The has confirmed a 10 race calendar for its inaugural season, with the first race scheduled for Jerez, Spain in November.

 

Six locations have been confirmed for season one, with another two to be announced later this year. Following a double header opening round at Jerez, the championship will then head to Paul Ricard (France), the Nürburgring (Germany), Circuit Park Assen (The Netherlands), Silverstone (United Kingdom) and the Algarve Portimao Circuit (Portugal). 
 

 

Holdings, organisers of the championship, have also revealed details of several events that will support the main on-track action, including an eKarting series and a ground-breaking new eSports championship based on the cars and circuits being used in the championship.

 

Mark Gemmell, CEO of Electric GT Holdings, said: “This is a very exciting day for all of us who have worked so hard behind the scenes to prepare for our inaugural season. Without a doubt, we have secured some of the most exciting European tracks for our first season of the Electric Production Car Series and this gives us a great platform to further expand the championship.

 

“We have received a great deal of interest from circuits around the world excited by the possibilities that electric racing brings. We’ve got lots more news to come very soon. I’m stoked about the future, and we are all looking forward to bringing elbows-out electric racing action to fans around the world.”

 

Two slots on the calendar, a double header round in May and a further round in September are yet to be confirmed but the championship are in talks with circuits outside of Europe with the intention to create a fully international championship from season one.

 

A behind closed doors test race will also be held at the Pau E-Circuit in the South of France in October which all competing teams will attend.