As Formula E gets ready for its fourth season, the all-electric single-seater series has revealed details of a new circuit in yet another capital city.
The iconic streets of Rome will host a Formula E race on April 14 next year with the circuit set to be the second longest on the calendar at 1.77 miles long.
Introducing the track for the 2018 FIA Formula E #RomeEPrix, the Circuto Cittadino dell’EUR! 🇮🇹
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The circuit uses the longest district road in Italy as the start/finish straight the Via Cristoforo Colombo and will race around the Obelisco di Marconi with the Colosseo Quadrato making for a pretty backdrop to the race.
The fourth season of Formula E will begin in Hong Kong on December 2.