meant we got to sample the (in)famous Eurostar croque-monsieurs again, which we developed a worrying taste for during our regular trips to Paris during 2014 as we finalised our partnership with DS. We’ll be hoping to sample a few more French delicacies when we return this year, of a higher quality mind you, namely, a large helping of champagne as we stand atop the podium at the second ever Paris ePrix. Romantic thinking? Well, it wouldn’t be Paris without it!

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07-08 Berlin, Germany

10-11 June 2017

The essential European city to visit right now for fashion, art, design and music, perhaps the best vantage point to take in the 'eternally unfinished' Berlin is from the glass-roofed Reichstag. But remember to get a feel for life in old East Berlin in the DDR museum and walk the Berlin Wall at the East Side Gallery. Getting around by bike is easy - from the market stalls in Mauer Park to the boutiques of North Mitte. But dare you traverse the 'clubbing mile' in Friedrichshain? It may take a whole hedonistic weekend to work through the contagious energy on offer.

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9-10 New York, USA

15-16 July

The grande finale on the Formula E Season 3 calendar just happens to be one of the most exciting cities in the world! Hello New York, New York. From Wall Street's skyscrapers to the neon of Times Square to Central Park's leafy paths, New York City pulses with an irrepressible energy. History meets hipness in this global center of entertainment, fashion, media, and finance. What a brilliant way to end the Formula E season.

New York

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11-12 Montreal, Canada

29-30 July 2017

Montreal is North America’s number one host city for international events. Montreal is home to the famous Cirque de Soleil and hosted the Summer Olympics in 1976 and now Formula E is adding to that list! The first double header of the season, the Montreal ePrix will take place on the 15th and 16th July…

Montreal