Street racing at its finest: Formula E shows how overtaking’s done in Monaco

Monaco is perhaps the most famous race circuit there ever has been, and one of the most renowned sporting venues full stop. Beau Rivage isn’t traditionally a spot to get by somebody at Monaco. Jaguar Racing’s Mitch Evans didn’t take any notice as he spied an opening, and his chance to take the lead of the race on Lap 18. There was more to come, and there couldn’t have been more riding on the champion’s final lap fling by Mitch Evans (Jaguar Racing) at the New Nouvelle Chicane. The Dutchman stayed there for much of the middle portion of the race – 13 laps – before Evans emerged on top following that otherworldly move through Beau Rivage.

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