The Andros e-Trophy has revealed its six round calendar for the 2022-23 season.
The Alpine ski resort Tignes will host the electric racing series for the first time as it joins the calendar. It replaces Serre Chevallier, which dropped off the calendar last year due to a dispute between the resort and the local government.
The 2022-23 season – Andros’ fourth as an all electric championship – will begin at Val Thorens in early December for a two race meeting. Andorra will once again be the only non-French round, taking place in mid-December.
2023 begins with a trip to Isola 2000, before Tignes and Lans-en-Vercors in the following weeks.
Super Besse will once again host the final on January 28th to make it 11 races in just under two months.
|1||Val Thorens||3-4 December 2022|
|2||Andorra||16-17 December 2022|
|3||Isola 2000||6-7 January 2023|
|4||Tignes||13-14 January 2023|
|5||Lans en Vercors||20-21 January 2023|
|6||Super Besse||28 January 2023|
Image courtesy of Bruno Bade