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Guenther wins your Tokyo E-Prix moment of the weekend

The inaugural Tokyo E-Prix delivered thrills from lights to the chequered flag. From Guenther's storming victory to Rowland completing a podium hat-trick, see what made it into the Moment of the Weekend - and find out who you voted for to win the pick of the bunch.

rowland leads gunther tokyo 2024

It was a special first race for Formula E in Japan with spectacular Tokyo E-Prix and the battle for the first victory going right down to the wire. An action-packed race loads with plenty of moments to choose from, but we've whittled it down to four.

It was Maximilian Guenther's moment below that took win, with 58% of your votes.

Guenther dashes to first Tokyo E-Prix victory


With a victory in the inaugural Tokyo E-Prix, Maserati MSG Racing's Maximilian Guenther makes it five winners in the first five rounds of Season 10. The German took advantage of the lead being handed to him in the final stages and bolted for his second and final ATTACK MODE in the final stages, building enough of a gap to gain the lead and hold this until the flag.

Rowland completes podium hat-trick in Nissan's home race


Putting in a stunning pole run in qualifying, Oliver Rowland put in an impressive performance in Nissan's home race. Controlling the the majority of the race, ultimately Rowland would end up in second but continued to showcase the Japanese team's rise in emergence in the title fight.

Mueller puts the first points on the board for ABT CUPRA


It was a quiet drive for Nico Mueller as the ABT CUPRA driver survived the mid-pack skirmish and the prominent concertina effect to put the first points on the board for himself and the team.

Cassidy salvages points in recovery drive from 19th to eighth


It was almost a day to forget for Jaguar TCS Racing in their milestone 100th race. After Nick Cassidy had his lap time deleted in the group stage he was left down the order for the race and started from 19th on the grid. The New Zealander put in an impressive run through the field, on a track that was hard to pass on, to climb up to points in eighth and salvage some points for his championship hopes.

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