Formula E schedule, race calendar and results 2024: Dates, start times, TV channels, live stream and how to watch every FE race this year

The Formula E World Championship is in its second GEN3 season and a milestone 10th overall.

The 2024 campaign, which got underway in January, is the latest under the third design of the car, and sees the race calendar take in 10 cities across the world over 16 rounds, as part of an action-packed schedule.

The series’ global appeal is rising year-on-year, and the all-electric, single seater racing is better and more competitive than ever.

Here, The Sporting News brings you details of all the races in the 2024 Formula E season, including where to watch the action around the world. 

Formula E 2024: Schedule, race calendar, results and how to watch

Round Date E-Prix Country Start Time (local) Winner
1 Jan. 13 Mexico City E-Prix Mexico 2:04 p.m. Pascal Wehrlein
2 Jan. 26 Diriyah E-Prix Saudi Arabia 8:04 p.m. Jake Dennis
3 Jan. 27 Diriyah E-Prix Saudi Arabia 8:04 p.m. Nick Cassidy
4 Mar. 16 Sao Paulo E-Prix Brazil 2:03 p.m. Sam Bird
5 Mar. 30 Tokyo E-Prix Japan 3:03 p.m. Maximilian Guenther
6 Apr. 13 Misano E-Prix Italy 3:03 p.m. Oliver Rowland 
7 Apr. 14 Misano E-Prix Italy 3:03 p.m. Pascal Wehrlein
8 Apr. 27 Monaco E-Prix Monaco 3:03 p.m.  
9 May 11 Berlin E-Prix Germany 3:03 p.m.  
10 May 12 Berlin E-Prix Germany 3:03 p.m.  
11 May 25 Shanghai E-Prix China 3:03 p.m.  
12 May 26 Shanghai E-Prix China 3:03 p.m.  
13 Jun. 29 Portland E-Prix USA 2:03 p.m.  
14 Jun. 30 Portland E-Prix USA 2:03 p.m.  
15 Jul. 20 London E-Prix United Kingdom 5:03 p.m.  
16 Jul. 21 London E-Prix United Kingdom 5:03 p.m.  

How to watch Formula E in 2024 online via live stream and on TV

Here’s how to watch all the action from this season’s Formula E schedule in several of the world’s major territories:

How to watch in UK  

TNT Sports/Discovery+ is the only way to see all the action from Formula E in the U.K. — with highlights from both races across the weekend also being shown on Formula E’s official YouTube channel. For Free Practice, The Formula E app and the official YouTube channel is an alternative streaming option. 

How to watch in USA 

In the US, the majority of races and highlights will be shown on CBS and the Roku Channel, while Qualifying and Free Practice will also be available mainly on the Roku Channel. Formula E’s official YouTube channel, app and race center will also stream Free Practice.  

How to watch in Canada 

TSN is the place for all the race action in Canada, with selected races also on TVA. The official YouTube channel, app and race center will stream Free Practice.

How to watch in Australia 

Stan Sport is your place for all the Formula E action in Australia, with Free Practice also available via Formula E’s official YouTube channel, app and race center in selected parts of the country.

How to watch in India 

Sony LIV and ST1 will broadcast FE races in India, while Free Practice will be hosted by the official YouTube channel, app and race center.

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