Formula E is back this weekend as the all-electric championship visits Hong Kong.
The ultra-competitive series has seen four different winners from the opening four races of the season and changeable conditions on a tight and twisty track mean another unpredictable result is on the cards
Mahindra ace Jerome d’Ambrosio is currently top of the drivers’ standings after victory in Morocco while Lucas di Grassi pipped Pascal Wehrlein on the line last time out in Mexico.
Brit Sam Bird is third in the championship behind Antonio Felix da Costa but former F1 regulars Felipe Massa and Stoffel Vandoorne are both struggling for results since making their Formula E debuts – can they turn things around in Hong Kong?
Formula E TV channel (All times Uk)
UK viewers have the chance to watch Formula E live on the BBC for the first time ever, with the race due to be shown on BBC 2 from 7.30am (race starts at 8am).
There are also a host of other ways to keep up to date with the action, including on the red button and via iPlayer.
Qualifying (Sunday March 10, 3.45am)
BBC Red Button – 3.30am-5am
BT Sport 3 – 3.30am-5am
Eurosport 1 – 3.30am-5am
Race (Sunday March 10, 8am)
BBC2 – 7.30am-9.15am
BBC Red Button – 7.30am-9.15am
BT Sport 3 – 7.30am-9.30am
Eurosport 1 – 7.30am-9.30am
Formula E live stream
Fans will be able to watch the race live on the BBC website while there is also the opportunity to follow Formula E’s companion show Voltage on YouTube.
This offers an alternative way of taking in the action with high-profile guests watching along in the studio.
Highlights will also be broadcast on BT Sport 1 (Mon 5am-6am), BT Sport 2 (Sun 10.30pm-11.30pm and Tue 1pm-2pm) and on Quest (Mon 6pm-7pm).