Nissan Formula E Team will travel to the glamorous destination of Monte Carlo for this weekend’s Monaco E-Prix, as Season 9 of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship enters its second half.
Norman Nato and Sacha Fenestraz will look to bounce back in the principality after a challenging weekend in Berlin. The duo is targeting good points at a venue where they’ve both had previous success across various single-seater categories throughout their junior years.
Formula E first raced in Monaco all the way back in Season 1 and was held on a shortened course for the first three years. In 2021, the series used a variation very close to the Grand Prix circuit, albeit with some minor differences, before switching to the instantly recognizable 3.337-kilometre layout in 2022.