Even on its quietest days, Formula One is a glamour sport. The noise, the colour, and the money all add up to theatre on four wheels.
It is a high octane drama that is compelling, often surprising and certainly never dull—even if the races sometimes are.
F1 has delivered many moments that are indelibly etched in the minds of fans.
Moments like Michael Schumacher squeezing Rubens Barrichello against the wall in Hungary, Jim Clark charging back from being lapped only to run out of fuel in sight of victory, or Gerhard Berger’s fiery crash at the infamous Tamburello bend at Imola.
There are times that leave us gasping in horror and others that have us cheering with delight.
What follows are what I consider to be the ten (eleven with the addition of Niki Lauda) most memorable moments from my time watching Formula One racing.