After Maximilian Günther’s victory in New York City, BMW i Andretti Motorsport now heads to the team’s next home event, the London E-Prix. The team’s headquarters in Banbury is less than 150 kilometres from the ‘ExCel Circuit’. The ABB FIA Formula E World Championship returns to London for the first time since 2016 with races 12 and 13 of the season on Saturday and Sunday. One of the features of the new circuit is that it is partly outside and partly in the halls of the ExCel London exhibition centre. Günther and Jake Dennis, for whom the London E-Prix is also a home outing, lie 14th and 15th in the Drivers’ Championship – each with 54 points – ahead of the penultimate race weekend of the season. However, they trail the championship leader by just 27 points. BMW i Andretti Motorsport is currently sixth in the Team competition with 108 points. In our preview, we present the most important facts and key factors of the London E-Prix.