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The FIA Girls on Track experience at the 2024 Monaco E-Prix
17 April 2024

The FIA Girls on Track experience at the 2024 Monaco E-Prix

As part of Season 10 of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship, an all-girls initiative will be held in the Principality, on the eve of the Monaco E-Prix, to celebrate and encourage the participation of women in motorsport.

Are you passionate about motorsport? Curious to discover the World of Formula E and what goes on behind the scenes? Are you aged between 12 and 18?

Register now to take part in FIA Girls on Track programme on Friday, 26 April 2024. A day to remember, with participants immersed in the unique, exciting and electrifying atmosphere of Formula E.

A day of activities, discoveries and conferences will take place in the Allianz Fan Village and the Pitlane. A day of activities, discoveries and conferences will take place in the Allianz Fan Village and the Pitlane. Teenage girls will explore the behind-the-scenes organisation of the 2024 Monaco E-Prix and get up close to the personalities of the sport.

The perfect opportunity for young motorsport enthusiasts looking to learn more about the serie to take their first steps into the exclusive World of Formula E.

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Who? Girls aged 12 to 18

When? On Friday, 26 April 2024, morning and afternoon

Where? Boulevard Albert 1er – Monaco Circuit

This initiative is part of a global movement to encourage diversity and inclusion in motorsport. By giving young girls, the opportunity to experience Formula E at first hand, the FIA Girls on Track experience aims to inspire the next generation of female drivers, engineers and leaders in this exciting field

How to take part?

Sign-up here

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Become a controller / placer for the 7th Monaco E-Prix
17 April 2024

Become a controller / placer for the 7th Monaco E-Prix

Applications for the MONACO E-PRIX 2024 event are now open.

Your application will ONLY be accepted after you have attended one of the presentation dates which will take place on:

  • Wednesday 13 March 2024 between 1pm and 7pm
    Or
  • Saturday 16 March 2024 between 10am and 1pm or between 2pm and 5pm

Location: Rue de Suffren Raymond in Square Gastaud (Bungalow) near the Sureté Publique.

Click on the link to start your registration:

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2024 Monaco E-Prix: Book now your tickets!
17 April 2024

2024 Monaco E-Prix: Book now your tickets!

The Official Ticketing for the 7th Monaco E-Prix is now open! You can now book your tickets for the Round 9 of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship, which is celebrating its Season 10.

The Generation 3 of the 100% electric single-seaters will be taking to the streets of the Principality on Saturday 27 April 2024. On the programme: a full day of motorsport and entertainment, with free practice, qualifying, race, on-track demonstrations, and entertainment at the Allianz Fan Village. Don’t wait any longer and book your tickets now!

Tickets from €30

Grandstand tickets start at €30.

Tickets for children under 16, accompanied by an adult, are free.

How to book?
For any questions or enquiries, please contact us below: ticketing@monaco-eprix.com / 00 377 93 15 26 24.

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Monaco E-Prix : Save the date!
17 April 2024

Monaco E-Prix : Save the date!

Part of the Championship calendar since its launch in 2015, the Monaco E-Prix will be back for a 7th edition, to be held on Saturday 27 April 2024.

The 3rd generation single-seaters will once again be putting on a great show in the streets of the Principality, as part of the 10th season of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship.

On the programme: free practice sessions, qualifying, races, on-track demonstrations, entertainment at the Allianz Fan Village… An intense and sporting day awaits you!

Sébastien Buemi, Jean-Éric Vergne, Antonio Felix Da Costa, Stoffel Vandoorne: some big names have already added their names to the list of winners. Who will succeed the latest winner, Nick Cassidy? The answer will be given next spring…

In the meantime, register now to our newsletters to receive the latest news from the Official Ticket Office.

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Relive the 2023 edition:

Cassidy beats Evans, a 1-2 for Kiwis
17 April 2024

Cassidy beats Evans, a 1-2 for Kiwis

New Zealander Nick Cassidy (Envision Racing), who started 9th on the grid, won the 6th Monaco E-Prix on Saturday, holding off his fellow Kiwi Mitch Evans (Jaguar TCS) and England’s Jake Dennis (Avalanche Andretti) until the end of a very exciting race.

This is the 2nd straight win for Cassidy this season, after the second race in Berlin last month. And the 3rd consecutive podium for Evans in Monaco, after a 3rd place in 2021 and a 2nd place in 2022. The Envision driver takes the lead in the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship.

After a disappointing qualifying session, Cassidy took a great start, then passed Evans at the right time and never gave in to the Jaguar driver’s pressure. The race ended in slow motion, behind the Safety Car, following a collision at Sainte Devote between Sam Bird, the other Jaguar driver, and Nico Müller (ABT Cupra).

Monaco win leaves TITLE RACE WIDE OPEN
Hughes puts McLaren on pole
17 April 2024

Hughes puts McLaren on pole

It may be a surprise for some but it is a well-deserved result for the NEOM McLaren Team, on his debut season in the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship: rookie Jake Hughes, contesting his first season in Formula Electric, will start on pole position for the second time this season, this Saturday at 3:03 pm local time. He earned that privilege at the 6th Monaco E-Prix at the end of a qualifying session that concluded with a stewarts decision: his rival in the final Duel, Frenchman Sacha Fenestraz (Nissan), used too much power in his last qualifying lap, so he will start next to Jake Hughes, but still on the front row of the grid, this Saturday afternoon.

Fenestraz, a Franco-Argentinian 23-year-old, first got through a very tough Group A, from which Stoffel Vandoorne and Jean-Eric Vergne, the two DS Penske drivers, were eliminated, as was the championship leader, Pascal Wehrlein (TAG Heuer Porsche). Group A was dominated by his Nissan teammate, Norman Nato, and the Top 4 was completed by Dan Ticktum (NIO333) and Mitch Evans (Jaguar TCS), the poleman last year.

Group B was also very intense, concluded with a Top 4 made of two Monaco-based Maserati drivers, Maximilian Günther and Edoardo Mortara, a NEOM McLaren driven by Jake Hughes, and Sergio Sette Camara in the other car entered by NIO333. The Duels could start and the quarter-finals looked exciting: Fenestraz dominated Ticktum, then Nato joined him in the semi-finals by beating Evans. In the other half of the board, Hughes beat one Maserati, Mortara‘s, and the other one, Günther‘s, lost on the track but then benefited from Sette Camara‘s time being wiped out.

Both Nissan drivers had to fight it out in the first semi-final and Fenestraz beat Nato in style: a record time of 1:28.773 for the Franco-Argentinian, the first driver to go under the 1:29 mark on Saturday, posting the new Circuit de Monaco record in an electric car. And achieving a second pole position this year after the one in Cape Town for Round 5, on the day he also posted the highest average speed (159.4 km/h), over one lap, in the history of Formula E.

Then Günther could do nothing in the other semi-final against Hughes, who set a time of 1:28.942. The final was won by Fenestraz, as Hughes made a small mistake when braking at the harbour chicane, losing a few precious tenths. Then Fenestraz lost the benefit of his performance, for having used too much power at that time, in excess of the 350 kW limit. He will console himself with a front row finish, next to Hughes on the first row, on Saturday at 15:03 CET. Keep watching…

Norman Nato : a new helmet to pay tribute to Jules Bianchi
17 April 2024

Norman Nato : a new helmet to pay tribute to Jules Bianchi

Norman Nato, the French Nissan driver, inaugurates this Saturday in Monaco a new helmet carrying the colors worn by his great friend Jules Bianchi at Monaco Grand Prix 2014, several months before his tragic accident in Japan. A way for Norman to bring back good memories of Jules, a great hope of F1 and the sporting godfather of Charles Leclerc.

 

FP2: Günther and Maserati shine at home
17 April 2024

FP2: Günther and Maserati shine at home

Maximilian Günther (Maserati MSG) perfectly managed the second free practice session of the 6th Monaco E-Prix and set the best time in 1:29.269. That’s only 7/1000 ahead of Mitch Evans (Jaguar TCS), who was the fastest in the first session earlier this morning.

This nice performance marks the return of the Italian brand in the Principality, over fifty years after the last participation of Maserati in a Monaco Grand Prix, with an engine placed in 1969 in the Cooper of Vic Elford. Since then, the Monegasque circuit has seen many vintage Maseratis pass on its track during its historic event, but Formula E is a new adventure that looks pretty encouraging from the start, judging by the performance of the drivers entered by the former Venturi team, still based in Monaco.

Behind Günther, who has already won three times in the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship, and Evans, who just won two races out of three in Sao Paulo and Berlin, 3rd place in this session was taken by Jake Dennis (Avalanche Andretti). The Briton finished ahead of Sergio Sette Camara (NIO 333), Stoffel Vandoorne (DS Penske), the reigning world champion, Sam Bird in the other Jaguar, and Sébastien Buemi aiming for a third success in the Principality.

Günther‘s time in his brand new GEN3 electric single-seater is already six tenths of a second better than Evans‘ pole position mark last year (1:29.839). This is very promising for the next big event of the day, from 10.30 a.m. onwards: a 2-phase qualifying session for the 6th Monaco E-Prix.

FP1: Evans ahead of Vandoorne at the last minute
17 April 2024

FP1: Evans ahead of Vandoorne at the last minute

The man in form at the moment, Mitch Evans (Jaguar TCS), was the fastest in the first of the two free practice sessions for this 6th Monaco E-Prix. The New Zealander, who has just won two of the last three races, set the fastest lap in 1:30.361, ahead of the reigning world champion, Belgian Stoffel Vandoorne (DS Penske).

By way of comparison, Evans, who finished second last year behind Vandoorne, managed to go almost one second faster than Nyck de Vries‘ time in the first free practice of the 2022 edition. Proof, once again this season, that the new GEN3 electric cars are more efficient, thanks to higher power and a radical design, among various assets.

Behind Evans and Vandoorne, the first surprise of the day came from the Maserati MSG drivers, Maximilian Günther and Edoardo Mortara, who immediately showed the ambitions of the former Venturi team, still based in the Principality. They were ahead of Jean-Eric Vergne, winner here in 2019, in the other DS Penske, and René Rast, the new kid on the block at NEOM McLaren. Two serious customers, Sébastien Buemi (Envision Racing), in 8th place, and Sam Bird in 10th, in the other Jaguar, also made their mark.

The only minor incident in this session was when Lucas di Grassi, the former FIA Formula E champion, lost the rear of his Mahindra at Sainte-Dévote and prematurely interrupted his session.

Next free practice session, from 9:10 am on Circuit de Monaco.

Vandoorne, Evans and Nato, three local heroes in search of glory
17 April 2024

Vandoorne, Evans and Nato, three local heroes in search of glory

My first is the reigning world champion and has already won in Monaco, in GP2 and Formula E.

My second has just won two races out of three this year and is a Monaco resident, just like my first.

My third lives very close to the Principality and has driven for Monegasque team Venturi.

Belgian Stoffel Vandoorne (DS Penske), New Zealander Mitch Evans (Jaguar) and Cannes-born Norman Nato (Nissan) have fond memories of Monaco races, so they talked about them in front of ACM cameras.

In a long format posted on the ACM YouTube channel, Vandoorne recalls his first visit to Monaco, in 2013, racing in the World Series by Renault. For Evans, it was for a GP3 race, in 2012, in his debut season concluded by the championship title. For Nato, it was at the Monaco Kart Cup, then a prestige race for all the young kartmen of the region. In the last edition of the event, Charles Leclerc also won, just like Nato, but in a different category.

“It’s a special place, everything is clean, there are beautiful cars in the streets, and it’s a great place to relax between races,” says the Belgian. When the Mercedes EQ team left the sport, after four consecutive world titles (drivers and constructors, two years in a row), Vandoorne started a new adventure with DS Penske, alongside Jean-Eric Vergne. He really appreciates the Monaco circuit and will enjoy it even more on Saturday at the wheel of a more powerful, lighter and therefore faster GEN3 single-seater.

For Evans, one of the major players in Formula E, Monaco has become a second home, several thousand kilometers from his native country. Like Vandoorne, he especially likes the Bureau de Tabac section on the harbour, because it is “very fast” and “difficult to get it right from start to finish.” For Nato, the favorite section is the Place du Casino, because “it’s an incredible feeling to pass there, very fast, with a race car”.

“It’s a perfect circuit for Formula E, you can be very creative and overtake just about anywhere,” adds Evans, pointing out the number of overtakes at any Monaco E-Prix, compared to other categories racing every year in May in the streets of the Principality. The other interest of Monaco, for the three local drivers, is that the asphalt is always of good quality, and often new, which ensures a very good grip.

For Nato, the Monaco E-Prix is always an “exciting” race and for Evans it is above all “unpredictable”. So the Kiwi driver does not make any prediction for Saturday, but he would like to do slightly better than usual: he almost won in 2021 and finished second in 2022, behind a Belgian guy called… Stoffel Vandoorne!

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