Cars should reach a top speed of around 224 km/h after the Tunnel on the approach to Nouvelle Chicane, Turn 10. The percentage of time spent at full throttle over a lap is in the region of 56.4%. A 50 km/h speed limit will be enforced in the pit lane, and drivers will need approximately 22 seconds to cover its entire length.
The activation zone for Attack Mode will be on the outside of Turn 4 this year as drivers head towards Casino. Time lost while deviating from the racing line to engage Attack Mode will be around 1.9 seconds.
Unlike just recently in Rome, the Monaco E-Prix is a one-day event with all sessions taking place on Saturday. Track action will kick off with P1 at 06:30 BST to be followed by P2 at 08:10 BST. Qualifying will get underway at 09:45 BST and follow the usual format; drivers will compete first in two groups before going head- to-head in qualifying. The Monaco E-Prix will start at 14:04 BST on Saturday.