It’s been 25 years since Ayrton Senna set pole position in Adelaide for the 1991 Australian Grand Prix. ‘What’s special about that?’ you might wonder. Well, his car –  the McLaren MP4/6 – had an H-pattern gearbox with a traditional clutch pedal, making it the last of its kind to take pole. With semi-automatic gearboxes becoming the thing to have across all motorsports, it truly was the end of an era for F1.

Of course, being a Senna lap it’s pretty damn spectacular to watch, and is made even better by having the man himself do some commentary over the top. And then there’s the sound of that magnificent Honda V12