Your 2024 São Paulo E-Prix Moment of the Weekend

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Your 2024 São Paulo E-Prix Moment of the Weekend

There were so many memorable moments from a true Brazilian barnstormer, there were last lap overtakes for the podium, close Duels for pole, and even a balloon! See what was your winning moment from the 2024 São Paulo E-Prix

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It was another sensational São Paulo E-Prix, with the battle for the podium positions coming right down to the chequered flag. With over 200 overtakes in the race, there was a wealth of moments to choose from, but we've whittled it down to four.

You've made your choice, the votes have been tallied and the winning moment chosen...

60% - Bird sensational last lap victory

NEOM McLaren's Sam Bird returned to the top step of the podium in spectacular style in São Paulo, laying down a stunning move around the outside of Mitch Evans (Jaguar TCS Racing) into the final corners to cross the line first after a 36-race wait and bringing the iconic papaya colour to top step of the podium for the first time.

18% - Guenther comeback drive from last-to-points

Ahead of qualifying Maximilian Guenther was served with two penalties for changing the inverter and gearbox on his Maserati MSG, picking up a 40-place grid drop that sent him to the back of the pack with the rest of the positions converted into a 10-second stop-and-go penalty. Aided by his speed in São Paulo (he was due to start from third), and a few Safety Car periods, the German picked off drivers to end the race in ninth.

17% - Rowland final corner overtake to third

it was already an impressive drive through the field as Nissan's Oliver Rowland worked his way up to the lead group, the Brit then found himself in a opportune position sat right behind Pascal Wehrlein (TAG Heuer Porsche) and reigning champion Jake Dennis (Andretti) as the pair jostled the final podium position. Pushing each other wide into the final corner, Rowland didn't need a second invitation and snuck under them at the final and beat them to the line for his second podium finish in as many races.

5% - Wehrlein takes pole by 0.002s

Pascal Wehrlein had the one lap speed around São Paulo, the German had top five pace in the practice sessions and took this over to the Duels as he worked his way to the Final. The TAG Heuer Porsche driver had a close battle that went right down to the final sector, beating Stoffel Vandoorne (DS PENSKE) by just two thousandths -  the second closest pole position in Formula E's history.

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