The all-electric series will wrap up its third season with races on back-to-back days in July of 2017.Series CEO Alejandro Agag made the announcement today alongside city officials at the Brooklyn Cruise Ship Terminal in the Red Hook neighborhood of Brooklyn, where the race will take place. “Today is one of the biggest days for Formula E,” Agag said.
(2½ out of four stars) saying it "plays as if the director is making it up as he goes along.(It will also be one block from the new Tesla showroom.) The course layout is still subject to approval from the FIA, Formula E’s governing body, but as of now it doesn’t overlap with any public streets.Here’s the map: New York City has been on Formula E’s 2016 / 2017 schedule since it was released in early July, and Agag has talked about bringing the series to the five boroughs since before the first race was run.‘T-Stroke’ the Revolutionary ‘NEW’ Putting Training Aid from ARC Golf Concepts.T-Stroke has been designed by European Tour Putting Coach, Andy Gorman.