Scheduling: The 2015 Long Beach ePrix

After a three week gap, Formula E is back for round six of the inaugural 2014-15 season. Round six takes place at a familiar location for motor sport fans as the paddock heads west to California for the Long Beach ePrix! It is a star-studded back-to-back, with the Monte Carlo ePrix following in five weeks time. There are three practice sessions for Long Beach, looking at the live streaming page, it appears all three sessions will be streamed live, but I’ll update the schedule below if that is not the case.

Formula E is not the only motor racing series on offer during the Easter weekend, as BTCC makes its 2015 debut live from Brands Hatch. It really is a big weekend for ITV4, with BTCC offering eight hours of action alongside Formula E’s action on Saturday night. The ITV line-up for both series are the same as usual, Jennie Gow will be presenting the Formula E race, with Steve Rider and Louise Goodman presenting the BTCC coverage. David Addison remains lead commentator for the BTCC races, Tim Harvey is alongside Addison in the commentary box. Elsewhere, British Superbikes begins with round one at Donington Park on Bank Holiday Monday.

Formula E – Long Beach (online via
04/04 – 16:05 to 16:45 – Practice 1
04/04 – 17:15 to 17:55 – Practice 2
04/04 – 18:25 to 19:05 – Practice 3
04/04 – 19:45 to 21:10 – Qualifying

Formula E – Long Beach (ITV4)
04/04 – 23:00 to 01:30 – Race
05/04 – 09:25 to 10:30 – Highlights

British Touring Car Championship – Brands Hatch (ITV4)
05/04 – 10:30 to 18:30 – Races

British Superbikes – Donington Park (British Eurosport 2)
05/04 – 15:30 to 18:00 – Qualifying
06/04 – 12:30 to 18:00 – Races

As always, the schedule will be updated if anything changes.


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