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Formula E 2016/17 World Championship: An electric odyssey

Updated 0836 GMT (1636 HKT) August 4, 2017
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Home to one of the most recognizable skylines in the world, Hong Kong hosted its first Formula E race in October 2016. Getty Images
November's race in Marrakech also saw Formula E break new ground -- it was the first time the electric race series had visited Africa. Getty Images
Buenos Aires has featured in all three seasons of Formula E. The track is wide with some challenging corners and is popular with the drivers. Getty Images
Mexico City was one of two races on the Formula E 2016/17 calendar not to run city streets. Instead, the ePrix takes place on the famous Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez. Getty Images
Monaco returned to the calendar in 2017 after a one-year absence. Ahead of this year's race, Bruno Senna (pictured) piloted a Formula E car equipped with 360-degree cameras around the famous street circuit - watch the video
Electric racing returned to the streets of the French capital in May for the second successive year. Handout/Getty Images Europe/Jaguar Racing via Getty Images
Berlin's Templehof airport hosted a double-header in June. It was a race weekend that won't be forgotten in a hurry by Formula E rookie Felix Rosenqvist who clinched his, and Mahindra Racing's, first victory. Getty Images
Podium celebrations take place in Brooklyn during another double-header at the New York e Prix. Both races were won by Virgin Racing's Sam Bird. Getty Images
Last but not least, Montreal hosted its first-ever Formula E races with Lucas di Grassi and Jean-Eric Vergne taking the checkered flag in the two ePrix. Getty Images
An aerial view of Rome. The Italian capital is scheduled to host its first Formula E race in April 2018. ALBERTO PIZZOLI/AFP/AFP/Getty Images