Dream Team sprint Race

Dream Team sprint Race

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J2daG1990

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1,076 posts

103 months

Tuesday 10th May
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10 Grid spaces, all driving in the same car (lets assume it's a band new manufacturer and they've had FP1, FP2 and FP3, etc to get a feel of the car).

Who do you put on the grid, why and who wins?

Let's also assume the drivers are at their peak age and are at their best in the sport.

Can be anyone from any era.

Go.

LukeSi

5,648 posts

138 months

Tuesday 10th May
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I'm going to go in order of their last championship.

Max Verstappen
Lewis Hamilton
Sebastian Vettel
Kimi Raikkonen
Fernando Alonso
Michael Schumacher
Alain Prost
Ayrton Senna
Niki Lauda
James Hunt

That would a race I'd love to see.

BrettMRC

2,490 posts

137 months

Tuesday 10th May
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LukeSi said:
I'm going to go in order of their last championship.

Max Verstappen
Lewis Hamilton
Sebastian Vettel
Kimi Raikkonen
Fernando Alonso
Michael Schumacher
Alain Prost
Ayrton Senna
Niki Lauda
James Hunt

That would a race I'd love to see.
You should mix it up a bit and swap someone in favour of Maldonado or Katayama hehe

LukeSi

5,648 posts

138 months

Tuesday 10th May
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BrettMRC said:
You should mix it up a bit and swap someone in favour of Maldonado or Katayama hehe
haha Mazepin idealaugh

Can I have 11 and add Kobayashi. Just because every other video on my youtube feed has been of him recently.

BrettMRC

2,490 posts

137 months

Tuesday 10th May
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Yes! biggrin

freedman

4,561 posts

184 months

Tuesday 10th May
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Ronnie Peterson
Jacky Ickx
Ayrton Senna
Stefan Bellof
Manfred Winkelhock
Pedro Rodriguez
Jo Siffert
Jim Clark
Mark Donohue
Carlos Reutemann

entropy

4,604 posts

180 months

Tuesday 10th May
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Nigel Mansell
Ayrton Senna
Gilles Villeneuve
Ronnie Peterson
Stefan Bellof
Tazio Nuvolari
Giuseppe Farina
Michael Schumacher
Lewis Hamilton
Max Verstappen

For the purity and aggression as most of the drivers listed don't know when to give in. More of a case of last man standing.

J2daG1990

Original Poster:

1,076 posts

103 months

Wednesday 11th May
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LukeSi said:
I'm going to go in order of their last championship.

Max Verstappen
Lewis Hamilton
Sebastian Vettel
Kimi Raikkonen
Fernando Alonso
Michael Schumacher
Alain Prost
Ayrton Senna
Niki Lauda
James Hunt

That would a race I'd love to see.
Would be epic! Although I'd like to see a few young guns in there to see how they fair against world champions.

Aids0G

336 posts

126 months

Wednesday 11th May
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J2daG1990 said:
LukeSi said:
I'm going to go in order of their last championship.

Max Verstappen
Lewis Hamilton
Sebastian Vettel
Kimi Raikkonen
Fernando Alonso
Michael Schumacher
Alain Prost
Ayrton Senna
Niki Lauda
James Hunt

That would a race I'd love to see.
Would be epic! Although I'd like to see a few young guns in there to see how they fair against world champions.
Can we have them racing in a set of Caterham 310r's ?

For who's going to win over a 30 lap race of lets say Silverstone its any of them really, forced to pick a winner its hard to look past Max on pure speed but you can imagine an almighty accident with him and Senna at the front!

I do wish at least once a year they took all the current F1 grid put them in identical road cars (GR86's or something), 3 lap qualifying then a 15 lap race would be great to watch!




LukeBrown66

2,244 posts

23 months

Wednesday 11th May
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Bellof
Senna
Villeneuve
Prost
Mansell
Clark (likely winner)
Alonso
Ronnie
JYS
Ascari

Muzzer79

6,367 posts

164 months

Wednesday 11th May
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Mansell
Hamilton
Senna
Schumacher
Clark
G Villeneuve
Prost
Lauda
Fangio
Moss

No idea who would win - impossible to say - but it would sure as hell be a good race.

mycool

240 posts

179 months

Thursday 12th May
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Aids0G said:
I do wish at least once a year they took all the current F1 grid put them in identical road cars (GR86's or something), 3 lap qualifying then a 15 lap race would be great to watch!
They never will as there is a real danger that this race would be better than the GP itself.
However if they ever did having a different low powered racecar each round and a special championship for it would be amazing. Get to really see who can jump in anything and be fast. Should be a mix of fwd, rwd, 4wd and engine types from lightweight racers like caterhams, radicals, to touring cars, clios, minis etc to classics.

DavidY

4,409 posts

261 months

Thursday 12th May
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mycool said:
Aids0G said:
I do wish at least once a year they took all the current F1 grid put them in identical road cars (GR86's or something), 3 lap qualifying then a 15 lap race would be great to watch!
They never will as there is a real danger that this race would be better than the GP itself.
However if they ever did having a different low powered racecar each round and a special championship for it would be amazing. Get to really see who can jump in anything and be fast. Should be a mix of fwd, rwd, 4wd and engine types from lightweight racers like caterhams, radicals, to touring cars, clios, minis etc to classics.
Back to the BMW M1 ProCar days.......

Sheetmaself

5,208 posts

175 months

Sunday 15th May
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Me
Ayrton Senna
Michael Schumacher
Mario Andretti
Lewis Hamilton
George Russell
Max Verstappen
Eddie Irvine (well he will either be proved right or wanting)
Nigel Mansell
Stirling Moss
Gilles Villenueve

I know that’s 11 but I’m likely to stall it on the grid!