FIA chief Jean Todt and Formula E boss Alejandro Agag shake hands after signing the world championship agreement in Paris. Photo: FIAFIA chief Jean Todt and Formula E boss Alejandro Agag shake hands after signing the world championship agreement in Paris. Photo: FIA
FIA chief Jean Todt and Formula E boss Alejandro Agag shake hands after signing the world championship agreement in Paris. Photo: FIA

Formula E: Hong Kong E-Prix organisers eye inaugural world championship season in 2020-21

  • Governing body FIA has upgraded Formula E to world championship status, joining Formula One, rally, endurance racing, rallycross and karting
  • Hong Kong was forced to cancel the March 2020 FE race in the city because of anti-government protests

Topic |   Formula E
FIA chief Jean Todt and Formula E boss Alejandro Agag shake hands after signing the world championship agreement in Paris. Photo: FIAFIA chief Jean Todt and Formula E boss Alejandro Agag shake hands after signing the world championship agreement in Paris. Photo: FIA
FIA chief Jean Todt and Formula E boss Alejandro Agag shake hands after signing the world championship agreement in Paris. Photo: FIA
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