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  1. High-altitude, hot and hectic - the Mexico E-Prix

    Lucas di Grassi
    Image caption: Lucas di Grassi celebrates his first Mexico win in 2017

    As the Formula E heads back to central America, here’s a few things to take on board ahead of the Mexico E-Prix:

    1. Mexico City is situated at about 7,300 feet (2.25 km) above sea level, so the air is thinner in what is the oldest capital city in the Americas. Mexico itself is home to more than twice as many people as Spain and is therefore the nation with the most Spanish speakers in the world.

    2. The temperature for the race is higher than for most of the venues on the Formula E tour. The circuit has had an extra 500m of track added to it and is the only permanent circuit on the tour. The track temperature is expected to be high – perhaps almost as much as last season’s 100 degrees Fahrenheit.

    3. Mexico City has been a good track for the Audi team - they have been first across the line in all four previous races in the 'City of Palaces', although one of those wins was later taken away when Lucas di Grassi’s car was found to be underweight. A year later, he made amends by winning the race from 15th on the grid and squeaked past Pascal Wehrlein at the last corner to win last year’s race by a fifth of a second. His team-mate Daniel Abt has also tasted Champagne on the podium at the Hermanos Rodriguez circuit.

    4. This could be the circuit where Formula E champion Jean-Eric Vergne launches his bid for a third title in a row from his current 15th place in the standings. JEV, as he is known, set a new lap record of 58.775 seconds last year in Mexico, although he only finished 13th. His best position in Mexico is second, which came in the 2017 race.

  2. Guenther makes good on promise in Chile

    Max Guenther (left)
    Image caption: Max Guenther (left) celebrates second place in Saudi Arabia, a podium finish stewards later disqualified him from

    BMW Andretti driver Max Guenther became the youngest race winner in Formula E history when he took the Chile E-Prix in Santiago last month.

    “Today is a dream come true," Guenther said afterwards. “We used the attack modes very cleverly and that allowed me to take the lead."

    Twelve months earlier, he found himself out of a job after failing to finish in the same race led to his former team Geox Dragon to cut him from the squad.

    A former Formula 2 driver who won at Silverstone in the 2018 season, Guenther was born in Oberstdorf, Germany in 1997 and arrived in Formula 3.

    He appeared to have won his first electric podium in the second race in the opening event at Dariyah, Saudi Arabia in November, only to be told that his second place was being taken away because he passed two other cars while a safety car was still deployed.

  3. How can I watch the Mexico City E-Prix?

    All times are GMT and are subject to change

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    Video caption: Lucas Di Grassi pips wins Pascal Wehrlein in 'mad end' to Mexico E-Prix

    Mexico City is the fourth stop of the 2019-20 Formula E season following the curtain-raising double-header in Ad-Diriyah, Saudi Arabia and race in Santiago, Chile.

    Last year's race gave us an incredible finish as Brazilian Lucas di Grassi stole victory on the line as he battled it out against Pascal Wehrlein.

    London is set to host the finale season with another double-header in July 2020.

    Live coverage of every race will be available to watch across the BBC Red Button, Connected TV, BBC Sport website, mobile app and the BBC iPlayer.

    Saturday 15 February

    13:25-14:55 - Free practice 1: BBC iPlayer & BBC Sport website & app

    15:55-16:40 - Free practice 2: BBC iPlayer & BBC Sport website & app

    17:30-19:00 – Qualifying: BBC Red Button, BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport website & app

    22:00-23:30 – Race: BBC Red Button, BBC iPlayer & BBC Sport website & app

  4. Latest Formula E standings

    (After 3 races)

    Drivers:

    1.Stoffel Vandoorne (BEL) Mercedes 38 pts

    2. Alexander Sims (GB) BMW Andretti 35

    3.Sam Bird (GB) Envision Virgin 28

    4. Maximillian Guenther (GER) BMW Andretti 25

    5. Lucas Di Grassi (BRZ) Audi Abt Sport 24

    6. Oliver Rowland (GB) Nissan 22

    7= Antonio Felix da Costa (POR) DS Techeetah 21

    7= Mitch Evans (GB) Jaguar Racing 21

    9= Andre Lotterer (GER) Porsche 18

    9= Edoardo Mortara (SWI) Venturi 18

    Constructors:

    1. BMW Andretti 60pts

    2. Mercedes 56

    3. Envision Virgin 38

    4. Audi Abt Sport 32

    5. Jaguar Racing 31

  5. Schedule

    The Formula E Championship has called off next month's race in China amid the coronavirus outbreak.

    The sixth race of the 2019-20 season was due to be held in Sanya - around 1,000 miles from the centre of the outbreak in Wuhan - on 21 March.

    Series organisers acted after the World Health Organisation declared coronavirus a global emergency.

    Formula E said it was looking at the viability of postponing the event until a later date.

    22 Nov: Diriyah (Saudi Arabia) – won by Sam Bird (GB, Envision Virgin)

    23 Nov: Diriyah (Saudi Arabia) – won by Alexander Sims (GB, BMW Andretti)

    18 Jan: Santiago (Chile) – won by Maximillian Guenther (Ger, BMW Andretti)

    15 Feb: Mexico City (Mexico)

    Feb 29: Marrakesh (Morocco)

    Mar 21: Sanya (China) - postponed

    Apr 4: Rome (Italy)

    Apr 18: Paris (France)

    May 3: Seoul (South Korea)

    Jun 6: Jakarta (Indonesia)

    Jun 21: Berlin (Germany)

    Jul 11: New York (USA)

    Jul 25: London (GB)

    Jul 26: London (GB)

  6. Watch again: Guenther claims final lap win in Santiago

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    Video caption: Santiago E-Prix: Highlights - Guenther claims dramatic first Formula E win

    Maximillian Guenther claimed his first win in Formula E with a dramatic victory at the Santiago E-Prix after passing Antonio Felix da Costa on the final lap.

    The BMW Andretti driver passed DS Techeetah's Antonio Felix da Costa on the final lap to take first place in Chile's capital city. Read the full report here.

  7. Formula E unveils new Gen2 EVO car for 2020-21 season

    Formula E's news design of their new car for the 2020-21 season
    Image caption: The new car will compete under the banner of the Formula E World Championship

    Formula E has unveiled the design of their new car for next season - the Gen2 EVO, which is a redesign of the current car.

    The Gen2 was introduced last season and enabled drivers to finish a race on one battery.

    The new car features a 'shark fin' rear wing and revised bodywork.

    "The Gen2 EVO has been given re-profiled bodywork to make it look more sleek and agile," Formula E chairman Alejandro Agag said.

    Read more on this story here.

  8. How to get involved

    BBC Sport

    If you're inspired to take up motorsport after watching BBC's coverage of Formula E, you can find out more here.

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    Video caption: Formula E: BBC Sport breaks down the new rules for the Formula E season