Polesitter Hughes wanted more in Monaco despite best score since Diriyah

NEOM McLaren’s Jake Hughes inherited Julius Baer Pole Position and drove to a strong fifth-placed finish in the Monaco E-Prix, but the Brit had his eyes on silverware. “Overall, it’s a strong result for the team, finishing P5 to get the points in Monaco,” said Hughes. “You’ll always be disappointed if you qualify on pole and then can’t finish it off in the race with a podium, but we’ve secured three valuable points from today’s qualifying session too. “Monaco is always a very special place to race and the pole Jake achieved is a real milestone for the team. “Before the race, we were confident to get a top 10 finish, but we were unfortunate with how things turned out on track today.

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