Semi-final: 11am-1.30pm, Sunday May 30
The contenders for the final will be decided in two semi-finals, featuring three cars racing in each.
Qualifying: 12.30pm-2.30pm and 5pm to 7pm, Saturday May 29
Qualifying will be held the day before. As in Saudi Arabia, the cars will run twice in individual time trials; the first at 12.30pm to 2.30pm on Saturday and the second at 5pm to 7pm on the same day.
See our full guide to Extreme E for more information on the race format, as well as the teams and drivers involved in the series, plus the environmental legacy that the series hopes to leave.
Where to watch?
Terrestrial viewers can catch the final live on ITV, where coverage starts at 3pm on Sunday, May 30. It will also be available on demand on the ITV Hub.
The final also be available on the BBC Red Button and both broadcasters will show highlights packages.
Sky Sports will be broadcasting action from every stage live on Sky Sports Mix and or/Sky Sports Action.
- Saturday May 29, 12.30pm Live coverage of the first qualifying time trials starts just after midday; the first chance to see the cars on the Ocean X Prix track.
- Saturday May 29, 5pm Qualifying Round 2 will be shown live in the evening
- Sunday April 4, 11am It’s a morning start for the first races of the weekend: the semi-finals.
- Sunday April 4, 3pm Sky’s coverage of the final begins at 3pm, with the race winner being crowned before 5pm.