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Rajan’s top 20 shots from Monaco

The Formula E circus recently hit the streets of Monaco and on hand with his array of cameras was Rajan Jangda, ready to snapshot everything fast and furious in the Principality. After a tricky selection process, Rajan takes us through his 20 favourite shots.

Antonio Felix da Costa blasting past the Brasserie.

The home team and driver making the most of the Monegasque asphalt.

Probably the best backdrop to a Formula E race ever.

On his way towards making a historic podium.

One of the most vibrant liveries in Formula E basking in the sun.

The Renaissance Man of motorsport.

This is only half the story when it comes to how close for comfort drivers get to the walls.

The increasingly rare sight of a clear visor.

Only leaving a few inches on the exit of the hairpin, some drivers go closer.

The other half of the story.

It’s not often a photographer gets this close to the action.

Jerome d’Ambrosio riding the steel ribbon.

Buildings on top of buildings… also, Le Rascasse.

Jean-Eric Vergne continued to carry the Techeetah team.

The tense standoff of the safety car period.

Oliver Turvey returning to the pits minus a properly attached rear wing.

Big Bird in Little Monaco Town.

Nothing like a good game of high speed hide and seek.

The man who made it two wins from two at the Principality.

Jean-Eric Vergne’s fury was totally understandable.

Images courtesy of Rajan Jangda

About Topher Smith
Topher is an experienced and passionate Motorsport journalist with Formula E, Formula 1, GP2/F2, GP3 and IndyCar all on his resume. When he isn't at the trackside you can find him furthering his own capabilities and knowledge through his endless search for original ideas and material. Also plays league pool.