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Jean-Eric Vergne's Monaco victory bought an end to Formula E's streak of eight different winners in the last eight races but the end of that unpredictable run allows a variety of other storylines a chance in the spotlight as the 2018/19 season enters its conclusion
One day before Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas bored their way to a fifth Formula 1 one-two in succession, Jean-Eric Vergne triumphed in a gripping and controversial ABB FIA Formula E event in Monaco.
It wasn't a brilliant FE race - far from it - but it was another classic example of what the electric championship does well. That means an intense focus on driver skill in qualifying, a tense and tight tussle for the lead - even if this one featured no overtaking for first place - and battling scraps throughout the field.
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