Formula E “electric” races can now be watched in recordings starting with the first series, which started in 2014. All stages are already available on the official website and in the corresponding application (iOS and Android).
This was drew the attention of Engadget.
Watching all 116 ePrizes (Grand Prix in “electric language”) of the previous 9 seasons will require 90 hours of viewing. To get access, you only need to register, after which the full archive will be available for viewing at any time.
Moreover, recordings of new stages will also appear on the platform relatively quickly. They will be available for viewing a week after the live broadcast. Viewing such recordings will also be free and will not require access to other platforms or subscriptions.
Of course, you will still need an official subscription or a subscription to Paramount+, Roku, etc. to watch live streams.
The 10th season of Formula E will start on January 13, 2024, and will be opened by the Mexican ePrix. Next year, 17 stages of the competition are planned.