Well get your free admission for fans at the first electric race in Monaco ePrix. That’s right folks. The Formula E all EV to use the shortened race versus the Monaco ePrix circuit.
Trulli driver and Monaco ePrix race winner Jarno Trulli said:
“I think it’s a reasonably good track and obviously the location is fantastic. It takes in half of the Formula 1 circuit, which is enough for the Formula E car and I’m sure it’s going to be good for overtaking. You can see that going down into the first corner there is a hairpin. Then we head rearwards down towards the tunnel. All where there is another hard braking with a possible overtaking point. From there you head back towards Tabac and the Swimming Pool corners. Especially which in Formula 1 were very exciting and challenging. In Formula E cars they will be slightly easier, but nevertheless still a challenge, especially the exit of the Swimming Pool, which is going to be pretty slippery.”
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Source: Formula E www.fiaformulae.com