Mitch Evans led teammate Sam Bird to a Jaguar Racing 1-2 in the second practice session for this afternoon’s Monaco E-Prix.
Evans set a 1:31.118 to go fastest which was just shy of two tenths head of teammate Bird, with reigning champion Antonio Felix da Costa in third, a quarter of a second off the top pace.
Andre Lotterer ended fourth ahead of Nissan’s Oliver Rowland, with Robin Frijns and Edoardo Mortara within half a second of the fastest times.
Championship leader Nyck De Vries was eighth. ahead of Pascal Wehrlein and Jean-Eric Vergne completing the top ten, 0.641 off Evans’s top time.
Nico Mueller and Oliver Turvey ended 11th and 12th respectively, while Lucas Di Grassi and Max Guenther stayed just within a second.
The BMW i Andretti Motorsport’s driver had set the early pace, but ended up doing his quickest time in Attack Mode, while Stoffel Vandoorne completed the top 15.
Alex Lynn ended 16th ahead of Valencia winner Jake Dennis, Rene Rast was 18th ahead of Tom Blomqvist and Alexander Sims.
Sebastien Buemi was 21st, Sergio Sette Camara 22nd, with Nick Cassidy and Norman Nato separated by a thousandth.
Cassidy and Nato nearly came together at the entrance to the pit lane as Nato decided to slow down to pull into the pits, which caused Cassidy to swerve to avoid him on his full power lap.
The entire field was separated by 2.730.