Doesn’t matter if they’re from the past, the present, or from lower series.* Write which two drivers would make interesting teammates and explain why.
I’ll start with Button and Maldonado – just for their completely different styles of racing.
And Ricciardo and di Resta – would be interesting to have two completely different characters in a team.
Over to you.
*As long as they’re racing drivers – don’t write two completely random people, like Napoleon and Aksel Lund Svindal.
Kimi Räikkönen and Mika Häkkinen. The least conversational team in history.
We already have a thread called “Which driver pairings would you want to see as teammates?”. I can’t find it though! Google doesn’t seem to index the forums, and this website’s own search function isn’t working.
That thread might have been in the F1 section though. @enigma – were you thinking of drivers from all motor sports when you posted this in the Off Topic section?
Αlonso vs Hamilton
Schumacher vs Senna
I’ve always wondered about a Prost-Alonso team: two drivers who really think whilst driving.
@estesark Couldn’t remember such topic.
And not really sure – can be from other series as well. I just put it in Off Topic as it isn’t really a serious F1 topic.
Valentino Rossi – Max Biaggi
Takuma Sato and Pastor Maldonardo, would be a pretty good kamikaze team. But maybe Sato has become slightly too old and slightly more cautious. In which case Grosjean would be more then adequate as a replacement.
Would work well (from Red Bull’s perspective at least) at Torro Rosso, if they can avoid the Red Bull cars of cause.
Any driver of any era regardless in their prime?
Fernando Alonso and Alain Prost.
James Hunt and Kimi Raikkonen.
Mika Hakkinen and Lewis Hamilton.
Jim Clark and Ayrton Senna.
Michael Schumacher and Juan Manuel Fangio.
Alberto Ascari and Sebastian Vettel in.
Nigel Mansell and Juan Pablo Montoya.
Jenson Button and Nelson Piquet.
Gilles Villeneuve and Keke Rosberg.
Graham Hill and Jackie Stewart.
Robert Kubica and Nico Rosberg.
Niki Lauda and Sir Stirling Moss.
Jackie Stewart and Lewis Hamilton.
I’d love to see the calming effect and mentoring of Stewart on Hamilton, it would be fascinating to watch.
But maybe Sato has become slightly too old and slightly more cautious.
Watch one Indycar race and you’ll be sure that’s not true :)
Button and Kovalainen. The most harmonic team ever.
Sato and Kobayashi. Who wouldn’t love such an all-Japanese team?
Grosjean and Maldonado. THE Armageddon.
You must be logged in to reply to this topic.