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Nissan e.dams Formula E Team Back Racing in Iconic Monaco

Nissan e.dams will be back racing at the iconic Monaco street circuit this weekend for Round 6 of the 2021/22 ABB FIA Formula E World Championship. In last season’s thrilling Monaco E-Prix the team achieved P6 and took home eight championship points from the glamorous principality.

The world-famous Monte Carlo circuit is a firm favourite with motorsports fans, though some might say that it is difficult to overtake here. Not so for the Formula E cars – last time out on this track the all-electric racing was fast and furious, with countless changes of positions and incredible levels of competition and entertainment.

This season the teams will be racing on the full circuit layout, so the harbor chicane will be modified from last year’s race. With its special combination of hairpins, long tunnel, tight chicane and steep elevation changes, this legendary track never fails to test drivers to the extreme and provide a fantastic show for the fans.

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