Well, Suzuka 2005 is good for what Kimi Raikkonen does.
Brazil 2008 is good because it’s a championship-deciding race that goes right down to the wire.
Canada 2010 is good because it was one of the most unpredictable races on record.
They’re the big ones. And if you can get your hands on the 1982 season review (you can see excerpts on YouTube), do so. The racing may not be particularly close, but the commentary by Clive James is hilarious.
On the other hand, I would stay away from Australia 1998, Austria 2002, and Germany 2010, because all of those races involved the use of team orders (where the team tells two drivers to swap positions). And whatever you do, stay away from the 2005 United States Grand Prix. It was an absolute embarrassment; only six cars raced because of unsafe tyres.