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Live Reporting

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  1. What is Formula E?

    Formula E is the action-packed all-electric racing series which sees some of the world's best drivers compete in supercharged cars on narrow, fast-paced circuits.

    It's also packed with ideas to keep the action exciting, such as the fan boost and attack mode - and this video will tell you all need to know.

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  2. Can cars fight climate change?

    David Lockwood

    BBC Sport

    The Envision Virgin car can possibly lay claim to doing so! It's electric, like all Formula E cars, but this weekend its livery will also feature the messages 'COP26 - 100 days to go' and 'Together for our planet'.

    COP26 is the United Nations Climate Conference, which will be held in Glasgow and where it is hoped world leaders can reach an ambitious agreement on tackling climate change.

    What's sport go to do with it?

    Unchecked, climate change will affect all aspects of life and has the potential to impact all sports, at all levels. Sport can also help - its global reach and celebrity athletes can inspire and spread a positive message, as with the appointment of Envision Virgin Racing driver Alice Powell as a COP26 ambassador.

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    Video caption: 'We only have one planet' - Powell
  3. What happened last time out in the New York E-Prix

    Rounds 10 and 11 of the Formula-E took place in New York on the streets of Brooklyn.

    BMW's Maximilian Guenther won race 10 ahead of Jean-Eric Vergne and Lucas di Grassi. The German won the race after starting fourth on the grid.

    Jaguar's Sam Bird emerged victorious from race 11, bouncing back from a difficult race 10 to take a dominant win, leading the race from the front. Bird will head into his home race in London at the top of the drivers standings.

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  4. Driver standings after Round 11

    Formula E Driver Championships
  5. How can I watch the London E-Prix?

    All times are BST and subject to change

    BBC iPlayer

    The BBC will bring you live coverage from the London E-Prix, and all of this season's races.

    You can watch all the action on the BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport website and app and on the BBC Red Button - with both qualifying and race available to watch on catch-up.

    Saturday, 24 July

    10:45-12:15 - Round 12 Qualifying, BBC iPlayer & Sport website and mobile app

    14:30-16:30 - Round 12 Race, BBC iPlayer & BBC Sport website and mobile app

    Sunday, 25 July

    09:45-11:15 - Round 13 Qualifying, BBC iPlayer & Sport website and mobile app

    13:30-15:30 - Round 13 Race, BBC iPlayer & BBC Sport website and mobile app

    To find out when future races are taking place check out the Formula E race calendar.