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The ABB FIA Formula E Championship returns to the streets of Monaco for the ninth round 2018/19 season. That means sun, sea and more wheel-to-wheel combat than the harbourfront can handle. Well, this is Formula E after all. Monaco - get ready for some real city street racing.

This series remains the only 100% electric single-seaters championship in the world.

Started in 2015 with the aim to promoting clean mobility technologies, Formula E is still today the only championship in the world in which 100% electric cars compete against each other on a race track. The series is booming since its debut and offers a sensational show to all fan of motorsport.

The Formula E is a research laboratory for the car manufacturers - who are producing vehicles capable of exceeding 225 km/h,

The Monaco ePrix, takes place in the lower part of the famous F1 track.

This year three former F1 drivers are taking part: Pascal Wehrlein joined Mahindra Racing, Felipe Massa is driving for the Monégasque team Venturi, and Stoffel Vandoorne has signed up with the new team HWA RACELAB.

Sebastien Buemi, double winner of the Monaco E-Prix – and also former F1 driver – will defend his title on a track, specially elaborated on the lower part of the original track of the Monaco Grand Prix.

Tickets are very accessible - around 30 Euros - yet you get all the adrenelin of F1 driving.

For flights to Cannes or Nice with transfers to Monaco click here.

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Formula E Monaco - E-Prix 11th May 2019

25 April 2019

The ABB FIA Formula E Championship returns to the streets of Monaco for the ninth round 2018/19 season. That means sun, sea and more wheel-to-wheel combat than the harbourfront can handle. Well, this is Formula E after all. Monaco - get ready for some real city street racing.

This series remains the only 100% electric single-seaters championship in the world.

Started in 2015 with the aim to promoting clean mobility technologies, Formula E is still today the only championship in the world in which 100% electric cars compete against each other on a race track. The series is booming since its debut and offers a sensational show to all fan of motorsport.

The Formula E is a research laboratory for the car manufacturers - who are producing vehicles capable of exceeding 225 km/h,

The Monaco ePrix, takes place in the lower part of the famous F1 track.

This year three former F1 drivers are taking part: Pascal Wehrlein joined Mahindra Racing, Felipe Massa is driving for the Monégasque team Venturi, and Stoffel Vandoorne has signed up with the new team HWA RACELAB.

Sebastien Buemi, double winner of the Monaco E-Prix – and also former F1 driver – will defend his title on a track, specially elaborated on the lower part of the original track of the Monaco Grand Prix.

Tickets are very accessible - around 30 Euros - yet you get all the adrenelin of F1 driving.

For flights to Cannes or Nice with transfers to Monaco click here.

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