The championship battle is heating up and the temperatures were hitting boiling point in Jakarta, and with the memorable moments whittled down to four it's now 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.
Guenther takes Maserati to the top step
Maximilian Guenther was on fine form in Jakarta over the weekend, the German dominated across the timed sessions with a unstoppable pace that saw him top every one and score two pole positions.
Third was an impressive finish for Saturday, but they took those learnings and went even better on Sunday, storming to victory to claim Maserati's first World Championship single-seater victory, 66-years in the making for the House of Trident after Juan Manuel Fangio's legendary win at the Nurburgring in 1957.
Dennis doubles up with two seconds
When it comes to scoring in Season 9, Jake Dennis has done this in style as all of the Avalanche Andretti driver's points have come from seven podium finishes - the most of any driver on the grid in 2023.
On top of this the Brit is on a run of form that has put him right back into the title fight, equalling a personal best of four podiums on the trot, with two of those coming in the Jakarta double-header.
Evans rebounds from DNF to podium on Sunday
The Jakarta double-header was a tale of two races for Mitch Evans, it hit a low point on day one as the New Zealander was taken out of points scoring position by Jaguar TCS Racing teammate Sam Bird on the Saturday.
A complete reset and overhaul of the settings saw Evans through to the Duels where he narrowly missed out on a front-row start, losing to Dennis by just 0.001s in the semi-final. In the race, the Jaguar driver then put a defensive run to the flag making his car like a "moving roadblock" as he described to hold off any challenges to register a third-place finish.
Wehrlein returns to the top of the standings
TAG Heuer Porsche's Pascal Wehrlein put down a statement of a drive for the opening race of the weekend in Jakarta. After his best qualifying performance of the season to start the race in third.
The German leapt into the lead on lap four and controlled the race from there, taking the chequered flag and closing the lead to Cassidy by two points. More points followed in the second race to see the German and Porsche retake the lead in both the Drivers' and Teams' standings.
These are the moments from Jakarta, now head to the Formula E app and get voting for your favourite. The winner will be revealed on Friday!