The Formula E race track in the city of Rome has been revealed. On 14th of April the drivers challenge a 2.86 km long course that counts 21 corners.

The track is situated in the EUR district, south to the city centre. It’s a business area in which the Ministry of Economy is located as well. The circuit is the second longest on the calendar, only the one used for the Marrakesh ePrix is longer. With the start/finish line is situated on Via Cristoforo Colombo, the cars will race around the Obelisco di Marconi, against the backdrop of the iconic Colosseo Quadrato.

Today’s launch was joined by Formula E champions Nelson Piquet Jr, Sébastien Buemi and Lucas di Grassi. The Italian NIO driver Luca Filippi was present as well. They drove through the city, passing landmarks such as the Colosseum and Rome Convention Centre.

Not long ago the street circuit in Santiago was revealed too.

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