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A fair amount is said about how well, from the outside at least, the partnership between the current McLaren drivers Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton seems to work. How both drivers appear to respect each other on and off the track. Without wanting to get into a specific discussion of whether this is true or not, I ask – who have, despite the competitive aspect and pressure a team mate adds, been among the most compatible team mates throughout the history of F1?
Senna and Berger possibly? I heard those two got on really well and brought the best out of each other off the track as well as on it.
From recent times, also Schumacher and Massa, and probably Hill and Coulthard.
A historic one- Hill and Clark.
Alesi and Berger
Hakkinen and Coulthard
Stewart and Cevert
Fangio & Moss
Hawthorn & Collins (Mon Ami Mate)
Moss & Brooks
Brabham & Hume
Alonso seemed to be very good friends with Trulli and Fisichella.
Webber and Coulthard. They seemed to get along quite well.
Senna and Chandhok seemed pretty easy around each other last year.
Senna and Chandhok,
Brundle and Blundell
I know this isn’t actually a pairing, but I think in the future if Kubica was to move to Ferrari (after his comeback of course :P) then I can see him and Alonso getting on very well. I imagine with those two Ferrari would be very very strong indeed :D
I don’t think Button and Hamilton are actually good friends.
Senna and Berger was also the first that I thought of. Of the current grid, I’m not really sure.
ALONSO AND HAMILTON.
hahahahah joking, id say hakkinen and coulthard
Also, Scheckter and Villeneuve.
Kovalianen and Hamilton perhaps? I think they still play golf and hang around together pre-race weekend? Perhaps Stewart and Hill Snr?
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