These are 25 of the most dramatic moments in the history of F1 - have we missed any? Tell us about the moments that stand out most for you in the comments below.

Hamilton first win on home soil at Silverstone 2008

Arguably one of Hamilton’s greatest-ever wins after producing a masterclass performance in the wet conditions at Silverstone to take an emotional home victory and ignite his maiden F1 world title charge.

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What a load of rubbish. Half of them were from 2008! A few minor moments were forgotten, like:
- Fangio's famous win at the Nurburgring in 1957
- Death of Jimmy Clarke in 1963
- Stewart destroying the field at the Ring in 1968
- Title decider in Fuji in 1976
- FISA-FOCA war of the early 80s
- Death of Gilles Villeneuve in 1982
- Monaco 1982 last lap
- Monaco 1988, both Senna's qualifying lap and crash in the race
- Suzuka 1990 (how was that one missed?)
- Adelaide 1994
- Ferrari's first world title with Schumacher in 2000
- Raikkonen snatching the title in 2007

Sure I've missed a few as well. Sure, Vettel at Monza and Hamilton at Silverstone were both great drives in 2008, but hardly "moments that shaped the sport".