Ayrton Senna has been voted the Formula 1 Champion of Champions.
The full statistics from the Champion of Champions series.
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Cast your vote in the second Champion of Champions semi-final.
Two drivers who, between them, won one in six of all F1 championship races.
Ayrton Senna and Jack Brabham both won three championships but had very different careers.
Juan Manuel Fangio and Jackie Stewart are the third pairing in the Champion of Champions quarter-finals.
There was only half a point between them in 1984, but which was the best champion?
By the end of this season Schumacher will have started four times as many races as Clark.
Jack Brabham and Lewis Hamilton both won the championship in their second full F1 seasons.
Ayrton Senna knocked out Damon Hill in round one – now he’s matched with Graham Hill.
R?â?ñikk?â?Ânen and Stewart did a lot of winning during their nine-year stints in F1.
Two multiple champions from South America meet in Champion of Champions round two.
Only three drivers have won more than one world championship for Ferrari – and here’s two of them.
Two drivers who had long and successful careers with McLaren meet in Champion of Champions.
These two British champions raced decades apart but there are similarities between them.
The 2006 title contenders face each other in round two of Champion of Champions.
They became team mates at McLaren last year – but their F1 careers have been very different.
Which of these champions of the sixties should progress a stage in Champion of Champions?
Graham Hill and Jochen Rindt were team mates at Lotus in the late sixties.