London will host the end of the Formula E season in July next year with a race that will start and end at the ExCel exhibition center in Docklands, east London.
The return of the English capital to the circuit after an absence of three years was announced on Tuesday by the president of the Formula E, Alejandro Agag, at the Geneva Motor Show.
The ePrix that will be held between July 25 and 26 will have a part that will be held indoors. The circuit has 2.4 kilometers and will cross a seafront and the streets near the ExCel.
"All the motorsports series would love to organize an event in London, which has been our desire for quite some time," Agag said.
"The Formula E that returns to the United Kingdom goes beyond the pure excitement of racing, it is also a strong message for London to tackle air pollution (...) by promoting clean technologies and sustainable electric mobility", added the Spanish leader.
Formula E is based in the United Kingdom, but London has been out of the calendar since 2016 after a race in Battersea Park caused complaints from residents.
Formula E, which has races in Chile and Mexico, among other countries, is in its fifth season and this weekend a test will be held in Hong Kong.