Formula-E News: 30 Days to the Putrajaya E-Prix
The second race of the inaugural season of the world’s first electric car racing circuit will take place on Saturday, November 22.
Four types of fan tickets are available ranging from general admission – priced from just 50 Malaysia Ringgit (MYR) equivalent to 12 Euros – to the premiere grandstand seating option at 715 MYR or 155 Euros. Children’s tickets (aged 3- 12) will also be offered with a 50% discount from now until raceday.
At 1.59miles (2.56km) and featuring 12 turns, the Putrajaya street circuit is located near the Perdana Putra housing the Prime Minister’s Office, using much of the main high street and passing several of the city’s most recognisable buildings such as the Ministry of Finance. It also encompasses the beautiful Seri Wawasan Bridge and Putra Mosque and will see drivers tackle a mixture of straights, slow to medium speed corners, a hairpin plus a tight first-corner chicane.
Dato’ Sri Johann Young, CEO of Formula E Malaysia, said:
“The Putrajaya circuit is designed with precision, factoring in the city’s environment and Formula E’s sustainable commitment, to provide a robust racing circuit for the drivers. Having support from the relevant authorities and the respective sponsors, we will build a race that provides a lasting impression for all spectators on the day.”
Francesca Triossi, Formula E’s Ticketing and Merchandising Manager, added: “After the fantastic racing we witnessed in Beijing, we’re hoping for even more excitement in Putrajaya for Round Two. Of course, with all Formula E events, fans have more than just great racing to look forward to with plenty of off track entertainment on offer such as driver autograph sessions, eBike displays, racing simulators and music.”
For more information on Formula E visit www.fiaformulae.com, or alternatively try the dedicated Putrajaya website
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