The Brooklyn Street Circuit is a street circuit in the Red Hook neighborhood of the New York City borough of Brooklyn, adjacent to the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal along Brooklyn’s west coast. Its first use was during the 2016–17 Formula E season when it hosted the 2017 New York City ePrix. Since then track was changed a bit and becamo longer.
Length: 2.373 km
Distance: 43 laps
Qualifying lap record: Sébastien Buemi / Renault e.Dams / 2018 / 1:13.911
Race lap record: Daniel Abt / Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler / 2018 / 1:15.082
New York was originally rumoured to be a host city for the very first season of the FIA Formula E Championship, although it would not appear in either the first or second season calendars. Instead, a deal was concluded for New York to host the final two races of the 2016/17 season, with the provisional calendar officially announcing its inclusion. The official calendar then saw the rounds in New York and Montreal switched around, meaning it would be the Canadian city that hosted the season finale, after concerns about time to get the Formula E equipment over the boarder.
The circuit for the inaugural New York ePrix was revealed in the build up to the season opening Hong Kong ePrix. The area of Red Hook, within the borough of Brooklyn was chosen to host the series, with the circuit itself running near Pier 11 in the shadow of the Statue of LibertyAdd to favorites