In 2019, racing fans will get their first chance to experience the next generation of F1 racing as a whole.
The FIA has unveiled the new Formula E championship, and it’s set to make its debut in 2019.
F1E will take on Formula E’s full championship format, with the FIA team working with the teams’ manufacturers to create the cars.
The championship will also include live and pre-race action and the opportunity to race alongside the world’s best drivers, as well as race for prizes.
But unlike the F1 championship, F1 E won’t be run in a single event, instead it’ll be run by a series of “event series” (F1 Event Series) around the world, each with its own specific rules, regulations and regulations.
In 2020, Formula E will also be the first series to feature live race action, meaning fans will be able to see how it’s all going down in the field, as the series is able to stream live events on the FIA Formula E website.
The series will also feature live coverage of its two pre-season test days, with each race having its own live broadcast.
This means that fans will have a chance to get behind the wheel of their favorite cars and watch them battle it out on track.
In the future, fans will also have the opportunity in 2019 to take part in some special challenges, such as the FIA World Rally Championship (WWRC), as well the World Endurance Championship (WEC) and the World Superbike Championship (WSBC).
The World Rallycross Championship will also launch in 2019, as will the World Supersport Championship (SSCC).
In 2020 the WEC will be moved from its current location to the new WEC-run Le Mans 24 Hours, with new teams joining the FIA in 2020.
It’s hoped that the new events will also encourage fans to get involved in the sport of F2, with F2-backed teams and drivers racing for the world title.
While the series will have to wait until 2019 to see the full effect of the FIA’s decision to make the series a single series, it’s still looking like 2019 will see a big boost to F1.
We’ll be sure to keep you updated on all the changes that the FIA is bringing to the sport in 2019!