Formula E returns to the streets of Saudi Arabia this weekend as the Diriyah E-Prix gets underway, marking the second race of the 2023 season.
Jake Dennis kickstarted the new era of Formula E with a victory for Andretti Autosport, taking the chequered flag first at the Mexico City E-Prix.
Here is a compilation of all the places you can catch this weekend's race.
Will the 2023 Diriyah E-Prix be broadcast on Sky Sports?
No. Sky Sports has exclusive rights to the live broadcast of F1 Grand Prix, but not for Formula E.
However, Sky TV customers will be able to watch the 2023 Diriyah E-Prix if their package includes the Eurosport channels, with Eurosport agreeing to a deal to broadcast Formula E races in the UK this year.
Will the 2023 Diriyah E-Prix be streamed on YouTube?
Yes. Formula E has regularly broadcast their races on YouTube to allow for a greater audience on race day, and this weekend's season opener will be streamed live on the platform.
The free practice sessions will be shown on the official Formula E YouTube channel with qualifying and the E-Prix to be streamed on the Channel 4 Sports YouTube channel.
Will the 2023 Diriyah E-Prix be streamed on the Formula E Race Centre?
Both of the two free practice sessions for this weekend's Diriyah E-Prix will be broadcast live in the Formula E Race Centre across the world.
However, unfortunately for Formula E fans the Formula E Race Centre will not be a viable option to watch qualifying and the race this weekend.