Rome's Circuito Cittadino dell'EUR is a temporary circuit created for the Formula E championship, bringing single seat racing to the streets of the Italian capital. The race begins on the Via Cristoforo Colombo, the longest district road in Italy. Among the landmarks it takes in are the Obelisco di Marconi, a marble-concrete structure built as part of the city's hosting of the 1960 Olympic Games, and the Rome Convention Centre (which will house the E-Village on raceday).
The ancient setting isn't the only thing that makes the Rome E-Prix special, the circuit has been designed to test the drivers’ skills to the maximum. At 2.85km, the track will be the second longest in the Formula E series and presents 21 turns in total for the drivers.
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