Making a return to Punta del Este, Formula E brings all-electric racing back to the picturesque Playa Brava Beach...

Tickets are now on sale with grandstand tickets available for just $50USD & standing tickets available for $10USD. 

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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 Mumm champagne celebrations too!

SATURDAY
START END ACTIVITY PLACE
08:00 18:30 E-Village Open E-Village
08:00 08:45 NON QUALIFYING PRACTICE 1 Track
10:30 11:00 NON QUALIFYING PRACTICE 2 Track
12:00 12:45 QUALIFYING Track
12:45 13:00 SUPER POLE Track
13:45 14:00 E-Race E-Village (Gaming Arena)
14:00 14:30 Autograph Session E-Village (Gaming Arena)
15:00 15:10 Driver Parade Track
16:03 17:00 2018 CBMM Niobium Punta del Este E-Prix Track
17:00 Podium Ceremony Podium
 
 

Punta Del Este Street Circuit

Having played host to Formula E in Season One and Two, Punta del Este saw TECHEETAH's Jean-Eric Vergne on pole in his first ever Formula E race in 2014 while Renault e.dams' Sebastien Buemi took the top step on the podium. Season Two saw former champion Nelson Piquet Jn. crash out in spectacular fashion while Buemi claimed held onto his title as the race winner for the second consecutive year. Will he be able to claim his hattrick this year?

The 2.785km circuit hugs the coast before doubling back on itself. With 20 turns, "it’s the most unique track," said winner Sebastien Buemi. "With a lot of quick, tight chicanes. It’s a very high-speed circuit." Located on the sun-drenched southeastern peninsula of Uruguay, Punta del Este has been a popular coastal location since the early 20th century. 

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