Like no other series, Formula E brings urbanity to racing. And what fans and drivers will be able to experience this weekend in Santiago de Chile is somewhat extraordinary: a race that partly runs through Chile's second largest park.
The 3rd race of the current season is just around the corner and the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team is more than ready to chase points in Santiago. This Saturday, Neel Jani and André Lotterer will be faced with a special challenge when they hear the “Go Go Go” for the 2.28-kilometer inner-city racetrack. The Circuit Parque O'Higgins is one of the most challenging tracks of the season. But this slightly modified track is not brand new: For the 3rd time already, the narrow circuit leads through the Chilean capital and the park of the same name. Let’s see how the grip level of the asphalt will affect the pace and the course of the race. Yet the 11 corners of the technically demanding track already promise a thrilling race - the kind of race that is entirely to our taste. But there probably won’t be any time for sightseeing at Parque O'Higgins.