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How To Watch Formula E 2023 (By Country)

We break down how to watch the new Formula E 2023 season country by country.

How To Watch Formula E

In this article, we will show you how to watch Formula E whatever country you are in, as well as how to watch race highlights and analysis. Simply scroll down to find your country or select your country from the list below.

How to watch Formula E online

In countries where no live coverage is on TV, you can watch the race live on the Formula E YouTube channel and the official Formula E website.

How to watch Formula E in the UK

Formula E is shown live on Channel 4, as well as being available to watch on other platforms, such as All 4, and on Channel 4’s YouTube channel. Both the race and qualifying are shown live.

Channel 4 also feature analysis, such as track previews, on their Channel 4 Sports YouTube account.

How to watch Formula E in the US

Formula E is aired on CBS in the United States. Two races per season are shown for free on CBS (in the past this has included the Brooklyn ePrix), whilst the rest of the races are shown on CBS Sports Network.

How to watch Formula E in Canada

Formula E is aired live in English in Canada on TSN, and in French on TVA. TVA shows the practice, qualifying, and race all live, whilst TSN only shows the race live.

How to watch Formula E in Australia

You can watch Formula E live on Stan Sport in Australia. Stan Sport shows both practice sessions, qualifying and races live.

How to watch Formula E in New Zealand

Formula E is shown live in New Zealand on Sky Sport. All practice sessions are shown live, along with qualifying and the race.

How to watch Formula E in India

You can watch Formula E live in India on Disney+ Hotstar, where they show both the qualifying and race live.

Formula E 2023 Schedule

Formula E officially begins in Mexico on the 14th of January with the Mexico City ePrix. Testing begins in Valencia on the 13th of December when teams will get the chance to test out the new Gen3 cars for the very first time.

1Mexico City ePrixMexicoAutódromo Hermanos Rodríguez14 Jan 2023
2Diriyah ePrixSaudi ArabiaRiyadh Street Circuit27 Jan 2023
3Diriyah ePrixSaudi ArabiaRiyadh Street Circuit28 Jan 2023
4Hyderabad ePrixIndiaHyderabad Street Circuit11 Feb 2023
5Cape Town ePrixSouth AfricaCape Town Street Circuit25 Feb 2023
6São Paulo ePrixBrazilSão Paulo Street Circuit25 Mar 2023
7Berlin ePrixGermanyTempelhof Airport Street Circuit22 Apr 2023
8Berlin ePrixGermanyTempelhof Airport Street Circuit23 Apr 2023
9Monaco ePrixMonacoCircuit de Monaco6 May 2023
10Jakarta ePrixIndonesiaJakarta International e-Prix Circuit3 Jun 2023
11Jakarta ePrixIndonesiaJakarta International e-Prix Circuit4 Jun 2023
12Portland ePrixUnited StatesPortland International Raceway24 Jun 2023
13Rome ePrixItalyCircuito Cittadino dell’EUR15 Jul 2023
14Rome ePrixItalyCircuito Cittadino dell’EUR16 Jul 2023
15London ePrixUnited KingdomExCeL London29 Jul 2023
16London ePrixUnited KingdomExCeL London30 Jul 2023

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