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8 Events not to miss in the Mediterranean this season

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Monaco ePrix

May 13

Formula E is fast becoming one of the most prestigious racing events in the world, with races taking place throughout the year in Monaco, Mexico, Paris, Berlin, New York and Montreal.

The Monaco ePrix uses a modified version of the original Monaco Grand Prix circuit, measuring almost two kilometres and including a new hairpin bend. The last event, in May 2015, was the seventh championship for single-seater, electrically powered cars and was won by Sébastien Buemi.

It's a slightly more informal day of competition and evening celebrations than the iconic Grand Prix, but the event draws famous faces from around the world to drink Champagne and watch a new realm of racing technology unfold.

Much of the race will take place alongside Port Hercules, which can moor vessels up to 300 metres.

Picture courtesy of Facebook.com / DS Virgin Racing Formula E Team

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