The ePrix of Paris already has a layout. The organisers of the race have presented the design of the circuit that will host the first test of the european Formula And in the season 2015-16, the second from his birth. The trial, which will take place on April 23, will take on a circuit 1,93 kilometres in the area of Les Invalides, one of the areas with more history of the French capital. The circuit design has been presented in a ceremony held at the Hotel de Ville in Paris, an act that has been present Alejandro Agag as CEO of the category, and Jean Todt.
The layout presents a total of 14 curves that meander around the complex of Les Invalides, where, among other things, is the Hôtel National des Invalides, the Army Museum and the Tomb of Napoleon. Three elements characteristic of the tourist routes of the French capital will be locked in a path that presents three great braking in the curve 1, 7, and 8. For its part, the rest of the angles are curves bound of low and medium speed. The pits are located between the curve 12 and 13 in the well-known esplanade of Les Invalides.
In relation to the ePrix of Paris and the drawing presented, Alejandro Agag wrote: “The format of the Formula And allows us to have the luck of being able to run in some amazing places, but few are more spectacular than the city of Paris”. The Executive Director of the Formula E added: “Paris meets all the requirements of the category. France is a key market for the championship as the home of the FIA, and place of origin of mcihelin, tyre supplier. In addition to DS and Renault compete with in house. The ePrix of Paris will be a scenario emblematic of the Formula E with a run fully electric in the French capital”.