The FIA has revealed the name, timeline and a format for its new electric-vehicle GT series at the same time as announcing that global media group Discovery Inc had been awarded a long-term contract of unspecified length to promote the series through its Eurosport Events subsidiary. It follows the announcement of the main principles of the technical regulations for the FIA’s electric-vehicle category two weeks ago, which did not specify a name for the series or a date for its introduction. A minimum of six events are planned for the inaugural Electric GT season in 2023, with races across Europe and Asia, including the Middle East. The expectation is that that the series will expand into the USA in season two, according to the FIA’s statement on Thursday. FIA director of sport and touring cars Marek Nawarecki revealed that the governing body has aspirations for the series to eventually become a world championship. “This is clearly the aim of this project, to elevate it to a level of a world championship in time,” he said, while pointing out that such status “is something to be earned”. There will be two races over the course of each two-day meeting held on… Read full this story
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