The 2002 Austrian Grand Prix is one of the most infamous in Formula 1 history, and on the evidence of last weekend's German GP it left scars that still bother Ferrari to this day.
The race at the then-A1 Ring will forever be remembered for its final few seconds, when race leader Rubens Barrichello slowed to let Michael Schumacher take a victory he didn't really need on his romp to a world championship he would seal by July. Incidentally, last weekend was the 16-year anniversary of that feat.
The drivers, and Ferrari, were resoundingly booed by the fans post-race, leading to Schumacher's embarrassingly half-hearted gesture to swap places with Barrichello on the podium. At least that gave the FIA something to punish Ferrari for, as at the time team orders were legal, and rubbing your dominance in the faces of the fans was hardly an official offence!