1. Sebastian Vettel
3rd championship in row and such young age. Respect.
2. Kimi Räikkönen.
Unmotivated driver came to show up himself to people he has lost the plot and is embarrasing moving chicane with backmarkers. He failed with that.
3. Lewis Hamilton.
Very quick but also unfortunate. Due lot of mechanical faults and few pitstop screw ups lost most likely his 2nd championship.
4. Jenson Button.
Season was roller coaster for him as performance, but when all went well, he was unstoppable.
5. Mark Webber.
Was under shadow of his teammate, but also won 2 GPs.
6. Nico Rosberg.
Car was overall bug, but hey...GP win
7. Felipe Massa.
Second fiddle player. Got himself together at end of season and drove well though had to get sacrified for team mate's intres.
8. Sergio Perez.
Middle of seaon his race speed was phenomenal. After securing McLaren seat for next season he did show some major screw ups. Hopefully all goes well at McLaren!
9. Roman Grosjean.
Though few years back he was promoted to F1 but found himself unemployed after season I count him a rookie. Lot of rookie errors, but when he drove flawlessly, he was very quick. If he keeps Lotus seat for 2013, he should mature: be both fast and not do errors.
10. Pastor Maldonado.
Pileup maestro too. I include him into list only due he won one GP with Williams and car was supposed to be underdog. F1 grid's most expensive pay driver after Fernando Alonso.
Edited by The Kanisteri, 11 December 2012 - 12:43.