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Best Drivers of All Time

The team ranks the top 10 Formula One drivers of all time. They have marked the trajectory for the sides and are many parameters to observe to name the best pilots, as the complete ones. This top 10 was based on the number of points earned by each driver during his career, were to be anywhere on the podium, receives scores. It is also interesting to note the balance of forces between several decades of Formula One.

  1. Michael Schumacher among the best German driver Schumacher debuted at the Belgian Grand Prix in 1991 and finished his F1 career at the 2012 Brazilian Grand Prix. There are seven incredible titles won, in 1994, 1995, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 and finally, in 2004. The pilot changed the parameters of the F1 in its first pass. Schumacher was a central character in the two-team evolution process, with support from Benetton, and Ferrari’s restructuring. He joined Team Jordan, Ferrari, Benetton, and Mercedes.
  2. Juan Manuel Fangio one of the most excellent pilots the vice-leader in the selection of the top 10 F1 drivers of all time is Argentine and debuted at the Grand Prix of Great Britain in 1950, ending his career at the French Grand Prix in 1958.
  3. Ayrton Senna, the second-best driver in the history of Brazil and idol. Ayrton Senna da Silva died at the age of 34 in 1994. The driver won 3 titles in 1988, 1990 and 1991, and has been idolized to date, with a mark in F1 history. For the ten years of his career, the pilot impressed the globe for the speed and fighting spirit. Ayrton’s premature death, which saddened the world at the age of 34, occurred at the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix.
  4. Alain Prost among the best formula One drivers the French driver started his career at the 1980 Argentine Grand Prix, finishing at the 1993 Australian Grand Prix. He participated in the Renault, McLaren, Williams, and Ferrari teams, with four winning titles in 1985, 1986, 1989 and last in 1993. The main features of Prost are efficiency and intelligence, with the nickname of teacher, by the brain way in which he flew. The highlight points to his accuracy on the track and political profile out of it, and constancy as a pilot.
  5. Jim Clark among the top formula One drivers the Scottish driver died at the age of 32 in 1968. It debuted at the Dutch Grand Prix in 1960, finishing its career at the South African Grand Prix in 1968. Jim joined Lotus and won two titles in 1963 and 1965. Known for his timid and reclusive behavior, he was successful as the best pilot of his generation, with great talent. His career was interrupted prematurely, and he died in an accident at the F2 event in Hockenheim.
  6. Jackie Stewart among the most significant Formula One drivers of all time Sir John Young Stewart, British, debuted at the South African Grand Prix in 1965, ending in the United States Grand Prix in 1973. Jackie participated in Matra, Tyrrell, and BRM teams, with three titles earned in 1969, 1971 and 1973. He was a three-time world champion from the 1960s to the 1970s and is considered to be a great driver of all time. The peculiar characteristic of the pilot is the dominant way of winning the three titles. And Jackie was one of the pioneers in the fight to improve safety in Formula One, in the face of fatal accidents.
  7. Niki Lauda one of the most significant Formula One drivers in history Austrian Niki Lauda debuted at the Austrian Grand Prix in 1971, and finished in Formula One at the Australian Grand Prix in 1985; participated in incredible teams such as Ferrari, March, BRM, Brabham and McLaren, winning 3 titles in 1975, 1977 and 1984. It is interesting to notice the significant gap between Niki’s first conquest in 1975 and the last one in 1984. After a severe accident in 1976 at the German Grand Prix, he lost the win to James Hunt.
  8. Sebastian Vettel Young Promise of formula One this incredible German driver debuted in the 2007 U.S. Grand Prix and joined relevant teams BMW, Red Bull, and Toro Rosso. There are already four titles won, in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013. He is known as intelligent and, although very young, collect significant achievements, being a disciple of Michael Schumacher.
  9. Nelson Piquet was one of the most significant drivers in the history of the Brazilian team Nelson Piquet debuted at the German Grand Prix in 1978, finishing his career in Formula One in 1991 at the Australian Grand Prix. Piquet participated in BS Fabrications, Ensign, Williams, Brabham, Benetton and Lotus teams, with three titles earned in 1981, 1983 and 1987. He is known as the last representative of the so-called Romantic era and for impressive technical and mechanical knowledge. The pilot was essential for Brabham’s final moments of glory, and the first with title achievement through the turbo propeller in 1983.
  10. Fernando Alonso one of the best formula One driver the Spanish driver Fernando Alonso debuted at the Australian Grand Prix in 2001 and integrated teams Renault, Minardi, Ferrari, and McLaren, and won two Formula One title in 2005 and 2006. Fernando excelled in intelligence and exceptional talent, and was Michael Schumacher’s immediate successor, but faced two impressive challengers, Sebastian Vettel, and Lewis Hamilton.