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Evans, Cassidy in Kiwi one-two at Monaco

Updated: Apr 29

Mitch Evans and Nick Cassidy have finished first and second in the E-Prix at Monaco
New Zealand domination at the Monaco E-Prix with Mitch Evans and Nick Cassidy taking first and second PHOTO: JAGUAR TCS RACING

Success for New Zealand at the Monaco E-Prix with a kiwi one-two finish as Mitch Evans and NIck Cassidy dominated the race.

For Evans, 29 it was finally a win after previously being on the podium on three previous occasions.


The pair hit the front - Evans from Cassidy - on Lap 11, jumping moving ahead of Stoffel Vandoorne who had made it by polesitter and the race's initial leader Pascal Wehrlein (Porsche) in the early stages.

From then on the New Zealand Jaguar team mates were relatively settled as they then worked together to take the one-two at the finish line.

“We knew it was going to be a tough race, we knew it was going to be all about the strategy around the attack modes," said Evans.

"Nick and I started side by side, that kind of helped things as the race evolved. We had a rough game plan going into the race, but I really owe this win to Nick, he really helped me when it mattered. I helped him when it mattered as well, but I am the one that has come out on top. I really appreciate the team player he was today.”

Cassidy is second overall on the championship points table on 95, seven behind Germany's Pascal Wehrlein with Evans in fifth.

The next series of races is May 11 in Berlin, Germany.


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