Nissan’s Norman Nato has set the pace in the first practrice session ahead of this weekend’s London E-Prix, setting a 1:10.765 to go just six thousandths of a second quicker than Sebastien Buemi.

Nato’s teammate Sacha Fenestraz, who turns 24 today, ended the session in third ahead of Max Guenther and Mitch Evans.

Sergio Sette Camara ended the session in sixth ahead of Antonio Felix da Costa, Nick Cassidy and Pascal Wehrlein. The top ten was completed by Dan Ticktum.

Championship leader Jake Dennis ended 11th ahead of Jake Hughes with Lucas Di grassi in 13th. Outgoing champion Stoffel Vandoorne was 14th with Rene Rast 15th.

Robin Frijns was 16th ahead of Edo Mortara, Sam Bird was 18th with Jean-Eric Vergne 19th and Nico Mueller 20th. Andre Lotterer ended 21st with Roberto Merhi in 22nd.