So, do you then also include Jacques Villeneuve automatically in the top 20 because of his 1996 season?
I've got you Bunk - the comparison between Villeneuve and Hamilton is correct. To say lewis belongs in the top 20 just because of his first season is really funny. He showed his class, collected more points than Alonso. But he didn't win the championship, worked since his childhood with McLaren, had 1000 of pre-kilometers. He doesn't really fit in the normal rookie-model. Why should he be in the top 20 because of one good season? When people place him in the top 20 after his championship and great races he had, I can live with that, because we have a good basis to discuss about his position, but only because of 2007 - common guys. Next time check the other names between 15-20 - mostly multiple world champions
Edited by 1Devil1, 05 June 2012 - 23:17.