Nigel Mansell was one of the reasons why I fell in love with Formula 1 at an early age. I was five years old when the tyre on Mansell's Williams famously exploded in Adelaide and, after that, I was hooked. From then on, I loved seeing Mansell wrestling with his miniscule steering wheel, doing battle with some of the true F1 greats. Mansell, who was nicknamed 'Il Leone' by the tifosi, was certainly a master in the art of overtaking. One of his most memorable moves happened in the 1990 Mexico GP. On the penultimate lap, Mansell bullied his way past Gerhard Berger, going around the outside of the daunting, high speed Peraltada corner.
- Charles Kha