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Richard - Who in their right mind wouldn't call Clark a great. He stayed with Lotus his whole career but didn't have the best car in all of those. He won races in dogs of cars and is known to be able to drive the wheels off dog cars where others struggled. He raced and won in other categories while in F1 aswell, like the Indy 500.
When he died he had the record for most poles and wins and STILL has the record for most Grand Chelems, which makes him the most dominating driver in history. 63 Belguim he won by nearly 5 mins, 67 Italy he was a lap down and still won. So yeah I put Clark on top step with Senna. So what if Seb pulled off 2 pretty good races, I'm still waiting for "epic" drives where he wins them and they go in the History books. Basically when you look at what the greatest drivers have done, it's hard to be impressed by just pretty good drives !!!
Seb still is no Schumi, not from 2 overdue races. I'm
not sure about the reminiscing bit, he's got alot to do and plenty of time