Formula E Paris E-Prix: Race time, TV Channel, When is it and information ahead of French race

PARIS welcomes again Formula E for the third time because the collection strikes into its last levels.

All in sight of the long-lasting Eiffel Tower, the twenty drivers will slalom round landmarks together with the Musee de l'Armee and Napoleon's tomb.

 Twenty cars will battle it out for victory around the city's famous streets

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Twenty automobiles will battle it out for victory across the metropolis's well-known streets

When is and what time is the Paris E-Prix?

The race is on Saturday, April twenty eighth, racing by means of the streets of the French capital.

Qualifying will get underway at 11am earlier than the flag drops for the race at three.03pm.

What TV channel is it on?

UK protection of Formula E might be discovered on each 5Spike and Eurosport.

5Spike's qualifying protection begins at 10.45am, with the race programme at 2.30pm.

Qualifying will start at 2pm on Eurosport, and the race from 4pm.

 British driver Sam Bird took victory at the last race in Rome two weeks ago

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British driver Sam Chook took victory on the final race in Rome two weeks in the past

Driver standings

Jean-Eric Vergne enters his residence E-Prix 18 factors clear of the sector on 119, with Brit Sam Fowl second on one hundred and one.

Sweden's Felix Rosenqvist, whose two race victories match Vergne and Fowl, sits far behind in third on eighty two factors, the sufferer of two retirements within the final three races.

For the complete Driver Standings, click on right here.

Circuit information

Former Formula 1 driver Nick Heidfeld holds the race lap report, taking simply sixty two.32 seconds to circuit the 14-flip, 1.9km monitor.

Of all of the tracks on the Formula E calendar, solely Rome's circuit is shorter than the Circuit des Invalides.

Vergne is joined at his house E-Prix by fellow Frenchman Nico Prost, son of 4-time Formula 1 world champion Alain.

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PARIS welcomes again Formula E for the third time because the collection strikes into its last levels.