They called Michael Schumacher the rain master and, before him, Ayrton Senna was considered to be unbeatable when the heavens opened.

More recently, the ultra-smooth Jenson Button has been labelled as a talent in the wet, but now we have another name to add to the wet weather hall of fame: Max Verstappen.

The 19-year-old’s performance at the weekend's soggy Brazilian Grand Prix showed that he’s not just great at wrestling more than 800bhp of Formula 1 car around a slippery Interlagos, but he’s also brave enough to venture out onto bits of a track his more experienced rivals daren’t sample.