The final round of the 1995 World Rally Championship would be the scene of one of the most unforgettable title chase climaxes ever, as a bitter Colin McRae used all his legendary skills to overcome arch-rival Carlos Sainz and become Britain's first World Rally Champion.
Team orders on the previous round had left McRae and Sainz equal on points. The Scot was furious, and determined to beat his Subaru teammate on the special stages of Britain at the Network Q RAC Rally.
The Mitsubishis of Tommi Makinen and Kenneth Eriksson dominated the first day, but when the rally hit the forests, the Subarus came to the fore, with McRae and co-driver Derek Ringer leading the way.
Punctures threatened McRae's title hopes, but nothing could stop his charge. The mercurial Scot blasted through the closing stages, clawing back Sainz's 39 second lead and taking the Impreza to a dominant win.
This action-packed highlights programme brings you the comprehensive story of a history-making rally, with edge-of-the-seat footage, in-car camerawork and interviews with all the stars.