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Dubai, NFAPost: Formula E, the all-electric ABB FIA Formula E World Championship lights up the streets of Diriyah as it returns to the historic desert surroundings of UNESCO World Heritage Site At-Turaif for the third year in a row.

The night race, commencing on February 26 2021, is set to be a spectacular doubleheader in the dark. It will be the first time any motorsport race has attempted to use high performance, sustainable and fully renewable LED lighting technologies

Formula E drivers light up the streets as part of the inaugural all-electric night race for Diriyah E-Prix, the first motor sporting event to attempt and successfully use high performance, sustainable and fully renewable LED lighting technologies

Diriyah Gate Development Authority CEO Jerry Inzerillo said Diriyah is proud to have hosted the Diriyah E-Prix in collaboration with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Sport, bringing the international racing community to Saudi Arabia for one of the first major global sporting events since the pandemic began.

“With the world watching, the street race track wrapping around UNESCO World Heritage site At-Turaif came alive, showcasing the revolutionary potential of this motorsport. We congratulate all teams that took part in the first-ever all-electric night race for ABB FIA Formula E World Championship. It was a truly unforgettable experience,” said Jerry Inzerillo.

The Diriyah E-Prix is running at 17:00 GMT (20:00 local time) on February 26 and 27.

Formula E drivers light up the streets as part of the inaugural all-electric night race for Diriyah E-Prix, the first motor sporting event to attempt and successfully use high performance, sustainable and fully renewable LED lighting technologies

(The story is based on inputs from PRNewswire)

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