2019 Formula E race takes place in Rome in April.
Rome hosts the second edition of the Formula E electric car race on 13 April, with 22 battery-powered electric cars battling it out on the streets of the city's EUR suburb.
Rome mayor Virginia Raggi has announced that the race area will be open for free on 12 April to allow the public to observe the preparations and enjoy the attractions at the E-Village.
Tickets for the race on 13 April range from €60 - for a premium adult seat - down to €1 for children aged 5-15, while there is no charge for kids under four years of age.
Rome's inaugural Formula E took place on 14 April 2018 with 20 racing cars undertaking 19 laps of the 2.8km circuit around EUR.
For full details of 2019 event see Rome E-Prix website.