After a five-month hiatus, the 2019-20 Formula E season will finally resume for an unprecedented run of six races in nine days, all at the Tempelhof Airport in Berlin.
During that time off, the driver market has been kicked into action and no fewer than four teams have tweaked their line-up for the three lots of double-header races.
There's also the small matter of the drivers' and teams' titles to be decided.
In the latest episode of the Current Affairs podcast, Formula E presenter Nicki Shields joins host Matt Kew to preview all of the alterations that have preceded the championship's return.
Shields also explains how her role interviewing the drivers and team bosses will be impacted by the new social-distancing measures that FE has introduced.
The pair also analyse the prospects of the main title protagonists before giving their predictions as to who will depart the German capital with the star prize in electric racing.