Santiago E-Prix circuit infographic
Graphic shows Santiago E-Prix circuit. (All circuits for the 2019-20 season also available in a set (each 52mm wide) - see GN39663. Jakarta not yet available)


Formula E round 3 hosted in Santiago, Chile

By Tony Mullins

January 18, 2020 - Parque O’Higgins hosts the Santiago E-Prix for the second year. Revisions to the course include modifications to the location and layout of the switchback hairpins, swapping the positions of the pit lane and main straight, and the installation of a new Turn 1 and 2 complex. The chicane along the back stretch has also been eliminated, creating a fast sweeping blast leading into the final turns.

As a result, city officials took the decision to move the race to Parque O'Higgins for the 2018-19 season event. The circuit is a 14 turn, 2.4-km-long track, and uses roads inside the O'Higgins Park, and runs around the Movistar Arena. Lucas Di Grassi won a tense race of attrition for Audi when the first event at the new location was held in 2019.

2019-20 is the sixth season of the FIA Formula E Championship, the world’s first fully electric international single-seater street racing series.

R3 Jan 18, 2020 Santiago, Chile
R4 Feb 15, 2020 Mexico City, Mexico
R5 Feb 29, 2020 Marrakesh, Morocco
R6 Mar 21, 2020 Sanya, China
R7 Apr 4, 2020 Rome, Italy
R8 Apr 18, 2020 Paris, France
R9 May 3, 2020 Seoul, South Korea
R10 Jun 6, 2020 Jakarta, Indonesia - circuit details not yet available
R11 Jun 21, 2020 Berlin, Germany
R12 Jul 11, 2020 New York City, United States
R13 Jul 25, 2020 London, UK
R14 Jul 26, 2020 London, UK

PUBLISHED: 06/01/2020; STORY: Graphic News
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