Cassidy pipping Mueller is your Misano Moment of the Weekend

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Cassidy pipping Mueller is your Misano Moment of the Weekend

Misano was memorable and the double-header was chock full of action, from Oliver Rowland taking his podium streak to four and a career best Formula E finish for Dan Ticktum the weekend moments have been selected.

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Two races with thrills and spills at every corner, there were an abundance of moments for the inaugural Misano E-Prix on Italy's Adriatic coast as the drivers made waves around this new spot on the Formula E calendar - and it was definitely not a beach holiday for the grid.

Nick Cassidy's end of the race overtake, pipping Mueller to the line for the third spot on the podium was your Moment of the Weekend, securing 40% of the vote!

Cassidy pips Mueller to the line for third


The last lap on Sunday was eventful, first there was a breakaway with Rowland pulling the pin and Wehrlein giving chase. But that would be to the detriment of the Nissan driver as he ran out of useable energy and slowed to a crawl, leaving Wehrlein with the lead. Behind them everything was kicking off with a trio going for the remaining positions on the podium.

Nico Mueller was running right in contention for a return to the podium for the Swiss driver and ABT CUPRA, but they were pipped to the post as Nick Cassidy (Jaguar TCS Racing) floored it to the line for the final rostrum finish and another thrilling last lap decider in the Formula E books.

Wehrlein breaks the winners streak with second victory of the season - Voted for by 18%


The Streak is over. TAG Heuer Porsche's Pascal Wehrlein became the first repeat winner in Season 10. The German was on fine, efficient form as he converted a second row start to cross the line first taking the lead on the last lap, after Nissan's Oliver Rowland ran out of useable energy. Wehrlein's victory gave him the lead in the standings, but the competition is still close as he's tied with Andretti's Jake Dennis.

Four in a row for Rowland - Voted for by 18%


It was nearly five, but the win was cruelly denied for Rowland after a mishap for the Nissan outfit on the grid saw them count down an extra lap in the race. The Brit was still on form on the weekend, and has shown himself to be a championship contender after he logged a podium quartet that started back in Diriyah.

In Saturday's race Rowland crossed the line in second, but inherited the win and 25 points after Antonio Felix da Costa's disqualification from the victory.

Dennis double Misano podium - Voted for by 9%


Jake Dennis was struggling (where have we heard that before?) in his Andretti machine through practice and qualifying, describing the car as a disaster on team radio.

That didn't hold the reigning champion back much as he worked his way through the carnage of Saturday's race from way down the order to get to the podium and an eventual second place. There were slight improvements the following day but similar pains, but they didn't slow him down as he was right in the fight again and crossed the line in second.

Career best finish for Ticktum - Voted for by 15%


Dan Ticktum and ERT pulled off a strategy masterclass, the Brit kept his cool in the peloton pack and conserved energy throughout the race waiting for the right time to strike in the closing stages.

Starting in 16th after qualifying, Ticktum timed his ATTACK MODEs to perfection and picked off the necessary positions to claim a career best finish with solid points for fourth.

These are the moments of the weekend from Misano!