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THE FUTURE OF SUSTAINABLE RACING

THE FIRST GLOBAL All-ELECTRIC, DUAL-POWER,
OPEN-WHEEL MOTORSPORTS series

Coming in 2024

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What is Formula G?

Formula G is a global all-electric motorsports series that will race as a support series, using the world’s first dual powered race car. Formula G’s inaugural season, commencing in late 2024, will feature independent championships in four regions, each with 10 team franchises.

With a race car with the unique technical ability to be raced at reduced power by one driver, and then at full power by a more experienced driver, each race event will see 20 competing in the reduced-power race FG-2, and 20 competing in the full powered FG-1 Championship.

Formula G is poised to bring affordable, accessible, exciting, and competitive green energy open-wheel racing to motorsports fans around the world.

News

Dec 11, 2023

Formula G receives prestigious Idea of the Year prize at Sport BILD Motorsport Awards

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Nov 23, 2023

QEV Technologies to join forces with Formula G as Technical Partner

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Nov 2, 2023

ACE Championship, the all-electric racing concept, announces its rebranding as Formula G

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A WORLD FIRST

THE SAME CAR USED FOR EACH RACE – TWO POWER LEVELS


Formula G will be made up of two series. In a world first, the same car will be used in both levels, meaning teams can run four drivers in two Championships with two vehicles - an opportunity afforded by the technological advancements the series will deliver.

FG-1 is the pinnacle of the series. Professional drivers will race at full power with speeds over 180 mph

FG-2 is our entry level developer series. Emerging drivers master their single seater race skills racing at reduced power with speeds over 150 mph.

Formula G POWERPARK
THE HEART OF THE CHAMPIONSHIP

Formula G will be housed in its own ‘Powerpark’ to be located in one of the key territories. This motorsport ‘campus’ will be the centre for all the technical and logistical aspects of the two championships and will house the entire paddock between events.

It will also provide state of the art training facilities for the drivers who will hone their mental and physical skills to reach the peak of their potential whilst completing educational programmes and media, marketing and promotional training to allow them to manage all aspects of their progress.

Similarly, the Powerpark will be home to training facilities for young engineers and mechanics who will learn their skills on and off the track. This will be a unique facility where careers will be nurtured and opportunities provided in all areas of the motorsport employment sector.

Why G?

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A Global Championship

Racing in Four Regions

10 team franchises per region 4 drivers, 2 cars per team

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Europe & Africa

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EAST ASIA*

*coming in 2026
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SOUTHWEST
ASIA

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AMERICAS

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Latam

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EUROPE & AFRICA

– Barcelona / Valencia

– Rome / Mugello

– Brands Hatch / Donington

– Berlin / Norisring

– Cape Town / Marrakech

– Portimao / Stockholm

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EAST ASIA

– Jakarta

– Shanghai / Zhuzhou

– Yeongam

– Fuji / Buriram

– Kuala Lumpur

– Manila

2
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SOUTHWEST ASIA

– Jeddah / Riyadh

– Dubai / Abu Dhabi

– Kuwait

– Doha

– Hyderabad

– Chennai / Goa

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AMERICAS

– Portland / Seattle

– Toronto

– Vancouver

– Detroit

– Mexico

– São Paulo / Chile

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LATAM

– Mexico

– São Paulo

– Chile

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THE CAR

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