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The ABB FIA Formula E Championship is the world’s first fully electric racing series with a calendar of 14 races per year in 12 iconic global cities and you could become part of our presenting team.

Founded to counteract climate change by accelerating the development and adoption of electric vehicles, Formula E has always had a purpose bigger than the sport itself. Formula E pride themselves on the commitment to create better futures through racing includes a promise to nurture a culture of inclusivity.

As such, Formula E is searching for new, diverse young voices to join us in Season 7. Whether you are a budding presenter, pitlane reporter or sports commentator, you’re invited to enter our open talent call for 18-24 year olds who are #PositivelyCharged.

Four finalists will be assigned experienced mentors and receive professional media training. One lucky winner will earn themselves a presenting contract to host Formula E alongside our existing on-air and online presenter line-up at the opening race of Season 7 scheduled to take place in Santiago, Chile on 16 January 2021.

All entries at this time need to be in English language, but no previous presenting experience or detailed knowledge of motorsport is necessary. You must be a resident of the UK, France or Germany to enter.

So, if you think you have what it takes – enter below before midnight BST on 12 September 2020. Click HERE to enter and read more

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