Originally Posted by lonwolf615
Clark had the best car at the time. I guess you could say Schumacher had the same advantage most years but still his domination was so great its hard to argue he's #1. I'd move Fangio up to #2 though...And then there's...
It's tough to rank these guys.
MS gets my vote because the numbers are just too
overwhelming, everyone below him just can't match this (in spite of everything else).
When I was at the age when cars were all a boy could think about and all my friends were getting excited about the guys driving in circles real fast I somehow heard about this british driver who'd been retired for about 10 years.Reading his exploits made him my childhood hero so that road racing was the only thing for me and I had no interest in Indy or Nascar...
I have never have had any interest in watching "cars drive around the inside of a soup bowl (per David Hobbs
F1 and ALMS (in spite of the crappy job ESPN has been doing) is all I really need.
If you get a chance to see an ALMS race, I strongly recommend it....it's great fun to watch the various classes of cars going at it.
All the cars look and sound different....a car guy's wet dream.
Many cars look
like street cars the public can buy from their local dealers.
It's a kick to root for a Corvette or Porsche or whatever when a guy has one or hopes to.
be going to the NJ race next year.
Would love to do Austin this year, but I don't have much confidence in the event's organizers regarding logistics.
There is a good chance it could become a < enjoyable experience for fans.