Evans' long awaited Monaco win is your Moment of the Weekend

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Evans' long awaited Monaco win is your Moment of the Weekend

Formula E delivered another action-packed race among the glitz and glamour of the Principality - from Mitch Evans finally securing his Monaco victory, to Stoffel Vandoorne returning to the podium!

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With a Monaco E-Prix featuring over 190 overtakes there were plenty of moments to choose from as the famous Monegasque streets were electrified with an action-packed day from start to finish. We've managed to whittle it down to four moments and left it to you to pick the best!

Votes made in the Formula E app have been counted and with 48% of the votes - Mitch Evans below, takes your moment of the weekend accolade. 

Evans' long-awaited Monaco victory - 48%


It took four times of trying, but Mitch Evans (Jaguar TCS Racing) finally got that allusive Monaco E-Prix victory. The New Zealander has been in the mix and on the podium in the Principality for the last four visits to these iconic streets, and finally reached the top step in the Season 10 edition. His pace was dominant all day, and despite missing out on pole he hit the front in the early stages and some excellent team work secured that long-awaited victory...

Cassidy completes Jaguar TCS Racing one-two - 19%


It was a team effort as Jaguar TCS Racing's Nick Cassidy worked hand-in-hand with teammate Evans to secure a sensational one-two finish for the British marque. The New Zealand pair supported each other throughout the ATTACK MODE phases, ensuring that each driver went untroubled as they left the racing line for the activation zone, holding off the advances of a dicey pair of DS PENSKE drivers behind.

Vandoorne back on the podium - 23%


Stoffel Vandoorne's last podium finish came in his championship-winning season back in 2022 when he finished the season finale in Seoul in second. Sporting a striking special livery on his DS PENSKE, the Belgian converted his front-row start to a third-place finish at the line

Wehrlein takes 3rd pole of Season 10 - 10%


Pascal Wehrlein and TAG Heuer Porsche have turned a corner on their qualifying performance in Season 10 with the best grid position average, and the German added to this with his third Julius Baer Pole Position of the season. His run to pole through the Duels was impressively consistent as all his lap times were all within a tenth.

These are the moments from Monaco.