The ABB FIA Formula E Championship still has six remaining races on the 2019/20 schedule, but they have just released the first edition of the 2020/21 schedule.
There won’t be much 2020 about it, since the season only starts in January 2021 in Chile. That event is followed by Mexico, Saudi Arabia and China, before two races in Europe is followed by South Korea, which missed out on their debut race in 2020.
The race in the start of June is still to be confirmed, before the season finishes off in Berlin, New York and London.
Indonesia was on the 2020 schedule, but a mix of the COVID-19 situation and disagreements in the local government, got that event taken off the calendar again – and it’s unlikely for it to reappear on this version.
The schedule is not final since nobody knows how the COVID-19 develops throughout the world, but at least the teams have a few dates to aim at – and that they won’t go racing until January 2021.
|16 January 2021||Chile||Santiago de Chile|
|13 February 2021||Mexico||Mexico City|
|26 February 2021||Saudi Arabia||Diriyah|
|27 February 2021||Saudi Arabia||Diriyah|
|13 March 2021||China||Sanya|
|10 April 2021||Italy||Rome|
|24 April 2021||France||Paris|
|08 May 2021||Monaco||Monaco|
|23 May 2021||South Korea||Seoul|
|05 June 2021||TBC||TBC|
|19 June 2021||Germany||Berlin|
|10 July 2021||USA||New York City|
|24 July 2021||United Kingdom||London|
|25 July 2021||United Kingdom||London|