Fourth on this week’s return of the ‘My Greatest Race’ series, Nelson Piquet Jnr looks back at the best race of his career.

When discussing the greatest races and best moments by different drivers and across numerous disciplines, sometimes deciding a definitive answer can be impossible to agree on. So we tried to settle any debates once and for all by getting the drivers themselves to answer one key question: What is your greatest race?

With 28 Formula 1 race starts to his name and Formula E’s first-ever champion back in 2014-15, Piquet Jnr goes all the way back to 2003 during his British Formula 3 days.

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More news: Ferrari: One size fits all F1 team budget cap doesn’t work

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto has explained why setting the same budget cap for all F1 teams won’t work and fears it would hurt the overall target of encouraging closer competition.

Binotto says his team and the likes of Mercedes and Renault who manufacture every component and power units for their cars would be worst hit by the changes as they spend more on design and development while other teams purchase parts from them that are permitted under F1 rules.

Consequently, the Ferrari chief believes having the same budget cap for all F1 teams isn’t feasible and feels a sliding scale should be produced to give teams who construct key components like engines a bigger spending allowance to provide a fairer balance.

 

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