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Formula E - Monaco E-Prix 2021

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The FIA Formula E World Championship will be racing o the traditional longer version of the Monaco circuit for the first time in 2021, when the Monaco E-Prix takes place on May 8. Audi factory driver for the Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler team, Lucas di Grassi, tells us more about the longer circuit and takes us for a lap around the venue with the new Audi RS e-tron GT.

Added on the 04/05/2021 09:04:30 - Copyright : Auto Moto EN

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