Pascal Wehrlein was victorious in both rounds of the CORE Diriyah E-Prix double-header, he was your Driver of the Race and now his Diriyah dominance has been selected as the Moment of the Weekend, picking up 46% of your votes.
Jake Hughes' maiden Julius Baer Pole Position for himself and NEOM McLaren pipped Jake Dennis' enthralling number of passes over the weekend by a percent, 24% and 23% of the vote respectively. Sebastien Buemi's return to form with Envision Racing and his record-equalling pole picked up 7% of the vote. Check out the other clips.
Rounds 2 and 3 continued the Porsche perfection that we've witnessed so far in Season 9, as the speed from that powertrain from the legendary German marque has started an unbeaten streak in GEN3.
Wehrlein didn't appear to have the one-lap pace and qualified down the order in both, but that didn't prove to matter much. The German was on rails in his TAG Heuer Porsche, with two calculating drives to the front and an energy management strategy that was unmatched - the 28-year-old has now become only the fifth person in history to win both legs of a double-header
Back-to-back winner Wehrlein: 'Diriyah a weekend I'll never forget'
The lead in the drivers' championship passed to Wehrlein from Avalanche Andretti's Dennis. But their dominance has been so great in the opening races that they can leave the next round with zero points and still maintain the top two positions in the standings.
The question on everyone's lips is whether Porsche can maintain the pace as we move on to Hyderabad in India for the next round of Season 9, where it is not just the new GEN3 that the field have to contend with but a whole new location and circuit. Mark the date in your calendar and get ready for more action on Saturday 11 February.