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Jean-Eric Vergne won a Safety Car-free but action-packed Monaco EPrix, leading every lap from pole. Former Formula One driver Felipe Massa scored his first Formula E podium at his home race, in the Principality, coming in third. Monaco qualifying was complicated by grid penalties earned for collisions during the Paris round, which saw fastest man Oliver Rowland demoted to fourth and Vergne taking pole position. [ 615 more words ]
Jean-Eric Vergne took the Formula E championship lead by winning the Monaco Eprix from pole, while Felipe Massa scored his first Formula E podium.