I think my earliest memory would be Hungary 97, when Hill nearly won the race, but I think the race that got me properly hooked was Spa 1998. At 6, a crash like the one at the start, or Schumi/Chin is definitely gonna stick in your imagination.
Webber will have strong armed himself into becoming WDC through sheer force of will before retiring to V8 supercars, and maybe Le Mans. Car 0 makes a comeback.
Massa will eventually get pushed out into IndyCar, Barrichello finally has absence of luck at Interlagos to win final Grand Prix.
Alonso to become 3xWDC, maybe starts to lose motivation. Hamilton to gain another title, and Vettel to endure season after frustrating season as pure numbers conspire against him, ends up at Mercedes alongside Rosberg who endures same problem.
Button to gain another title and finishes career at McLaren. di Resta, Hulkenburg emerge as yet more dangerous contenders, but no title as yet is forthcoming.
Schumacher to string together race victories but next title remain beyond his grasp. JR Hilebrandt enters F1 after Indy 500 triumph.
Kubica drags Renault to WCC and earns himself a WDC before leaving for Rallying.
Raikonnen is constaly banded about as returing to F1, eventually leaves for IndyCar and shows them why hes the fastest current racer around.
Frank Williams ultimately saves his team from the brink and by 2015 are resembling the force that they used to be.
Ultimately, there will be so many competitive drivers in more competitive cars (Ferrari, Red Bull, McLaren, Mercedes, Renault (as per FIA naming convention) and Williams at the back end) that too many will have to go without the crown. Like how Mansell, worth multiple WDC’s in the 80s, left the decade with none.