Classic Australian GP - the winner
You have had your say and we have a winner for our classic Australian Grand Prix feature.
We had an overwhelming response to this idea - and we are thrilled you like it - and the massive favourites from our pick of five classic races were the two title showdowns in Adelaide in 1994 and 1986.
They were both brilliant Grands Prix, providing among the most dramatic climaxes to any Formula 1 season in history.
That being the case, the decision between the two was always likely to be close - and so it proved, with the Michael Schumacher v Damon Hill dogfight in 1994 just edging out the three-way battle between Alain Prost, Nigel Mansell and Nelson Piquet in 1986.
I have to admit that my personal favourite is '86. Dramatic as '94 was, there were far more twists and turns eight years before as the crown hovered over the heads of all three men at various stages during the race before finally settling on Prost.
For a while, I have to admit I was a bit nervous - it looked like '86 wasn't getting the support it deserved. Initially, you voted heavily in favour of '94 but, as it went on, '86 caught up and even edged ahead at one point.
In the end, though, Hill v Schumacher just edged it - by, to my reckoning, 59 votes to 55.
And you can see why it is so popular - a thrilling battle, the title on a knife-edge, just one point in it, winner (or survivor) takes all.
Schumacher holds the lead at the start, but Hill does not let him get away. Eventually, the Englishman pressures Schumacher so hard he makes a mistake, whereupon the German gives the world the first sight of the dark side with which F1 fans were to become so familiar over the succeeding years by taking his rival out of the race.
With Schumacher in the wall, Hill continues but, front suspension broken, his race is over - and with it his title dream. That leaves Nigel Mansell - who Williams have lured back in the (vain) hope he might help Hill's title bid - to win his final Grand Prix.
Now, I said in my initial piece that we would show extended highlights of the winner. But this was so close that we decided to do so for both these races.
So you will find embedded in this blog the full highlights programme of both races.
Initially, we had planned just to offer five-minute edits of the highlights, but we listened to your requests and decided to offer the full "Grand Prix" programme from the time.
At the bottom, you will find the short edits of the other three races we picked, as well as the two front-runners.
The extended highlights will also be available on Freeview and digital satellite and cable from 0830 on Tuesday 24 March.
Thanks to your suggestions, we now also have an extensive list for the same feature again next year.
OK, on to Malaysia. In my initial post, I said that usually we would list our five choices for classic events in the week after the preceding race, and run the winner in the week leading up to this year's Grand Prix.
But as there is only a one-week gap between Australia and Malaysia this year, I am going to give you our five choices for classic Malaysian events now.
They are as follows:
1999 - controversially won by Eddie Irvine after Ferrari team-mate Michael Schumacher, in his first race back after breaking his leg, blocked McLaren's Mika Hakkinen. Both Ferrari drivers were disqualified for illegal cars, only to be reinstated upon appeal, thereby keeping the title race open to the final round.
2000 - Michael Schumacher's ninth win of the season, equalling Nigel Mansell's record.
2006 - when the new engine change rule gave several leading contenders problems.
2007 - Alonso's first win for McLaren
2008 - Raikkonen wins as Hamilton struggles to seventh.
It has to be admitted that there have not been that many classic Malaysian GPs in the race's 10-year history. But before you all jump up and down on me anyway saying I've missed some, we had to rule out 2002 and 2003 - which were on my initial list - because of technical problems.
Anyway, take your pick of your favourite from that list - and by all means point out any that you think we have criminally left off the list, and why they should be included.
In the meantime, here are the short (about five minutes long) versions of our five picks for classic Australian Grands Prix:
Adelaide 1986 - classic title showdown between Alain Prost, Nigel Mansell and Nelson Piquet.
1991 - abandoned after 14 laps in torrential rain
1994 - Michael Schumacher and Damon Hill collide, deciding the title in the German's favour
1996 - Jacques Villeneuve nearly wins on his debut
2007 - Lewis Hamilton finishes third on his F1 debut.