Tickets on general sale for first Tokyo E-Prix

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Tickets on general sale for first Tokyo E-Prix

Tickets are on general sale for international fans for Formula E's very first visit to Japan and the Tokyo E-Prix, here's a first look at a virtual run-through of the new track.

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The full circuit layout for Tokyo E-Prix 

The challenging 18-turn, 2.582km street circuit will surround the Tokyo International Exhibition Centre – the largest venue in Japan also known as Tokyo Big Sight – only minutes from downtown Tokyo.

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The track includes three long straights, technical sequences of tight corners, and high-speed combinations set against the stunning Tokyo metropolis backdrop. Formula E’s track design experts are confident the circuit will deliver a challenge for the 22 drivers in the series, while providing maximum excitement and entertainment for fans at the race and TV viewers tuning-in around the world.

The paddock area, featuring the garages where teams and drivers prepare the GEN3 race cars and plan racing strategy, will be located on the Tokyo Bay waterfront. 

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The inaugural Formula E race in Tokyo will boost the use of ZEVs in Tokyo, and is the first time that public roads in Tokyo will be closed for a public road race and world championship event.

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As with Formula E races held in iconic city centres around the world, such as London, Berlin and Mexico City, the Tokyo E-Prix will offer fans excellent public transport connections to the event, a key feature of Formula E’s industry-leading sustainability credentials.

Tickets on general sale

Ahead of our first trip to Japan, tickets are now on sale for the first Tokyo E-Prix, Round 5 of the season on 30 March.

General sale for international fans is open now, head here to secure your seat.