It's perhaps not surprising that many folk have compared Lewis Hamilton's victory at Silverstone with Ayrton Senna's famous success at Donington back in 1993. Given that both men scored dominant wins in McLarens, and that the Leicestershire track was in the news over the British GP weekend, it was a logical connection to make.
Only one man took part in both races and thus could truly compare the two events, and he was standing alongside Lewis on the podium - just as he very nearly stood alongside Senna 15 years ago.
When he finally retires Rubens Barrichello is unlikely to figure very highly when people compile their lists of all-time greats, despite the impressive list of wins and podium finishes that he amassed during his Ferrari years. After all for most of that period Ferrari was utterly dominant, and even on a bad day he could reasonably expect to finish second.