Top 10 F1 Drivers of the 2010s

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So, here we are. Top 10 F1 Drivers of the 2010s. Pls don't hate me for any choices I made 😉

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25 thoughts on “Top 10 F1 Drivers of the 2010s

  1. Only 3 1/2 years into the 2020s and Max will easily be the best driver this decade if he gets the Lewis treatment and always is at the best car for his whole career he will be the first 8 time champion and have around Carmiltons win total

  2. Best Drivers of the 2010s:
    1. Sir Lewis Hamilton
    2. Sebastian Vettel
    3. Fernando Alonso
    4. Nico Rosberg
    5. Kimi Räikkönen
    6. Max Verstappen
    7. Jenson Button
    8. Mark Webber
    9. Daniel Ricciardo
    10. Charles Leclerc

  3. 1. Lewis Hamilton (Arguably the greatest of his generation. Winning in '14, '15, '17, '18, and '19 and setting the barometer for the next generation of drivers to follow their footsteps).
    2. Sebastian Vettel (My Jordan of F1 please don't disrespect me, I'm a Tifosi and whoever drove the Prancing Horse will always be my favorite so I'm sorry. '10, '11, '12, and '13. Yes he has some questionable decisions made [Multi 2-1 reference], but there is no doubt that if he is not the greatest of the '10s, then definitely he is next to the greatest).
    3. Nico Rosberg (AKA the only driver to beat Lulu in equal machinery. '16 has to be one of the most grueling and nerve wracking seasons in recent memory just because of the battle between Lulu and Nico that shattered The Silver Arrow's roof boiling from the year Lulu joined Merc and got paired with Nico. An absolute risk-taker.).
    4. Daniel Ricciardo (The Honey Badger. The supposed to be "next standard bearer" for the Raging Bulls. He is a definite racer with huge 'Cajones' to do whatever it takes to overtake and win. And in the '23 season, he's back with the Milton Keynes-based team I'm just so happy for him not to leave F1).
    5. Valterri Bottas (The ultimate team player. Racked podiums, wins, and great results for The Silver Arrows' dominance as the greatest constructors of the '10s. If not for him, the battle that Lulu had to endure against the likes of Seb, the departing Kimi, and maybe, just maybe an hungry DannyRic, Lulu might be wondering why this and that. I just love the way he drives, and it makes me sick to my stomach that he has to listen to whoever is on the other line to let Lewis pass by him. Shit!).
    6. Mark Webber (Similar to what happened with Valterri, but on a more hostile situation. He was suppose to be a world champion, but Seb happened. But yes, his 4 years in the '10s with the Raging Bulls were solid, if not fantastic. He did not end his career with a championship on his hand, but he was able to retire the way he liked to. I kinda Miss Mark Webber driving).
    7. Fernando Alonso (This guy was suppose to be Ferrari's biggest winner after Kimi. But for some reason, he didn't deliver and I felt bad about his stint with the Prancing Horses. When he went back to Mclaren, he showed a winning attitude and a pace he can only deliver. It wasn't fantastic and to be proud of, but it was stellar when he scored points for the Woking-based team).
    8. Felipe Massa (During this time, he second fiddled to El Plan during his Ferrari days, and when he was with Williams F1 Team, he kinda mentored the 'young' Valterri Bottas there and actually scored decent amount of points for the team, and actually retired in his own terms at Interlagos in '17. Kinda like the last of those Brazilian Drivers in F1 during the time).
    9. Kimi Raikkonen ("Just leave me alone! I know what to do!" Hahaha! An absolute radio savage! He didn't win that much, but when he did, he is always celebrated. One of the most colorful personalities in F1).
    10. Max Verstappen (The guy who wanted all the smoke against Esteban Ocon back in '18. Winning in his debutant race for the A-Team/RBR is something noteworthy. The anointed "heir to the throne" by the Raging Bull's head honcho Christian Horner. And he surely delivered good when asked).

    We have to give props to the drivers like the departing Jenson Button, the Rubens Barrichello that departed the sport sadly, Sergio Perez, Nico Hulkenberg, the mentoring Michael Schumacher who paved the way for Nico Rosberg at The Silver Arrows, the young Esteban Ocon back at Force India who performed decent at best (Yes, he is the guy Max wanted to go toe-to-toe with), Jules Bianchi (god rest his soul), Carlos Sainz, and the youngins: Charles Leclerc, Lando Norris, Pierre Gasly, Lance Stroll, and George Russell. The list goes in no particular order IMO because I'm a big Seb fan, but we must admit that Lulu dominated the '10s.

  4. I still dont understand how people keep putting Vettel ahead of Alonso if Vettel had more spins in a race than the ammount of races Alonso participated in, and that is a lot

  5. Its a good list but hamilton should be 3 max 2 vettlen1 cus vettle had to fight ti get the 4 dws whereas lewis gets fast car and goes brrrrrr. Oh now he has better stats STATS then the goat Shumi

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