Which driver pairings would you want to see as team mates?

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    Vettel – Raikkonen
    Vettel – Hamilton
    Raikkonen – Hamilton



    Maldonado – Montoya.

    That would be an explosive pairing.


    Max Jacobson

    Definitely Vettel-Hamilton for me. Arguably the two fastest guys over one lap and two of the top 3 drivers in the sport, but with very different personal dynamics. That’d be great!



    Vettel and Vettel in one of the Red Bulls


    Iestyn Davies

    From the current grid:

    Vettel-Raikkonen (see if Seb is nice when close to being beaten – I suspect more Malaysia type clashes)
    Hamilton-Alonso (Rematch at McLaren!)
    Webber-Rosberg (Williams rematch)
    Massa-Grosjean (mistake fest)
    Button-Di Resta (Next-best of British)
    Hulkenberg-Perez (upcoming vs. upcoming)
    Maldonado-Sutil (sponsorfest, could get heated)
    Ricciardo-Vergne (until decisive)
    Bianchi-Bottas (which is better)
    Gutierrez-Pic/Wickens (who can develop)
    VDG-Chilton (which is worse)
    Kovalainen-Kobayashi/Alguersuari (best of current ex-F1)
    Senna-Petrov (still to develop, still to get sponsors)
    Valsecchi-Razia (GP2 repeat)

    Honourable mentions:
    Perez-Gutierrez (Mexico team)
    Maldonado-Grosjean (crashfest)
    Webber-Massa (number 2 driver fest)
    Kovalainen-Senna (Caterham mooted)
    Bird-Calado (GP2 best of British)
    Nasr-Frijns/Evans (GP2 future team)
    Bianchi-Marciello (future Ferrari superteam)
    Wickens-Vietoris (Mercedes Junior team aka Toro Rosso)
    Bird-Juncadella (second junior team!)
    Kovalainen-Rossi (Caterham test driver team)
    Wickens-Alguersuari (best ex-RB junior team)




    Wickens-Alguersuari (best ex-RB junior team)

    Wickens-Bortolotti would be better, I think..

    Ricciardo-Vergne (until decisive)




    To this day, I’m very disappointed that we never got to see Rosberg vs Kubica. I think that could’ve been an awesome inter teammate battle, and it’s a tragedy that we never witnessed it.



    For me, Alonso vs Kubica is the one realistic line-up that I am disappointed to never have seen. It was a possibility for 2012 onwards I’d say, before Kubica’s accident. They were friends off the track, but I wonder how they would’ve got on if Kubica was frequently challenging and sometimes beating him. It could’ve been another explosive pairing. They would’ve collected so many points for Ferrari.

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