ABB FIA Formula E World Championship has revealed the schedule for their upcoming 2021/22 season.
There is however no 2021 about it, since the season will start in Saudi Arabia at the end of January, with a double round.
The series will move to Mexico City, Cape Town, and a not yet announced place in China, before the European part of the schedule will start in April with Italy, Monaco, and Germany.
A not yet announced race will happen in June, before it’s Vancouver, two times New York, and two times London – all within the month of July.
The season will end on 13-14 August in Seoul, where the first South Korean race will happen.
The schedule consists of 16 rounds, which is the biggest so far in Formula E history, but it includes a lot of travel around the world.
Other than the three European races in a row, plus Canada and the US within 14 days, all other rounds will jump from continent to continent.
It is a bit strange, that they don’t plan a route around the world, but has chosen to jump so much between continents, with a series that has the environment in focus with the ban on plastic bottles in the paddock, and with their focus on electrifying mobility.
The full schedule looks like this:
|Rd 1 & 2||28 & 29 January 2022||Saudi Arabia||Diriyah|
|Rd 3||12 February 2022||Mexico||Mexico City|
|Rd 4||26 February 2022||South Africa||Cape Town|
|Rd 5||19 March 2022||China||TBD|
|Rd 6||9 April 2022||Italy||Rome|
|Rd 7||30 April 2022||Monaco||Monte Carlo|
|Rd 8||14 May 2022||Germany||Berlin|
|Rd 9||4 June 2022||TBD||TBD|
|Rd 10||2 July 2022||Canada||Vancouver|
|Rd 11 &12||16 & 17 July 2022||USA||New York City|
|Rd 13 & 14||30 & 31 July 2022||United Kingdom||London|
|Rd 15 & 16||13 & 14 August 2022||South Korea||Seoul|