The 2008 Formula One season provided the greatest finale the sport has witnessed.
McLaren's Lewis Hamilton and Ferrari's Felipe Massa fought all year long for the Drivers' Championship, but were still at it heading into the final race of the season in Brazil.
Hamilton needed to finish fifth (or better) to clinch the title in just his second year in the sport.
A few laps from the end of the race, the rain started to fall, and the drivers had to choose between risking a crash on dry-weather tires or changing to wet-weather tires.
Felipe Massa crossed the line first, meaning Hamilton had to finish fifth. Going into the final lap, Hamilton was overtaken and dropped to sixth, below the position he needed to win the title.
Massa and Hamilton had both pitted for tires, allowing Timo Glock's Toyota to move into fourth after he braved the dry tires on a track fast getting slippy.
Hamilton fought and fought to get past fifth place Sebastian Vettel, but couldn't get past. Then, at the final corner of the final lap of the race, Hamilton and Vettel drove past Glock's struggling Toyota, promoting Hamilton back into fifth and delivering him the world championship in unbelievable fashion.
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