WATCH: Senna, Schumacher and Verstappen star in our top 10 wet weather drives in F1


Can you ever truly be a Formula 1 legend if you don't have one of the great wet weather drives on your CV?

Ayrton Senna, Michael Schumacher and Lewis Hamilton are just three of F1's great drivers to have put in performances in the rain that saw them rise head and shoulders above the rest of the field, finding grip where others could only spin, finding speed where the rest could only just about hang on.

In this video we celebrate those truly epic drives from F1's rainmasters, including Senna’s ‘Lap of the Gods’ at Donington in 1993 for the European Grand Prix, and Hamilton’s calm amid the storm that hit the 2008 British Grand Prix.

VOTE: Tell us which classic Grand Prix you want us to stream next Wednesday

There’s also the incredible shock win that Sebastian Vettel took at the 2008 Italian Grand Prix, and Max Verstappen’s genius in the rain at Brazil in 2016 – and a James Hunt performance that was ultimately immortalised by Hollywood.

F1 REWIND: Watch our full race stream of Hill vs Schumacher in the 1994 Japanese GP



Coming Up

Coming Up


FACTS AND STATS: First Monegasque winner in Monaco since 1931, as Leclerc finally breaks his curse on home soil