The city of light drives electric


The FIA Formula E Paris ePrix write a new story in its history the 20th of May 2017, you will live the auto race of the future. For the 2016 edition, Paris saw Lucas Di Grassi shining on the circuit of Invalides, who will be the next?

Register on the Paris ePrix Facebook event page to get all the information on the event > > Paris ePrix Facebook Group



Two days of free entertainment for all generations! Allianz eVillage visitors will be able to discover fun and extraordinary activities, to be enjoyed with family or friends throughout this festive weekend. Technology and innovation will be represented in different ways across the entire village, challenging all minds, young and old. Several performances are also scheduled, including electrical entertainment and concerts for all ages. This is a journey through the universe of the world’s fastest electric race cars where you’ll discover all their secrets. A bespoke experience awaits visitors inside the Allianz eVillage. To find out the full program of these two festive, exciting days, please visit the event’s Facebook page.  


The Allianz eVillage will be open the Friday 19th from 12am to 8pm and the Saturday 7th from 7:30am to 6pm* 

*Subject to change


In the Allianz eVillage, visitors will have the chance to meet the drivers during the autograph session and, will have the best seats in the house for the podium ceremony. The most daring fans will have the opportunity of testing their driving skills on race simulators, where they can win the chance to go head to head with a Formula E driver during the eRace, which will take place in the Allianz eVillage.

*Sous réserve de modifications

*Sous réserve de modifications


In association with the Pris city hall and in order to highlight the electric mobility, the organisation open the circuit for parisians, they can use the same track than Formula E drivers.



The Paris e-prix take place in the center of the capital, 1,93km of track and 14 corners around the famous Invalide place.



The construction of the Hôtel Royal des Invalides, initiated by French King Louis XIV (1638-1715) was originally considered as an act of charity and justice, yet it was also a political gesture.

It favoured the recruitment of volunteers when the French Royal Army was undergoing rapid expansion. The buildings were also a symbol of the monarch’s presence in Paris – as the Sun King remained highly suspicious of its inhabitants following a series of civil war movements.  

The Hôtel des Invalides has three purposes: military, social, and hospitable.   The Hôtel Royal was in fact one of the first military compounds (in the current sense of the word) built in France: the residents wore uniforms, were divided into companies, performed their duties, and were disciplined.

The religious dimension is also highlighted as the Cathedral was built in the same axe as the Cour d’honneur (the courtyard), located directly in front of the entrance.   You can also find inside the "Musée des Armées" with its amazing collections.

La cour d'Honneur de l'Hôtel des Invalides, vue du Dôme © Paris - Musée de l'Armée, Dist. RMN-Grand Palais / Anne-Sylvaine Marre-Noël

La cour d'Honneur de l'Hôtel des Invalides, vue du Dôme © Paris - Musée de l'Armée, Dist. RMN-Grand Palais / Anne-Sylvaine Marre-Noël


08:00 08:45 Non Qualifying Practice 1 Piste
10:00 10:20 Qualifying Group Lottery Podium
10:30 11:00 Non Qualifying Practice 2 Piste
12:00 12:36 Qualifying Piste
12:45 13:00 Super Pole Piste
13:45 14:00 eRace eVillage
14:00 14:30 Drivers Autograph Session eVillage
15:00 15:10 Driver Parade Piste
15:30 - Grid positioning Piste
16:00 - Formula E Paris ePrix Piste
17:00 - Podium ceremony Podium
- 18:00 Gates Close Podium


Spectators can watch the next Paris ePrix in two ways:  

Either by purchasing numbered grandstand tickets Or by choosing one of the many spots around the track, or the Allianz eVillage to watch the race FREE OF CHARGE!


Despite the access being free of charge, visibility is not guaranteed if you are not in the first three rows. Furthermore, for your safety, the track is surrounded by a high fence, homologated by the FIA. These barriers guarantee the drivers’ and the public’s protection. Please find all the details underneath. 


Seats in the grandstand are numbered and standard adult tickets cost 55 Euros (please find the breakdown of the various tariffs underneath). The grandstands are located on Boulevard des Invalides. Giant TV screens will be set up opposite the seats, allowing spectators to follow the race all around the track.   Practical information: Appropriate seats will be reserved for people with limited mobility. Maximum 4 tickets per order Children aged between 0 and 4 go free and can sit on their parents’ knees during the race. 


If you don't have grandstand tickets you could follow the race from the free zone and access to the Allianz eVillage. For security reasons, the track is surrounded by a FIA fence. Theses fences are here to protect you and the drivers but you cill remain close to the track. Be careful, it exists many free zone to follow the race but only the first spectators will have the best visibility, It's your turn!


The grandstands are now sold out. If you didn't have time to get grandstands tickets, register your datas here and we will contact us if new opportunities to see the race from free zones or from the Allianz eVillage without tickets. We will contact us also if new tickets are available for grandstands.

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