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7th Monaco E-Prix 2024: Place your bets !

Who will win the 7th Monaco E-Prix ? Many of the 22 drivers are dreaming of a coronation in the Principality. Here’s a look at the pre-race impressions of the event’s protagonists before they take to the track for the first time this Saturday.

Pascal Wehrlein (TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team) and Jake Dennis (Andretti Formula E) are neck-and-neck in the Championship with 89 points scored.

Pascal Wehrlein’s success in round 2 at Misano means he can look forward to a 2nd win in a row this season. And why not in the Principality, where the German’s best result was 4th place in season 5 ? “We’re still missing that win in Monaco. I think we missed the opportunity two years ago when we had problems while leading the race. That was sad. But I think we can be very strong this year. The car is ready and we’re prepared. All we have to do is get the job done and get good results, avoiding mistakes and penalties, and I’m sure we’ll be competitive.”

4th in the drivers’ championship standings, Nick Cassidy (Jaguar TCS Racing) – the winning driver in Monaco in 2023 – is hoping to repeat his feat. Even so, the native of Auckland (New Zealand) is cautious ahead of testing. “I don’t really know what to expect. Honestly, I think it’ll be interesting (…) There’ll be a lot of competition, but it should be a good fight.”

For his teammate and compatriot Mitch Evans, the precautionary principle also prevailed. The reason: several showers hit the Monaco region on Friday. All the more reason for the teams to adapt to all circumstances. “That’s one of the things you can’t control in life. No matter what obstacles we encounter, we’ll do what we have to, but predictions vary all the time.”

Jean-Éric Vergne (DS Penske), winner of the 2019 edition and 3rd in the Monaco E-Prix 2022, is hoping for another victory. A great way to open his amount of wins in season 10: “We’ve considerably improved the pace of this car compared with last year. We got some good results in qualifying, but we were unlucky in the race. We’re not very far from the leaders.” The current record-holder for the number of points scored in Formula E (1047 points) since the Misano round (Italy) acknowledges, however, that the competition is tight between the various teams. “They’re all very good. I think in Formula E, more than ever, it’s important to be consistent,” says the 2018 and 2019 Formula E Champion in his pre-race conference.

Currently 10th in the championship, Norman Nato (Andretti Formula E) is willing to do his best in front of his – almost – home crowd. His move to the Indianapolis team in season 10 from Nissan has raised hopes for the driver from Cannes. To date, his best result is a 13th-place finish on the streets of Monaco. “In terms of pure performance, I think I’ve taken a step forward. The performance is there. In Tokyo, we managed to score points thanks to our good strategy, so I’m pretty confident about my chances of scoring big points.”

Will the rain come? Which driver will splash the Principality with his talent? To find out, keep an eye on the 7th Monaco E-Prix. Free Practice 1 kicks off at 07:30 this Saturday!

Start of the 7th Monaco E-Prix, round 8 of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship, Saturday at 15:03 CET

Tickets: www.monaco-eprix.com


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