Tony Brooks, six-times grand prix winner and 1959 Formula 1 world championship runner-up, has passed away at the age of 90.
Britain has had more home winners of its Grand Prix than any other country. And with Jenson Button favourite to win again this year, that record could grow even further this weekend.
The second part of the series looking at the 100 drivers to win F1 Grands Prix includes Britain’s first world champion, Mike Hawthorn. He’s one of four British drivers on this part of the list, the others being Peter Collins, Tony Brooks and Stirling Moss.