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Old 10-16-2013, 07:12 AM   #1752
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Originally Posted by overlandr View Post
This thread wanders away from the subject of F1 circuit racing so often that its a concern.

On the subject of the whom is the best F1 driver in the very modern era, what more does one need other than the same circuit and car?

No. Driver Time Series Episode Notes
1 Lewis Hamilton 1:42.9 19 4
2 Mark Webber 1:43.1 20 6
3 Sebastian Vettel 1:44.0 17 3
4 Rubens Barrichello 1:44.3 15 3
5 Ben Collins 1:44.4 8 2 The Stig II. (Removed from the board during interview with Vettel.)
6 Nigel Mansell 1:44.6 7 5
7 Lewis Hamilton 1:44.7 10 8 Wet & oily
8 Jenson Button 1:44.7 8 8 Hot
9 Jenson Button 1:44.9 14 5 Wet
10 Perry McCarthy 1:46.0 The Stig I. (Not listed on the board.)
11 Kimi Räikkönen 1:46.1 18 7 Very wet
12 Damon Hill 1:46.3 6 5
13 Mark Webber 1:47.1 6 10 Extremely wet
14 Michael Schumacher DNF 13 1 Got Lost

It says a lot about how sad F1 is that this list could be interesting.

But of course, it is interesting. Even the F1 drivers are interested. As you can see, when you watch them on the show.

It's a bit like world championship wrestling (or whatever title the various TV versions go by these days). If some talk show took the contestants and pitted each of them against a mechanical foe ... whose batteries weren't necessarily recharged for each bout.
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