Formula E returns to France, the ancestral home of motorsport, for the the 2018 FIA Formula E Paris E-Prix at Circuit des Invalides

Tickets are now on sale!

See the action live and don’t miss out on our exclusive early bird offer with a 20% discounts on a limited number of tickets within the exclusive “Start Line Zone” until 31st December.  During the discount window tickets will cost just €44, with further discounts available for students and fans over the age of 60. Tickets for children are free when acquired with a paid ticket of a parent or guardian. Access to the Allianz E-Village will be free of charge for all fans. (terms& conditions apply).

To purchase tickets online, head over to All tickets are subject to availability.

Register below for the latest race information.


How to get there

By public transport: Métro (some close by stations will be closed on the day but further info to be communicated at later date), RER (Invalides station should remain open on the day) and Bus (routes will be deviated and exact information will be communicated closer to date) - any changes in information will be communicated here once known.
Arriving by car is not recommended as there is no parking available on site.


Off-track Entertainment

Away from the track, there's the Allianz E-Village - a full day festival of entertainment and innovation for families and fans of all ages. 

As well as being home to the driver autograph session, there's the opportunity to get involved with a variety of fantastic displays and activities, such as:

  • The latest electric & hybrid vehicles in the Drive Zone
  • The chance to compete against the Formula E drivers within the Gaming Zone
  • Attend the autograph session and meet your favourite drivers before the race
  • Enjoy live music on the Main Stage
  • Sample a range of authentic local food and drink in the Taste Zone

With activities for fans of all ages, the Allianz E-Village is the chance to experience all Formula E has to offer away from the track. Be sure to stay to the end to enjoy the podium celebrations too!


Circuit des Invalides

Round Eight will see Formula E return to the picturesque Circuit des Invalides, in the heart of the city for more world-class racing action.

At just 1.9 kilometres, Circuit des Invalides is one of the most compact tracks in the calendar. With a tight course around the historic Les Invalides complex, former winner and hometown team Renault e.dams driver Sebastien Buemi will be looking to retain his title.