|Number of times held||2|
|Most wins (drivers)||Nico Prost (2)|
|Most wins (constructors)||e.Dams-Renault (3)|
|Circuit length||2.925 km (1.818 mi)|
|Last race (2016 Race 2)|
The London ePrix is an annual race of the single-seater, electrically powered Formula E championship, held in London, United Kingdom. It was first raced in the 2014-15 season until the 2015-16 season. The event will return for the 2019-20 season, but at a new location around (and through) ExCeL London.
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The first two editions of the London ePrix took place at the Battersea Park Street Circuit, a temporary street circuit at Battersea Park in London, England. The track was 2.922 km in length and featured 17 turns. The track was designed by Formula E's London event team and British architect Simon Gibbons.
Royal Victoria Dock/ExCeL
Starting in 2020, the London ePrix will be held around and through the ExCeL London and around the Royal Victoria Dock. The 2.4 km layout will feature 23 turns and will be Formula E's first "indoor/outdoor" track.
- "Racing back into the heart of London". fia.com. 23 June 2015.
- "Formula E returns to London in 2020". fiaformulae.com. 5 March 2019.
- "Green light for 'double header' London ePrix in Battersea Park". FIA Formula E. 19 February 2015. Retrieved 24 February 2015.