Monaco ePrix – Jaguar say they are not going into Monaco with great expectations after scoring their maiden Formula E points in Mexico.
Mitch Evans and Adam Carroll finished fourth and eighth respectively in Mexico, making Jaguar’s first points finish in Formula E a double score in only their fourth race.
Jaguar, however, cannot expect to finish as competitively in Monaco as they did in what was described as the craziest ePrix in the series’ history.
“Our expectations remain in check for the next races as we continue to gain an understanding and knowledge of the unique demands of Formula E,” Jaguar Team Director James Barclay said.
“We are learning a huge amount at each race and continuously refining how we approach each event.
“We have been working hard to build on the experience from the last few races and we are excited for the challenge that lies ahead in the European races.”
Barclay added that the team is relying heavily on its drivers prior Monaco experience for a strong result:
“We are going to a circuit that many of the other teams and drivers will have raced before so we are focusing on giving our drivers a competitive race car.
“Adam and Mitch have a strong racing history in Monaco in other categories and are both really keen to get behind the wheel of their Jaguar I-TYPEs.”