Compared to testing, the lap distance for the race weekend has been increased slightly and the new circuit layout now measures 3.376 km and has 15 turns. The activation zone for Attack Mode is on the outside of Turn 8. The track is only a little shorter than the street circuit in Rome but brings its own unique challenges for the team, with a higher average speed over a lap and very different characteristics.
As in Rome two weeks ago, the Valencia E-Prix will be a double-header, featuring two races. As usual, there will be two practice sessions on Saturday before qualifying and just one on Sunday morning. The race will start on Saturday at 3:04 pm and on Sunday at 2:04 pm.