Fenestraz stripped of Monaco pole
By Damion Smy
Saturday 6th May, 2023 - 9:29pm
Sacha Fenestraz has been stripped of Monaco pole position, elevating McLaren NEOM driver Jack Hughes to first on the grid for the Monaco E-Prix.
The Nissan driver will now start second.
Fenestraz had dominated the final qualifying Duel against Hughes, who succumbed to the pressure and made a mistake as he tried to match the Frenchman’s times.
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Yet Fenestraz’s pole lap was under investigation and has now been deleted due to “a power usage over [the] regulatory limit of 350kW”.
.@sachafenestraz now be starting in P2 and @NatoNorman in P3 for the #MonacoEPrix 👊
It might not be Pole Position but we’re still buzzing and super proud of the whole team ❤️@Nissan @nissanfrance #FeelElectric #NissanFormulaE #MonacoEPrix pic.twitter.com/36IqCU8lVv
— Nissan NISMO (@NISMO) May 6, 2023
Read the full Monaco E-Prix qualifying report here.
The Monaco E-Prix starts at 15:03 local time/23:03 AEST Saturday May 6.
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