Our series of dramatic photos continues with a fantastic shot of Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen stalking Force India's Giancarlo Fisichella at the Belgian Grand Prix.
The photographs are taken by Darren Heath, who over the last 20 years has carved a reputation as one of the best photographers working within the sport.
This is Darren's story behind his latest image:
"Flat out they scream past, Fisichella and Raikkonen both cresting the summit of the mighty Raidillon corner the Ferrari - with its Kers battery working hard - running wide over the kerb kicking up water and grit as the Iceman lines up his prey.
"The bizarrely super-fast Force India and its Italian pilot have no chance as the Finn prepares to execute the decisive and ultimately race-winning pass.
"Whatever seen-it-all-before hacks may write about this awe-inspiring section of the majestic Spa-Francorchamps circuit not being what it used to be, don't believe a word of it.
"For to see modern day Formula 1 cars swoop hard downhill before spearing left through Eau Rouge then right and steeply uphill is to witness grand prix cars at their most thrilling.
"Akin to low flying fighter jets this is what flat out race car driving is all about and no one does it better than the 2007 world champion.
"Shooting the start from the inside of the famous corner I made my way further uphill - ready for the safety car to release the field - in the hope that Raikkonen would unleash the full might of his ability and power of the Kers-assisted Ferrari V8.
"He didn't disappoint."
Camera: Canon EOS1DS Mark3. Lens: 600mm + 1.4x converter. Exposure: 500th sec @ f7.1