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Formula E

Formula E championship standings after the 2024 Monaco E-Prix

Check out the full Formula E championship standings after the 2024 Misano E-Prix.

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Pascal Wehrlein remains in the lead of the drivers' championship despite finishing fifth in the 2024 Monaco E-Prix. Nick Cassidy has moved to within seven points of the German after finishing second in Monaco.

Reigning world champion Jake Dennis has slipped to third in the standings after failing to score a point at the Circuit de Monaco, whilst race winner Mitch Evans has jumped up to fifth.

In the teams' championship, Jaguar has extended its lead to 44 points following their first one-two of 2024, with Porsche sitting in second. Andretti are now third but just a point ahead of Nissan in fourth.

Check out the full championship standings below!

Formula E drivers' championship standings

Pos. Driver. Nat. Team. Points.
1 Pascal Wehrlein DEU Porsche 102
2 Nick Cassidy NZL Jaguar 95
3 Jake Dennis GBR Andretti 89
4 Oliver Rowland GBR Nissan 88
5 Mitch Evans NZL Jaguar 77
6 Maximilian Günther DEU Maserati 65
7 Jean-Eric Vergne FRA DS Penske 65
8 Sam Bird GBR McLaren 38
9 Stoffel Vandoorne BEL DS Penske 37
10 Antonio Felix da Costa PRT Porsche 26
11 Jake Hughes GBR McLaren 25
12 Sacha Fenestraz FRA Nissan 24
13 Norman Nato FRA Andretti 24
14 Robin Frijns NED Envision 21
15 Sebastian Buemi CHE Envision 20
16 Nico Müller CHE Abt Cupra 18
17 Dan Ticktum GBR ERT 12
18 Sergio Sette Camara BRZ ERT 11
19 Jehan Daruvala IND Maserati 2
20 Lucas di Grassi BRZ Abt Cupra 1
21 Edoardo Mortara CHE Mahindra 0
22 Nyck de Vries NED Mahindra 0

Formula E teams' championship

Pos. Team. Points.
1 Jaguar 172
2 Porsche 128
3 Andretti 113
4 Nissan 112
5 DS Penske 102
6 Maserati 67
7 McLaren 63
8 Envision 41
9 ERT 23
10 Abt Cupra 19
11 Mahindra 0

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