Project ePrix is a Project on the Formula E Wiki, which aims to add and maintain articles for all ePrix hosted in the name of Formula E. This Project must ensure that the articles have full results from qualifying and the race included, as well as a report of the race. Furthermore, this Project is considered to be crucial to the Wiki, and must be maintained as a priority.
At present, the Project Leader and only member of the ePrix Project in FEWiki founder JPDurzel, who has contributed a majority of the content so far added. To help him out, or attempt to beat his current contributions, join the list below:
- JPDurzel (Project Leader)
If you would like to take control of the Project, or need further aid in helping out, remember to contact the Project Leader on their talk page.
The list below contains every single ePrix staged, as well as an indication about its quality or indeed existence. The quality judgement is made by the Project Leader, although group consensus will take control once the number of Project Members rises.
Below is the full list of ePrix. Remember to use the ePrix article template when adding a new ePrix to the Wiki.
|Project ePrix Checklist|
The quality of each article is determined by the Project Leader, with no priority given to any particular article or season at present.
The key for the Project ePrix table is displayed below, with an explanation to each colour displayed:
|Gold||Featured||An article that has been featured on the Main Page.|
|Purple||Excellent||The article contains excellent information, with videos and/or images of the event to support the text.|
|Green||Good||Each section has good information, and an image of the circuit exists on the page.|
|Yellow||OK||Content exists on the article, but is lacking in overall detail. Infoboxes and tables are complete.|
|Plum||Poor||Article severely lacks detail, with infoboxes incomplete.|
|Blue||To Be Completed||The Article has been created, but awaits the completion of the ePrix.|
|Red||None||The Article has not been created.|