There is no doubt Lewis Hamilton has a mountain worthy of the Ardennes to climb if he is to triumph in this year's Belgian Grand Prix, and extend his four-race winning streak in Formula 1.
No one has ever won a world championship grand prix from the back of the grid. The closest remains John Watson's victory for McLaren in the 1983 Long Beach GP. He started 22nd in a 26-car field.
Hamilton will have to match Watson's feat to taste the victory champagne here.