London ePrix: Battle in Battersea Park

Updated 1920 GMT (0320 HKT) July 2, 2016
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Nico Prost (left) and Bruno Senna clutching their trophies after the first ePrix of the weekend. Stef Blendis/CNN
Prost cruised to victory in the first of two Formula E races being staged in London this weekend. Getty Images Latam/Getty Images South America
One of Battersea Power Station's famous chimney's pokes up above the trees in London's Battersea Park. The iconic building has been derelict for years but is now undergoing redevelopment. Matt Knight/CNN
Battersea Park's leafy lanes have been transformed for the Formula E finale. Matt Knight/CNN
Sebastien Buemi on the grid before the race. The Swiss driver started in 14th but clawed his way back to fifth overall. Matt Knight/CNN
Buemi's Renault e.Dams car has shown brilliant pace all season. The Swiss driver went into the final race weekend of the Formula E season trailing championship leader Lucas di Grassi by one point. Matt Knight/CNN
A close up of the cockpit of a DS Virgin Racing car. Matt Knight/CNN
The DS Virgin Racing team watch the action unfold on TV screens in the pit garage. Matt Knight/CNN
The pit lane is quiet for most of the race... Matt Knight/CNN
At the halfway point of the race, the pit lane comes alive as drivers rush in to change cars. Matt Knight/CNN
Four-time IndyCar Series champion Dario Franchitti (left) in conversation before Saturday's race. Franchitti works as TV co-commentator on the all electric race series. Matt Knight/CNN
CNN Supercharged presenter Nicki Shields hard at work. Matt Knight/CNN
A drone keeps track of the action in the skies above the circuit. Matt Knight/CNN