Your classic Hungarian Grand Prix
The 1990 Hungarian Grand Prix is the chosen race for the latest edition of our classic Formula 1 races series.
So we will broadcast the full 'Grand Prix' highlights programme of the time for that race, as well as the shorter highlights package we cut for all the selected events - 1992, 1998, 2007 and 2009.
The Grand Prix programme from 1990 is embedded below, with the links to the other races underneath it.
WATCH SHORT HIGHLIGHTS OF THE 1990 HUNGARIAN GRAND PRIX
WATCH SHORT HIGHLIGHTS OF THE 1992 HUNGARIAN GRAND PRIX
WATCH SHORT HIGHLIGHTS OF THE 1998 HUNGARIAN GRAND PRIX
WATCH SHORT HIGHLIGHTS OF THE 2007 HUNGARIAN GRAND PRIX
WATCH SHORT HIGHLIGHTS OF THE 2009 HUNGARIAN GRAND PRIX
WATCH LONG HIGHLIGHTS OF THE 2009 HUNGARIAN GRAND PRIX
The classic races will be broadcast on the BBC red button in the UK on satellite and cable television from 2100 BST on Wednesday until Saturday. They will be on Freeview from 1830-2015 on Friday.
After last week's deviation from normal service, I'm sure regular readers of this blog will be pleased to hear that the 1990 race was the most popular among respondents.
It is an event that has gone down in history because its winner, Thierry Boutsen, was far from the fastest man in the race, but he crossed the line first by basically holding up a train of cars from start to finish.
The pressure really began to mount in the last 25 laps, by which time McLaren driver Ayrton Senna - who was on fresher tyres than Boutsen and Nannini after making a pit stop following a puncture - was up to third.
On lap 64, with 13 to go, Senna saw his chance and dived for the inside of Nannini at the chicane. It was an optimistic move and the two collided - Nannini was out on the spot but the Brazilian continued with an undamaged car.
Even Senna, though, was unable to pass Boutsen. Whether he didn't barge the Williams out of the way because the two were friends off the track, or whether the opportunity simply did not come up, we'll never know.
But Boutsen crossed the line as the winner and the Hungaroring's reputation as a track where passing was all but impossible was sealed for good.