There was glitz, glamour and overtakes galore in the 2023 Monaco E-Prix, 116 overtakes to be exact and plenty of memorable moments to choose from around these famous streets. We've managed to whittle it down to four moments and now it is up to you to pick the best.
Take a look at the action-packed clips below and then head to the Formula E app to cast your vote.
Cassidy victory to take the championship lead
Nick Cassidy is on a tremendous run of form, the New Zealander took his second victory on the bounce in fine form, carving through the field from ninth on the grid to put himself in race-winning contention. He ultimately took the lead on lap 18 and held it right until the end, the victory pushing Cassidy and Envision Racing to the top of both Drivers' and Teams' standings.
Evans' third consecutive podium in Monaco
Heading into Monaco, Mitch Evans had bettered his result in each successive race here taking third and second in the last two outings on the famous Monegasque streets. His confidence buoyed from his resurgence in the championship, the Jaguar TCS Racing driver was right in the fight again, but try as he might he was unable to find away around his compatriot and ended the race with another second placed finish.
Fenestraz fires to record-breaking lap
Nissan's Sacha Fenetraz is one quick driver over one-lap and his semi-final lap to beat teammate Norman Nato was another blistering time as he clocked a 1m23.773s lap to break the previous GEN2 record by over a second. Impressive for the rookie who also holds the fastest average speed over a lap from back in Cape Town.
Vergne goes from last to the points
With both DS PENSKEs disqualified from Group A for running under the tyre pressure limit, relegating Jean-Eric Vergne right to the back of the field. Starting in last, the two-time champion was undeterred as scythed through the pack making moves left, right and centre to end the race in the points in seventh, securing the ABB Driver of Progress award for Monaco - showing that it doesn't matter where you start, but where you finish at the chequered flag.
These are the moments from Monaco, now head to the Formula E app and get voting for your favourite. The winner will be revealed on Friday!