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 the crowd exhorting its hero onto greater heights, Mansell produced not only one of the most famous comeback drives in F1, but also one of the best passes, when he outmanoeuvred Piquet in the 1987 British Grand Prix.
Nigel Mansell took his Ferrari to a remarkable victory in the first race of the 1989 season at Rio de Janeiro’s Jacarepagua track.
What happened when F1 stars of the day were pitched against rally legends in identical Austin Maestros around Donington Park? They put on a fantastic display of no holds barred racing, that’s what.
Sparks flew during the Spanish Grand Prix of 1991, as Nigel Mansell and Ayrton Senna went wheel-to-wheel with literally only centimetres to spare.