Welcome to the Formula E Wiki!
The Formula E Wiki is a wikia site, set up to provide information on the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship. With Season Seven of the Championship now in progress, everyone at the Wiki is hard at work (when time allows) to make sure that the site is up-to-date to help keep the site going as one of the main sources of FE material.
FIA Formula E Championship
In 2012 the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile, the biggest organisation involved in motorsport, announced a championship dedicated to electrical powered cars, with the 2014/15 season opening round in Beijing heralding a new era of motor racing. With Formula One and the World Endurance Championship increasingly using hybrid systems, the FIA decided to introduce Formula E as a platform to develop purely electrical race cars. Many cite this championship as the future of motorsport as a whole.
The official website for the FIA Formula E World Championship can be found here: FIA Formula E
About the Formula E Wiki
The Formula E Wiki was founded on the 6 July 2014 by JPDurzel, and has been growing ever since thanks to several contributors. That said, there is always more to do (with 411 so far) and so you can help us out and join our community. Just sign up with Wikia and you'll be away!
The Formula E Wiki is currently expanding to cover all of the electrically based motorsports series sanctioned by both the FIA and FIM, not just FE. If you have knowledge on these topics (e.g. FIM MotoE World Cup or Extreme E Championship) please sign up and expand our collective knowledge.
As the founder of the Formula E Wiki, and on behalf of everyone who has contributed so far, I thank you for your interest and hope you will both join us and aid our growing community.JPDurzel (talk) 19:55, October 9, 2015 (UTC)
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Latest FE News
- Lucas di Grassi wins the 2021 Berlin E-Prix I.
- Edoardo Mortara finishes second in Berlin with Mitch Evans in third.
- Nyck de Vries leads the Drivers' Championship with one race to go.
- Fourteen drivers remain in contention for the 2020/21 Championship.
- Six teams have a mathematical chance of taking the Teams' Championship with one race to go.
- Jean-Éric Vergne claims pole position for the 2021 Berlin E-Prix I.
- Alex Lynn secures his maiden victory at the 40th attempt at the 2021 London E-Prix II.
- de Vries and Evans complete the podium in London.