Scheduling: The 2015 Punta del Este ePrix

The second season of the Formula E championship continues next weekend live from Punta del Este in Uruguay, with all the race action live on ITV4. Jennie Gow will present the action, as of writing guests are to be confirmed.

Preceding the race on ITV4 will be a new Formula E magazine show called Sound of the Future. The first three episodes were aired out of the limelight, and episode four premièred last weekend. Each episode was uploaded to the ITV Hub, but were only available for seven days meaning that they have since been removed, which seems a bit of a shame. Either way, episode four will air again next Saturday before the Uruguay race day programme.

Also as of writing, ITV4 will not be showing the Punta del Este qualifying session live, meaning it should be available for UK viewers to watch online via Formula E’s website.

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Below are all the scheduling details you need…

Formula E – Punta del Este (online via
19/11 – 11:10 to 12:10 – Practice 1
19/11 – 13:25 to 14:10 – Practice 2
19/11 – 14:45 to 16:10 – Qualifying

Formula E – Punta del Este
19/12 – 17:20 to 20:30 (ITV4)
=> 17:20 – Sound of the Future: Episode 4
=> 18:00 – Race
20/12 – 09:25 to 10:20 – Highlights (ITV)

As always I will update the schedule if anything changes.


2 thoughts on “Scheduling: The 2015 Punta del Este ePrix

  1. Practice and qualifying shoudnt be too difficult to watch live in the UK its been available on line it was for the last round

  2. I have to say Sound of the Future is a very poorly made program, (Not to mention incredibly badly advertised, as if ITV themselves are embarrassed by it) narrated very half-heartedly by the guy who does the qualifying reports on the race show. (It could be the editor for all we know) I watched the first episode and the first 6/7 minutes are just the camera crew trying to pretend that they don’t know where the track is and asking random people: It’s neither funny nor professional, it’s just stupid and a waste of time and money. The interview with Piquet Jnr. and Alain Prost was half-decent, but when you have to wait through nearly 10 minutes of a one-note joke which falls incredibly flat it’s not worth the bother. I will be watching qualifying instead.

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