FACTS AND STATS: Monaco in numbers

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FACTS AND STATS: Monaco in numbers

Everything you need to know about Formula E's history on the famed streets of Monte Carlo, in Facts and Stats.


- Mitch Evans sealed silverware in the last three Monaco E-Prix - the only driver with three podiums in the Principality

- All six races in Monaco have seen at least one driver gain nine or more positions from their grid spot. This includes Jean-Eric Vergne who gained 15 last season (P22 to P7)


- Overtaking on the streets of Monte Carlo? No problem. There were a staggering 116 overtakes in the 2023 Monaco E-Prix

- Both Antonio Felix da Costa and Sebastien Buemi have managed to complete all 234 racing laps in Monaco. Buemi has only finished outside the points once in Monaco

- Buemi is also the only driver to have won more than once there (Seasons 1 and 3)


- The average winning margin in Monaco is just 1.205s, with three of the six races having been won by less than 0.5s

- The Season 10 visit to Monaco is the seventh visit to the Principality. Monaco is only one of three cities on the Season 10 calendar that also appeared on the inaugural Season 1 calendar (along with Berlin and London)

- Each of the last four visits to Monaco has seen the Driver’s standings lead change hands

- Sebastien Buemi led 98 consecutive laps in Monaco after leading both the Season 1 and Season 3 race from start to finish. However, Buemi has not led a lap in Monaco since


- Jean-Eric Vergne led the Season 5 race from lights to flag, making Monaco only one of four cities to have had three races led from start to finish. However, in the last three races in Monaco there have been 20 lead changes (with the Season 7 race being won with a last lap lead change)

- Six different drivers have claimed the fastest lap in the six races in Monaco

- Across the last two seasons Mitch Evans is the only driver to reach the Duels in Monaco in both seasons. Evans reached the Final in Season 8 but was knocked out in the Quarter-Finals in Season 9

- Four drivers are currently in their personal best streaks for out qualifying their respective teammates. Nico Muller has out qualified his teammate in the last 11 races, Pascal Wehrlein in the last nine races, Oliver Rowland in the last six races and Edoardo Mortara in the last four races

- The Season 1 race in Monaco was one of four double Brazilian podiums (Piquet and di Grassi) in Season 1. The Season 9 race in Monaco was one of four double New Zealand podiums (Evans and Cassidy) in Season 9

- Sebastien Buemi and Lucas di Grassi shared the front row for the Season 1 and Season 3 races. Only three other pairings have shared the front row of the grid in the same city (Buemi and Vandoorne in Berlin, Vergne and da Costa also in Berlin and Gunther and Dennis in Jakarta).

- Every Formula E race in Monaco has seen the appearance of either the Full Course Yellow or the Safety Car. However, last season’s race was the first race in Monaco to have two Safety Car appearances


- The polesitter is the only grid position in the top ten to have finished every race in Monaco in the points

- For the Season 7 Monaco E-Prix, even though there were 26 position changes in the top six during the race, all drivers starting in the top six on the grid finished in the same position

- The Season 3 and Season 5 races in Monaco are the only Formula E races to have been over 50 laps in length (51 laps long each)

- After Misano was the longest circuit of the season, Monaco is the second longest on the Season 10 calendar at 3.337 kilometres in length

- Sam Bird is the only driver to have been out qualified in every race in Monaco. The Sao Paulo E-Prix winner has never qualified higher than tenth in the Principality

SCHEDULE: Where, when and how to watch or stream the 2024 Monaco E-Prix Round 8

Free Practice 1 is go on Saturday from 07:25 local time, with Free Practice 2 from 09:05. Qualifying follows at 10:40 and Round 8 itself starts at 15:00 local.

WATCH: How to watch or stream Formula E's Monaco E-Prix weekend where you are

View the full schedule in your time zone and check the broadcaster listings to find out where to watch all the racing action where you live.