For the first time, UK fans will able to watch a Formula E race live on BBC 2. Round five of the all-electric Formula E series – the Hong Kong E-Prix – will be shown in full on the terrestrial, free-to-air channel.
The action gets underway from 7:30am on Sunday 10th March with the pre-race build-up, before the race start at 8am GMT. Of course, fans can still watch via the BBC Sport website, BBC iPlayer and the BBC Red Button at the same times. You’ll also find live action on Eurosport and, new for this season, Formula E’s own YouTube Channel. Live coverage will also be available on BT Sport.
In Central Europe, the race gets underway at 9am, whilst over in the US (Eastern time) it’s an early one at 3am.
Of course, you’ll also find extensive coverage via Envision Virgin Racing’s channels from right here on our website through to our social media channels; bringing you all the latest team news, content and updates.
Enjoy the race!