The Central Harbourfront street circuit needs to be extended, otherwise the Hong Kong E-Prix faces an uncertain future. Photo: Winson Wong
Chan Kin-wa
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Chan Kin-wa

Formula E: Hong Kong E-Prix can solve its street circuit headache with move to Tsim Sha Tsui

  • Organisers must extend Central harbourfront circuit next year or find another street track
  • Otherwise Asia’s self-proclaimed events capital will lose one of its flagship showpieces

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The Central Harbourfront street circuit needs to be extended, otherwise the Hong Kong E-Prix faces an uncertain future. Photo: Winson Wong
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Lucas Di Grassi of Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler is back in the title mix heading into Hong Kong after winning the Mexico City E-Prix last time out. Photo: Sam Bloxham/LAT Images

Formula E is coming of age in season five – it’s no longer trying to copy Formula One, and that’s a good thing

  • Changes to format and cars add to competitive chaos and create distinct feel
  • Electric racing series more thrillingly unpredictable than ever heading into Hong Kong
Topic |   Formula E

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Lucas Di Grassi of Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler is back in the title mix heading into Hong Kong after winning the Mexico City E-Prix last time out. Photo: Sam Bloxham/LAT Images
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