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Updated: FEB 02nd 2022

Damien Smith

Seven reasons to watch Formula E in 2022

Season eight of the all-electric Formula E single-seater championship kicks off this evening with the first race of a double-header in Diriyah, Saudi Arabia. Formula E’s second season as a fully-fledged FIA world championship will be its last with the current Gen2 racers, before the more powerful Gen3 era begins in season nine.

It remains one of the most competitive and unpredictable racing series in the world of motorsport and is packed full of quality, in terms of top teams and drivers. Here’s a guide to what we should expect from a campaign that is broadcast live in the UK by Channel 4, and remember you can find the complete 2022 Formula E calendar here.

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