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Dennis crowned champion is your winning London moment

The season closing double-header gave us all a thrilling end to Season 9 and the first year of GEN3. Avalanche Andretti's Jake Dennis claimed his first Drivers' title in Formula E and being crowned champion was your Moment of the Weekend from the 2023 Hankook London E-Prix. To celebrate, watch through Dennis' championship success.

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It's the final Moment of the Weekend, and a huge 66% of you have selected Jake Dennis (Avalanche Andretti) being crowned champion as the best from the London season-finale.

They didn't let him have it easy, as Dennis had to fight hard on Saturday, but in the end the Brit finished second and took his first championship on the first race in London. 

Despite wrapping up the title on Saturday, Dennis didn't let off the pressure and made it to the podium on Sunday put increase his record-breaking season with 11 visits to the podium in 16 races, capping off a year of commanding consistency for the Brit.

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Avalanche Andretti's Jake Dennis and his trophy haul from Season 9

Next up with 17% was the clean sweep of victories from New Zealand drivers, as Mitch Evans (Jaguar TCS Racing) visited the top step on Saturday and compatriot Nick Cassidy (Envision Racing) won on Sunday. It rounded out a successful year for the Kiwis as they became the most winningest country over a season with the pair picking up four each for a total of eight wins across Season 9.

In third was Envision Racing winning their first Teams' title with 12% of the vote. After nine years in the all-electric racing series, the independent team overcame the factory outfits, beating Jaguar TCS Racing in the final race - the British marque still had plenty to celebrate as their powertrain took the top two slots in the Teams' standings.

Finally, it was Sebastien Buemi's (Envision Racing) return to the podium in just under three years with 5% of the vote, capping of a season of resurgence for the former champion since his move to the green team.

This year has been chock full of exciting moments, thanks for all your votes from Season 9!