Join Formula E

Sign in or create your Formula E account

It's quick, easy and free to sign up

You'll get access to:

  • Helmet

    News. Analysis. Exclusive Features

  • Schedule

    Priority Booking. Early Bird Pricing

  • Trophy

    Competitions. Discounts. Experiences

  • Podium

    Predict. Vote. Win.


You will need to sign in or create a Formula E account.


The Monaco E-Prix provided us with 116 overtakes in the Principality, with Envision Racing's Nick Cassidy flying from ninth to win. With fans all over the world tuning in for the incredible spectacle, this is how YOU reacted!


"And we go green in Monaco"

Formula E returned for its sixth season of racing in Monaco. Although the cars have always been a fantastic fit for the Monegasque streets, it was the first time the GEN3 cars got their turn on the iconic circuit - one year on from it being revealed to the world at the yacht club in Monte Carlo! 

Good start, bad start

Up and down the grid, drivers had mixed starts. It was a great few opening laps for the Mahindra Racing of Oliver Rowland, who made eight overtakes in the opening stages. The TAG Heuer Porsche of Antonio Felix da Costa also made the same amount of moves, with Cassidy just behind on seven overtakes. It was a disastrous start for the Avalanche Andretti of Andre Lotterer who was out of the race just moments into the race after making contact with a wall.  

The battle up at the front was AWESOME

With Cassidy, Mitch Evans (TCS Jaguar Racing) and Jake Dennis (Andretti) all fighting for the win, it made for some brilliant viewing. All three drivers have won at least one race so far this season, and were all looking to get their first Formula E win around the crown jewel that is Monaco. Who would come out on top? Only time would tell. 

Too close for comfort! 

As the race progressed, several drivers had very close calls. The NIO 333 of Dan Ticktum made contact and got a piece of the front wing stuck under his front-right, however managed to get it to break off later on in the lap. In all the drama, the Maserati MSG Racing of Maximilian Guenther ploughed into the back of Ticktum going up Beau Rivage! 

Sam Bird (Jaguar) also made contact with Nico Mueller (ABT CUPRA) in the final laps, meaning the race finished under Safety Car. 

Cassidy takes the W and the championship lead

No struggles here! 

One honourable mention has to go to the fact Jake Dennis got to meet admin of the famous 'Jake Dennis struggles' Twitter account. We love to see it.