Jakarta Formula E tickets are sold the day after tomorrow, Rp. 750 thousand to Rp. 12 million Jakarta Formula E tickets are sold the day after tomorrow, Rp. 750 thousand to Rp. 12 million

Jakarta Formula E tickets are sold the day after tomorrow, Rp. 750 thousand to Rp. 12 million

Jakarta Formula E tickets are sold the day after tomorrow, Rp. 750 thousand to Rp. 12 million  Jakarta (ANTARA) - Tickets for Formula E or Jakarta E-Prix 2023 Jakarta International E-Prix Circuit Ancol Jakarta will be sold the day after tomorrow or April 20 with prices ranging from IDR 750 thousand to IDR 12 million for one race series.  Jakarta E-Prix 2023 Project Director Ivan Permana said in Jakarta, Tuesday, that Formula E ticket sales were divided into three categories namely festivals, grand stands and VIP.  Tickets for the festival category are sold at IDR 750,000 for one day. While the Formula E car race is held in two days for two racing series, namely Series 10 and Series 11, the organizers also provide a two-day pass price package for the festival category, which is IDR 1.3 million.  Also read: Officials until racers enter the composition of the Formula E committee  "For tickets for two consecutive days we sell them at a lower price. An example for a one-day festival is Rp. 750,000, for two days we will give a discount to Rp. 1.3 million," he said.  For the grand stand category, namely a place for spectators on the track with seats priced at IDR 1 million to IDR 1.5 million per day.  Meanwhile, the VIP category costs IDR 10 million for the royal class, and IDR 12 million for the deluxe class per day.  Ivan said the organizers are targeting to sell as many as 20 thousand tickets, or the same as the previous year's sales.  He also mentioned that there would be early bird tickets, or early ticket sales of 5,000 tickets. The advantage of this early bird ticket is that it is sold at a 20 percent discount.      FIA rejects Ferrari's appeal over Sainz' penalty at Australian GP  Formula 1 governing body FIA has rejected Ferrari's appeal over the penalty awarded to Carlos Sainz at the end of the Australian Grand Prix on April 2.  "There were no new significant and relevant elements which were not available to the parties requesting review at the time of the relevant decision. Therefore, the application was rejected," the FIA ​​said, quoted from the official F1 website, Wednesday.  Sainz was hit with a five-second time penalty for clashing with Fernando Alonso (Aston Martin) during the final restart of the race, dropping Sainz from fourth to 12th.  The disappointment and anger from Sainz was unstoppable after the Australian GP, ​​stating that it was "the most unfair penalty of his life".  A week after the race, Ferrari Team Boss Frederic Vasseur confirmed that the Italian team had petitioned for the right of review, with the hope of overturning the penalty.  "However, we decided that regardless of whether it was equivalent to a first lap incident, we deemed there was sufficient gap for Sainz to take steps to avoid a collision and failed to do so. We have therefore imposed a 5 second time penalty," explained the FIA.  Ferrari has also asked the stewards to reconsider their decision by taking into account the telemetry data from Sainz's car, plus the witness statements provided by Sainz and Alonso.  The FIA, however, said they were not reconsidering Ferrari's appeal on this basis because their decision was made during the race.  "There was no need for us to hear from Sainz or hear from the other driver to determine that he was entirely at fault for the collision," he said.  On the other hand, Ferrari in their official statement acknowledged the FIA's decision not to grant the team the right of review in relation to the penalty handed down to Sainz.  "In any case we respect the FIA's process and decision. We are now looking forward to having broader discussions with the FIA, F1 and all the teams, with a view to further enhancing our sporting oversight, to ensure the highest level of fairness and consistency our sport deserves." he added.


Jakarta (ANTARA) - Tickets for Formula E or Jakarta E-Prix 2023 Jakarta International E-Prix Circuit Ancol Jakarta will be sold the day after tomorrow or April 20 with prices ranging from IDR 750 thousand to IDR 12 million for one race series.

Jakarta E-Prix 2023 Project Director Ivan Permana said in Jakarta, Tuesday, that Formula E ticket sales were divided into three categories namely festivals, grand stands and VIP.

Tickets for the festival category are sold at IDR 750,000 for one day. While the Formula E car race is held in two days for two racing series, namely Series 10 and Series 11, the organizers also provide a two-day pass price package for the festival category, which is IDR 1.3 million.

Also read: Officials until racers enter the composition of the Formula E committee

"For tickets for two consecutive days we sell them at a lower price. An example for a one-day festival is Rp. 750,000, for two days we will give a discount to Rp. 1.3 million," he said.

For the grand stand category, namely a place for spectators on the track with seats priced at IDR 1 million to IDR 1.5 million per day.

Meanwhile, the VIP category costs IDR 10 million for the royal class, and IDR 12 million for the deluxe class per day.

Ivan said the organizers are targeting to sell as many as 20 thousand tickets, or the same as the previous year's sales.

He also mentioned that there would be early bird tickets, or early ticket sales of 5,000 tickets. The advantage of this early bird ticket is that it is sold at a 20 percent discount.





FIA rejects Ferrari's appeal over Sainz' penalty at Australian GP


Formula 1 governing body FIA has rejected Ferrari's appeal over the penalty awarded to Carlos Sainz at the end of the Australian Grand Prix on April 2.

"There were no new significant and relevant elements which were not available to the parties requesting review at the time of the relevant decision. Therefore, the application was rejected," the FIA ​​said, quoted from the official F1 website, Wednesday.

Sainz was hit with a five-second time penalty for clashing with Fernando Alonso (Aston Martin) during the final restart of the race, dropping Sainz from fourth to 12th.

The disappointment and anger from Sainz was unstoppable after the Australian GP, ​​stating that it was "the most unfair penalty of his life".

A week after the race, Ferrari Team Boss Frederic Vasseur confirmed that the Italian team had petitioned for the right of review, with the hope of overturning the penalty.

"However, we decided that regardless of whether it was equivalent to a first lap incident, we deemed there was sufficient gap for Sainz to take steps to avoid a collision and failed to do so. We have therefore imposed a 5 second time penalty," explained the FIA.

Ferrari has also asked the stewards to reconsider their decision by taking into account the telemetry data from Sainz's car, plus the witness statements provided by Sainz and Alonso.

The FIA, however, said they were not reconsidering Ferrari's appeal on this basis because their decision was made during the race.

"There was no need for us to hear from Sainz or hear from the other driver to determine that he was entirely at fault for the collision," he said.

On the other hand, Ferrari in their official statement acknowledged the FIA's decision not to grant the team the right of review in relation to the penalty handed down to Sainz.

"In any case we respect the FIA's process and decision. We are now looking forward to having broader discussions with the FIA, F1 and all the teams, with a view to further enhancing our sporting oversight, to ensure the highest level of fairness and consistency our sport deserves." he added.
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