The hills are alive with the sound of gentle electric motors! Yes this weekend Switzerland pops out of neutral, lifts it's ban on Motorsport and puts on a (Nazi) gold standard event with its first E-Prix. The locals will have plenty to ring their cow bells and shake their toblerones at too with home boy Sebastian Buemi in the mix. After a Frenchman winning in Paris and a German winning in Berlin, you almost feel like it needs to be a Swissite winning in Zurich. Unfortunately Renault have really forgotten to care about Formula E this year as they are dropping out to hand over to Nissan. It all seems very going through the motions. So much so I wouldn't be surprised in Nico Prost was still doing laps of Berlin airport because they couldn't be bother to tell him to pit. Speaking of the race in Berlin - it was really dull wasn't it? Let's hope Zurich is better. With just three races left it really does look like Vergne is steadily edging towards that title and only some mammoth form from Bird can stop him. Needs to start here and now though as that 40 point lead is huge. Man to watch for me though is the much maligned Danny Abt. He finds himself in form and in the best car. Mathematically he could still win the title but Vergne would have to score nothing whilst he scored everything. I could see a couple of wins though. How lucky we are we Audi had so many issues at begining of the year or things would have been dull dull dull. I'm expecting to see a lot of VIPs at this event. Mainly because it's not very often they can go check on their secret tax avoidance slush fund and write it off as a business expense. You can join them all through the magic of your TV screen by watching then on CH5 at 16:30 BST (yes on the main channel again). If you're not in the UK it is probably on your local channels or its streamed live on the Formula E website.