Mexico City, Mexico|03 Mar, 2018

Formula E Radio & Podcast: 2018 Mexico City E-Prix LIVE

Once again, Formula E Radio will be airing all the action live from the 2018 Mexico City E-Prix on Saturday, March 3. 

With a pre-race briefing podcast, live race coverage and a post-race catch up podcast, you can tune in to all the race action throughout the day or listen in your own time. See below for our full listing and links to the programmes. 


Ahead of the race, listen to our offical pre-race podcast to get up to speed on all the latest from Season Four of the ABB FIA Formula E Championship. Click below to listen. 


During the race, our team will present full live commentary throughout, covering all the latest news and action on track, from lights out to the chequered flag. See below for broadcast times and comentator bios. Click the link below to tune in.

Broadcast Times 
Saturday 3 March


ON AIR–  11:45 (17:45 GMT)


QUALIFYING ENDS – 13:05 (19:05GMT) 


RACE STARTS- 16:00 (22:00 GMT)

RACE ENDS- 17:05 (23:05 GMT)

OFF AIR – 17:30 (23:30 GMT - off air time may vary)

Commentary Team

Mike Sewell (@MikeSewellSport) – Mike is an experienced commentator and reporter, having covered Formula 1 and MotoGP for BBC 5 live. His football work includes big World Cup and Premier League matches.

Harry Tincknell (@HarryTincknell) – Harry is a British racing driver with experience in a variety of disciplines including 24 Hours of Le Mans and Formula 3. He is currently a test driver for the Panasonic Jaguar Racing team.

Claire Cottingham (@Cla_Cottingham) – Claire is a journalist, presenter and reporter whose knowledge and passion for motorsport has seen her work for a number of established media organisations such as the BBC, ITV and talkSPORT.



Missed it live? No problem - following each race, there will be a special review podcast available via the iTunes store here or click below to catch up on all the action.

All about Abt

Germany’s Daniel Abt took the chequered flag for Audi Sport Abt Shaeffler at the 2018 Mexico City E-Prix, ahead of Oliver Turvey and Sébastien Buemi, who finished in second and third positions respectively.

We’ll hear from all three drivers, as well as Felix Rosenqvist. The Swede started on pole and had the early race lead before his car developed power issues.

Mike Sewell, Harry Tincknell and Claire Cottingham bring you key reaction and analysis to Round Five of the 2017/18 ABB FIA Formula E Championship.