Cape Town was captivating, surrounded by stunning vistas with Table Mountain and the coastline in view, the action was aplenty. It was a memorable day, 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.
Fenestraz pole makes history
Sacha Fenestraz has been blossoming over the first five rounds of his rookie campaign, and the French-Argentine was rapid around the high speed Cape Town street circuit.
The Nissan driver stormed to an incredible debut pole, setting a record-breaking fastest ever lap in Formula E history, registering an average speed of 154.987 km/h.
Ticktum claims best finish
NIO 333 is riding on some momentum and having their best season in recent years, Dan Ticktum added to the squad's motivation in Cape Town with a career best finish of sixth in his sophomore season in Formula E.
The Brit's points haul ensured that NIO 333 would score strongly again - making it two top six finishes on the bounce for the Anglo-Chinese outfit, just reward that has seen them start the GEN3 era well.
Buemi recovers to fifth
To say Cape Town was an up and down weekend for Sebastien Buemi and his side of Envision Racing garage is a bit of understatement. The Swiss driver had a huge shunt in Free Practice 1 and looked to have completely totalled his green machine, amazingly his crew got the car rebuilt and the experienced former champion continued his Duels appearance streak to qualify a commendable seventh on the grid.
Then came the race. Buemi got off the line with a decent start, but was punched off the track following a mistake from Pascal Wehrlein behind him. Rejoining in dead last, Buemi's final recovery of the weekend was to motor through the field to reach the chequered flag in fifth position.
Da Costa's unreal overtakes to victory
Antonio Felix da Costa knows how to win a race in an exciting fashion, and the Portuguese driver opened his win account with TAG Heuer Porsche with another career-defining victory.
Da Costa appeared to have the move of the weekend dialled in, first diving to the outside at the fast flick into Turn 8, to go side-by-side and then up the inside before the left and Turn 9. It wasn't just one audacious overtake to take the lead, first dispatching Nick Cassidy, but two as the Season 7 champion then made the pass on Jean-Eric Vergne.
These are the moments from Cape Town, now head to the Formula E app and get voting for your favourite. The winner will be revealed on Friday!