There's something irresistible about a great grand prix victory in the most testing of conditions. Some of the most famous triumphs in the history of the world championship have come in the rain, during which driver skill and car control are thrust to the fore.
There's a chance that we'll see some bad weather during this weekend's Brazilian Grand Prix, perhaps setting the stage for a victory to rival some of the 10 chosen below.
There's a simple criteria. Only victories are considered (so heroic podiums are discounted) and mastery of the conditions has to be one of the major factors in each driver's win.
Beltoise beat Ickx to win at Monaco, despite a half-spin during the race © LAT
10. Jean-Pierre Beltoise - 1972 Monaco Grand Prix
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Edd Straw is Editor-in-Chief of Autosport, overseeing both print and digital versions of the brand. Edd has worked for Autosport since joining as a junior reporter in 2002. He became Editor in November 2014, having previously worked as National Editor, News Editor and Grand Prix Editor.
Originally from Guernsey in the Channel Islands, he joined Autosport shortly after graduating from university. He went on to cover a wide range of categories from club motorsport to the World Touring Car Championship and Le Mans to Formula 3 before switching to F1 full-time at the 2008 French Grand Prix. He continues to cover a range of international events in his position as Editor-in-Chief.
In his spare time, he was formerly a club racer whose abilities did not match his enthusiasm in a variety of categories.