Formula E hits the streets of Rome!

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The inaugural ABB FIA Formula E CBMM Niobium Rome E-Prix presented by Mercedes EQ hits the streets on the 14th April 2018, bringing fully-electric international single-seater street racing to the capital for the first time.

At 1.7 miles, the track is one of the longest in the Season 4 calendar, meaning more wheel to wheel action for everyone to enjoy. Join with your friends and family to cheer your heroes and watch local driver Luca Filippi battle it out on track.

SATURDAY
START ACTIVITY PLACE
08:00 NON QUALIFYING PRACTICE 1 Track
08:55 ROBORACE Track
09:35 CBMM E-Bike Track
10:30 NON QUALIFYING PRACTICE 2 Track
12:00 FORMULA E QUALIFYING Track
12:45 FORMULA E SUPER POLE Track
13:45 E-Race Gaming Arena
14:00 Autograph session Allianz E-Village
14:00 ROBORACE Track
15:00 Drivers parade Track
15:30 Grid positioning Grid
16:00 CBMM NIOBIUM ROME E-PRIX 2018 presented by Mercedes EQ Track
17:05 Podium ceremony Podium
 
 

Routes and Diversions

To allow the build (3 - 12 April) and the dismantle of the race circuit (16 - 22 April), there will be a programme of roadworks taking place at night in the EUR district. There will be changes to some public roads and paths, roadside parking restrictions and bus route diversions in the district.

For more information on these roadworks and how these changes will affect your travel in the EUR district, including day by day maps, please visit:

Roma Servizi per la Mobilità >>

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Maps detailing the day to day roadworks and diversions can be downloaded in the links below

- Before the race: 3 – 12 April  daytime
- Before the race: 3 – 12 April nighttime   
- During the race: 12 – 16 April  
- After the race: 16 – 22 April  daytime 
- After the race: 16 – 22 April nighttime

How to get to the race

The best way to get to the race is to use the Metro stations in the district. Depending on where you will be watching the race from depends on the best station for you to travel to. Please click on your grandstand below to find out the best route. 
- Grandstand 1
- Grandstand 2A
- Grandstand 2B & 2C
- Grandstand 3A & 3B
- Grandstand 4A & 4B
- Prato
- Disabled Platform

Restricted items

For a full list of restrictions and prohibited items at the event please click here

 
 

Away from the track, there's the Allianz E-Village - a full day festival of entertainment and innovation for families and fans of all ages.

As well as being home to the driver autograph session, there's the opportunity to get involved with a variety of fantastic displays and activities, such as:

  • The latest electric & hybrid vehicles in the Drive Zone
  • The chance to compete against the Formula E drivers within the Gaming Zone
  • Attend the autograph session and meet your favourite drivers before the race
  • Enjoy live music in the Stage Zone
  • Sample a range of authentic local food and drink in the Taste Zone

With activities for fans of all ages, the Allianz E-Village, located at La Nuvola is the chance to experience all Formula E has to offer away from the track. Be sure to stay to the end to enjoy the podium Mumm champagne celebrations too!

Allianz E-Village Kids Zone
Welcomes Luneur Park

We are delighted to announce that all Rome E-Prix ticket holders can now enjoy free access to the Luneur Theme Park on Saturday 14th April 2018. Additionally, fans can purchase pre-sale “unlimited ride” tickets for just 10 EUR (usually 18 EUR). Click the link below to learn more and buy your tickets now.

 
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