When Damon Hill launched his Williams up the inside of Michael Schumacher's Benetton at the Priory left-hander on lap 46 of the 1995 British Grand Prix, he believed the move would seal a famous home win.
As both cars flew into the gravel trap after the inevitable and infamous collision, it's doubtful that Hill spent any time reflecting on the fact that he had guaranteed a British victor - it just wasn't him.
Just over 40 seconds behind, Johnny Herbert was minding his own business in third
with the second Benetton-Renault, unaware that this was going to be the biggest day of his racing life. He was just 16 laps away from winning at Silverstone, an achievement that seemed impossible in the aftermath of his horrific F3000 crash at Brands Hatch seven years earlier.