Back in the day that would have been a discription of Schumacher but his attitude towards others has changed massively or at least the way he is presenting it (I always found him likeable).
Button is a really nice bloke as is Webber but if you press his Buttons (word play .. blammo..) he can get really mean. The same could be said about Rosberg. DiResta is quite quiet which could seem rude to some. Havent seen awefully much of many other drivers but most of the time they seem nice. Petrov is a bit weird but a good sportsman. Sutil is genuinely weird, at least thats how he appears when I see him in german media.
So who is left? Hamilton is a friendly person but he seems a likely candidate. He is often very quick at blaming others, even his own team (even in the media, which I could barely accept if I was his boss) and appears to be quite moody. Also in many interviews he gave me the impression that he thinks of himself as the greatest driver to date (sure many drivers do, but they usually communicate it as one of the best in the field).
Alonso often seems quite arrogant but it seems thats mostly the way he handles the pressure and media attention, not his personality. The last one I could think of is Barrichello. As Schumacher once put it, there are drivers and then there is Rubens. He seems to be whining a lot, doesn’t often admit to own mistakes and occasionaly talks badly about others (especially his longtime teammate) and seems to believe he was good enough to be world champion. But putting those things aside he sometimes seems very friendly.
So my guess is he meant one of the following: old (or bad mooded) Schumacher, Hamilton, Alonso or Barrichello.
PS: If you talk to a driver in the wrong moment all of them can be rude, mean, arrogant or thelike because all of them have big egos because without that and tons of self confidence they couldn’t do what they do, especially those who operate on the very edge competing for wins and championships.