Michael Schumacher celebrates his victory at the 1998 Hungarian Grand Prix driving to what was a brilliant 3-stop strategy by genius tactician and technical director Ross Brawn, who was also responsible for the restructuring at Ferrari which helped them dominate the early 2000s.
It was crucial for Schumacher to win this race to keep the championship alive. Title rival Mika Hakkinen qualified on pole and was leading the race comfortably until suspension problems meant he finished 6th and 1 lap behind.
The organisers were fined because of a post-race track invasion.
Event: 1998 Hungarian Grand Prix
Location: Hungaroring, Budapest, Hungary
Drivers: Michael Schumacher, David Coulthard