LONDON will be Formula E’s finale next season as the new 2019-20 calendar reveals an inaugural race in Seoul.
The all-electric series will have 14 rounds in 12 cities, starting off with a double header in Saudi Arabia before the campaign comes to a close with two races in London.
Round three and seven of next season are listed as TBC with the championship reportedly in talks with a number of cities ahead of season six.
The campaign will kick off considerably earlier than this current season, starting in November rather than December.
Next season will see the introduction of Porsche entering the championship making it a 24-car grid while Mercedes will take over from HWA.
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The Gen2 car was parked outside No. 10 Downing Street as the UK government revealed plans to reduce and avoid emissions.
This will be brought in to affect transport, homes, farming and industry emissions as the city hosts the electric series next year in June.
The government is aiming to be ‘net-zero’ by 2020 – which means the energy used is roughly equal to the amount of renewable energy created.