Registration procedure for the supply of cars in the 2015, 2016 and 2017 FIA Formula E championship
The FIA Formula E Championship (“The Championship”), designed to be the flagship of the FIA’s sustainable strategy, has recently been created and will be launched during the coming weeks.
The FIA’s objective is to develop a multi‐brand Championship from the second sporting season onward.
All Suppliers capable of respecting the terms and conditions set out below shall therefore be allowed to propose a Car for the 2015, 2016 and 2017 seasons of the Championship, by completing the attached form and returning it to the FIA by e‐mail (address: [email protected]) by 31 October 2014 at the latest.
A detailed description and any supporting documentation setting out all the relevant qualities and specifications of the Car proposed, together with evidence that it would be in compliance with the requirements set out in the Sporting and Technical Regulations as well as with the Safety Requirements, must be appended to the form.
All Suppliers proposing a car must make themselves available for possible meetings with the FIA to be
held during the month of November 2014.
On receipt of the form and after assessment of the proposals, the FIA will send confirmation of registration to the Suppliers concerned by 15 December 2014 at the latest.
The registration will, however, only be valid subject to the car being homologated. Given the technical developments foreseen, homologations will only last for one sporting season.
A list of the registered Suppliers will be made available to the parties concerned in due course.
Suppliers interested in proposing their Car as from the 2016 or 2017 sporting season only are invited to send a proposal by 31 October of the year preceeding the sporting season concerned.
The FIA reserves the right, at its sole discretion:
- To allow Suppliers other than those identified within the framework of this procedure to supply Cars in the Championship, following a similar process;
‐ To change any aspect of this procedure, at any time, to issue an amended procedure, to cancel the procedure or to provide the Suppliers with clarification in relation to the procedure. Any such change, amendment or clarification may be issued by the FIA in such form as the FIA considers appropriate.
Nothing in this procedure or any communication made by the FIA or its representatives or employees shall constitute a contract between the FIA and any Supplier. The FIA shall be under no obligation to accept any proposal submitted.
Please find bellow the application's related documents:
Appendix 1 - Pricing form