I hope I'm not stepping on cider_and_toast's toes here when he does the Spa race thread, but it's 20 years since that major accident at the start of Spa which David Coulthard inadvertantly caused. If you saw the carnage that day it's something I am guessing most people wouldn't ever forget, I sure haven't. How no one was seriously injured that day or worse I have no clue. Of course then they had T cars and some drivers only made it to the restart thanks to them. These days even fewer people would make it. The BBC have done a piece on it on their website and I think it's an interesting read, also there is a quiz at the bottom of the page. You have six minutes to try and recall all 22 drivers who were on the grid that day. It's harder than you'd think, I got 15. Here's the link if you want a go. Belgian GP: Why Spa 1998 remains one of the most remarkable F1 races ever I'm not sure if anyone outside the UK can access it, sorry if that is the case.