One day before Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas bored their way to a fifth Formula 1 one-two in succession, Jean-Eric Vergne triumphed in a gripping and controversial ABB FIA Formula E event in Monaco.
It wasn't a brilliant FE race - far from it - but it was another classic example of what the electric championship does well. That means an intense focus on driver skill in qualifying, a tense and tight tussle for the lead - even if this one featured no overtaking for first place - and battling scraps throughout the field.
By winning the Monaco race, Vergne actually stopped a success streak that FE had been thoroughly pleased with. The previous eight races had been won by eight different drivers, with Vergne building on his Sanya triumph by taking the win in the principality, visiting the Monaco podium for the first time in his career in the process. And, despite what many will probably say on the social media postings of this column, that streak ending is a good thing.