Your winning moment from the 2024 Diriyah E-Prix

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Your winning moment from the 2024 Diriyah E-Prix

Jake Dennis scoring a victory by over 13 seconds and Robin Frijns picking up the 50th podium for Envision Racing are just two of the moments from an action-packed Diriyah double-header. You've voted, now see who won below.

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It was double-header delight in Diriyah, as the we witnessed two stunning races under the stars. There were so many memorable moments from the pair of night races but we've whittled it down to four.

Take a look at the action-packed clips see the winning moment below.

41% - Cassidy third podium in a row with first Jaguar victory

Nick Cassidy's start at Jaguar TCS Racing has been, in his own words, a 'dream'. The New Zealander has kicked off his campaign with the factory Jaguar team with a podium streak.

It only took Cassidy three races to score his first win in the Jaguar TCS Racing colours. Driving a calculated race he pulled the pin to get a decent lead to comfortably take his ATTACK MODE activations and then controlled the race pace by under consuming and holding off a freight train of fierce drivers.

24% - Rowland back on podium in Nissan return

Oliver Rowland's last pole and podium was back in Seoul in 2022. After two seasons away, Rowland's return to Nissan 2024 and put in a confidence-building performance in Saturday's race in Diriyah.

The Yorkshireman turned the Diriyah E-Prix on its head on Saturday, turning up and romping to his seventh career pole in Formula E before putting in a drive to third later that night.

21% - Dennis dominates with 13-second victory

Starting from the second row on the grid, Jake Dennis strode to the head of the pack, capitalising on the pace in his Andretti machine and maximising the ATTACK MODE phases to confidently pull out a huge gap.

The Brit was so far ahead that he was able to set multiple fastest laps on his way to a dominant win by just over 13-seconds - registering the second largest victory gap in Formula E history.

10% - Frijns scores 50th podium for Envision

Another driver returning to a former employer is Robin Frijns back to Envision Racing. The Dutchman took a couple of races to acclimatise to the Jaguar powertrain under his green machine and scored a momentous 50th podium for the Envision squad.

Starting from second on the grid, Frijns was quick off the line and launched up the inside of pole-sitter Rowland into the first turn. At the end of the 36-lap race, Frijns would cross the finish line in second, scoring his 14th and Envision 50th podium.

 

These are the moments of the weekend from Diriyah, head to the Formula E app and get voting for your favourite.