English Formula 1 driver James Hunt secured his one and only world championship on this day in 1976, capping a chaotic season in memorable fashion.
The 1990 Japanese GP was won by Nelson Piquet, but is forever remembered for the crash between Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost.
British Formula 1 driver Jenson Button won his one and only world driver's championship on this day in 2009, capping a fairytale season.
Michael Schumacher took his 13th race win of the 2004 Formula 1 season at Japan. But that wasn't the most notable aspect of the race.
The 2020 Turkish GP saw Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton clinch a record-equalling seventh world driver's championship in Formula 1.
Niki Lauda won his second F1 world driver's championship on October 2, 1977 after a fourth-place finish in the United States Grand Prix.
The 2001 United States GP saw Mika Hakkinen record his final race win. It was also the final F1 race to feature Murray Walker's commentary.
Rubens Barrichello, driving for Ferrari in 2004, won the inaugural Chinese Grand Prix in a race that saw plenty of high-quality racing.
Alain Prost won an eventful Portuguese Grand Prix on September 20, 1987 - and became the Formula 1 driver with the most wins ever at the time.
Rubens Barrichello won a choatic Italian Grand Prix in front of the tifosi on this day in 2002, taking advantage of other cars retiring.