Antonio Felix Da Costa wins the Cape Town E-Prix in frenetic style, joined on the podium by Jean-Eric Vergne and Nick Cassidy.
It marked another race won from the back for Porsche as they pick up their third race win of the season in just five rounds.
The field was hugely reduced with all four Mahindra-powered cars and Sam Bird not taking the start due to various issues.
The cars made it through the first corner cleanly, Sacha Fenestraz getting a fantastic start from pole position.
However, once it got to turn 10 Pascal Wehrlein made contact with the back of Sebastian Buemi, sending them both into the runoff. The Swiss driver got going again while championship leader Wehrlein was forced to retire with a bent steering column.
After starting from the pitlane, Edoardo Mortara was also forced to retire, pulling into the run-off during the safety car period.
Amongst the chaos of race control calls, Maximillian Gunther got ahead of pole man Sacha Fenestraz during the Full Course Yellow Call.
Mitch Evans received a drive-through penalty in his Jaguar for overconsumption which he took on lap 10, pushing him to the back of the pack.
Nick Cassidy inherited the lead of the race when Gunther went for attack from the lead, with the German driver dropping to third in his Maserati.
Jake Hughes dropped to tenth on lap 15 after locking up into the corner and just narrowly avoiding the wall.
Jake Dennis, who would have wanted to capitalise on his championship rival crashing out received a drive-through penalty for not respecting tire pressure minimums.
The Maserati of Gunther was investigated for his overtake on Fenestraz before the first full course yellow. Lotterer was also investigated for a safety car infringement, later receiving a 5-second time penalty.
Gunther ended up hitting the wall at turn seven, an area of the track that has plagued many and he crashed out from podium contention.
Race control called another Full Course Yellow to retrieve the car in another double DNF for Maserati.
Antonio Felix da Costa took the lead from Cassidy in heroic fashion sending it to the outside of the Envision.
Almost straight after Jean-Eric Vergne also got Cassidy demoting the Kiwi to third on the road.
As Da Costa tried to clear his former teammate Vergne and take attack mode he missed one of the activation loops and failed to get the additional power. When he went for attack mode once again, he lost the lead to Vergne.
Da Costa got the lead back off of Vergne in the end, sending it through in heroic fashion in one of the high-speed bumpy sections of the track.
Fenestraz made a heroic move on Cassidy through the chicane at turn five taking the final podium position, however, Cassidy tried it on Fenestraz again through the final corner.
After a busy start to the season, Formula E now takes a month break before the next race in Sao Paulo.