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Despite strong performances in the Monaco E-Prix, neither of the two Audi Formula E drivers scored points in the race.

13 May 2019 | International News : Monaco

On the shortest track of the Formula E season, the qualifying sessions again played a key role. The leading drivers in the overall classification were once again disadvantaged, as they were the first to have to go out on the track.

Despite this, both drivers of the Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler squad managed to make up places in the race. Lucas di Grassi overtook several rivals and was running in eighth place when he was forced into the guardrails by BMW driver Alexander Sims and had to retire. Daniel Abt gave a spirited performance, which saw him plough through the field to finish eighth. However, after nudging Oliver Turvey in the Nio, the German was later relegated back to fifteenth.

Berlin hosts the next Formula E round in fourteen days. At its home race there last year, the Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler team scored maximum points with a one-two victory, pole position and the fastest race lap.
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