Michael Schumacher celebrated his 20 years in Formula 1 with a great comeback drive at the Belgian Grand Prix to finish fifth after starting 24th - the worst starting position of his career - and last. But it's not the first time he's blasted through the field at Spa; the Ardennes circuit having been the scene of some of his finest performances in the past.
The most famous of these was his victory for Benetton in 1995 from 16th on the grid, although he recovered 14 places last year as he finished seventh from 21st on the grid, and did even better this time around after gaining 19 spots during the 44-lapper.
His achievement last Sunday set a new Belgian GP record for most number of positions gained during a race, beating the 17 spots made up by Emanuele Pirro in 1991 on his way to eighth from 25th on the grid. In F1 history, Schumacher is the only driver to have taken a top-five finish at Spa after starting lower than 20th.
Schumacher's recovery drive also made him the biggest position-gainer in a grand prix since Kimi Raikkonen took third spot from 22nd on the grid in Bahrain in 2006.