Win Free Tickets To Formula E Race In New York City. Gas2 Exclusive

Gas2 readers can win two grandstand tickets to the Formula E race weekend in Brooklyn, NY on July 15 and 16. Simply post a comment to this story telling us why you should be chosen. The deadline for responses is July 4 at 6 pm EDT. The winner will be chosen by our official contest selection committee consisting of myself and Carolyn Fortuna.

Formula E New York

Our decision will be final, non-appealable, and binding. Whining will be grounds for instant disqualification. Please tell us in your comment why you think electric car racing in general and Formula E racing in  particular is important to the coming electric car revolution. Tickets can be picked up at the media accreditation center on race weekend.

Be sure to leave us an e-mail address where you can be contacted. If you are not comfortable putting that information in a public comment, you can e-mail me at schanley45@gmail.com. Please be sure to include your Disqus user name so I can match you with your comment.

The EPrix NYC will be the first FIA-sanctioned motorsports event to take place in any of the five boroughs of New York City in modern history. The 1.95 kilometer circuit will feature 10 turns as it winds through the waterfront neighborhood of Red Hook in Brooklyn, and with stunning views of the iconic Manhattan skyline and the Statue of Liberty in the background.

Formula E driver Antonio Felix da Costa says, “To be the first FIA series to race in New York City is going to be amazing and the track layout looks really cool. We are going to be racing in a central part of New York City, one of the greatest cities in the world! To have a motorsports race, especially with Formula E, where we are part of the innovation of all the electric powertrains in the world, we will create awareness for all the people that have had question marks about this.”

Formula E track NYC

We want to thank Formula E for providing this opportunity to our readers. If you are the winner of the tickets and wish to share your race weekend experience with others, we will be happy to publish your thoughts so others can learn what it is like to attend a Formula E race.

 

Steve Hanley

Closely following the transition from internal combustion to electricity. Whether it's cars, trucks, ships, or airplanes, sustainability is the key. Please follow me on Google + and Twitter.