Your classic Canadian Grand Prix
The 1979 Canadian Grand Prix is the selected race for the latest edition of our classic races series.
That means that the full 'Grand Prix' highlights programme of the time is embedded below, as well as the shorter packages we cut for all the races we offered as choices - the 1986, 1991, 1995 and 1998 races.
Watch the BBC's 'Grand Prix' programme from the 1979 Canadian Grand Prix
Watch short highlights of the 1979 Canadian Grand Prix
Watch short highlights of the 1986 Canadian Grand Prix
Watch short highlights of the 1991 Canadian Grand Prix
Watch short highlights of the 1995 Canadian Grand Prix
Watch short highlights of the 1998 Canadian Grand Prix
The films will be available in the UK on satellite and cable television from 1800 BST on Wednesday 9 June until 0600 on Friday 11 June. Unfortunately, because of a lack of bandwidth owing to the tennis at Queen's the start of the World Cup and live athletics, we will be unable to offer the content on Freeview.
Canada returns to the F1 calendar after a year's absence this season, so limiting our selection to just five choices from a race that is renowned for providing plenty of thrills and spills was always going to be difficult. And, inevitably, our selection caused a fair bit of controversy among respondents on this blog.
The selection we made was aimed at providing the best possible cross-section of Canadian Grands Prix.
We thought long and hard about including Lewis Hamilton's maiden F1 victory in 2007 - a race that was characterised by an unprecedented four interventions by the safety car and a horrific crash from which Robert Kubica was lucky to emerge largely unscathed - and 2008, when Hamilton famously crashed into Kimi Raikkonen's Ferrari in the pit lane and Kubica took his own maiden win.
But in the end we decided that the 1998 race topped the lot in terms of Canadian craziness, and that the other four choices provided a more comprehensive round-up of the history of the race.
Rest assured, though, that we plan to cover both Kubica's crash and Hamilton's dramatic history with the Canadian race during the BBC One programmes from Montreal this weekend.
It was always going to be difficult to choose between the races we did put in our selection, and that was certainly true of respondents on this blog.
As I have said before, this is not a vote, per se - we use your views to inform the choice we make of which race to highlight.
But the 1979, 1998 and 1995 races all got more or less the same level of support from readers, and for very different reasons.
That being the case, I am going to exercise my right as the author to cast the deciding vote - and it goes for 1979.
Ultimately, the choice came down to between that and 1995 because although 1998 was by far the more dramatic race, it came during the era when ITV had the rights to broadcast F1 in the UK. And, as I have explained before, we do not have the resources to cut half-hour highlights packages of races from those years.
Although Jean Alesi's sole F1 victory in 1995 was popular, it was inherited. The race was dominated by Michael Schumacher in the Benetton until he ran into problems late in the race, gifting the win to Alesi.
Jones's victory in 1979, by contrast, was a fantastic race-long battle between two of F1's hardest, most uncompromising racers. Villeneuve ended up coming off second best, but it was undoubtedly one of the greatest ever performances by a man who some consider to be the fastest F1 driver in history.
Jones had the faster car; Villeneuve was the better driver. They respected each other immensely. And over 72 laps they fought out one of history's most intense duels.
It is a worthy selection and a suitable memory of Villeneuve as F1 latest stars prepare to do battle on the track that was named for him in the wake of his death in 1982, and where he is still worshipped today.