Photographer Shivraj Gohil has been following every twist and turn of the Formula E season.
Formula E title contender Sebastien Buemi captured in a moment of concentration before heading out on track.
ABT Schaeffler driver Daniel Abt snapped on track during the 2015-16 season. Gohil combines his work on the Formula E calendar with a job as a wedding photographer.
Four-time Formula One champion and Renault e.Dams boss Alain Prost captured in a moment of reflection during the Berlin ePrix.
"Try not to go to the same places that other people go to (around the track) -- especially in Formula E because they are new circuits and they are unknown and difficult," Gohil advises budding photographers.
"Being closer to the cars doesn't necessarily mean a better shot'" Gohil says.
"Sometimes getting context, people in the background, getting blurs makes it a lot more interesting."
Gohil was at the recent Le Mans 24-hour race.
The historic race was first run in 1923.
"Le Mans was on my bucket list for a long time,"says Gohil.
"There are some amazing deserted parts of the circuit in the forest."
The Porsche team, which included Lucas di Grassi (far right), were gifted the win this year after the Toyota team broke down on the last lap.
A Formula E car is wheeled back along the pit lane at the UK's Donnington Park circuit.
A Renault e.Dams car runs wide, spraying up gravel and dust at the Beijing ePrix. The Formula E season has seen teams compete across four continents with the final weekend being hosted by London's Battersea Park on July 2/3.
Renault e.Dams driver Buemi (pictured) has been involved in a fierce tussle with championship leader Lucas di Grassi.
Buemi and di Grassi (right) are separated by one point heading into the final weekend.
The Mexico ePrix was an addition to Formula E calendar this year with the Autodromo Hernandez Rodriguez hosting the event. Di Grassi was disqualified at the inaugural ePrix for driving a car that was under the permitted weight.
The spoils to the victor -- Will di Grassi walk off with the world title in London? "I have a feeling that he will do it," Gohil says. "The latter half of the season has belonged to him, I feel."