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    Kimi Raikkonen, Michael Schumacher, Nigel Mansell? Drivers to come out of retirement?

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    @tom-l you got it!

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    Afraid not! Here’s a little clue… Hamilton achieved this last year.

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    Thanks! Running out of ideas now….

    Nigel Mansell
    Ayrton Senna
    Felipe Massa
    Lewis Hamilton

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    French drivers who won a race for Ligier?

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    3 Dutch flags? Is that South Africa? Did they all win the South African GP?

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    @davidnotcoulthard you got it with the second one! They all signed off their careers with a 2nd place finish.

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    Okay, next one…

    Mike Hawthorn
    Alain Prost
    Mark Webber
    Nico Rosberg

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    I’ve been scouring their Wiki pages trying to find a connection and have noticed one unusual similarity – is it that they were all disqualified from 2 races in the same year?

    Mansell – ’89
    Schumacher – ’94
    Montoya – ’04
    Sato – ’05

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    Not quite F1, but Colton Herta (son of IndyCar race winner and current team owner Bryan) will be 18 next year and is doing well in European junior formulas.

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    1999 is a good watch. Chaos from the start – plus that mad restart when Hakkinen couldn’t get going.

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    @brickles too easy! I’ll give you that, they were all stripped of race victories in those seasons, although Schumacher was DQ’d because of a technical infraction (too much wear on the plank in Belgium), unless there was another incident I’m forgetting about…

    Anyway, your turn!

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    Cheers! Here’s one for
    you! What links:

    James Hunt in 1976
    Ayrton Senna in 1989
    Michael Schumacher in 1994
    Lewis Hamilton in 2008

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    Drivers who failed to win a race in a season when their teammate won the championship?

    2001 – Barrichello
    1990 – Berger
    2013 – Webber
    1986 – Keke Rosberg

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    I absolutely loathe the Daily Mail and fully agree with Wikipedia’s stance — but I personally have no problem with it being on the round-up. The sources are very clearly cited (which isn’t always the case on Wikipedia), and it’s not like F1 Fanatic is asserting what appears in the round-up as fact. Most of us know what sources we should treat with caution, anyway. Most of all, I just find it interesting to see what the mainstream media talk about when they talk about F1, even if it is nonsense.

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