Classic Spanish Grands Prix
That's quite some list of races to choose from for our classic races series, but obviously the further back in time one goes, the harder it is to source television footage - so, in the interests of giving you the best selection of highlights we could, we have focused our selection of classic Spanish F1 races on the last three decades.
And these really are some great races.
First, there was Gilles Villeneuve's brilliant victory in the truck-like Ferrari 126C at Jarama in 1981, in which he held off four other cars for virtually the entire race in what was undoubtedly one of the greatest performances in F1 history.
Five years later on, the race had moved to Jerez, and we have the thrilling dash to the line between Ayrton Senna and Nigel Mansell, which the Brazilian in his Lotus won by just 0.014secs from the rapidly closing Englishman.
The two of them feature again in Barcelona in 1991, a race remembered chiefly for the breathtaking TV pictures of the great rivals inches apart as Mansell overtakes Senna into the first corner before going on to win.
The final two races are also from the 1990s - 1996, when Michael Schumacher put in one of the all-time great wet-weather drives to win for Ferrari, and 1997 when Jacques Villeneuve intelligently managed his tyres to hold off a rapidly closing Olivier Panis's Ligier.
So, please tell us what you think of our choices, let us know which one of them you would choose - and point out any races from the past that you think we should have included. They may form the basis of our choices next year.
We will show highlights of the winning choice next week, as well as the other four events - and remember that for those races that are from the era when the BBC had the rights (ie before 1997), we will show the full Grand Prix highlights programme from the era.