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FP2: Mitch Evans strikes again!

After Free Practice 1, it was time for Free Practice 2. The last “test” before plunging into the “qualifying magic” for the Monaco E-Prix 2024 around the 3.337km circuit, the session saw – as in the FP1 – Mitch Evans finish first.

Free Practice 2 at the Monaco E-Prix 2024 was the final practice session before qualifying. The Jaguar TCS Racing cars got off to a strong start with Nick Cassidy and Mitch Evans setting the fastest times. But the competition was fierce, with a succession of different drivers topping the timesheets.

In the end, Mitch Evans (Jaguar TCS Racing) set the fastest time in FP2. In good shape early on this morning on a circuit he knows well, the Auckland native confirmed his good feeling on the Monegasque track by improving his time by almost a second compared to the previous session. The Kiwi also claimed pole in 2022.

Thanks to the Jaguar I-Type 6 driven by Robin Frijns (Envision Racing), the Coventry-based engine manufacturer was also represented in 2nd position. The Dutch is gaining confidence ahead of the forthcoming qualifying sessions. World Championship co-leader Pascal Wehrlein (TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team) finished 3rd in the session.

This final test saw a number of drivers make mistakes. Leading at the halfway point, Edoardo Mortara (Mahindra Racing) – as Sam Bird earlier – missed his braking point at Sainte-Dévote. However, The Swiss-Italian was able to return to the pits. He finished 12th.

Following his crash at Sainte-Dévote in FP1, Sam Bird withdrew from the race and was replaced by Taylor Barnard in the NEOM McLaren Formula E car. Aged 19 years and 331 days, the Woking-based company’s reserve driver becomes the youngest ever driver to take part in a Formula E race. For his first time behind the wheel of a GEN3, the Norwich native finished 22nd and last.

Practice is now over. Coming up: the qualifying session scheduled at 10:40 am to determine the starting grid.

Start of the 7th Monaco E-Prix, round 8 of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship, on Saturday at Formula E World Championship, on Saturday at 3:03 pm.

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