Evans was ‘shocked’ by Monaco Formula E energy overconsumption

Polesitter Evans was able to cover off fellow front-row starter Pascal Wehrlein, whom he had beaten to pole by a quarter of a second, and begin managing his race from the start.
But as the first driver in the queue, his energy consumption was naturally higher compared to his rivals, but Evans felt that he was doing enough to preserve energy in the car and remain competitive in his bid to secure …Keep reading Source

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