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Who has been best F1 driver of past decade?

So you've told us who you reckon to be the best driver of F1 2010, but who do you rate as the best since the turn of the Millennium? We've listed ten front-runners here - but who deserves the crown..?
We've revealed who you deem to have been the top ten drivers of the F1 2010 World Championship campaign, but to provoke a little extra debate over the festive period, now we want to open it up to find out who you reckon has been the best from the past decade!

We've drawn up a shortlist of ten drivers since the start of the new Millennium including seven world champions – counting no fewer than 15 titles in total – as well as a few wildcards for good measure, and between them, they have tallied more than 200 grand prix victories.

What we ask of you is simply that you rate each of them with a score from one (poor) to ten (excellent) in terms of how you contend they have performed since 2000. Of course, you might feel that there are some deserving candidates that we have omitted, so feel free to give us your thoughts using the comments link below.

And in the meantime, to get casting your votes, CLICK HERE


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AndyC - Unregistered

December 22, 2010 9:02 AM

Suppose results would say it has to be Schumacher, like it or not he was probably the best of the decade although flawed at times. Alonso would be a strong contender but other's such as Hakkinen, Vettel and Hamilton didn't race the whole decade so how can you judge a decade? Raikonnen and Montoya great on their day but had some terrible off form days as well.



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