In the 2013 Hungarian Grand Prix Romain Grosjean pulled off what should have gone down as one of the great overtakes in Formula 1 history.
Chasing Felipe Massa out of Turn 3, Grosjean attacked on the outside into the high-speed left-hand Turn 4 - by no means a conventional overtaking spot. With Massa defending, it seemed inevitable the move would fail, and Grosjean would either have to back out or use so much of the asphalt run-off that he'd end up in the waterpark that overlooks the Hungaroring.
But with a little help from Massa, who played the often-overlooked role of driving responsibly while being overtaken, Grosjean swooped around the outside to pull off a spectacular pass. If Gilles Villeneuve had done it, it would have gone down in F1 folklore.