Pascal Wehrlein has secured pole position and three championship points ahead of today’s Monaco EPrix. The Porsche driver set a 1:29:881 to secure pole around the Principality. 

The German driver has now secured three pole positions this season after picking up his first in Mexico and second in Sao Paulo. 

Nick Cassidy will start the race from third place after setting a disappointing 1:30.772. The Kiwi made an error at the exit of the swimming pool chicane which cost him fourth-tenths to Vandoorne.

Evans will line up fourth after he had his lap time deleted for cutting the chicane at the exit of the Tunnel. However, he did lose out to Wehrlein in the semi-final. 

Jean-Eric Vergne will start in fifth place for DS Penske. The double Formula E champion was knocked out by his teammate Vandoorne in the quarter-final stages. The Frenchmen made an error in sector two on his lap which allowed Vandoorne to progress. 

Sebastien Buemi will start in sixth. The Envision Racing driver was beaten by his former teammate Cassidy in the first round of the duels. 

Antonio Felix Da Costa will line up in seventh for Porsche after he was knocked out of qualifying by Evans. 

Maximilian Gunther set the slowest time during the quarter-final stages and will start in eighth place after being beaten by Wehrlein. 

Robin Frijns will line in ninth for Envision Racing alongside Jehan Daruvala who continues to improve as the season progresses for Maserati. 

Sergio Sette Camara will line up in 11th for ERT alongside Mahindra’s Edoardo Mortrara in 12th. 

Nico Muller couldn’t continue his Duel streak in Monaco, as he will line up in 13th. Sacha Fenestraz will start 14th in the lead Nissan. Oliver Rowland in the second Nissan who is third in the championship will start in 17th. 

Nyck De Vries will start in 15th ahead of Jake Hughes in 16th. 

Reigning Champion Jake Dennis will start in 19th on the grid as Andretti continue to struggle with qualifying pace.