Spa's champagne moments – It's the moment every Formula One driver dreams of -- to stand victorious atop the podium with a bottle of bubbly in hand, ready to splash competitors and fans in celebration.
The Belgian Grand Prix, which takes place at the Spa-Francorchamps circuit later this month, represents the closest the 2014 Formula One season will get to the Champagne region of France where the sparkling drink is produced.
So what better excuse to take a look back at some of the legendary track's most iconic champagne moments?
From Schumacher to Senna, from McLaren to Mercedes, there's a fizzing bottle full of marvelous Spa memories to choose from ...
Spa's champagne moments – The first Belgian Grand Prix at the Spa-Francochamps circuit took place in 1925, but its first appearance on the F1 championship calendar came in the elite motorsport's debut season a quarter of a century later.
The 1950 race was won by Argentinian driver Juan Manuel Fangio (right), who went on to become one of F1's all-time greats.
While Fangio triumphed at Spa, his Alfa Romeo teammate Giuseppe Farina would become F1's first world champion thanks to victories in Switzerland, Britain and the decider in Italy.
Spa's champagne moments – No constructor has claimed more F1 Spa victories than Italy's famous Ferrari, which has 16 in total.
Here, photographers get up close and personal with British driver John Surtees in the Ferrari 312 as he surges to victory in 1966.
Spa's champagne moments – For a spell in the late 1980s and early 1990s, Ayrton Senna was unstoppable at Spa-Francorchamps.
The legendary Brazilian driver scored five race wins at Spa -- including four in a row between 1988 and 1991 -- before his tragic death in 1994.
Michael Schumacher is the only driver to have won more Belgian Grand Prixs than Senna, with the German recording his sixth success in 2002.
Spa's champagne moments – Schumacher's debut at Spa, however, was one to forget. He lasted just one lap with the Jordan team in 1991, but he enjoyed more success at the following year's race.
After a controversial move to Benetton, the young German claimed the first of his record 91 career wins, excelling in the wet conditions.
The 1992 event would also be remembered for Senna stopping during qualifying to come to the aid of Ligier-Renault driver Erik Comas, who had passed out in his car after crashing.
Spa's champagne moments – Heavy rain was the story of the 1998 Belgian Grand Prix at Spa, with the slippery conditions and low visibility leading to a huge 13-car crash at the first turn.
The precipitation continued all day and only eight drivers finished the race, with Britain's Damon Hill claiming victory for Jordan -- the 1996 world champion's only win that season, and the last of his career.
Spa's champagne moments – The irrepressible Schumacher scored the fifth of his record six Belgian Grand Prix wins at Spa in 2001.
Making that year's triumph extra special was the fact that the Ferrari driver claimed an unprecedented 52nd career F1 victory, one more than previous record-holder Alain Prost.
Spa's champagne moments – Kimi Raikkonen has enjoyed his time at Spa almost as much as Schumacher and Senna.
The flying Finn, who returned to Ferrari this season, has won the Belgian Grand Prix four times, making him the joint third most successful driver in the race's history along with 1960s star Jim Clark.
This 2007 triumph was his third in a row at Spa and helped him to that year's world title.
Spa's champagne moments – Lewis Hamilton thought he had won the 2008 Belgian GP after a dramatic penultimate lap.
On a soaking track, Hamilton passed Raikkonen before spinning, which allowed the Finn to regain the lead. Raikkonen then spun himself moments later before crashing into a wall.
Hamilton cruised home for what looked like his maiden Spa victory, but race stewards later slapped a 25-second drive-through penalty on the British driver for cutting a corner to overtake his Ferrari rival.
The penalty meant Hamilton dropped down to third place, with Ferrari's Felipe Massa claiming the win -- but it did not stop the young McLaren racer from going on to claim his first world title by just a point from the Brazilian.