Season 9 heads to Rome as the gladiatorial fight for the 2022/23 title is heating up, it's close at the top and big points at this penultimate double-header of the year will be vital for any championship hopes - and here's the all-important rundown of the schedule for the 2023 Hankook Rome E-Prix, Rounds 13 and 14.
There's a small change to proceedings on as 11 Formula E newcomers take to the track first in the Rookie Free Practice, as the next generation get their all-electric racing initiation from 14:30 - 15:00 local (13:00 UTC) - you can watch live and follow the 30 minute session right here on the Formula E Race Centre.
Then it's time to hand of the reins to Season 9 grid, as they get their first sampling of the high-powered GEN3 for 30 minutes of Free Practice 1 from 17:00 local (15:00 UTC).
Saturday is race day one, as the second practice sessions kicks off the proceedings at 08:10 local (06:10 UTC) ahead of qualifying from 10:40 local (08:40 UTC). It's lights out on the first of the weekend's races with 25-laps starting at 15:00 local (13:00 UTC).
The second leg of the Roman double-header on Sunday is a mirror of the previous day with Free Practice 3 getting action started at 08:10 local (06:10 UTC), then it's on to qualifying at 10:40 local (08:40 UTC).
To mix up strategies, Sunday's race will be one lap less with 24-laps from 15:00 local (13:00 UTC).