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The next big thing in motorsport is apparently set to make its debut at the end of this year. Called the “Tomorrowland Formula E SingularS,” the electric car festival will feature a mixture of vintage and contemporary motorsport cars competing for the prestigious “SingularS” trophy. And the most exciting thing is that tickets for the grand opening sale have already gone on sale!

The first Formula E race was held earlier this year in Hong Kong. And it was an instant hit. Drivers like Britain’s Sam Bird and Germany’s Richard Trulli secured immediate popularity by taking the checkered flag at the first ever Formula E race in Hong Kong. It was an incredible feeling to be competing in front of packed crowds, who were there solely to see you drive. The streets were full of people as soon as the checkered flag dropped, taking selfies and celebrating with each other.

When the lights went out and the dust settled, the drivers had to pull off the track to be taken away by medics. Two of the drivers were even hospitalized due to the effects of the toxic diesel fumes. Plus, the whole city had to be shut down for a couple of days to allow for proper clean-up.

The first season of Formula E was a huge success, and the response from fans and racers alike has been overwhelming.

The championship will feature 10 teams across 3 continents, with races scheduled to be held in some of the world’s most exciting cities. Hong Kong will host the third race of the season in November, and the first on the other side of the planet in Santiago de Chile. The series will close out its inaugural season with a bang, as Santiago will host the Final Race of the season on December 9th.

The Santiago race will be the culmination of a tour that has already taken in Beijing, Paris and London. And all of this before the end of the year! 2020 will see Formula E return with a bang, and set new benchmarks for the future of motorsport.

The SingularS Trophy

If you’ve been following motorsport at all, you’ll know that this year has been an absolute triumph for electric motorsport. From the F1-ish Formula E to Elio de la Rosa’s incredible Indycar campaign, and even the wildest of off-road races, the main event almost every weekend was some sort of motorsport race. It’s an incredible feeling to be a part of such a golden year for electric motorsport.

The “SingularS” trophy will be awarded to the team that scores the best overall result in a 24-hour race. This means that if a team manages to complete all 24 hours of a race and get a perfect score, they will win the SingularS. The first prize is a cool $200,000, and the overall winner will take home a grand prize of $500,000. These figures place the SingularS in Bugatti territory. This is probably why the French carmaker has signed up to be the official timekeeper for the 24-hour races. They’re probably looking for ways to make the trophy worth their while.

Santiago And Beyond

The city of Santiago de Chile is bidding to host the 20th edition of the Santiago International Motorcycle Grand Prix. Known as the “MotoGP,” this year’s edition will see former Grand Prix competitor Valentino Rossi compete against locals and visitors, who have traveled from all over the world to be a part of the historic race.

The 20th edition of the MotoGP in Santiago will be the first of seven races in Chile. That’s almost a quarter of the whole season, which goes to show how popular the sport has become there. The country prides itself on its beautiful lakes, majestic volcanos and magnificent desert landscapes. It would be a real shame to miss out on such amazing scenery just because you were stuck in traffic jams.

Chile also happens to be the largest producer of copper, cobalt and lithium in the world. All three of these invaluable metals are vital to the production of electric vehicles, smartphones and other high-tech devices. This is undoubtedly one of the reasons why technology-savvy countries like India, China and Japan, are some of the biggest contributors to Formula E. The three metals mentioned above are vital to the operation of electric motors. Without them, all of this high-tech gadgetry would just be metal and glass.

So, if you’re ever in Santiago, go ahead and visit the Museo Chilena de Arte Y Tradiciones Populares (Museum of Fine Art and Popular Traditions of Chile). It’s not every day that you can walk into a museum and find yourself surrounded by art that was made before you were born. And since you arrived here reading this article, I assume that tomorrow is a day off, and you have some time to kill.

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Now is the perfect time to take a trip to the glorious Chile. From the magnificent colonial cities to the endless vineyards and breathtaking coastlines, everything about Chile appeals to a traveler. From the bustling metropolitans, to the magical wilderness that is La Araucanía, there is something for everyone. Be sure to make the most of your trip. Book a tour of the copper mines in Chile, and get a first-hand view of how valuable these metals are. Plus, be sure to visit the amazing San Pedro de Atacama, which is one of the oldest cities in South America. It’s not only one of the most beautiful cities, but it’s rich in culture, history and archaeology. The nightlife is legendary, and you’ll have the chance to try the local foods, which are influenced by everything from the Andes to the Pacific Ocean. Of course, bring your bike along, and you can make the most of the amazing roads that wind their way through the majestic Chilean countryside. And for the adventurous ones, you can even attempt to drive a car up the sides of a mountain. That is, if they’ll let you on the track once the gates close.

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