|Circuit de Monaco|
|Number of times held||2|
|Most wins (drivers)||Sébastien Buemi (2)|
|Most wins (constructors)||e.Dams-Renault (2)|
|Circuit length||1.765 km (1.097 mi)|
|Race length||90.015 km (55.947 mi)|
|Last race (2017)|
On 18 September 2014 it was announced that Formula E would be racing on a shorter version of the original Monaco Grand Prix circuit for the 2014–15 season. This version misses out the hill, Casino square, the iconic hairpin, the famous tunnel and the chicane.
Monaco was not scheduled to be on the calendar for the second season of Formula E because it takes the slot on the calendar filled by the Historic Grand Prix at Monaco every other year. Series boss Alejandro Agag revealed that a race in Paris replaced the Monaco ePrix for 2016, but Monaco was held again in the 2016–17 season.
It was announced that for the 2019 running of the event, the full Grand Prix layout would be used in favor over the shortened Formula E circuit.
|Edition||Track||Winner||Second||Third||Pole position||Fastest lap|
|2015||Circuit de Monaco (Formula E circuit)|| Sébastien Buemi
| Nelson Piquet, Jr.
| Lucas di Grassi
| Sébastien Buemi
| Jean-Éric Vergne|
|2017|| Sébastien Buemi
| Lucas Di Grassi
Abt Schaeffler Audi Sport
| Nick Heidfeld
| Sébastien Buemi
| Sam Bird|
DS Virgin Racing
|2019||Circuit de Monaco (Formula 1 circuit)|
- "Formula E set to race on shorter version of Monaco circuit". Autosport. Haymarket Publications. 18 September 2014. Retrieved 18 September 2014.
- Sylt, Christian; Hewitt, Kate (28 June 2015). "Formula E To Add Two New Races in 2016". Forbes. Archived from the original on 29 June 2015. Retrieved 9 May 2017.
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