iPlayer link for those in the UK and may be concerned about whatever the hell a "jawcloud" is https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m0005rkx/click-behind-the-wheel
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Here you can find the official time table in local HK time zone:
Then use or other service to convert the times to your zone.
And VPN to Singapore to watch the race stream on the official youtube channel. I use Freedome (not free actually) but I heard that Opera has a Singapore VPN option.
I am planning one, but I don't think I'll be able to finish it before Hong Kong. This is the simplified style of cars that I used last season.
Nordvpn is what I use. If you want to use Japan try server 566, because some of their Japan servers have to wrong country tagged.
In the long term, I might try HideMyAss as it gives more options, cause they have some of the middle eastern countries on the list like Qatar.
Get a VPN (NordVPN is good, I use it) and connect to a UK server and watch on the BBC. Dario Francitti and Jack Nichols are really good commentators and the pre-race coverage is very good when they actually show all of it.
I'm not sure if it'll be shown live on YouTube this season - the full stream is shown on there and is really really good. This is the one the BBC uses but the pre-race stuff is usually cut very short.
That's basically it. Induction motors like those used in Formula E deliver peak torque at stall (0 RPM) and can sustain an almost flat level of torque for a significant portion of their useful RPM. This gives them a much wider powerband than your typical ICE, which has narrow torque peaks that need to be compensated by transmissions with more gears. The torque curve for the Model S illustrates this well - you see maximum torque at a wide range of speeds before it begins to roll off as RPMs increase further.
A wider powerband means you need fewer gears. Going from 6 (which was probably unnecessary to begin with) to 2 means Renault e.dams can save rotational mass, space, and cost. Less shifting also means less time that the car is unpowered between shifts. There are probably other advantages too, like the driver being able to focus less attention to shifting and more on picking the right line.
Vancouver doesn't get much snow and almost never in February. The most likely case in terms of weather is overcast with occasional light rain and a temperature somewhere between 1 and 10. So it should be fine.
Source: This site mostly. But I do live nearby.
Here is FE's list of countries with a TV deal..
For countries that don't have a TV deal FE livestreams all their sessions on their YouTube channel. If your channel only shows the race live (UK for example) then you can still watch practice and qualifying on YouTube. After that you'll be geoblocked.
Last season I used NordVPN set to Singapore to be able to watch all the races live on FE's YouTube.
Otherwise you need to check out /r/motorsportsstreams.
If you have an android phone you can try my app. You can activate calendar in the settings and the upcoming races will be shown in your calendar app.
The app will switch to the new season as soon as the FIA marks the race calendar as final.
So aside from watching the races you can access the same livetiming the teams have access to here.
Most countries have a television network who has the rights to broadcast FE. On the Formula E website they have a list of every network in every country even if you don't get the pre and post race breakdown.
If you live in a country that doesn't have a TV deal (unlikely) FE broadcasts all sessions on their official youtube channel. Unfortunately it is geoblocked for everyone else. In some countries only the races are shown live (UK for example) in which case you can watch practice and qualifying on youtube but you'll be kicked once the race begins.
Using a VPN (I use NordVPN set to Singapore) you can gain access to the youtube streams by masquerading as someone from a country without TV deals.
And as a last resort you can always check /r/motorsportsstreams. Last year someone was streaming every race and as FE gets more popular that's likely to continue.
If you've got any other questions feel free to ask.
Any paid one with server choices in Singapore will work. Popular and cheapish ones are for example PrivateInternetAccess and NordVPN.
Don't use "free VPN" ones unless you're ok with the fact that they collect and sell your data.
I can watch on YouTube with TunnelBear. It lets you change what country you're claiming to be from... I went with UK, and now the stream on YouTube works.
I'm watching on PC with just the chrome extension. TunnelBear gives you 500mb for free, then 1gb if you make a tweet, but I think I'm going to just pay $50 for a year subscription...
Sorry if this comes off as an ad... I've just been frantically trying to get the YouTube stream to work since the qualifying sessions started and this is the only solution I could find.
It's fine with us at the moment. The coverage in Asia especially is so abysmal (cause FE sells them to rights holders who don't bother to even broadcast). Someone needs to start a hashtag trending on Twitter to get FE Management's attention, cause that's the only social media channel they are actually active on.
A few nice VPNs:
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What I'd love to see would be this data being accessible on a mobile phone in real time. This is what second screen interfaces would be perfect for. Something like livescore does for soccer.
If someone finds me an api I'd start making it tomorrow.
Yes but I wouldn't go to that link after the race as that will also have a live text feed. I'm pretty certain it will have spoilers on it.
Your best option is to go on iplayer where there should be no spoilers and go to the sports category.
It’s awful in the US too like others have mentioned. The CBS site sucks and I don’t have cable or anything.
And since FE isn’t super popular, hard to find decent pirated streams.
Whats does work is using a VPN like NordVPN or Windscribe to watch on YouTube. I noticed that Australia, for example, got the entire London race weekend on YouTube. Probably because they don’t have a network partner down under. So I used my VPN to connect to a proxy in Melbourne. Worked perfectly.
> ~~I'm using VyprVPN for the weekend as Express VPN's Algeria and Egypt server are detected as NL and GB by Google servers.~~
What does say?
NL and GB sound like Google detects the DNS addresses (which are not always from the same country as the actual vpn server ip).
An update: I found a vpn for South Africa and all races are streamed on YouTube in South Africa.
Here's the link for the play store app link
If you want to watch it on YouTube, you can use a vpn and use South Africa or any other African nation as an option. I suggest you use this one here
VPN to Singapore works also for Youtube, and last season I was also able to watch a couple of races via a VPN to the UK, via the BBC iPlayer website (the broadcast was a bit hard to find in there though).
I usually watch on my phone and use the Freedome VPN app, in which you can get 24h of service for 1€, which is just a fine price to pay for watching one race of Formula E.
My current plan is to watch on my phone and get a 1-day pass for Freedome (which is a VPN service, they have an app) for 1 € and patch myself to Singapore where the race is supposed to be available on Facebook. UK VPN and Youtube worked for qualifying, but the race isn't available there.
Looks like you are correct. I guess one might be able to use NordVPN or ExpressVPN and try and trick BBC iPlayer into thinking you're in London or something like that. Apparently there was a thing they did called "Voltage" that I didn't happen to catch.
Youtube stream just went live. Race begins in one hour. You'll need a VPN to be able to watch in most parts of the world though. I'm using a trial NordVPN membership. Seems to be working very well for the first few minutes so I may use this for all of Season 5.
Replying to myself. Looks like Opera used to use SurfEasy as their provider, and brought things in house. SurfEasy is limited through their own service, though, but hopefully there's enough cap (it defaulted to 600 megs) - turn down the resolution I'd say.
I've had success streaming the races (for all of last year and as well as yesterday's race) using Private Internet Access set to India, so that seems to work as well even though India isn't on the list.
Their YouTube channel posts the full live stream allowing you to watch the practices, qualification, and race. After that Saturday, these are country-blocked for about a month/month and a half. If the London races haven't been unblocked yet, they should be soon. While they are blocked, they are unlisted. They do not appear on the Formula E Championship YouTube channel. But you can search in YouTube "Live electric racing from XXXXXX" or something along those lines to find them. Get a VPN to spoof your IP. Most races have been available to view from Switzerland. IIRC the London races were blocked in Switzerland but I got through via India.\
As a side note, this was all new for the 2nd season. I'm crossing my fingers that the ITV drop means the races will be available on demand on YouTube right away like in Season 1.
I like TunnelBear, which is a Chrome extension. It has a free X Gb per month or whatever. But these streams are obviously well over that. As long as you open the race up and don't reload, or pause your viewing for a long time, o lose internet connection, you can get around that issue. Of course, you can pay the $5 or whatever for unlimited data for that month.