Senna, on Nov 19 2005, 01:31 PM, said:
Because Michael Schumacher dominated those years (minus 2003 which he still won) you thus conclude that they are the best years of F1 that you have seen. Even considering your status as a Schumacher fan that is inherently absurd.
If you have not seen F1 before 2000 I could accept your verdict but 2002 and 2004 were the most boring seasons for quite some time. There was no competition.
I remember seeing occasional races before 2000, like I remember seeing Jerez 97 vaguely and I remember taping Suzuka 98 and watching it before school started, and I remember a little bit of 1999 season and I did watch a lot of 2000, albeit not remembering doing so that well, but in all actuality, think of this:
2002 had 3 different teams win, Ferrari, Williams, and McLaren.
2004 had four, Ferrari, Williams, McLaren, and Renault.
2000, with all its excitement, had only two teams win, Ferrari and McLaren, while in 1999, we had Ferrari, McLaren, Jordan, and Stewart winning.
2000 actually was a boring season in terms of diversity of winning.
That being said, 1987-1991 were full of action, so of all time I think those are the best, but having only seen 2000-2004, y'know, all that.