The new edition will see 23 drivers compete across 13 races with ex-Toro Rosso star Jean-Eric Vergne the reigning champion.
When are the Formula E races?
The first race of the season takes place on Saturday, December 15.
The full calendar is as follows:
- December 15, 2018: Ad Diriyah ePrix – Riyadh Street Circuit, Saudi Arabia
- January 12, 2019: Marrakesh ePrix – Circuit International Automobile Moulay El Hassan, Morocco
- January 26, 2019: Santiago ePrix – Parque O'Higgins Circuit, Chile
- February 16, 2019: Mexico City ePrix – Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez, Mexico
- March 10, 2019: Hong Kong ePrix – Hong Kong Central Harbourfront Circuit, Hong Kong
- March 23, 2019: Sanya ePrix – Sanya Street Circuit, China
- April 13, 2019: Rome ePrix – Circuito Cittadino dell'EUR, Italy
- April 27, 2019: Paris ePrix – Circuit des Invalides, France
- May 11, 2019: Monaco ePrix – Circuit de Monaco, Monaco
- May 25, 2019: Berlin ePrix – Tempelhof Airport Street Circuit, Germany
- June 22, 2019: Bern ePrix – TBA, Switzerland
- July 13, 2019: New York City ePrix Race 1 – Brooklyn Street Circuit, USA
- July 14, 2019: New York City ePrix Race 2 – Brooklyn Street Circuit, USA
Which TV channel is Formula E on and can I live stream it?
The Formula E season will be shown live on BT Sport ESPN.
BT Sport customers will be able to watch it online and via the BT Sport mobile app.
EE phone customers can also catch the action for FREE with a three-month trial – all you have to do is text SPORT to 150 and follow the instructions.
You can cancel the subscription at any time.
Who are the teams and drivers?
Formula E has attracted many racers from its more popular competitor, Formula 1.
Nelson Piquet Jr was victorious in the inaugural edition, while Sebastien Buemi and Jean-Eric Vergne are also past winners.
Ferrari and Sauber legend Felipe Massa has crossed codes and will drive for Venturi this year.
Here is the full driver and team list:
- Envision Virgin Racing – Sam Bird and Robin Frijns
- Panasonic Jaguar Racing – Nelson Piquet Jr. and Mitch Evans
- HWA Racelab – Stoffel Vandoorne and Gary Paffett
- Geox Dragon – Maximilian Gunther and Jose Maria Lopez
- NIO Formula E Team – Tom Dillmann and Oliver Turvey
- Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler – Lucas di Grassi and Daniel Abt
- Venturi Formula E Team – Felipe Massa and Edoardo Mortara
- Nissan e.dams – Oliver Rowland and Sebastien Buemi
- DS Techeetah Formula E Team – Jean-Eric Vergne and Andre Lotterer
- BMW i Andretti Motorsport – Alexander Sims and Antonio Felix da Costa
- Mahindra Racing – Jerome d'Ambrosio, Felix Rosenqvist and Pascal Wehrlein
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