The Official Review of the 2002 FIA Formula 1 World Championship
Ferrari 221 points - 221 points for the rest of the field. Last year Michael Schumacher stamped his name in the history books; this year he shattered the records and raised the game in modern Formula One.
A record-breaking 11 race wins, 144 points and never once finishing off the podium, Schumacher stormed his way to a fifth World Championship - a feat only matched by the great Juan Manuel Fangio.
There was one record he had to concede. Juan Pablo Montoya is the fastest man in Formula One, smashing a 17 year record held by former Williams driver Keke Rosberg. Witness this mind-blowing event as the Colombian screeches through the 19,000rpm barrier in his Williams.
Watch Michael Schumacher's mirror camera at the Nurburgring and see Rubens Barrichello push the champion like no other team mate has done before.
See Kimi Raikkonen stake his claim as the new Flying Finn and provide tough competition at McLaren for David Coulthard.
But it wasn't just about the front runners. F1 debutantes Toyota scored points in their first race and welcomed Mika Salo back after a year long break, while Australian Mark Webber brought unexpected joy to perennial underdogs Minardi.
Get to the heart of the controversy, the excitement and the drama with a unique insight into this breathtaking season of the world's most prestigious motorsport.
Witness the highs and lows from the best coverage, exclusive interviews, on-board cameras and team radio.
Sit back and watch Michael's record year!