With the GEN3 era of Formula E heading into a second campaign, after what was a super close-run first outing in 2022/23, all the signs are pointing towards Season 10 stepping things up a level further - especially after the Mexico City season-opener as we head on to a pair of night races in Diriyah, Saudi Arabia.
A record 17-race calendar, with a maiden trip to Japan and a long-awaited return to China, means there'll be more silverware to fight over than there's ever been in a single season. Whoever hits the top in 2023/24 will have earned it and after a typically fraught, ultra-competitive test in Valencia, half the grid will have their eyes on the prize.
Rounds 2 & 3 Diriyah
The double-header in Diriyah gets udnerway on Thursday 25 January with Free Practice 1 at 17:55 local time, 14:55 UTC.
Then it's on to race day on Friday 26 January as Free Practice 2 kicks off the day at 12:55 local, qualifying follows at 15:20 local with lights out on Round 2 at 20:00 local/17:00 UTC.
Free Practice 3 follows on Saturday morning at 12:55 local with qualifying ahead of Round 3 set to get underway at 15:20. Round 3 itself then follows at 20:00 local/17:00 UTC on 27 January.
How to watch and stream Formula E in the UK and Ireland
Formula E teams up with TNT Sports for Season 10, with a new crew - including former Premier League star Jermaine Jenas and F1 hero David Coulthard - bringing UK viewers all the action live.
Not only will exclusive television coverage be presented on TNT Sports, coverage of every race will be streamed live for viewers in the UK on discovery+ alongside extensive editorial coverage on TNTSports.co.uk.
How to watch TNT Sports
TNT Sports is available across all major TV platforms including BT TV, Sky and Virgin Media. Existing BT Sport customers can watch and enjoy TNT Sports without needing to take any further action. discovery+ is the streaming destination for TNT Sports in the UK, presenting many of the world’s most celebrated sports events including the UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, exclusive Premier League games, Premiership Rugby, MotoGP, UFC, boxing, and WWE, together with great entertainment.
How to watch and stream Formula E in Europe
Season 10 will air live across all the major markets in Europe. Find out where to watch where you are.
Here are some of the changes and additions to the broadcast line-up in 2023/24:
Austria: Qualifying and races on ServusTV and ServusON, with the race live on Eurosport 1 along with highlights on Eurosport 1
Germany: Qualifying and races live on DF1, ServusON digital, with the race also live on Eurosport 2, with highlights to follow. All sessions on discovery+
France: Races available on L’Equipe’s La Chaine on Saturday, with Round 3 live. Quali and race action is live on L’Equipe’s digital platform. The race is also available live on Eurosport 1 and Eurosport's digital platform, along with highlights
Italy: Races live on Channel 20, Eurosport 1, with all sessions shown at sportsmediaset.it and eurosport.com
Spain: The race is available on Eurosport 1 with all sessions available on Eurosport’s digital platforms
Netherlands: All sessions are available on discovery+, with the race airing on Eurosport 1. All sessions are also available on Ziggo Sports and Ziggo Sports Go
Belgium: The race is available on Eurosport 1 with all sessions available on Eurosport’s digital platforms
The Formula E app, website and YouTube channel stream Free Practice live in many of these territories, too
How to watch and stream Formula E in the Americas
USA: Formula E's wil air on Roku - America's #1 TV streaming platform - with all sessions live. CBS Sports Network will carry highlights
Mexico: TV Azteca partners with Formula E, with all sessions live on Azteca Deportes and highlights on channel A Mas
Brazil: Practice, qualifying and Round 2 are live on Band Sports and Play with Bandeirentes showing Round 3 on delay
How to watch and stream Formula E in Japan
Japan makes its debut on the Formula E calendar in Season 10, with a maiden trip to Tokyo on the way.
Tune in to J Sports 3 to watch Diriyah qualifying and the race live.
How to watch and stream Formula E in China
Formula E makes a long-awaited return to China in Season 10, with a first visit to the Shanghai International Circuit for a race apiece on 25 & 26 May.
The first-ever race in Formula E history was held on the streets of Beijing in September 2014. Since then, China has hosted seven races including in Sanya and Hong Kong, with the most recent in March 2019.
CCTV will form the home of Formula E in Season 10. Diriyah will be available on HUYA Sina and Bilibili, who are also showing every session live, as well as highlights.
Qualifying and race action is live on Yangshipin and CCTV Sports. Guangdong will show delayed coverage of quali and race action for fans to catch up with.
How to watch and stream Formula E in India
Sony Sports Network will be the new home of Formula E in India from this season onwards. All live races and much more content will be broadcast across Sony Sports' TV channels as well as on the streaming platform Sony LIV.
Tune in to Sony Ten 1 to watch the action live, or live stream it on Sony Liv.