Come and experience the thrill of Formula E for the first time at ExCeL London, with early bird tickets now on sale for the ABB FIA Formula E Championship season finale on July 25 & 26, 2020.
With exciting electric racing taking place on track and being kept busy in-between sessions with food stalls, live acts and entertainment - the London E-Prix will be an unmissable event as part of a British summer of sport and a fun day out for all the family.
Special discounted rates for single day grandstand seats and access to the Allianz E-Village is available online up until December 3, with children under the age of 15 able to access the dedicated fan zone for free.
Bring friends and family to come along and experience everything Formula E has to offer, with pop-up stands showcasing technologies of tomorrow and activities lined-up around the Allianz E-Village, housed inside the event halls of ExCeL London.
All ticket holders can test their skills on simulator rigs in the Gaming Arena, with the fastest fans earning the chance to sit alongside the stars of Formula E in the E-Race - only hours before the lights go out for the real race later the same day.
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With Britain being the most represented nation on the grid, with five drivers holding seats in season six, the home heroes will be pinning their hopes on remaining in title contention for when the ABB FIA Formula E Championship arrives in London.
Returning to the UK capital for the first time since 2016, the race will be held around the iconic Royal Docks and ExCeL London, using a unique track which is a world-first in motorsport - going both indoors and outdoors.
A British driver is still yet to win the Formula E title, but with five drivers - headed-up by Londoner Sam Bird - fans could see a home driver lift the trophy come July.
Bird, who has raced in every E-Prix since the inception of the series in 2014, is relishing a return to London with the aim to send fans home happy.
“Hopefully we can give the fans something to shout about,” said the Envision Virgin Racing driver. “There is a major fanbase growing in the UK, so it was very important to have a race in London. Having the indoor/outdoor track at the ExCeL London makes it extra special, especially this year where we have the strongest line-up of drivers and manufacturers in motorsport.”
Other British drivers include BMW i Andretti Motorsport driver Alexander Sims, Cambridge Blue Oliver Turvey for NIO 333, Panasonic Jaguar Racing’s James Calado and Nissan e.dams’ Oliver Rowland.
As the reigning ‘Rookie of the Year’, Rowland will be one to watch - the Barnsley man surprising even himself with some incredible performances after replacing Red Bull’s Alexander Albon just a month out from starting last season at Nissan e.dams.
With nine different winners last season and big-name drivers such as reigning two-time champion Jean-Eric Vergne, ex-Ferrari star Felipe Massa and recently crowned Formula 2 champion Nyck de Vries, Formula E is set to be as unpredictable and competitive as ever.
But Rowland admits he still has his sights set on lifting the drivers’ championship in front of the fans in London.
“I’m super excited for London,” Rowland said. “It will be nice to get all the family and friends down, hopefully I’m still in with a shout of the title come the race!”
The ABB FIA Formula E Championship gets underway in Diriyah on November 22 & 23, live across BBC online platforms and Eurosport 2 from 11:30 (GMT) each day.
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Samuel Wakefield, Communications Director at CSM (Formula E UK)
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