Everything you need to know for the Mexico City ePrix

All of the drivers are chasing Sebastien Buemi in the points heading into Saturday's Mexico City ePrix. (Photo: LAT Photographic/FIA Formula E)
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The fourth round of the 2016-2017 FIA Formula E Championship takes place this weekend in Mexico City and, once again, the field enters the weekend chasing Sebastien Buemi.

The Renault e.dams driver has won the opening three rounds of the season despite starting from the second row or back in all three events.

Meanwhile, the crowd will be cheering on their home driver Esteban Gutierrez who will make his FIA Formula E debut this weekend for Techeetah in place of Ma Qing Hua.

Here’s everything you need to know for the Mexico City ePrix:

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Qualifying: Saturday, April 1 – 4:30 p.m. ET – FS2

Race: Saturday, April 1 – 5:30 p.m. ET – FS1 – LIVE


Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez Formula E Circuit – 1.3-mile, 17-turn configuration of the Mexican Grand Prix circuit. Played host to the inaugural Mexico City ePrix in 2016.

Grid size:

10 teams; 20 drivers


81 degrees under sunny skies; no chance of rain (according to Weather.com).


1. Sebastien Buemi – 75

2. Lucas di Grassi – 46

3. Nico Prost – 36

4. Jean-Eric Vergne – 22

5. Felix Rosenqvist – 20

6. Sam Bird – 18

7. Nick Heidfeld – 17

8. Daniel Abt – 14

9. Nelson Piquet Jr. – 13

10. Oliver Turvey – 12

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