2018–19 Formula E season

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2018–19 Formula E
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The 2018–19 IVRC Formula E season was the 1st IVRC Formula E season. It contested over five rounds spanning from December 2018 to February 2019. It was, however, intended to be a one-off series.

Teams and Drivers

Team Engine No. Driver Rounds
Germany.png MPG Swinegel Racing Audi e-Tron FE05 3 Germany.png Marc Stwerka 1–2
14 Germany.png Constantin Grimminger All
Germany.png MPG eCompetition Audi e-Tron FE05 11 Germany.png Martin Jatzek 2
17 Spain.png Carlos Frau 1–4
UK.png YTF1 eRacing Team Jaguar I-Type III 27 UK.png Matthew Allington 1–2
India.png Mahindra Racing Mahindra M5Electro 28 Angola.png Valdemar Domingos 1, 4
Brazil.png Audi KRT Formula E Team Audi e-Tron FE05 48 Brazil.png Otávio de Barros 2
Argentina.png TR eMotorsports America TBA 51 Argentina.png Francisco Vazquez 1
55 Venezuela.png Jesús Chirinos 1–4
Greece.png Team Iris Nissan IM01 87 Greece.png Dionysis Faraos 5
Venezuela.png Shadow RS eRacing Venturi VFE05 88 Venezuela.png Cristian Alvarez 1

Race calendar and results

A five-round calendar was announced on 28 November 2018.

Round Circuit Date Pole position Fastest lap Winning driver Winning team
1 China.png Beijing Olympic Green Circuit, Beijing 8 December Spain.png Carlos Frau Angola.png Valdemar Domingos UK.png Matthew Allington UK.png YTF1 eRacing Team
2 Monaco.png Circuit de Monaco, Monaco 15 December Germany.png Martin Jatzek Germany.png Martin Jatzek Germany.png Martin Jatzek Germany.png MPG eCompetition
3 Argentina.png Puerto Madero Street Circuit, Buenos Aires 12 January Germany.png Constantin Grimminger Spain.png Carlos Frau Spain.png Carlos Frau Germany.png MPG eCompetition
4 France.png Paris Street Circuit, Paris 26 January Spain.png Carlos Frau Spain.png Carlos Frau Angola.png Valdemar Domingos India.png Mahindra Racing
5 France.png Paris Street Circuit, Paris 9 February Germany.png Constantin Grimminger Greece.png Dionysis Faraos Greece.png Dionysis Faraos Greece.png Team Iris

Championship results

Scoring system

Points were awarded to the top 10 classified finishers plus bonus points for pole position and the fastest race lap.

Position 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th Pole FL
Points 25 18 15 12 10 8 6 4 2 1 3 1

Drivers' championship

Pos. No. Driver China.png
CHN
Monaco.png
MON
Argentina.png
ARG
France.png
FRA
France.png
FRA
Points
1 14 Germany.png Constantin Grimminger 3 4 2 3 2 84
2 17 Spain.png Carlos Frau 5 DNS 1 2 61
3 55 Venezuela.png Jesús Chirinos 4 6 3 4 47
4 28 Angola.png Valdemar Domingos 2 1 44
5 27 UK.png Matthew Allington 1 3 40
6 11 Germany.png Martin Jatzek 1 29
7 87 Greece.png Dionysis Faraos 1 26
8 3 Germany.png Marc Stwerka Ret 2 18
9 48 Brazil.png Otávio de Barros 5 10
10 88 Venezuela.png Cristian Alvarez 6 8
11 51 Argentina.png Francisco Vazquez Ret 0
Pos. No. Driver China.png
CHN
Monaco.png
MON
Argentina.png
ARG
France.png
FRA
France.png
FRA
Points

Teams' championship

Pos. Team No. China.png
CHN
Monaco.png
MON
Argentina.png
ARG
France.png
FRA
France.png
FRA
Points
1 Germany.png MPG Swinegel Racing 3 Ret 2 102
14 3 4 2 3 2
2 Germany.png MPG eCompetition 11 1 90
17 5 DNS 1 2
3 Argentina.png TR eMotorsports America 51 Ret 47
55 4 6 3 4
4 India.png Mahindra Racing 28 2 1 44
5 UK.png YTF1 eRacing Team 27 1 3 40
6 Greece.png Team Iris 87 1 26
7 Brazil.png Audi KRT Formula E Team 48 5 10
8 Venezuela.png Shadow RS eRacing 88 6 8
Pos. Team No. China.png
CHN
Monaco.png
MON
Argentina.png
ARG
France.png
FRA
France.png
FRA
Points