Season 10: Italy change & Portland double-header complete biggest calendar ever

Season 10 of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship will be the biggest ever, with a 17-race calendar officially confirmed for 2024.

On Wednesday afternoon Formula E formally announced the finalised calendar for the latest edition world championship, which gets underway in Mexico City in January 2024.

The most notable change sees Misano confirmed as the host of the Italian legs of this season’s championship, with a double-header set to take place at the storied Emilia-Romagna race track on April 13-14.

With the Portland E-Prix also being upgraded to a double-header following the resounding success of its 2023 debut – won by Envision Racing – the overall calendar now also counts 17 races for the first time in its history.

“Formula E delivers street racing better than anyone, and our final Season 10 calendar presents the ultimate challenge for teams and drivers in the second year of the GEN3 race car with the perfect blend of iconic street circuits and established tracks,” said Formula E’s CEO, Jeff Dodds.

“Misano will be a great new experience for everyone, while the additional race in Portland signifies our ongoing commitment to the US market alongside the potential for growth in the region.”

ABB FIA Formula E World Championship, Season 10 Calendar  


Round(s)  Location 



1  Mexico City, Mexico 

13 Jan. 2024 


2 &3  Diriyah, Saudi Arabia 

26 & 27 Jan. 2024 


4  Hyderabad, India 

10 Feb. 2024 


5  São Paulo, Brazil 

16 Mar. 2024 


6  Tokyo, Japan 

30 Mar. 2024 


7 & 8  Misano, Italy 

13 & 14 Apr. 2024 


9  Monaco, Principality of Monaco 

27 Apr. 2024 


10 & 11  Berlin, Germany 

11 & 12 May 2024 


12 & 13  Shanghai, China 

25 & 26 May 2024 


14 & 15  Portland, United States 

29 & 30 Jun. 2024 

11  16 & 17  London, United Kingdom 

20 & 21 Jul. 2024 

The Misano track is located close to the Rimini beach resort in the historic Emilia-Romagna region on the northern Adriatic coast. It is a popular venue in the MotoGP World Championship and the home circuit of legendary rider Valentino Rossi.

Formula E was already set to make history next year as the first motorsport world championship to race in Tokyo, on roads around the Tokyo Big Sight convention centre on the Tokyo Bay waterfront.

Formula E will also race for the first time in Shanghai at the Shanghai International Circuit with a double-header of races on Saturday, 25 May and Sunday, 26 May 2024.

The first-ever Formula E race was held in Beijing on 13 September 2014.

With further races returning to India (Hyderabad, Round 4) and the aforementioned United States, Formula E will be the only motorsport world championship to race in the three most-populous countries on earth in 2024.

Familiar venues Monaco, Berlin, Mexico and Sao Paulo are all on the calendar once more– while London will yet again host the season finale.

Envision Racing are the reigning Formula E world champions, having clinched the Teams’ Championship for the first time in its history in Season 9.

Victory in the final race of the season in London helped clinch the title for the Silverstone-based team – adding to a record-breaking year that saw the team win four races, clinch a further five podiums, notch three pole positions and finish with a team record total of 304 points.

Sebastien Buemi and Robin Frijns will drive for the team as it looks to defend its title across Season 10.