Cape Town, Vancouver and Seoul, new appointments on 21/22

The new provisional calendar features three new cities. The competition goes from 12 to 16 events and will be the season with the most races in history. Paris will return in 2023.


With four events yet to be contested this season, Formula E and the FIA have released the calendar this afternoon in relation to next year's eighth season. The 21/22 will have three new locations: Cape Town, Vancouver and Seoul, of which only the South Korean city will have two races. The South African city will once again enjoy another round of the FIA World Championship, something it had not done since 1993.

The first E-Prix of the season will be in Saudi Arabia as it happened this year. The big news will be that Spain will not have any event in the great electric car competition. Its fall from the calendar, marks the return of China and Berlin on the calendar. The competition will end with New York and London, as it will be this year, plus the sum of Seoul as the last appointment of the season. In addition, Monaco is established as an annual event after being the first time this year for the Principality in the championship.

In the official statement of Formula E, the competition has given a great exclusive. In 2023, Paris will host Season 9. With the arrival of the new Gen3 cars, the French city will return after two consecutive years of absence due to the pandemic. In addition, it will have two events. Formula E argues that the French capital will welcome the Allianz E-Village, thus continuing its strong support for electric mobility and such research that promotes clean mobility.

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