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2021 Rome E-Prix

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The ABB FIA Formula E World Championship returns to Europe for another showdown on the streets of Rome. Witness 24 cars and drivers fight for the win on the unforgiving streets of Italy's historical heartland. Let the gladiatorial battle commence.

Formula E returns to Rome

Last time out

the home of street fighting

There's always a ruckus in Rome, and it was no different last time out in the Italian capital, as Mitch Evans and Andre Lotterer fought tooth-and-nail for the full 45 minutes. In the end, it was the Kiwi who held his nerve, forcing Lotterer to settle for second. Making up for a disastrous race the previous year, Evans defeated his demons to finally claim both his and Jaguar Racing's first win. 

Track map

Formula E Rome track map

As one of the longest tracks on the calendar, the Circuito Cittadino dell'EUR races around the Obelisco di Marconi, against the backdrop of the iconic Colosseo Quadrato.

The Rome circuit has been remastered for Season 7, it still features the familiar challenges with plenty of undulations, lots of elevation changes, uneven surface and that jump. But the track now boasts longer and faster straights offering up more opportunities for overtaking.

The grid will be tested when they clash on the Circuito Cittadino dell’EUR for the third time in the series history.

Virtual Allianz E-Village

Virtual Allianz E-Village

With the racing coming from behind closed doors, we are bringing Formula E's race day experience direct to your home with the Virtual Allianz E-Village. There will be exclusive content straight from the paddock, a chance to win a spot in a driver Q&A with Formula E drivers, an online autograph session and much more.

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