The coronavirus pandemic will force the nature of race meetings to change dramatically for the short- and medium-term future when the motorsport season eventually resumes, including Formula E.
Paddocks will be forced to scale back to fewer than 1000 people to meet the limitations on the size of public gatherings imposed by some nations, plus packed grid and pitlane walks will be put on ice.
With only so many weekends available for circuits to host races, we can also expect major series to merge their race weekends with other championships to accommodate for demand.
Alejandro Agag discusses these pertinent points with host Matt Kew on the latest episode of Autosport's dedicated Formula E podcast Current Affairs.
The FE chairman and Extreme E founder also discusses why FE might have to abandon its city-centre 'DNA' for the foreseeable future and responds to critics of XE's adoption of mixed-gender driver line-ups.