After two exciting races in Saudi Arabia in February, Formula E returns for the Rome E-Prix.

Nyck de Vries dominated the first Diriyah E-Prix for Mercedes, while Sam Bird won for Jaguar in race two.

The 2020 race in Italy was cancelled as a result of the ongoing COVID pandemic, however, Formula E did race in Rome in 2018 and 2019.

When is the Rome E-Prix?

Like in Diriyah, Rome will host two races.

The two E-Prixs will take place on April 10 and April 11.

Where is the Rome E-Prix taking place?

The race is held at the Circuito Cittadino dell'EUR in Rome.

The circuit is 2.860 km long, making it the second longest circuit on the Formula E calendar.

Where can I watch the Rome E-Prix?

Viewers in the United Kingdom can watch all the Formula E action on the BBC and through its digital platform - BBC iPlayer.

It is also live on Eurosport.

Practice is only available to watch through Formula E’s YouTube channel or Facebook page.

SATURDAY - APRIL 10 (RACE 1)

LIVE PRACTICE 1 - (FORMULA E YOUTUBE / FACEBOOK) - 0655

LIVE PRACTICE 2 - (FORMULA E YOUTUBE / FACEBOOK) - 0910

LIVE QUALIFYING - (BBC IPLAYER / BBC WEBSITE / EUROSPORT 2) - 1045

LIVE E-PRIX (EUROSPORT 2) - 1430

LIVE E-PRIX - (BBC TWO / BBC IPLAYER) - 1445

E-PRIX HIGHLIGHTS - (EUROSPORT 1 / QUEST) - 1900

SUNDAY - APRIL 11 (RACE 2)

LIVE PRACTICE 3 - (FORMULA E YOUTUBE / FACEBOOK) - 0555

LIVE QUALIFYING - (BBC IPLAYER / BBC WEBSITE / EUROSPORT 2 ) - 0745

LIVE E-PRIX - (EUROSPORT) - 1130

LIVE E-PRIX - (BBC IPLAYER / BBC WEBSITE) - 1145

How else can I follow the Bahrain Grand Prix?

Besides TV coverage, Crash.net will be reporting on the action throughout the day.

Recent Rome E-Prix Winners:

2019: Mitch Evans (Jaguar)
2018: Sam Bird (Virgin)

 

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