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The Legends of Formula 1

Last Updated: January 24, 2014

The Legends of Formula 1;

1. Alian Pros
Alian Prost is the first Formula One driver of the 1958 and no other driver did better than until Prost won his fourth title in 1993.Prost will always be mentioned together due to their inextricably linked careers and unending ability to produce blinding qualifying laps, so he is considered to be Four Time World champion due to extremely smooth, conserving his tires and brakes early on in races.
Senna is the one of greatest enigmas in sporting world and romantic hero of Formula One due to his driving style. Senna is famous for his no-holds- barred rivalry and committed to winning every time he sat behind the wheel. He is arguably the most dedicated racing driver of the time and is fiercely competitive when racing. He won the Three Time World championships in the history.
Michael is best formula one driver in history and known as the only Seven Time World driver’s Champion in the formula one.Micheal is not only dominated hero at that time but also reinvigorate a flagging Scuderia Ferrari to their first driver and constructor ‘s championships in more than 15 years.
Fangio is considered as an oldest true legend of Formula One and dominating the first decade of F1.He won 5 F1 World Championships and competed other great legends like Alberto.Fangio is arguably the greatest race driver, won 24 races and recorded 5 World titles. He is also regarded for being the ultimate gentleman, and also for his longevity.
Stewart is the one of few three time winner of the Formula One World Championship, but one of the most respected driver in history due to his campaign to increase safety measures for racing drivers. He introduced measures such as seat belt in modern era and won his titles with BRM and Tyrell, but won widespread and belated acclaim for his tireless efforts to increase driver safety.
Jim Clark is one of the most highly regarded racing drivers in history. He considers the most naturally talented and quickest driver in F1 history. Clark introduces revolutionary and aerodynamic cars and served up some of the very best drivers of racing. The achievement scale of Clark is far beyond the statistics of 33 pole positionsand25race victories.
Lauda is first emerged as a world beater in the days at British Racing Motors (BRM) and he returned to F1 to fund his airline company and joined McLaren. He became the first and only Austrian driver to win the Austrian Grand Prix after winning his title in 1984. He won the third title after 7 years of his second one due to his heroic nature.
Gilles is often considered as a one of the fastest drivers of all time without having won the World Championship. Due to his natural talent and breath taking driving style endeared him to fans and his talent came in the final race of the 1979 season. He won the rain-impaired race by over 48 second after confined to the second spot in the World Championship.
Lewis is the first black driver to start a F1 race and he was nurtured and educated in the McLaren Youth Driver Support Program, and made a sensational debut for them in the 2007 season. He is often described as the fastest current Formula One driver than Vettel and after his first race victory; he became the first Brit to win a race in a Mercedes factory car.
Mansell is the most successful British driver by race wins. And the most sixth most successful F1 driver in terms of the race wins and is the only in the top 10 to have won only one world title. He is the only racer who simultaneously holds Formula One and Indy Car titles. He set a several records with the William’s car which is considered among the best F1 cars of the time and winning the title with the most races left.