Inexplicable collisions, retirements, multiple safety cars, accusations between title rivals, a rookie makes history, and heroic drives from far back in the field – last year's Azerbaijan Grand Prix had it all.
The C4F1 team will again be in Baku this weekend for our second live broadcast of the 2018 season, but will we have another race quite like this one?
Take a Twitter trip back to June 25, 2017 to see how the mayhem unfolded...
Mercedes-Ferrari battle from the start
Briton first of seven DNFs in the race
Verstappen out on lap 12 with oil issue
Our technical analyst Karun Chandhok shows great foresight
Karun: "Ricciardo is the man we've got to watch on this restart. He's on a brand new set of supersofts. He could be a man on the charge" pic.twitter.com/7BMlKP4BLe— Channel 4 F1® (@C4F1) 25 June 2017
Force India team-mates collide, Raikkonen's Ferrari also damaged
Leader Hamilton forced to pit by race control
HAM comes to replace his headrest, but VET gets a stop/go penalty for hitting him under the SC!— Channel 4 F1® (@C4F1) 25 June 2017
Ben: "Hamilton could still win this race!" pic.twitter.com/zqHn7LlZvf
Flying Finn unlaps himself after safety car
Racing stops for 20 minutes
German loses cool during safety car
Replays show Vettel bumped Hamilton at the restart— Channel 4 F1® (@C4F1) 25 June 2017
Ben: "He was so fired up expecting Hamilton to go that he ran into the back of him" pic.twitter.com/FRG0n7qQL7
Temporary return for duo - neither finish the race
Ricciardo makes his move
We're green again! (New catchphrase?)— Channel 4 F1® (@C4F1) 25 June 2017
STR momentarily third, then RIC scythes past both Williams!
Ben: "Wow! What a restart by Daniel" pic.twitter.com/p41JilrIZO
Red Bull rejoice as Aussie triumphs
One podium place for Mercedes
Youngest rookie to finish an F1 race on podium
Ferrari star unrepentant after Hamilton incidents
Pole-sitter finishes fifth; Vettel gets 10-second penalty
What about this year?
World champion Lewis Hamilton is once again chasing Sebastian Vettel in the title race, while Daniel Ricciardo joined the fray with another stunning come-from-behind win in a similarly-chaotic Chinese GP.
Watch all the action on Channel 4 this weekend!
For our second live race this season we travel to Azerbaijan - the 'Land of Fire'— Channel 4 F1® (@C4F1) April 23, 2018
Eddie Jordan rejoins the @C4F1 team for the first time in 2018 while @LeeMcKenzieTV returns after a short break
Tune in on @Channel4 for all the #AzerbaijanGP action ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/380mZVNAF8