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Formula E: result of the Monaco ePrix 2023

Second win in a row and leadership in the world championship Formula E per Nick Cassidy (Envision Racing), which takes home the prestigious title with a perfect race Monaco ePrix 2023, ninth appointment on the calendar. Second place for Mich Evans (Jaguar), third for Jake Dennis (Andretti). Despite the start from ninth place, the New Zealander managed at the last minute to find the right set-up for his single-seater, also thanks to the excellent work done by the Envision Racing mechanics. The Maserati still struggles, with Günther out of contention and Mortara only twelfth.

During the early stages of theMonaco ePrix (guard below the video summary) the Nissans of Sacha Fenestraz and Norman Nato were the protagonists, who followed poleman Jake Hughes, at the wheel of the McLaren. As usual, the riders tried to activate Attack Mode in the first half of the ePrix trying not to lose positions and conserve energy. Then Nick Cassidy took the chair, first stripping Jake Dennis (Andretti) and then Mitch Evans (Jaguar) and, subsequently, Dan Ticktum (Nio) and Nato (Nissan). Once in second position, the Envision Racing squire took advantage of his opponents’ Attack Modes being activated to take the lead of the Monegasque ePrix.

Evans, his direct pursuer, preferred to adopt a wait-and-see tactic launch the attack during the closing stages of the ePrix. However, due to the double entry of the safety car on lap 21 due to Günther’s accident, which hit Ticktum’s car, and two laps from the end due to the ramming of Nico Müller by Sam Bird-, the wait-and-see strategy of the Jaguar driver has not paid off.

Former league leader Wehrlein finished in 11th place also losing the lead in the championship, now led by Cassidy at 121 points, 21 points ahead of the Porsche driver (100). Third Dennis at 96.

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