Want to experience some electrifying motorsport live in London next month? We’ve got the perfect opportunity for you.
We’re giving away a pair of gold tickets for each round of the Visa London ePrix at Battersea Park on 2 and 3 July.
The tickets will give you an excellent viewing spot for all sessions as the all-electric racing series returns to London. With big names such as Nelson Piquet Jr, Sebastien Buemi and Bruno Senna competing, you’ll be able to watch all the action unfold from a viewing platform between the grid and Turn one – the perfect spot to watch the cars reach speeds of over 200kph.
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After eight races in some of the world’s most iconic cities, including Beijing, Buenos Aires, Paris and Berlin, just a single point separates di Grassi, who drives for the Abt Schaeffler Audi Sport team and Buemi, who races for Renaullt e.dams.
Di Grassi said: “We’ve had eight races and the points gap is almost back to zero, and now we go to a track that is the most different from all the other tracks. It’s very cambered, there are a lot of corners and it’s very narrow.
“It’s technically very difficult to drive there and it’s the second longest track of the season. The weather unpredictability in London could play a big role because qualifying is divided into groups, which are random, and as happened last year, if you pick a group during which there is rain that could define the race.”
While Buemi said: “We are not just fighting for the drivers’ championship but the teams’ championship too. So from a pure driver’s perspective you would think that the only objective is to finish ahead of Lucas.
“But from a team point of view the other championship is very important too. When we get there we’ll do practice and qualifying and look at the weather. Obviously, everything could look different after qualifying…”
The Visa London ePrix at Battersea Park takes place on 2 and 3 July, book now at Ticketmaster.co.uk.