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Points from the 5th Monaco E-Pri

The fifth Monaco E-Price was held in the Principality on Saturday afternoon. This is the main highlight of the weekend.

Stoffel Vandoorne dominates the roost …

Double wormy for Belgian Mercedes drivers. Stoffel Vandoorne, who won the Monaco ePri on Saturday afternoon, also led the drivers’ world championship with 81 points, with Jean-Eric Vergne scoring 75 points.

Vandorn was able to change the look of some safety cars to his advantage, leading Mitch Evans’ Jaguar and Jean-Eric Vergne’s DS. “It feels great,” said the post-race winner. “Monaco is always a special race to win as a driver.”

… Charles Leclerc saw

Charles Leclerc, who finished the F1 Grand Prix on the weekend, had the opportunity to come and see the Monaco E-Pri at his home ground.

From one of the many balconies overlooking the Monaco circuit, Scuderia Ferrari drivers did not miss a second of the show on the truck. Within a week, he will be on track at the Miami Grand Prix.

Jean-Eric Vergne keeps running

Third place in Monaco, this was the second podium of the season for the French. Another great performance that will be the only driver to score points in every race since the start of the season.

“I’m happy to get points in 3rd place,” he said after the race. “We need to keep earning such big points on a regular basis and we will continue to work hard to achieve our first win of the season.”

Venturi mixed weekend

The stables of Monaco had a complex race in the Principality. When Lucas di Grassi crossed the finish line in 6th place, his teammate Edoardo Mortara was forced to drop out.

Minutes before the end of the race, the 2021 World Vice Champion experienced a mechanical problem. It again prevented him from earning points “at home”.



https://www.monaco-tribune.com/en/2022/05/the-takeaways-from-the-5th-monaco-e-prix/ Points from the 5th Monaco E-Pri

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