Suara.com – Long weekend or long weekend is taking place in Indonesia. Namely Thursday to Sunday (1-4/6/2023). For those who are stayingcation in Jakarta or currently in the capital city of the Republic of Indonesia, one of the exciting events that can be watched is the ABB Formula E World Championship Season 2022/2023 Jakarta. Or the 2023 Jakarta Formula E racing with the official name 2023 Gulavit Jakarta E-Prix.
Taking place at the Jakarta International E-Prix Circuit, Carnaval Beach, Ancol, North Jakarta, with ticket prices ranging from IDR 600,000 to IDR 20,000,000, electric single seater racing or Formula E racing is attended by 11 teams fielding two drivers each. teams, so the total number of contestants is 22 drivers.
A number of drivers take part in the first free practice session (FP1) of Formula E Jakarta, at the Jakarta International E-Prix Circuit (JIEC), Jakarta, Friday (2/6/2023) (Suara.com/Alfian Winanto)
How to enjoy this electric single seater racing spectacle?
Excerpted from the FIA or Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile guidelines distributed to accredited journalists such as Suara.comthe rules in brief are:
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The race is divided into five sessions
Shakedown Free practice 1 Free practice 2 Qualification Race
Examination is carried out at shakedown, the day before the race took place. Drivers use these sessions to check the electronics and reliability of the car at low speeds.
Each race consists of two training session for a total of 30 minutes. Reduced to one 30-minute session on day two of the double headers.
Qualification format duels allow the best teams and racers to show their speed and skills.
Under the control of the Race Director or Race Director FIA, E-Prix lasts for a set number of rounds, not a set time period, plus an additional round to compensate for the neutralization period.
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Racing mounts must be in a stationary condition (stationer) or does not move until the lights go out to signal the start of the race.