Formula E is back in Chile when Santiago E-Prix will be live in India later tonight. It will be the third time when Formula E’s electric cars race around this circuit situated in Parque O’Higgins. 24 electric machines and 24 drivers will battle it out to stand on the top spot.
Daniel ABT currently holds the fastest lap around this circuit with a lap time of 1.11.263 while racing for the Audi Sports Abt Schaeffler in 2019.
Sam Bird is the previous winner here when he won the race in 2019 for Virgin Racing before him Jean-Eric Vergne won it racing for the DS Techeetah-Renault in the year 2018.
The cars will be out on track for practice 1 on the 18th of January at 16:30 Indian Standard Time(IST).
Practice 2 will be the last testing segment before the qualifying, Practice 2 will start at 18:45 Indian Standard Time(IST).
QUALIFYING AND SUPER POLE:
Who will start the race from the very first row ? The only way to find out is the qualifying segment starting at 19:30 Indian Standard Time(IST).
The winner can only be declared when the main race takes place, the FIA Formula E Santiago E-Prix will start mid-night in India at 00:30 Indian Standard Time(IST), which will be a 45 minute plus 1 lap of racing.
WAYS TO WATCH:
You can watch Practice 1 and Practice 2 live on Formula E’s official YouTube channel and Facebook Page.
Watch the Qualifying and Main Race live on Sony Six TV channel and you can stream the race live on your mobile device only on Sony Liv.