Nearing its first decade as a sports competition, Formula E continues to count on Enel’s support as one of the main promoters of the category that, beyond being a trivial tournament, serves as a space that leaves a sustainable legacy for the planet.
During the current Season 9, with the debutant Gen3 car, the series will land next March 25 at the E-Prix of Sao Paulo. For the event, Enel Brasil has prepared several surprises for its users, with the aim of rewarding their loyalty and introducing them to the path towards the energy transition.
The company announced that customers will have an exclusive benefit when purchasing tickets for the competition, taking into account that this is the first time in the history of motorsport that Brazil will host a Formula E race, a competition endorsed by the Federation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA).
How to Get Access to the Benefits?
Users who wish to attend the sporting event must access the official website of the event (click here) and use the promotional code below when purchasing their ticket.
It will then return a code “ENELVIP” Pre-order valid from February 14 to 20 or as long as tickets are available.
In addition to participating in the pre-sale with exclusive pricing for Enel customers (full ticket only), they will also enjoy benefits, such as Grandstand Seating (Sector B) on the start/finish straight + podium ceremony.
Food & Drink Pass, which entitles you to an open bar (beer and soft drinks) and Gastronomic Mix (to be chosen among the Fan Village concessionaires).
Enel customers will also have access to the Fan Zone, an interactive and immersive space with entertainment options, musical attractions and activities for all ages on innovation, technology and sustainability.
Brazilian fans are among the biggest and most intense fans of motorsports, which is why the São Paulo E-Prix promises an exciting spectacle.
The legacy of great Brazilian drivers, with Ayrton Senna at the helm, Nelson Piquet, the Fittipaldi and Piquet family, Rubens Barrichello, Felipe Massa and many others, means that motorsport in Brazil continues to have millions of followers.