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Formula E's First Year Schedule Ratified by FIA

It will visit 10 cities in 2014 and 2015

Virgin Racing in the ninth team announced

The Formula E racing series is moving along and has just had its first season calendar ratified by the FIA and announced its ninth team of ten. 

The official schedule will take the series to ten cities in Europe, Asia, North America and South America from the summer of 2014 to the summer of 2015. 

Each race will feature a practice and qualifying session, a one-hour race and a live music concert, and all of the events will be held on a single Saturday. The series will reveal the circuit layouts in each city later. 

The series also announced its two latest teams - MahindraMahindraMahindraIndia, 1944 > present12 models
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Racing and VirginVirginVirginUnited Kingdom, 2009 > present2 models
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Racing. They join Drayson Racing, China Racing, Andretti Autosport, Dragon Racing, E.DAMS, Super Aguri Formula E and AudiAudiAudiGermany, 1909 > present83 models
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Sport Abt. There is only one team left to announce. Each team will campaign two cars for a total of a 20-car grid.

All teams for 2014 will use the Spark-RenaultRenaultRenaultFrance, 1898 > present189 models
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_01E, which are being built by DallaraDallaraItaly, 1972 > present3 models
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. After the first season, Formula E promises that teams may build their own cars for the series. 

FIA 2014/2015 Season
Round Place Date
1 Beijing, China September 13, 2014
2 Putrajaya, Malaysia October 18, 2014
3 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil November 15, 2014
4 Punto del Este, Uruguay December 13, 2014
5 Buenos Aires, Argentina January 10, 2015
6 Los Angeles, United States February 14, 2015
7 Miami, United States March 14, 2015
8 Monte Carlo, Monaco May 9, 2015
9 Berlin, Germany May 30, 2015
10 London, United Kingdom June 27, 2015





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