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Formula E news - Teams, calendar and schedule, standings, TV details, Fanboost - 2019 preview

Formula E 2019 - Preview of teams, TV info and calendar ahead of new season

05/11/2018 at 13:23Updated 05/11/2018 at 15:42

The 2019 Formula E season is soon to get underway. Here is a preview guide including the teams, calendar, schedule, results and TV info.

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CALENDAR / SCHEDULE

Round 1: Ad Diriyah, Saudi Arabia - December 15

Round 2: Marrakesh, Morocco - January 12

Round 3: Santiago, Chile - January 26

Round 4: Mexico City, Mexico - February 16

Round 5: Hong Kong - March 10

Round 6: Sanya, China - March 23

Round 7: Rome, Italy - April 13

Round 8: Paris, France - April 27

Round 9: Monte Carlo, Monaco - May 11

Round 10: Berlin, Germany - May 25

Round 11: Bern, Switzerland - June 22

Round 12: New York City, USA - July 13

Round 13: New York City, USA - July 14

Ma Qinghua, NIO Formula E Team. on July 14, 2018 in New York, United States

Ma Qinghua, NIO Formula E Team. on July 14, 2018 in New York, United StatesGetty Images

RESULTS / STANDINGS

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TEAMS

The following teams will be competing in the 2019 season:

  • Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler
  • BMW I Andretti Motorsport
  • Envision Virgin Racing
  • Dragon
  • Panasonic Jaguar Racing
  • Mahindra Racing
  • NIO
  • DS Techeetah
  • Venturi
  • Nissan e.dams
  • HWA Racelab

TV INFO

Eurosport Player will show LIVE coverage from every round of the FIA Formula E championship...

FANBOOST

The innovation of Fanboost sees fans get the opportunity to assist their favourite driver via an extra power surge.

For each race, fans can vote through social media channels which driver they want to receive the boost with the poll closing after the opening six minutes of the race having started six days before.

The three winning Fanboost drivers each receive an extra 100 kJ of energy which can be deployed in a special power window between 180 kW and 200 kW.

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