Formula E Holdings has announced that CMC Capital Partners are to become a shareholder in the company, adding to the growing list of investors joining the electric racing series. The news follows after the announcement that global automotive and racing platform Motorsport Network acquired a stake.

The investment is led by CMC Capital Partners – China’s leading investor and operator in media and entertainment, sports, internet and mobile, and lifestyle sectors.

Alejandro Agag, Founder & CEO of Formula E, said: “We are excited to welcome CMC Capital Partners, led by Mr. Ruigang Li, to the increasing list of investors joining Formula E and the electric revolution,” said Alejandro Agag, Founder & CEO of Formula E.

“China is an important player in the potential of electric vehicle manufacturing and production, and this partnership reinforces our intentions to promote sustainable mobility across Asia and Mainland China. The opening round of each season has been hosted in this region – Beijing and Hong Kong – and we have teams and drivers such as TECHEETAH and Ma Qing Hua already competing in the series. We look forward to working closely with CMC Capital Partners, and continuing to grow the profile of Formula E in key territories across the globe.”

Ruigang Li, Founding Chairman of CMC, said: “The global automotive industry is now undergoing profound changes with the power source shifting to renewable energy from traditional petrochemical,” said Ruigang Li, Founding Chairman of CMC.

“China is playing a central role in promoting these changes with its vast auto market. The evolution of the auto industry has also brought historic opportunities for motorsports.”

“Since its inauguration three years ago, Formula E has quickly evolved into a premium global sports IP under a first-class leadership, with remarkable progress in promoting sustainability, innovation, and market penetration of electric vehicles, as well as in media partnership, sponsorship and tourism. CMC has been focusing on investing in premium global and local sports IPs, and we look forward to working together with Formula E both in China and globally.” 

Tim is co-founder of and works in international motorsport. He found his passion for sustainable racing by joining world's first competition for hydrogen electric vehicles in 2008. He does not doubt on the possibility of a break through of electric racing. And that deserves a platform to keep up to date and to interact. Tim operates on behalf of Formula Blue Media.


  1. CMC’s investment in Formula E attests to the value that Alejandro Agag has created for all of his shareholders since the inception of the global electric racecar series.

    Alejandro’s success is especially impressive given the overwhelming challenge that he originally faced from Formula 1. Nothing seems to stop Alejandro’s vision and drive!

    Sven Hackmann


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