Construction began early last month on a new 44,000 square-foot facility that will provide the 10 Formula E teams with office space, stores and workshops. The structure should be able to accommodate more than 150 people.
Like just about everything these days the facility will be earth-friendly and comply with sustainable construction standards, something that’s obviously in line with the goals of Formula E.
The series features electric, single-seat racecars that can reach speeds of 225 km/h (140 miles an hour) or more. The 10 teams each have two drivers and will compete head to head in a totally unique series.
Starting in September Formula E will host races in 10 cities around the world including Miami, London, Beijing and Rio de Janeiro.