Jean-Eric Vergne leads the drivers’ standings as the Formula E circus hits Rome for the first time on Saturday 14th April. The Frenchman has taken two victories in the first six races, building a 30-point cushion between himself and second-placed Felix Rosenqvist. Can the Techeetah driver pull further away from the pack in Italy, or will Formula E legend Sebastien Buemi or reigning champion Lucas di Grassi begin to turn around their wretched seasons with a much needed win in the Eternal City? Take a look at Sports.net’s Formula E Round 7 Rome ePrix betting preview.
After making such an impact opening the Formula E calendar last year, the Hong Kong E-Prix has been extended to two days for 2017/18 - the first Asian double header in the sport’s four-season history.
The Formula E series finale takes place in the stunning city of Montreal, with both driver and team championships to be decided over the course of rounds 11 and 12. Montreal has a great motor racing history, with most events taking place at the famous Circuit Gilles Villeneuve but, as usual, Formula E will race on a street track in the heart of the city.
New York, New York, so good they’ll race there twice! Rounds nine and ten of the 2017 Formula E series take place at the brand-new street circuit in Brooklyn.
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