it was all happening in Hyderabad, as Formula E put on a show for all-electric street racings debut in India. It was a day jam-packed full of action, and we've whittled it down four moments and now it's up to you to pick the best one.
Take a look at the action-packed clips below and then head to the Formula E app to cast your vote.
Vergne returns to the top step
This win had been a long-time coming for Jean-Eric Vergne, the two-time champion had been missing from the top step of the podium for nearly two years - since the 2021 Rome E-Prix.
The run to the chequered flag required one of the Frenchman's best drives in the series, holding off the advances of an energy-rich Nick Cassidy to take victory number 11 in Formula E.
Cassidy fights hard to second
After narrowly missing out on the qualifying Duels by the narrowest of margins - just 0.001(!) - Cassidy climbed his way up the order from ninth on the grid. The Envision driver capitalised on incidents in front to find himself to jump into podium contention.
After going toe-to-toe with Avalanche Andretti's Jake Dennis, the Kiwi was sitting in a secure second place as he set off against Vergne in the lead. He looked each and every way to get by the experienced Frenchman, but second still made for an impressive run.
Da Costa on the podium in 100th race
Number 13 started in 13th and this number proved lucky for Antonio Felix da Costa in the race as he marched towards a podium, and this third place was fate as the former champion achieved this feat while becoming the latest Formula E "centurion" to make his 100th start in the all-electric series.
Evans takes Jaguar's first pole of the GEN3 era
Jaguar looked to be the powertrain of choice for the hot conditions around the fast Hyderabad street circuit, and Mitch Evans used this to full effect to pick up his first Julius Baer Pole Position of the GEN3 era.
The New Zealander was flying around the 2.8km circuit as he railed to the Final, beating Vergne by just 0.021s - the closest Final so far this season - to become the fourth different pole-sitter this year.
These are the moments of the race from Hyderabad, head to the Formula E app and get voting for your favourite.