Where to watch Formula E 2024 Shanghai E-Prix

Find out where to watch the 2024 Shanghai E-Prix with TV and streaming options for the UK, USA, and worldwide to catch all the electrifying action from the Shanghai International Circuit


The 2024 Formula E World Championship returns to China for the first time in four seasons, bringing the electric racing series to the iconic Shanghai International Circuit, so make sure you know where to watch the 2024 Shanghai E-Prix on TV and via streaming services.

The event marks a significant milestone as it is the third new host city on the Season 10 calendar. China holds historical importance in Formula E, with Beijing hosting the first-ever race in Season 1. The return to China is highly anticipated, especially in Shanghai, a city renowned for its rich motorsport heritage. 

The Shanghai International Circuit, which also hosts Formula 1 and other premier motorsport events, will offer a thrilling backdrop for this electric showdown. The 3.051 km circuit layout promises exciting racing action, with high-speed straights and tight corners challenging the drivers.

Nick Cassidy of Jaguar leads the Drivers’ Championship with 140 points, closely followed by Pascal Wehrlein of Porsche and Oliver Rowland of Nissan. With the championship battle intensifying, fans can expect an exhilarating weekend of racing as drivers strive to make their mark in the historic return to China.

Where to Watch the 2024 Shanghai E-Prix in the UK

In the UK, fans can watch all the race sessions of the 2024 Shanghai E-Prix on TNT Sports 3. Additionally, all sessions will be available for streaming on discovery+, ensuring comprehensive coverage of the event for British viewers.

Where to Watch the 2024 Shanghai E-Prix in the USA

In the USA, Formula E enthusiasts can catch all the live race sessions on Roku. Highlights of the races will be available on CBS Sports Network, providing fans with extensive coverage and key moments from the event.

Formula E 2024 Shanghai E-Prix Global Viewing Options

Fans worldwide can enjoy the thrilling return of Formula E to China by tuning in through these various broadcast and digital platforms, ensuring they don’t miss any action from the 2024 Shanghai E-Prix.

  • China: CCTV5+, CCTV Sports/Yangshipin, Guangdong Sports, HUYA, BiliBili, Sina, Kuaishou, Douyin.
  • Pan Southeast Asia: SPOTV (delayed coverage).
  • Australia: Stan Sports (live coverage), 9GO (highlights).
  • India: ST5 and ST1, SonyLIV.
  • Indonesia: iNews, SPORTSTARS, MNC Vision+.
  • Pakistan: A Sports, ARY Digital.
  • Japan: J Sports 1 (Saturday), J Sports 4 (Sunday), BS Fuji (highlights).
  • New Zealand: Sky Sports 5.
  • France: La Chaine L’Equipe, Eurosport 1, Eurosport Player, L’Equipe.fr.
  • Germany: DF1, ServusOn, ServusTV Motorsports Magenta.
  • Italy: Mediaset’s Channel 20, SportMediaset.it, Italia Uno, Eurosport 1.
  • Austria: ServusTV, ServusOn.
  • Netherlands: Ziggo Sport Racing, ZiggoGO, Eurosport 1.
  • Canada: TVA Sports (delayed), TSN +.
  • Mexico: Fox Sports 3, Claro Sports, Azteca Deportes.
  • Sub-Saharan Africa: SuperSport Motorsport, SuperSport Action, ETV.
  • MENA: SSC Extra 1, shahid.net.
Tom Dillmann of NIO with an advertising banner hanging from his car, leads Mitch Evans of  Jaguar during the 2019 Sanya E-prix at the Sanya Street Circuit China | Formula E
Tom Dillmann of NIO with an advertising banner hanging from his car, leads Mitch Evans of Jaguar during the 2019 Sanya E-prix at the Sanya Street Circuit China | Formula E

Schedule for the 2024 Shanghai E-Prix

The 2024 Shanghai E-Prix kicks off on Friday, May 24, with Free Practice 1 at 17:00 local time (10:00 UK). 

The track action continues on Saturday, May 25, with Free Practice 2 at 08:00 local time, followed by qualifying at 10:20, and the first race (Round 11) at 15:00 local time (08:00 UK). 

Sunday, May 26, begins with Free Practice 3 at 08:00 local time, leading into qualifying at 10:20, and concludes with the second race (Round 12) at 15:00 local time.

SessionDayShanghaiUK (BST)US (ET)US (PT)
Free Practice 1Fri17:0010:0005:0002:00
Free Practice 2Sat08:0001:0020:00*17:00*
Qualifying (R11)Sat10:2003:2022:20*19:20*
Race (R11)Sat15:0008:0003:0000:00
Free Practice 3Sun08:0001:0020:00*17:00*
Qualifying (R12)Sun10:2003:2022:20*19:20*
Race (R12)Sun15:0008:0003:0000:00
*indicates previous day
John Smithhttps://total-motorsport.com
Editor at Total-Motorsport.com and all round Motorsport journalist specialising in Formula 1, IndyCar and Formula E.
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