Former Formula One driver turned commentator David Coulthard and seven time world champion Michael Schumacher famously had a fiery rivalry during their time racing against in each other in the sport.

They came together at the 1998 Belgian Grand Prix at the Spa Francorchamps circuit where Schmacher went to the McLaren garage to confront Coulthard.

There was also their incident at the 2000 French Grand Prix where DC gesticulated to Schumacher when the German blocked him.

There was a great story however which came back in 1996. During practice for the Monaco Grand Prix on the Thursday before the race, the rain was horrendous.

Coulthard found it extremely difficult to see out of his car due to the visit design of his Arai helmet at the time.

Speaking to the official F1 website about his rivalry with Schumacher, Coulthard revealed that he asked Schumacher if he could borrow a helmet for the race as his helmet had better rain resistance to which the German said of course.

Olivier Panis won the race for Ligier ahead of David Coulthard in his McLaren and Johnny Herbert.

Michael Schumacher who started the race from pole position was forced to retire from the race.

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