Launched as an idea by FIA president Jean Todt to demonstrate the potential of electric vehicles and alternative energy solutions, Formula E has become a reality thanks to the enterprising Spanish businessman Alejandro Agag.

Beginning in September 2014 inside the Beijing Olympic Park, on April 14th Formula E after competing on the streets of Berlin, Buenos Aires, Hong Kong, Marrakech, Monaco, Paris and New York, boat to Rome.

With a 2.7km track, the Capital circuit is one of the longest in the season. TAG Heuer, among the founding partners of the event, has contributed to bringing the energy of international electric cars for the first time in history on the streets of Rome.

No more exhaust fumes, the smell of petrol and burnt tires. Formula E respects the environment and offers a glimpse of the future of the motor sport world and beyond. Among the manufacturers who have joined the Audi, BMW, Jaguar, Mercedes and Porsche championship.

The first Italian E-Prix, like all those in the championship, will take place entirely on Saturday in the streets of the Eur district, a few steps from the Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana and the Palazzo dei Congressi. The first free practice session will start at 8 am, the second will be at 10, at 12 there will be qualifying and the race is scheduled for 16. Qualifying and the Formula E race in Rome will be broadcast live on the channels Italy 1 and Italy 2.

Bedetti official dealer TAG Heuer will be present at the event and is waiting for you at its store in Piazza San Silvestro to present all its news.

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