The 2017-2018 Formula E season started in at Hong Kong on December 1, 2017. The championship will come to an end in Canada, with the season finale taking place at Montreal on Sunday 15, July 2018.
As the Formula One season ends, the Formula E series takes its place on the racing calendar, but instead of internal combustion engines, these new cars pack lithium-ion batteries and motors that resembles the hum of a TIE Fighter's engines, or the loud whine of podracers from "Phantom Menace."
Billed as a new era in motor racing, It is a Grand Prix but with no roars and no fumes; high octane is now high voltage. Each car is powered by a massive battery.
Racing exclusively on street circuits in some of the world’s most iconic cities, Formula E is aiming to appeal to a new generation of motorsport fans, with ten teams, each with two drivers, competing in solely electric Renault-powered cars with some of the most advanced racing technology ever seen.
Instead of fuel, the cars are powered by a 200kg 28kW/h lithium-ion battery, and drivers have to hop into a new, fully charged car midway through the race.
While the race cars are capable of hitting 225kmh (140mph), in race mode, power gets throttled from 200kw to 150kw to ensure that the cars have sufficient energy for around 15 to 16 laps. Each 888kg (around 2,000 pounds) Spark-Renault SRT-01 E car takes about 50 minutes to charge to full.
|2017-12-01 to 12-03||Hong Kong ePrix||Hong Kong Street Circuit|
|2018-01-11 to 01-13||Marrakesh ePrix||Circuit International Automobile Moulay El Hassan|
|2018-02-01 to 02-03||Santiago ePrix||Santiago Street Circuit|
|2018-03-01 to 03-03||Mexico City ePrix||Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez|
|2018-03-15 to 03-17||Punta del Este ePrix||Streets of Punta del Este|
|2018-04-12 to 04-14||Rome ePrix||Circuito Cittadino dell'EUR|
|2018-04-26 to 04-28||Paris ePrix||Streets of Paris|
|2018-05-17 to 05-19||Berlin ePrix||Berlin Tempelhof Airport|
|2018-06-08 to 06-10||Zurich ePrix||Streets of Zurich|
|2018-07-13 to 07-15||New York ePrix||Brooklyn Street Circuit|
Nothing compares to the adrenalin-charged action of Formula E betting and due to the E Prix being televised live, all the major online bookmakers will go to town on the various Formula E odds available for the race including in race betting which always proves popular, there will also of course be some excellent Formula E betting options.
You can bet on a number of different markets during the race weekend – From who will take Pole Position in Qualifying, to who will win the Grand Prix, as well Driver and Team betting lines are normally available.
In a similar way to place betting on horse racing, you can also bet on a driver finishing on the Podium (i.e. a top 3 finish). Several other bets are normally available closer to the race, and you should check out the Bookmaker Sportsbook for these bets and the latest Formula E Series betting odds.
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Formula 1 proposition bets have become incredibly popular these days, as it is so competitive and wildly unpredictable, the slightest mistake by a driver rarely goes unpunished and could result in them being overtook or even crash out of the race altogether, Which of course, adds an added level of excitement to the Formula E Series proposition betting experience. More
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