Formula E – Road To Vegas Prize Money Breakdown Revealed

FIA Formula E and Cloud Sport have revealed the Road To Vegas prize money breakdown. We now learn just how the $1 million dollar prize will be divvied up between the contestants that will take part in the January 2017 Las Vegas eRace. Without going into fine detail, the winner of the event, be it one of the twenty Formula E drivers or one of the ten sim racers that make the cut, will receive $200,000 cash! Extra cash prizes can be won for qualifying on pole for the eRace. Prize money for pole is $25,000 and fastest lap will earn you $10,000! The rest of the prize money is then allocated for positions two to ten. From eleventh to thirtieth, competitors will receive a guaranteed $20,000!

For a full description of the breakdown, you can scroll down to see the complete prize list, as well as the organisers’ description of how the winnings will be allocated. If you would like to enter the competition, you can hit this Link to find out more on how to register for the richest eRace in sim racing history!

Road To Vegas Formula E


Road To Vegas Formula E


The winner of the Vegas eRace will collect $200,000 in the richest prize fund in motor racing eSports history.
The event, which is taking place in Las Vegas during CES on January 7, 2017, pits all 20 FIA Formula E Championship drivers against the 10 qualifiers from the Road to Vegas Championship.
Second place will earn a cool $100k, with third bagging $50,000. The driver setting the first-ever pole position around the bespoke Las Vegas virtual street track will take away $25,000, while the fastest lap of the 50-minute race is worth an additional $10k.

The prizes aren’t just open to the 20 Formula E drivers who will be taking place, the 10 qualifiers from the Cloud Sport-run Road to Vegas championship will also be eligible, and with places 11-30 rewarded with $20,000 each, there are literally thousands of good reasons to get involved.

To learn more about the Road To Vegas and to register now, click here 

Full breakdown of prize pot:

  • 1st $200,000
  • 2nd $100,000
  • 3rd $50,000
  • 4th $42,500
  • 5th $35,000
  • 6th $32,500
  • 7th $30,000
  • 8th $27,500
  • 9th $25,000
  • 10th $22,500
  • 11-30th $20,000
  • Pole: $25,000
  • Fastest lap: $10,000