The UK capital is hosting Formula E for the first time since 2016. There have already been two double-headers in London, each time as the finale of the first two seasons of the championship. The races staged on the previous circuit in Battersea Park produced three different winners.
On their return to London, the drivers and teams have yet another double-header to contend with as they contest Rounds 12 and 13 of the campaign. The shakedown and the first free practice will take place on Friday. This will be followed on Saturday by another practice session, qualifying (including a Super Pole Session) and, at 15:04 local time, the first E-Prix of the weekend. On Sunday, all sessions will start one hour earlier, making the start time for race two 14:04 BST.