How to watch the Paris E-Prix

Not sure how to follow all the action from the Paris Formula E race this weekend? Well, Virgin Racing fans can keep-up-to-date with the team and drivers Sam Bird and Alex Lynn online, on the TV and on social.

UK fans can watch the race live on 5Spike (Channel 5’s sister station) from 2:30pm on Saturday, April 28. Alternatively, there is live coverage on Eurosport from 2:45pm in the UK and 3:45pm in Europe, as well as on Canal + for those watching in France.

TV Coverage
Live on Eurosport from 15:45 CET // 14:45 UK time
Live on 5Spike from 14:30 UK time

5Spike Channels
Freeview – 31. Sky – 160. TalkTalk – 31. Freesat – 141. BT TV – 31. Virgin Med

There’s also full live updates through the team’s website at including a new Race Hub section with all the results from the day, race information and timetable, plus links to live timing.

Finally, there’s all the behind the scenes action via the team’s social platforms; Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube.

Enjoy the race!

Formula E Paris E-Prix – Race stats:
Date: Saturday, April 28
Round: 8 of 12
Circuit: Circuit des Invalides
Length: 1,920 km
Number of turns: 14
Direction: Clockwise
Laps: 49
Time difference to UK: 1 hour ahead
Team previous best result: 2nd place, 2017
Event hashtag: #ParisEprix

Timetable (all times local):
08:00-08:45 Free Practice 1
10:00-11:30 DSVR Innovation Summit
10:30-11:00 Free Practice 2
12:00-12:36 Qualifying
12:45-13:00 Superpole
16:00 Race (49 laps)

1. Jean Eric Vergne, 119pts
2. Sam Bird, 101pts
3. Felix Rosenqvist, 82pts
4. Sebastien Buemi, 60pts
5. Daniel Abt, 50pts
13. Alex Lynn, 17pts

Teams’ standings:
1. Techeetah, 152pts
2. Virgin Racing, 118pts
3. Mahindra Racing, 103pts
4. Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler, 89pts
5. Panasonic Jaguar Racing, 88pts