The criteria is for a circuit to have 30 GPs or more, and Lewis has won at all of them. So has Schumacher.
It is a valid criteria, but I think there are other circuits that now deserve classic cult status. Namely, Interlagos and Suzuka (Hungaroring and Albert Park deserve consideration).
Both have decided WDCs and seen incredible racing. Interlagos goes back to the 70s and the very first turbo beasts. It was out for a while in the 80s and returned in a very different shape. But it has grown into one of the hot spots of the calendar from Senna's 91 triumph throuh all the wet/wild races and title deciders. Suzuka came much later, but it is one of the most loved circuits and has seen a lot from Senna x Prost all the way through Hakkinen's titles, Schumacher getting it done in huge style in 2000, the madness of 2005 and now Vettel.
So, IMO, my list of classic circuits currently on the calendar would be another.
Not to mention neither these versions of the Nurburgring or Hockenheim are classical. They were just built next to or right over the classics.
What do you guys think? Which are the current classic circuits?
My list is, in no particular order:
Silverstone (even though I dislike the changes it has suffered for a while),
And I'd have to give some thought to:
Edited by Atreiu, 10 September 2012 - 16:33.