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Vote for your Monaco E-Prix moment of the weekend

With a Monaco E-Prix featuring more than 190 overtakes, there were plenty of moments to choose from as the famous Monegasque streets were electrified from start to finish with an action-packed day. We managed to narrow it down to four moments and now it’s up to you to choose the best one.

Watch the memorable clips below and then head to the Formula E app to cast your vote.

Evans’ long-awaited victory in Monaco

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It took four tries, but Mitch Evans (Jaguar TCS Racing) finally took that allusive Monaco E-Prix victory. The New Zealander has been in the mix and on the podium in the Principality over the last four visits to these iconic streets, ultimately reaching the top step in the season 10 edition. His pace was dominant all day and despite missing out on the he took pole position in the early stages and excellent teamwork ensured the long-awaited victory…

Cassidy completes Jaguar TCS Racing one-two

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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 punch for the British marque. The New Zealand duo supported each other through the stages of ATTACK MODE and ensured that each driver left the racing line into the activation zone without any problems, holding off the advance of a difficult pair of DS PENSKE drivers behind them.

Vandoorne back on the podium

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

Wehrlein takes the third pole of season 10

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Pascal Wehrlein and TAG Heuer Porsche turned around their qualifying performances in Season 10 with the best grid position average, and the German added to that with his third Julius Baer pole position of the season. His run to pole during the Duels was impressively consistent, as his lap times were all within a tenth.

These are the moments from Monaco. Go to the Formula E app now and vote for your favorite. The winner will be announced on Friday!