FanBoost opens for Beijing ePrix
Due to the changes FanBoost is now only available in the second car after a driver makes their mid-race car swap. The three drivers with the most votes will each receive an extra 100kJ of power to be used in a window between 180kW and 200kW.
When deploying FanBoost it can only be used once, a series of short bursts will not be possible.
Follow the progress of your favorite driver via the live FanBoost leaderboard which monitors real-time voting. As well as being able to vote during the race, fans will also find it much easier to have their say as changes to the voting system will make it possible to vote using a hashtag on Twitter and Instagram.
To submit your vote using a hashtag you must include #FanBoost plus a hashtag followed by the full name of the one driver you wish to vote for.
Voting will be available through the official Formula E website and app and fans will be able to vote once a day through each of the available channels.
When does FanBoost open?
FanBoost voting will open 12 days before each race and close after the opening six minutes of the race. This will give fans and viewers an even greater ability to influence the outcome of the race.
How do FanBoost votes work?
As well as being able to vote via the Formula E website and app, fans will now be able to vote using a hashtag on Twitter and Instagram. FanBoost will only be available to the winning drivers on their second car following their mid-race car swap. Voting will be available through the official Formula E website and app and fans will be able to vote once a day through each of the available channels.
What are the benefits of FanBoost?
The three winning FanBoost drivers will each have an extra 100kJ of energy available to them in their second car only. The extra energy is to be used in a power window between 180kW and 200kW.
What are the FanBoost restrictions?
FanBoost can only be used once. A series of short bursts will not be possible.
Formula E will aggregate votes in real-time and power a live leaderboard on the Formula E website to display the ranking of the weekly top contenders. The leaderboard will also be displayed in real-time during the live race broadcast.
The second season of the FIA Formula E Championship gets underway in Beijing on October 24. For more information on Formula E visit www.fiaformulae.com