Formula E: Bringing motorsport to the streets of world's most iconic cities

Updated 1454 GMT (2254 HKT) May 6, 2016
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The inaugural Moscow ePrix took place in June 2015. Sam Bloxham
Formula E is the world's only all electric race series. Most of the ePrix are run on street circuits in some of the world's most iconic cities including Paris, Berlin, Buenos Aires, Beijing and London. Zak Mauger/Formula E
This year's championship leader Lucas di Grassi pictured with American actress Lindsey Lohan at last year's Moscow ePrix. Adam Warner/Formula E
Formula E's strategy of racing in city centers gives the racing series the chance to show off the latest electric technology to fans. Formula E
The races are proving increasingly popular with motorsport fans attracting thousands of spectators. Sam Bloxham/Formula E
The recent Paris ePrix was staged on the streets of the French capital. Current E/Nat Twiss
The race took place around the famous Les Invalides landmark in the seventh arrondissment. © Spacesuit Media
The race attracted a sell-out 20,000 crowd including the Czech supermodel Eva Herzigova (pictured) and Prince Albert of Monaco. Zak Mauger/Formula E
The race took place below gray skies but with the spectacular backdrop of the Eiffel Tower. Steven Tee/Formula E
The 45-lap race was won by championship leader Lucas di Grassi who drives for the ABT Schaeffler team. Zak Mauger/Formula E
Di Grassi -- center -- takes a selfie with runner up Sebastien Buemi (left) and Jean Eric Vergne at the Paris podium ceremony in front of a throng of excited fans. Adam Warner/Formula E