Sports Personality: Nigel Mansell wins again in 1992
As BBC Sport celebrates 60 years of Sports Personality of the Year, we visit the archive list to remember the achievements of all the previous winners.
In 1992, racing driver Nigel Mansell was named Sports Personality of the Year for the second time.
Mansell started the 1992 season with five straight wins on his way to the F1 world title.
Aptly, it was at the British Grand Prix that year that Mansell became the most successful British driver of all time, surpassing Sir Jackie Stewart with 28 race wins.
Having already won the annual poll in 1986, Mansell became only the second person after Sir Henry Cooper to win the Sports Personality award twice.
BBC Sports Personality of the Year will celebrate its 60th show when the 2013 event is broadcast live from Leeds on Sunday 15 December from 1940 GMT on BBC One. Further coverage on the BBC Sport website and Radio 5 live.