Held in midsummer on a new circuit where the surface had to be continuously repaired; the 1984 Dallas Grand Prix was something of a farce.
With both McLarens out Ferrari were gifted an unexpected and emotional 1-2 at Monza in 1988, just four weeks after the death of Enzo Ferrari
Ferrari romped to a 1-2-3-4 victory in the 1961 Belgian Grand Prix – a result that set the pattern for the rest of the season.
The 2006 Chinese Grand Prix was a race that Renault should have won, but victory was a masterstroke from Michael Schumacher in which tyres were key.
Nigel Mansell took his Ferrari to a remarkable victory in the first race of the 1989 season at Rio de Janeiro’s Jacarepagua track.
Mark Webber made a stunning start to his F1 career with a superb debut drive in front of his home crowd at the 2002 Australian Grand Prix.