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Giorgio Francia. Don Freeland. Heinz-Harald Frentzen. Patrick Friesacher. Joe Fry. Hiroshi Fushida. Beppe Gabbiani. Bertrand Gachot. Patrick Gaillard.
Divina Galica. Nanni Galli. Fred Gamble. Howden Ganley. Giedo van der Garde. Frank Gardner. Billy Garrett. Jo Gartner. Tony Gaze. Olivier Gendebien.
Elmer George. Bob Gerard. Gerino Gerini. Peter Gethin. Piercarlo Ghinzani. Bruno Giacomelli. Dick Gibson. Richie Ginther.
Yves Giraud-Cabantous. Ignazio Giunti. Timo Glock. Helm Glöckler. Paco Godia. Carel Godin de Beaufort.
Christian Goethals. Paul Goldsmith. Aldo Gordini. Horace Gould. Jean-Marc Gounon. Emmanuel de Graffenried. Lucas di Grassi.
Cecil Green. Keith Greene. Masten Gregory. Cliff Griffith. Georges Grignard. Bobby Grim. Olivier Grouillard. Brian Gubby. Roberto Guerrero. Dan Gurney.
Hubert Hahne. Mike Hailwood. Bruce Halford. Jim Hall. Duncan Hamilton. David Hampshire. Sam Hanks.
Walt Hansgen. Mike Harris. Cuth Harrison. Brian Hart. Brendon Hartley. Gene Hartley. Rio Haryanto.
Masahiro Hasemi. Naoki Hattori. Paul Hawkins. Boy Hayje. Willi Heeks. Nick Heidfeld. Theo Helfrich. Mack Hellings. Brian Henton. Johnny Herbert.
Al Herman. Hans Herrmann. Hans Heyer. Peter Hirt. David Hobbs. Gary Hocking. Rhodesia and Nyasaland. Ingo Hoffmann. Bill Holland.
Jackie Holmes. Bill Homeier. Kazuyoshi Hoshino. Jerry Hoyt. Jim Hurtubise. Gus Hutchison. Jacky Ickx.
Yuji Ide. Taki Inoue. Innes Ireland. Eddie Irvine. Chris Irwin. Jean-Pierre Jabouille. Jimmy Jackson. Joe James. John James. Jean-Pierre Jarier.
Max Jean [w]. Stefan Johansson. Eddie Johnson. Leslie Johnson. Bruce Johnstone. Tom Jones. Juan Jover. Oswald Karch. Narain Karthikeyan.
Ukyo Katayama. Ken Kavanagh. Rupert Keegan. Eddie Keizan. Al Keller. Joe Kelly. David Kennedy.
Loris Kessel. Bruce Kessler. Nicolas Kiesa. Leo Kinnunen. Danny Kladis. Hans Klenk. Peter de Klerk. Christian Klien.
Karl Kling. Ernst Klodwig. Kamui Kobayashi. Helmuth Koinigg. Heikki Kovalainen. Mikko Kozarowitzky. Willi Krakau.
Rudolf Krause. Robert Kubica. Kurt Kuhnke. Masami Kuwashima. Robert La Caze. Morocco . Jacques Laffite. Franck Lagorce. Jan Lammers.
Pedro Lamy. Chico Landi. Hermann Lang. Claudio Langes. Nicola Larini. Oscar Larrauri. Jud Larson. Roger Laurent. Giovanni Lavaggi. Chris Lawrence.
Neville Lederle. Geoff Lees. Gijs van Lennep. Arthur Legat. JJ Lehto. Lamberto Leoni. Les Leston. Pierre Levegh. Bayliss Levrett. Jackie Lewis.
Stuart Lewis-Evans. Guy Ligier. Andy Linden. Roberto Lippi. Vitantonio Liuzzi. Dries van der Lof. Lella Lombardi. Ernst Loof.
Henri Louveau. John Love. Pete Lovely. Roger Loyer. Jean Lucas. Jean Lucienbonnet. Erik Lundgren. Brett Lunger. Mike MacDowel. Herbert MacKay-Fraser.
Bill Mackey. Lance Macklin. Damien Magee. Tony Maggs. Mike Magill. Umberto Maglioli. Jan Magnussen. Guy Mairesse.
Willy Mairesse. Pastor Maldonado. Sergio Mantovani. Johnny Mantz. Robert Manzon. Helmut Marko. Tarso Marques. Leslie Marr.
Tony Marsh. Pierluigi Martini. Jochen Mass. Felipe Massa. Cristiano da Matta. Michael May. Timmy Mayer.
Kenneth McAlpine. Perry McCarthy. Ernie McCoy. Johnny McDowell. Jack McGrath. Brian McGuire. Bruce McLaren. Allan McNish. Graham McRae.
Jim McWithey. Carlos Menditeguy. Roberto Merhi. Harry Merkel. Arturo Merzario. Roberto Mieres. John Miles. Ken Miles. Chet Miller. Gerhard Mitter.
Stefano Modena. Thomas Monarch. Franck Montagny. Tiago Monteiro. Andrea Montermini. Peter Monteverdi. Robin Montgomerie-Charrington. Cars with better handling racing against cars with more powerful engines.
Relatively simple cars which relied on high driver input and skill. I look at the constructors championship which is the only time it makes sense.
I have never seen such a dominant car as the Merc now. I wish for the days of Clarke, Senna, Prost etc. They were all a joy to watch!! Somehow we have to get those days back!!
MS is the best because he won titles twice with teams that were not winning teams before he joined them. Benetton that never had won a world title before.
And then Ferrari that had not won the world title in 20 years. AS won his titles with McLaren which was already the world championship team. And then when he got beaten by Williams he went to Williams so he would be driving the best car.
I love Fangio and Clark,but the most complete,fast and warrior of all times,was by far,Ayrton Senna.
This titan died early and had the good or bad luck to compete in a time among the giants Prost,Piquet and Schumacher. Otherwise,he would get 7 or 8 titles.
He proved that only few genious in human race can make a unique talent beat a most powerful opposite car. We can not see it any more on this days. People forget that Jim Clark was a winner in different classes of motor racing e.
Saloon, Grand Prix and Indianapolis motor racing. As far as I am aware no other driver has accomplished or come near his record in racing.
Nobody knows what he would have achieve if he had not raced at Hockenheim. I feel fortunate to have seen Jim Clark at his best.
Senna commissioned a Mexican artist to paint the grid at Monaco with the 20 best drivers ever in F1 with 2 stipulations. Jim Clark had to be on Pole as he was the best of the best.
High praise indeed. Without any doubt whatsoever, Michael Schumacher is the most successful driver to date although Lewis Hamilton is catching up with him.
However, it is unfair to say that Schumacher is the best of all times because many drivers in previous years never had the opportunity to match him due to the lower number of races held.
Records always fall! Each decade has produced an outstanding driver — Juan Manuel Fangio in the s, Jim Clark in the s etc. It is enlightening to say the least!
Usually, people pick those whose exploits they have witnessed such as Senna, Prost etc. Your email address will not be published.
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Fastest Laps By Percentage Rank Driver Races Fast Laps Percent 1 Juan Manuel Fangio 51 23 Percentage of Podium Finishes Rank Driver Races Podiums Percent 1 Juan Manuel Fangio 51 35 In the pre-technological era, he had a special, magic touch that even awed his rivals.
Ayrton senna have few fastest laps so how you consider him fastest? You were probably too young. Have you ever seen Senna on rain?
The best on rain so far! Thanks for the close look. Thanks, Mauricio. That fact makes MS greater the AS to me. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.
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Show HTML View more styles. Moss is the one who took it most seriously. You've got to look after yourself, prepare yourself, not treat it as a pastime — it's a serious business.
I don't think he got any feedback from Caracciola or von Brauchitsch at all. They thought their job was to get in the car, race it, and go and have a party.
I think Dick was serious about pre-season training, and then practising and developing the car. And so was Herman Lang, who had come up as a Mercedes mechanic.
The two of them bonded over that. They both wanted to help Uhlenhaut and [team manager Alfred] Neubauer keep the team absolutely at the top. I think Mercedes valued him from that perspective very much too.
His crowning achievement was victory in the German GP, followed by his controversial salute on the podium; but before his full potential could be realised he was killed at Spa, and a huge wreath from Hitler at his funeral did nothing to help posterity look kindly upon Seaman.
And then of course the war put car racing on hold. Why write the book now? I always thought there's more to this story. Above all, I thought he's somebody who's slipped out of the national memory, undeservedly.
There are obviously reasons for that: he died on the eve of a war in which a lot of young Brits died for a purpose in a different kind of way.The Grand Prix Drivers' Association is the trade union of Formula One drivers. Grand Prix driver (uncredited) Jack Brabham Grand Prix driver (uncredited) John Bryson David, photographer (uncredited) Jim Clark Self (uncredited) Eugenio Dragoni. The first Grand Prix winner was Giuseppe Farina at the British Grand Prix, and the most recent driver to score their first Grand Prix win is Sergio Pérez who took his first win at the Sakhir Grand Prix. Three Grands Prix, the French, the Argentine and the British Grand Prix, were won by two drivers sharing a car. A driver by the name of Jean-Louis Schlesser, making his only F1 start at that season’s Italian Grand Prix, holds the answer. Williams driver Nigel Mansell had contracted chickenpox and was forced to sit out a couple of races in the second half of the season. Grand Prix Driver goes inside the secretive world of Formula 1 by offering never-before-granted access to the inner workings of McLaren. Narrated by Michael Douglas.