Formula E - Vandoorne home winner: "Finally my watch after a disappointing start to the season"

Formula E – Vandoorne home winner: “Finally my watch after a disappointing start to the season”

(Belga) On the streets of Monaco and on the historic Formula 1 Grand Prix route, Stoffel Vandoorne won the Monaco ePrix on Saturday, driving his Mercedes. The new world championship captain said: “We have always fought up front since the start of the season, I have not yet been able to conclude my poles with a win. Even though I started from fourth, it was finally my time.” , citing the organization.

Oftentimes, with two positions in particular and a podium finish, but never the ultimate winner, the 30-year-old Cortezian took his first win of the season, the third in his career. Starting in fourth on the starting grid, he mastered the elements and took advantage of a problem from German leader Pascal Wehrlein to take a lead over New Zealander Mitch Evans (Jaguar) and France’s Jean-Eric Vergne (DS Techeetah). A Monaco resident, who knew how to run perfectly, said: “I knew I was in the game and had a high performance one seat in the race. We executed the plan to perfection, so yeah, I’m very happy.” The power of his car. “I was sleeping in my bed on Friday night, it was a bit strange getting up this morning and heading to the track. I wasn’t entirely happy in free practice, so I changed some parameters to the car,” the former Formula 1 analyzed in the standings, Vandoorne now has 81 points And ahead of Virginie (75), Evans (72) and Dutchman Robin Frijns (71), the fourth on Saturday. Rounds 7 and 8 of the World Championships will take place on May 14 and 15 at Tempelhof Airport in Berlin. (Belga)

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