Everything you need to know for the Monaco ePrix

It has been over a month since the last FIA Formula E Championship race and now they’re getting set for back-to-back rounds starting with this weekend’s Monaco ePrix.

Saturday’s race will serve as the fifth round of the 2016-2017 Formula E season, in which Sebastien Buemi won the opening three races and Lucas di Grassi won the fourth one.

Here’s everything you need to know for the Monaco ePrix:

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Tune in:

Qualifying: Saturday, May 13 – 8 a.m. ET – FS2

Race: Saturday, May 13 – 11:30 a.m. ET – FS1

Qualifying and the race will both be simulcast on the FOX Sports GO app in addition to multiple in-car cameras.


Circuit of Monaco, a 1.09, 12-turn shortened configuration of the world famous Monaco Grand Prix course in Monte Carlo.

Grid size:

10 teams, 20 drivers


67 degrees under sunny skies; 10 percent chance of rain (according to Weather.com).

Defending event winner:

Sebastien Buemi – 2015 Monaco ePrix


1. Sebastien Buemi – 76

2. Lucas di Grassi – 71

3. Nico Prost – 46

4. Jean-Eric Vergne – 40

5. Sam Bird – 33

6. Felix Rosenqvist – 20

7. Daniel Abt – 20

8. Nick Heidfeld – 17

9. Nelson Piquet Jr. – 15

10. Oliver Turvey – 15