It seems highly likely that one of three ex-Formula 1 racers Nelson Piquet Jnr (NEXTEV TCR), Sebastien Buemi (Dragon Racing) or Lucas di Grassi (Audi Sport ABT) will now be crowned Champion.
These three are well clear of the rest heading into the penultimate event in Moscow, Russia this Saturday (6 June). But with two races in London and therefore double the points normally on offer available it means it will be in the British capital that the title will be decided.
Formula E, using Spark-Renault SRT_01E Formula E machines and with Renault Sport Technologies as a key technical partner, has been a global motor sporting phenomenon.
Not only have its ground-breaking, all-electric high performance single-seater electric racing cars – raced by a grid of world class drivers – produced some terrific action, but they have also opened the eyes of vast trackside crowds and TV viewing audiences to new automotive and motor sport technology.
London’s ePrix races will take place on a specially designed track using the perimeter roads around Battersea Park.
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