PHOTO CAPTION: Illustration of Formula E racer in Donington Park Racing Circuit.

Formula E Sets Up New Headquarters in UK

44,000 sq. ft. facility will include facilities for each of the 10 teams at Donington Park Racing Circuit.

Published: 22-Jan-2014

Formula E, the FIA’s new global electric racing series, has announced that its new headquarters and team facilities will be based within the grounds of the Donington Park Racing Circuit in the UK.

Construction work on the 44,000ft² bespoke premises began on 2nd January and when complete will provide state-of-the-art facilities for each of the 10 Formula E teams, together with offices, stores and workshops for Formula E’s own operational staff – totaling more than 150 people. All works will be complete by the end of April with the first teams moving in on 1st May.

In addition, the Formula E teams - all of which have now been announced - will use the Donington Park circuit for their testing and development work on the fully electric Spark-Renault SRT_01E racecar.


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