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Yet Another B* All Time List Of Gp Drivers.

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Alan Henry's top 100 F1 drivers:

The List:

'The Top 100 F1 Drivers of All Time'

100. Brian Redman

99. Jochen Mass

98. Stefan Johansson

97 Piers Courage

96. Trevor Taylor

95. Eugenio Castellotti

94. Jacques Laffite

93. Stuart Lewis-Evans

92. Wolfgang Von Trips

91. Ralf Schumacher

90. Roy Salvadori

89. Mike Hailwood

88. Raymond Sommer

87. Luigi Musso

86. John Watson

85. Jarno Trulli

84. Innes Ireland

83. Tom Pryce

82. Tony Brise

81 Ren

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Moss ahead of Fangio (maybe in sportcar/endurance racing, but in GP racing) is pure blasphemy. errrrrr.giferrrrrr.giferrrrrr.gif

Hill the son, 1 WDC in the best car, better then Hill the father 2 WDCs in not the best car. reddevile.gif

Hakkinen better then Schumacher ?! reddevile.gif

40. Mike Hawthorn ?!?!

The worst WDC in history placed so high. Blashpemy. reddevile.giferrrrrr.gif

Now just a look at this:

33. Rudolf Caracciola

32. Fernando Alonso

31. Nigel Mansell

30. Lewis Hamilton

29. Kimi Raikkonen

28. Keke Rosberg

:wtf::furious::excl:

Rosberg Snr's place is yet again blasphemy. He's placed way to high, while 3 times European GP champion (35, 37, 38) Caracciola (till Schumi the most successful german GP driver) is placed way too low.

Mansell better Alonso ?! errrrrr.gif

What's Hamilton doing on this list ?!

And where are Boilot, Nazarro, Barnini and Antonio Ascari ?!

As opposed to whom Ralph and Trulli ?!

Again blasphemy. :wtf::furious::excl:

27. Dan Guerney

...

23. Guy Moll

...

15. Carlos Reutemann

14. Tony Brooks

13. Chris Amon

WT* ?!

Again WT* ?!

Alberto Ascari ahead of the likes of Fangio, Nuvolari and Rosemeyer ?!

Senna and Prost ahead of Fangio, Nuvolari or Rosemeyer ?!

Even Senna said he would have stoped at 5 WDCs because he simply couldn't consider himself better then Fangio.

This list makes no sense.

Edited by DOF_Renault_BMW

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How can you compare the 30's style of racing to now?

When all you are doing is relying on history books basically...

I just couldn't believe Mark Webber wasn't in the list...

One of the silliest "Top 100" list I have ever read tbh...

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How can you compare the 30's style of racing to now?

When all you are doing is relying on history books basically...

I just couldn't believe Mark Webber wasn't in the list...

One of the silliest "Top 100" list I have ever read tbh...

Mark Webber?

he has'nt even won a race yet.....

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Mark Webber?

he has'nt even won a race yet.....

Wrong!!!! I hear that he's won a couple of cross-countries

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:lol::lol:

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He stayed then, in his world - in the world that is him and the car. Rhythmic and in perfect harmony. About other things, like winning the championship - Kimi could not even begin to think. Not until the end. Not until that piece of wood and cloth that is the flag was waved as he crossed the line. Not until the radio crackled. Not until he saw their faces - the faces of the fans, of the trackside marshals, of the Ferrari guys who were now yelling and jumping and screaming as he drove into the parc ferm

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Most all time lists are silly by definition, but I agree that this one is just too much even for the average all time list.

I would call it "The only 100 names of drivers I know of, in a more or less random order"

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Most all time lists are silly by definition, but I agree that this one is just too much even for the average all time list.

I would call it "The only 100 names of drivers I know of, in a more or less random order"

:roll:

I think no.1 is right, though it has absolutely nothing to do with Moss being my favourite driver :whistling:

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He stayed then, in his world - in the world that is him and the car. Rhythmic and in perfect harmony. About other things, like winning the championship - Kimi could not even begin to think. Not until the end. Not until that piece of wood and cloth that is the flag was waved as he crossed the line. Not until the radio crackled. Not until he saw their faces - the faces of the fans, of the trackside marshals, of the Ferrari guys who were now yelling and jumping and screaming as he drove into the parc ferm

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Come on! Make my day! :ph34r:

Let me first get back to work, b4 Steve reminds us again of bosses counting their losses with employees that's addicted to TF1...

like me haha

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Most all time lists are silly by definition, but I agree that this one is just too much even for the average all time list.

I would call it "The only 100 names of drivers I know of, in a more or less random order"

Spot on :D

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32. Fernando Alonso

31. Nigel Mansell

30. Lewis Hamilton

Let me guess, this was an insert in Mad magazine?

Hilarious, great sense of humour Clown Henry has!!!!!

:roll::roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll:

Just off the record, the real top 5 are:

1. Senna

2. Clark

3. Fangio

4. Schumacher

5. Prost

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Let me guess, this was an insert in Mad magazine?

Hilarious, great sense of humour Clown Henry has!!!!!

:roll::roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll:

Just off the record, the real top 5 are:

1. Senna

2. Clark

3. Fangio

4. Schumacher

5. Prost

sorry Wez, but I just had to steal your thunder...

1. Senna

2. Clark

3. Fangio

4. Schumacher

5. Prost

6. Kimi

7. Alonso (maybe I'm giving a compliment putting this guy so high)

Edited by BradSpeedMan

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Wrong!!!! I hear that he's won a couple of cross-countries

:lol:

As for the list: no comment!

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sorry Wez, but I just had to steal your thunder...

1. Senna

2. Clark

3. Fangio

4. Schumacher

5. Prost

6. Kimi

7. Alonso (maybe I'm giving a compliment putting this guy so high)

I agree that Kimi and Alonso are *very* gifted, Kimi especially but I'm holding out until they've gone a little further before I rate them above drivers like JYS.

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Alan Henry is a very respected F1 Journo, but that list is ridiculous!

Schumacher - 11

Lewis/Kimi above Nando

Most won't take the list seriously and may claim the old man has gone senile

:huh:

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