In a race weekend that saw 362 overtakes from 83 racing laps, the Berlin double-header was a racing extravaganza chock full of moments. It was a memorable weekend and we've whittled it down to 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.
Evans and Bird secure Jaguar TCS Racing's first-ever 1-2 finish
With Mitch Evans and Sam Bird putting in a controlling performance on Saturday to cross the line second and third in Round 7, Jaguar TCS Racing became the fifth team in Formula E history to achieve a 1-2 finish.
The race was a chess match, with no driver wanting to give away vital energy in the slipstream train. The Jaguar pair timed their charge perfectly, working together and pouncing at the final hurdle. Evans pulled the pin and left the rest of the pack in his wake, with Bird fighting behind and making a brave pass for second in the final lap.
Ticktum's incredible start puts him into the lead
Saturday in Berlin was already a great showing by NIO 333 as both drivers made it through to the Duel stages, Sergio Sette Camara qualifying in seventh and Dan Ticktum getting his car on to fourth on the grid.
From his second row slot, Ticktum had an incredible reaction at the lights and launched off the line, with a bold move around the outside of the Turn 1 complex to hit the front - making it the first time a NIO has a lead a race since Oliver Turvey at Mexico City in 2018.
Front-row lock out by ABT CUPRA's Frijns and Mueller
ABT CUPRA were the only team to have not featured in the Duel stages during Season 9, but in the tricky damp conditions Sunday their Mahindra-powered machine hooked up perfectly with both Robin Frijns and Nico Mueller making it through.
Taking out some big names in the Duels, the pair would face off in the final, with Frijns taking the Julius Baer Pole Position and three points, their first of the season.
Cassidy triumphs in tactical race in Tempelhof
Envision Racing's Nick Cassidy has well and truly thrown down the gauntlet and placed himself right in the title fight after a commanding victory in the second running in Berlin E-Prix.
In a race that no one wanted to lead, the New Zealander made some bold moves, including a huge lunge passing two into the final corner, and then eventually into the lead with 15 laps to go. His energy strategy left him with enough to hold off any advances and take his second victory in Formula E.
These are the moments from Berlin, now head to the Formula E app and get voting for your favourite. The winner will be revealed on Friday!