Plans for the rest of the Season 7 calendar are now finalised.

Formula E is continuing to monitor the ongoing situation and is in constant communication with its community of teams, manufacturers, partners, broadcasters and host cities. All races are carried out under strict health and safety protocols, created under guidance from the relevant authorities, including regular testing and bubbling.

Diriyah, Saudi Arabia

When: February 26-27, 2021  

The ABB FIA Formula E World Championship returns to the historic surrounds of Diriyah, a UNESCO World Heritage site, for the third season in-a-row. The double-header spectacular sees Saudi Arabia play host to Formula E's first ever night races. In order to light the track, the latest low-power LED technology will be used, reducing energy consumption by up to 50 per cent compared to non-LED tech. The remaining power for floodlighting will be fully renewable, provided by biofuel.

Rome, Italy

When: April 10, 2021

The ABB FIA Formula E Championship returns to Europe for another showdown on the streets of Rome’s Circuito Cittadino dell'EUR. Last time out in the Italian capital, Mitch Evans battled it out on track to finally claim both his and Jaguar Racing's first win in the series.

Valencia, Spain

When: April 24, 2021

Formula E is all set to make its racing debut at the famous Circuit Ricardo Tormo in Valencia. Usually, the location of Formula E's pre-season test, the Circuit Ricardo Tormo in Valencia now has a berth on the race calendar. The drivers will be familiar with the layout having tested there as recently as December.

Monaco

When: May 8, 2021

The ABB FIA Formula E World Championship is once again set for the iconic, glamourous principality on the French Riviera, and the fourth Monaco E-Prix. Motorsport legend Nelson Piquet famously described racing around the streets of Monte Carlo as 'like riding a bicycle around your living room' such is the ultra-tight, technical nature of the track.

Puebla, Mexico

When: June 29-20, 2021

Although returning to Mexico for the sixth time, this is Formula E’s first visit to the Autodromo Miguel E. Abed, 30 km outside the colourful city of Puebla. With the famous Popocatepetl volcano in the background, the teams will compete on one of the country’s premier racetracks previously used for the likes of NASCAR Mexico and WTCC. In the 2020 Mexico City E-Prix, Mitch Evans was victorious after taking the lead from turn one – something he’ll be looking to repeat in Puebla.

New York, USA

When: July 10-11, 2021

The ABB FIA Formula E World Championship is set for another round of thrilling wheel-to-wheel racing at the Red Hook circuit in Brooklyn. The concrete track winds its way around the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal against a truly iconic backdrop – the Manhattan skyline. Last time out, Mitch Evans claimed another podium finish in the first race of the double-header weekend which closed out the 2018/19 season.

London, UK

When: July 24-25, 2021

All-electric street racing returns to London for the first time since 2016, where the drivers will battle it out around the Royal Docks and ExCeL London exhibition centre. The emissions-free nature of the cars means, in addition to competing along the Thames waterfront outside, the track also features a section inside the ExCeL – a first for top-level international motorsport. Sam Bird previously won his home race in 2015, when the London E-Prix was located in Battersea Park and will be looking to repeat this success at the East London circuit.

Berlin, Germany

When: August 14-15, 2021

After being the location for six races last season in the midst of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, as well as a fixture on the calendar for five of the six previous seasons,  Tempelhof Airport is a track the drivers know inside out. The circuit’s concrete surface can be particularly challenging, taking its toll on both energy levels and race strategies, giving potential for a nail-biting end to the season.