Cape Town E-Prix 2023


Cape Town E-PrixThe Cape Town E-Prix is to be the focal point of E-Fest, a week-long showcase of sustainability, e-mobility and renewable energy solutions.

Subject to approval by the FIA’s World Motor Sport Council, the world’s leading all-electric race cars wind their way through the Green Point and Waterfront district, showcasing some of Cape Town’s most famous locations.

The track is predicted to be one of the fastest in the series and Cape Town will join the likes of Monaco, Mexico City, Berlin, London and New York as city centres hosting an ABB FIA Formula E World Championship race.

The Cape Town E-Prix starts at the Green Point precinct’s Vlei Road, where the field of world-class drivers race with Signal Hill as a backdrop. Then it’s a left turn into Helen Suzman Boulevard, and another left into Granger Bay Boulevard, presenting the racers with two sharp chicanes. Drivers then head along the oceanfront on Mouille Point’s Beach Road, before taking a sharp left-hander into Fritz Sonnenberg Road and a final right to reach the finish line.

Cape Town is set to become the first sub-Saharan African city to host a round of the all-electric FIA World Championship next year during the Season 9 schedule – with the full calendar and dates to be released later this year.

Venue: TBD
Time: TBD
Cost: TBD

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  1. Megan Eskelsen

    Would like to know the cost and date of this, please send me an email when the info is ready to be released.


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