What Formula 1 could learn from Formula E for better racing in Monaco

Monaco is Formula 1’s ‘jewel in the crown’. But to watch real racing on the streets of the principality you need to go to the E-Prix, not the Grand Prix.

Jess McFadyen went behind the scenes with Shell to see how the high-octane world of F1 compares to the electrified e-liquids of Formula E.

Autosport sends its thanks to Shell Motorsport for sponsoring this video and making it happen.

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