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FACTS AND STATS: Standings leaders, the streak and Duels records; here's Misano in numbers

Standings leaders, the streak and Duels records. Here's the 2024 Misano E-Prix in numbers.


- Gunther took a fifth Formula E win in Tokyo – he’s now won in four of the last five seasons. Only Da Costa and Dennis have managed that feat

- With poles in Tokyo and Diriyah, Rowland has won six Duels in a row. Only five drivers have done this before. Mortara holds the record (7 in-a-row, Season 8)

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- Eight different teams reached the Duels in Tokyo - the first time every spot in the Duels was occupied by a different team 

- And nine teams qualified in the top ten for only the fifth time in Formula E history (Putrajaya Season 1, Diriyah Race 2 Season 6, London Race 2 Season 7, Seoul Race 1 Season 8 and Tokyo Season 10)

- Mitch Evans has scored 130 points in Italy, which is more than any team has managed to score in the country – except Jaguar, of course 

- Wehrlein has now left 10 race weekends at the top of the Drivers' table - the most of any driver yet to win the title

- ERT, Envision and Andretti all passed 8,000 racing laps in Formula E in Tokyo. ERT have completed the most (8,054) ahead of Envision (8,036) and Andretti (8,035)

- Jean-Eric Vergne is the only driver to have completed every Formula E race in Italy. Across the eight races, he’s taken one win and two podiums

- Five Italian drivers have raced in Formula E: Jarno Trulli, Vitantonio Luizzi, Michela Cerruti, Luca Filippi and Antonio Giovinazzi 

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- After Tokyo, for the first time in their respective Formula E careers, Lucas di Grassi and Dan Ticktum have now been outqualified at five races in a row. Along with Antonio Felix da Costa they are the only three drivers who have yet to outqualify their teammates in Season 10

- Sam Bird claimed the TAG Heuer Fastest Lap in Tokyo by 1.968 seconds (although Bird was not in the top 10 to claim the bonus point). This is the largest fastest lap margin in Formula E history. Only twice before has the fastest lap margin been larger than one second (London, Race 1 Season 2 and Montreal, Race 2 Season 3)

- The Tokyo E-Prix marked the 100th Formula E race for Jaguar TCS Racing, and following Cassidy’s eighth place finish the team currently have 100 points in the Teams' standings

- Since Jakarta last season, Nissan have taken seven top five finishes and scored 127 points in the 11 races since, which is more points than the team scored across their prior 35 races

- Misano will be the second city in Italy to have hosted an E-Prix (after Rome). USA, Switzerland, China and Mexico are the other countries to have hosted races in multiple cities

- Race 2 in Misano will be the 10th Formula E race to have taken place in Italy. Only Germany, USA and Saudi Arabia have hosted more races

- Of these drivers the biggest Formula E achievement would be Trulli claiming Julius Baer Pole Position for the Season 1 Berlin E-Prix for his namesake team. As a result, Italy is the only nationality to have 100% of their front row starts as poles

- Evans has won four of the eight races in Italy. Evans is only one of three drivers to have taken three wins in the same country (after Lucas di Grassi in Mexico and Sam Bird in USA)

- Dennis has reached the Duels in all four races in Italy since the format was introduced in Season 8. However, Dennis’ teammates haven’t reached the Duels in any of those four races

- Qualifying for the first race in Rome last season saw Mitch Evans beat Sam Bird by 1.896 seconds in the Duels Final, which is the second-largest pole margin in Formula E

- In the opening race for the Season 8 race in Rome, Sergio Sette Camara gained seven places on the opening lap (which is the equal most positions gained by any driver on lap one over the last four years)

- In the following day’s race, Oliver Turvey went on to gain 15 positions - finishing seventh from P22 on the grid. There have been 22 occasions in which a driver starting P22 or below has finished in the top 10

- The two Season 9 races in Rome were the first time that the pole sitter has won in Italy. The prior six races were won from second and fourth twice each and once from fifth and ninth

-  Every race in Italy has seen the appearance of either the Full Course Yellow or Safety Car.

SCHEDULE: Where, when and how to watch or stream the 2024 Misano E-Prix Rounds 6 & 7

The Misano E-Prix Round 6 gets underway on Friday 12 April with Free Practice 1 at 17:00 local time.

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Then it's on to race day on Saturday 13 April as Free Practice 2 kicks off the day at 08:00 local, qualifying follows at 10:20 local with lights out on Round 6 at 15:00 local.

Round 7 gets underway with FP3 on Sunday morning at 08:00 local, with qualifying next at 10:20 and Round 7 itself at 15:00.

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