Formula E – Monaco E-Prix 2024 Preview

The ABB FIA Formula E World Championship is back in Monaco this weekend for Round 8 of Season 10, bringing 11 teams and 22 world-class drivers to tackle the historic Circuit de Monaco.

The championship’s return to Monaco marks its sixth year of racing history at the iconic Circuit de Monaco. Last year’s race was filled with excitement, featuring 116 overtakes and an impressive climb by race winner Nick Cassidy from 9th place on the grid.

Key contenders for this race include Sébastien Buemi, Formula E’s only two-time winner in Monaco, and Jaguar TCS Racing, looking to replicate their outstanding 1-2 finish from Season 9.

For Mahindra Racing’s Nyck de Vries, this race will be his 50th in Formula E, making it a special milestone in his career filled with multiple race wins, pole positions, fastest laps, and a championship victory in Season 7.

As the championship reaches its halfway mark, Pascal Wehrlein and Jake Dennis are tied on points at the top of the Drivers’ Championship and will be pushing to establish a stronger foothold atop the standings.

Formula E – Monaco E-Prix 2024 Preview

The 2024 Monaco E-Prix will start at 15:00 local time on Saturday, April 27th.

FORMULA E RETURNS TO MONACO’S ICONIC HARBOURFRONT

The Monaco E-Prix continues with GEN3 for Season 10, maintaining the classic circuit around the Principality’s historic harbourfront, first designed in 1929.

The 3.337 km circuit with 19 turns promises an exhilarating showcase of all-electric racing as cars navigate landmarks like Mirabeau, Casino Square, and the Monaco tunnel.

PAST WINNERS: FIVE FORMULA E CHAMPIONS JOIN MONACO RACING ROYALTY

Monaco’s racing history includes legendary names like Fangio, Stirling Moss, Graham Hill, Jackie Stewart, Niki Lauda, Alain Prost, Michael Schumacher, and Ayrton Senna. In the Formula E paddock, Jean-Éric Vergne, Sébastien Buemi, Antonio Felix da Costa, Stoffel Vandoorne, and Nick Cassidy have all tasted victory on the iconic Monte Carlo streets.

SEASON 10 SO FAR: FORMULA E REACHES MIDWAY MARK

Season 10 has been full of excitement with Pascal Wehrlein winning in Mexico City, Jake Dennis in Diriyah, Sam Bird in Brazil, Oliver Rowland in Tokyo, and Pascal Wehrlein again in Misano. Wehrlein currently leads the Drivers’ Championship, followed by Jake Dennis and Oliver Rowland.

INTRODUCING… GEN3 EVO

The next generation of Formula E cars, the GEN3 Evo, will be unveiled ahead of the Monaco E-Prix, promising to push boundaries further and set new standards for electric racing.

SCHEDULE: WHERE, WHEN AND HOW TO WATCH OR STREAM THE 2024 MONACO E-PRIX

  • Monaco: La Chaine L’Equipe will broadcast qualifying and race action live.
  • Asia: SPOTV will show delayed race coverage in Pan Southeast Asia. In Australia, Stan Sports will present live coverage, with 9GO airing highlights. In China, HUYA, BiliBili, Sina, Kuaishou, and Douyin will cover all sessions live, while Guangdong Sports will show the race live. In India, ST5 will broadcast live race coverage with highlights on ST1, and SonyLIV will stream all sessions live. In Indonesia, iNews will broadcast live qualifying and race coverage, with dedicated coverage across MNC platforms including SPORTSTARS and MNC Vision +. In Japan, J Sports 3 will show live race action with highlights on BS Fuji. In New Zealand, Sky Sports 5 will broadcast all sessions live. In Pakistan, A Sports will show live race action, and qualifying and race action will be live on ARY Digital.
  • Europe: In Italy, Mediaset’s Italia Uno will broadcast the race live, and SportMediaset.it will stream all sessions live. Eurosport 1 will also cover the race with highlights on Eurosport 1. In Germany, DF1 will show live coverage, and both sessions will be available on ServusOn and ServusTV Motorsports Magenta. In Austria, ServusTV will broadcast race action and qualifying. In the Netherlands, Ziggo Sport Racing and ZiggoGO will broadcast all sessions live, with Eurosport 2 providing additional live coverage. In the UK, TNT Sports 3 will air all sessions with highlights on TNT Sports 1, and all sessions will be available digitally via discovery+. Across the rest of Europe, all sessions will be live on Eurosport’s digital platforms.
  • Americas: In Canada, TVA Sports will show delayed race coverage, and TSN 5 will show live coverage. In the USA, CBS Network will show delayed race coverage and highlights, and all other race sessions will be live on Roku. In Mexico, Fox Sports 3, Claro Sports, and Azteca Deportes will broadcast the race.
  • Africa: SuperSport Motorsport will broadcast all sessions live across Sub-Saharan Africa, with free-to-air race coverage on ETV in South Africa.
  • MENA: The race will be live on SSC 2 Extra, and all sessions will simulcast on shahid.net.

Don’t miss the excitement as the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship returns to Monaco’s iconic street circuit!

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