Concluding the mid-season driver rankings, here are the top five F1 drivers of 2015 so far.
Fernando Alonso, Nico Rosberg and Max Verstappen feature in part two of the mid-season 2015 driver rankings.
In the ten years since the F1 Fanatic Driver Rankings began there’s probably never been a trickier season to place the competitors in order.
Ricciardo consistently qualified strongly, raced even better, and made very few mistakes. And he emphatically beat his four-times world champion team mate.
It’s doubtful Fernando Alonso could have done much better in a car which was rarely capable of reaching the podium, let alone winning races.
Did the right man win the championship? Absolutely. But Lewis Hamilton only comes in third place in this year’s driver rankings.
Valtteri Bottas finished fourth in the championship following an outstanding second year in the Williams.
Here’s why championship runner-up Nico Rosberg takes the fifth spot in the end-of-season rankings.
Who’s in the bottom half of the top ten drivers of 2014? Find out here.
As we continue to count down the F1 Fanatic Driver Rankings for 2015, here are the five drivers just outside the top ten.
The F1 Fanatic Driver Rankings are being published for the tenth time in 2014. Part one covers the first seven drivers.
Concluding the mid-season driver rankings, here are the top five racers of the year so far.
The second part of the mid-season driver rankings includes the seven drivers who are just outside the top five.
The F1 Fanatic Driver Rankings are being produced for the tenth time this year, and as usual they began with a review of how the field has fared at the mid-season point.
In 2013 the best car also had the best driver in it: Here’s why Sebastian Vettel is F1 Fanatic’s Driver of the Year.
In the first five races Fernando Alonso beat Sebastian Vettel three times. It seemed he had a chance to win a third title but it wasn’t to be.
Kimi Raikkonen and Lotus kick-started their 2013 campaign with victory. But they never recaptured that high and Raikkonen left before the end of the year.
Life in the midfield is tough but Nico Hulkenberg has consistently risen above its frustrations to prove he is worthy of a front-running car.
Having switched teams for the first time in his F1 career Lewis Hamilton never seemed to get comfortable in the W04, yet he won once and scored consistently.
The F1 Fanatic driver rankings continue with part three.