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After crowning six different winners from six different teams on four continents, the ABB FIA Formula E Championship reaches Rome, marking the start of the voestalpine European races. Here's all you need to know about every round within the European campaign.
Kicking off the first of the newly titled voestalpine European races, Formula E returns to the ancient ruins of Rome on April 13. Back for the second time in the series history after Envision Virgin Racing's Sam Bird clinched the win here last season, get ready to watch 22 cars and drivers battle it out on the unforgiving streets of Italy's historical heartland. Let battle commence.
On April 27, Formula E returns to Les Invalides, Paris for the fourth time in the series history. Here's your chance to watch 22 cars and drivers rip around charming cobbled streets and breeze past iconic architecture as they battle for the win. But this ain't no love story. This is Formula E.
In the aftermath of the Paris E-Prix, the ABB FIA Formula E Championship returns to the streets of Monaco for the ninth round in the 2018/19 season of the series. That means sun, sea and more wheel-to-wheel combat than the harbourfront can handle. Well, this is Formula E after all. Monaco - get ready for some real city street racing.
For the penultimate round of the voestalpine European races, Formula E heads to the familiar battleground of Berlin. We’re talking 22 new Gen2 cars going wheel-to-wheel at Berlin’s iconic Tempelhof Airport. Get ready, Berlin - Formula E is back.
For the final round of the voestalpine European races, we're finishing up in the quaint city of Bern. Here's your chance to see all 22 Gen2 cars and drivers rip around the sleepy cobbled streets of Switzerland's capital. With just two races left of the Championship, it's make or break in Bern. You don't want to miss this.