Being quick in the wet is a badge of honour for racing drivers. It is one of the key criteria when assessing the best talents behind the wheel, partly because - rightly or wrongly - wet conditions are seen as a great car leveller.
Most of Formula 1's greatest drivers shone when rain arrived, but who is the best ever? Autosport decided to look at all world championship grands prix affected by rain to see which drivers have stood out over the last 67 years.
By our reckoning, 136 world championship races have been affected by rain, around 14% of the total events held. The first was the 1951 Swiss Grand Prix, with this year's Chinese GP the most recent.