Formula E on Thursday added six races in Rome, Valencia (Spain), Monaco, Marrakech and Santiago de Chile between April and June to its provisional calendar for 2021, bringing the number of ePrixes scheduled for the hour to eight.
The rest of the schedule will be announced “in early spring”, the organizers said in a statement. But they are already announcing that the Paris ePrix, usually run in April, will not be contested this year.
Note that the 2021 financial year, the seventh for Formula E, will be the first to award an FIA world champion title, proof of the growth of this championship launched in 2014-2015. The Marrakech ePrix will take place on May 22.