The TOP 10 Formula One drivers of the 1960s

16.04.2020
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There is a constant debate over who the greatest Formula 1 driver of all time is. It's an endless argument which really can't be settled. Instead, we pose the question "Who were the best drivers of the decade?". In the second episode of this new series, we find out who the best drivers of each decade were, starting with the 1960s.
Thanks to Mike from F1 Fanatics for joining on this episode!
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Kommentteja
  • Should've put "learn to take a yoke" instead of joke 0/99 ign

    John Johnson XdJohn Johnson Xd23 tuntia sitten
  • Santiago Brabham Australian?

    Diego OCDiego OC3 päivää sitten
  • Is this series canceled?

    Dashy Dog F1 MemerDashy Dog F1 Memer4 päivää sitten
  • Good no one mentioned le mans 66 God that race angers me to sh*t

    Sheevey Boi palpatineSheevey Boi palpatine26 päivää sitten
  • Kiwi pronounces Surtees exactly how I have heard every single person in my life pronounce the name. British guy decides to pronounce it totally differently.

    CapHowdyCapHowdyUukausi sitten
  • I know it's an older video, but does anyone else think it's a crime that Turn 1 at COTA isn't named PHIL HILL?

    Daniel HendersonDaniel HendersonUukausi sitten
  • We need the 70s part

    ADi SKYLiNEADi SKYLiNEUukausi sitten
  • Would be great to see more of this series!

    Guido PetruoloGuido PetruoloUukausi sitten
  • We also have to look at with Jim Clark is 1963 performance at the Spa where it was pouring rain at old Spa which was probably the most dangerous track on earth aside from the Nürburgring he lapped the entire field apart from second place with a car that had its gearbox start to go wonky throughout the race and he still won by almost 5 minutes I’m sorry no one can top that

    The MurphThe MurphUukausi sitten
  • why is Jack Brabham in the 10 best of 1950's and 60's and not just honorable mention like Moss.

    chuala428chuala428Uukausi sitten
    • Donno

      Dashy Dog F1 MemerDashy Dog F1 Memer4 päivää sitten
  • I would also like to see a video about previous f1 circuits that no longer hold a Grand Prix like Mosport, Nürburgring Nordschleife, Fuji Speedway, etc.

    Griffin’s ThunderGriffin’s Thunder2 kuukautta sitten
  • Do a top 10 best drivers of the 1970s and 80s

    Griffin’s ThunderGriffin’s Thunder2 kuukautta sitten
  • #1 Driver Ever - Jim Clark. During his F1 career, he would still race in other types of motor races around the world each year, winning those races also. His pole and win percentage, in anything with 4 wheels, in any kind of racing, puts him head and shoulders ahead of everybody.

    stuart smithstuart smith3 kuukautta sitten
  • Mr. Eyebrows and Mr. Ego is Fernando Alonso

    leah Johnstonleah Johnston3 kuukautta sitten
  • My top ten of the 60's ; Jim Clark, Jim Clark, Jim Clark, Jim Clark, Jim Clark, Jim Clark, Jim Clark, Jim Clark, Jim Clark and Jim Clark,

    Four utubezFour utubez4 kuukautta sitten
    • You forgot Jim Clark

      ChocoxChocox3 kuukautta sitten
  • Should've used the Kingdom of Italy flag since Andretti was born in modern day Croatia.

    Matt PorterMatt Porter4 kuukautta sitten
  • I consider this era the best In terms of the skill of the drivers

    Paulo Lúcio Machado de BritoPaulo Lúcio Machado de Brito4 kuukautta sitten
  • Jim Clark basically is responsible for the death of Wolfgang von trips

    Jimmy JohnJimmy John4 kuukautta sitten
  • I think that Piers Courage deserved to be in the honourable mentions, as he was an extremely talented driver and took Frank Williams Racing’s first podium at Monaco in 1969. The Williams documentary talks about him and his relationship with Frank.

    Joseph LycettJoseph Lycett4 kuukautta sitten
  • You forgot to mention that (Sir) Jim’s 1965 feat of pairing the F1 Championship w/ victory lane at the Indy 500 has yet to be repeated. Since then, I can only think of two drivers with a realistic chance to make that happen- Senna, Schumacher, and Hamilton

    Shane StantonShane Stanton4 kuukautta sitten
  • Best driver of 2010s : Mahaveer

    Guntur WicaksonoGuntur Wicaksono5 kuukautta sitten
  • If 10 different drivers won the title in a decade would that all make the list? 🤔

    TheAdamwaltersTheAdamwalters5 kuukautta sitten
  • Definitely a video on the drivers of 70s, 80s, 90s, 00s & 10s needs to happen soon

    John ChampionJohn Champion5 kuukautta sitten
  • Clark has a better percentage % results in both Pole Positions and Race Wins than Hamilton. I'm a fan of them both. Hamilton is not currently the best in the world, only being 4th or 5th % wise. Good luck Lewis, reaching overal #1 % status

    stuart smithstuart smith5 kuukautta sitten
  • Man, these videos kick ass! So informative and entertaining.

    Doctor FaustusDoctor Faustus5 kuukautta sitten
  • in my opinion if there ever has to be an oficial best f1 driver of all time it has got to be somone who raced in the 60/70s or 80s i mean just keeping those cars on the track at a resonable speed proofs the talent and sheer will strenght of those drivers and im also certain that many drivers on the current grid wouldnt even dare to drive those cars at such speeds

    DealorDealor5 kuukautta sitten
  • Being a Scot myself I am biased, but Clark is the greatest driver of all time. My favourite stat (from f1metrics) about Clark is that in a streak between 1963 and 1965 he entered 29 races, 13 times he had mechanical problems that slowed him or caused a DNF. The other 16 races? He won. All of them. In that period he also outscored the rest of the Lotus work team 159 points to 29. I also personally think that, of all the legends of that era, he and Jackie Stewart would have adjusted best to the modern cars with their driving styles and dedication to the sport. What a legend.

    Iain BestIain Best5 kuukautta sitten
  • Yes 60's f1 was a bit eh... Fiery

    allhaillordtachankaallhaillordtachanka6 kuukautta sitten
  • Do WTF Happened to Spyker Squadron!

    Ray VisionRay Vision6 kuukautta sitten
  • Why do you sound australian?

    TomisHoareTomisHoare6 kuukautta sitten
  • Talking about Dan Gurney's innovations, he also invented of the Gurney flap

    Vasco SantosVasco Santos6 kuukautta sitten
  • My grandfather actually met Bruce McLaren and Jim Clark. He said they were very nice guys and told some great stories!

    TyTEI 82TyTEI 826 kuukautta sitten
  • Did you just insult my man, Alonso, as eyebrow man?!?!?! Seems legit.

    RadosRados6 kuukautta sitten
  • Will you ask drivers from every decade?

    CreepyWasCreepyWas6 kuukautta sitten
  • Video idea: forgotten driver,Heikki Kovalainen

    peter lamproupeter lamprou6 kuukautta sitten
  • Ahhh... the 1960s... Arguably, the golden age of Formula 1 as we know it. Also RIP Sir Sterling Moss. We will miss you.

    NicholasLegionNicholasLegion6 kuukautta sitten
  • Never heard Surtees pronounced like that b'fore

    Tj930Tj9306 kuukautta sitten
  • Finally someone knows where the American champions are from. Phil Hill is the only American to win the world title. Even though Mario was still good he is an Italian.

    James BraunJames Braun6 kuukautta sitten
  • Who

    Bruce HollowayBruce Holloway6 kuukautta sitten
  • Yes

    Bruce HollowayBruce Holloway6 kuukautta sitten
  • Please do a video on women in racing and probabilities regarding F1. Sophia Floersch (talented ) and Tatiana Calderon (not that talented) included.

    Michael MeffertMichael Meffert6 kuukautta sitten
  • Best drivers of all time 5. Clark 4. Schumacher 3. Hamilton 2. Fangio 1. RaGuNaThAn

    GoatsEatsOats KGoatsEatsOats K6 kuukautta sitten
    • I would switch 5-2 up but number one is perfect

      Plesioth the hip check godPlesioth the hip check god4 kuukautta sitten
  • Don't forget Jimmy cutting the engine in the corners due to an oil pressure problem at Spa(?)

    Neiko GarciaNeiko Garcia6 kuukautta sitten
  • Maybe Alonso needs to grow a glorious mustache like Hill in order to get The Crown... :D Also, thanks for including a bit of Mexican Motorsport history.

    Azteca_016Azteca_0166 kuukautta sitten
  • Where can I find the exact song from the end of the vid?

    MattMatt6 kuukautta sitten
    • Check out Johann Ward

      Gordon RitchieGordon Ritchie6 kuukautta sitten
  • Good list but I personally would’ve put Jochen Rindt in the top 5 - he was the fastest guy in F1 at the end of the 60’s. A great favourite of mine - which probably makes me slightly biased - but I can live with that. Rx

    Riki NewtonRiki Newton6 kuukautta sitten
    • Riki Newton was he better in the 70's ??? If so Josh will probably include him that that era I would assume Remembering that this was the 1960s

      Gordon RitchieGordon Ritchie6 kuukautta sitten
  • It’s John Surtees - not S’tees - at least give him deserved respect by pronouncing his name correctly ?!?!? Cheers. Rx

    Riki NewtonRiki Newton6 kuukautta sitten
  • 3.33 - that looks like Jack Brabham - not Denny Hulme (who it’s meant to depict). Just saying. Cheers. Rxx

    Riki NewtonRiki Newton6 kuukautta sitten
  • john settees wow

    TOD PlatinumTOD Platinum6 kuukautta sitten
  • If Moss had died before u started editing I bet u would’ve put him in the top 10

    IcemanIceman6 kuukautta sitten
    • Iceman he was part of Joshs 1950s the previous one

      Gordon RitchieGordon Ritchie6 kuukautta sitten
  • Jackie Stewart also has dyslexia, only World Champion who’s dyslexic

    IcemanIceman6 kuukautta sitten
  • Kerry Grant? I know he didn't make it to world F1, but he won the NZ grand prix ahead of Brucey and Phil Hill. :)

    CrammedSoupCrammedSoup6 kuukautta sitten
  • Hey Josh, it would be amazing if you could do a season review of a season which was long ago. Eg one of the 70tees

    Konstantin MSM FanKonstantin MSM Fan6 kuukautta sitten
  • Bruuuuhhh Stirling Moss not in the top 10? I dunno chief.

    RedCometXIIIRedCometXIII6 kuukautta sitten
    • RedCometXIII if you look at the previous vid of the 50s you will see moss there!

      Gordon RitchieGordon Ritchie6 kuukautta sitten
  • “When his brabham could be bothered to finish” 🤣🤣

    Ross McghieRoss Mcghie6 kuukautta sitten
  • Clark was unbeatable. If the car didn't break down or was Williams level shit, he won. And then there are these urban legends surrounding him. Tyres lasting four weekends, engines and gearboxes more or less pristine after the races. I don't know if they are true or not. And the way he died. Noone saw it. I like to think of it as God returning his son to the heavens. He did stuff that not even the likes of Hill, Brabham, Steward or Surtees had a clue of how he did it.

    Das RaffnixDas Raffnix6 kuukautta sitten
  • The Best Kiwis of any motor racing era taking on the world!!

    Rex SalisburyRex Salisbury6 kuukautta sitten
  • Lol Brahham's slaves

    sonson6 kuukautta sitten
  • Great vídeo. As Brazilian, i can feel the hurt when tou mention the losing a world title in the last lap.

    Luiz Filipe Dias GenesiLuiz Filipe Dias Genesi6 kuukautta sitten
  • "The biggest compliment you could Give John Sooties" .... is by saying his name right..... -_-

    James MontgomeryJames Montgomery6 kuukautta sitten
  • Bruh Denny Hulme looked sm older than 30

    FedoraSmokerFedoraSmoker6 kuukautta sitten
  • You can’t argue with Jim Clark being no 1

    A Gamer's LookA Gamer's Look6 kuukautta sitten
  • Stewart worked on safety relentlessly as he lost too many very close to him; Cevert, Rindt, Clark.

    AlduinAlduin6 kuukautta sitten
  • Rip Stirling Moss

    AppleLaudaAppleLauda6 kuukautta sitten
  • Decent! Keep up this series

    Luis G. Vázquez R.Luis G. Vázquez R.6 kuukautta sitten
  • Mario Andretti, Laura Antonelli - two people born in Croatia when it was part of Italy. Fun fact! (Okay I'll piss off!)

    heliumtrophyheliumtrophy6 kuukautta sitten
  • Jochen Rindt was born on 18 April 1942 in Mainz, Germany, to an Austrian mother and German father. His mother had been a successful tennis player in her youth and, like her father, studied law. Rindt's parents owned a spice mill in Mainz, which he later inherited. They were killed in a bombing raid in Hamburg during the Second World War when he was one year old, after which he was raised by his grandparents in Graz, Austria. Although his grandfather chose to retain Rindt's German citizenship, for his entire career he drove under an Austrian racing licence. In an interview, he described his heritage as a "terrible mixture" and, when asked if he felt more Austrian or German, said that he felt "like a European" I think you have to respect his Austrian heritage. He truly lived in Austria thanks to his grandparents since his parents were killed in the war. He answered the question about as diplomatically as can be given the Germanic sense of shame over what happened with the Second World War. Like most of the drivers that came to an untimely end, it was such a crying shame he died the way he did and even more so that he couldn't celebrate his driver's title. Remember seeing his girlfriend's sullen face behind the sunglasses and thinking it was extremely heartbreaking.

    heliumtrophyheliumtrophy6 kuukautta sitten
  • Shame Bruce McLaren could never win the championship in his own car :/

    Motorsport UnlimitedMotorsport Unlimited6 kuukautta sitten
  • My mum used to clean Denny Hulmes cars and do his tyres him and my grandfather were good mates my grandfather also raced he died of a heart attack funnily enough his last thing he ever saw was Denny hulme win the v8 truck championship he died after watching his best mate win

    Sammy DSammy D6 kuukautta sitten
  • Nzer right here

    Sammy DSammy D6 kuukautta sitten
  • Am looking forward to the 2010's, with only three world champions to choose from.

    John ThompsonJohn Thompson6 kuukautta sitten
    • @Alex Marr Button debuted in 2000, Kimi and Alonso 2001 and Webber in 2002, doesn't really fit...

      vacsadvacsad5 kuukautta sitten
    • You could probably throw the likes of Button, Kimi, Alonso, Webber in there.

      Alex MarrAlex Marr6 kuukautta sitten
  • Hell yeah, I made it into the Video. Thanks Josh, keep up the great work

    Phil HillPhil Hill6 kuukautta sitten
  • Jacky Ickx ? An honourable mention ?

    Saksham SharmaSaksham Sharma6 kuukautta sitten
  • Could you make a video about the best drivers outside F1?

    Dominus CircensisDominus Circensis6 kuukautta sitten
  • I can't find the "no guidance rearrangement" aswell as I can't find the ori funk.. where can I find it? 'cause I love it

    Jappu2 LALALAJappu2 LALALA6 kuukautta sitten
    • look up Johaan Ward and you should get the info you require?

      Gordon RitchieGordon Ritchie6 kuukautta sitten
  • Enjoy your videos a lot. Please upload more.

    BalajiBalaji6 kuukautta sitten
  • Awesome to have 3 New Zealanders mentioned

    Jerry MeatloafJerry Meatloaf6 kuukautta sitten
  • You had them in more or less the right order. Dan Gurney was in many ways like Stirling Moss. Good in everything and never able to achieve what he should have often by being in inferior equipment. But the gold standard for this era was Clark. When he went to Indy, and showed them how magical he was odd the hop, he showed America just how good he was. And I know that if Chapman just made things a smidge more durable, Clark might have won a few more WDC's. Class, speed, magic. The GOAT

    Mark LittleMark Little6 kuukautta sitten
  • Where is Jacky Ickx? He was Runner-Up in '69

    Yonas Lodewijk SitumorangYonas Lodewijk Situmorang6 kuukautta sitten
  • "The TOP 10 Formula 1 drivers of the 2020s" 1.Mahaveer

    CheriosCherios6 kuukautta sitten
  • Whenever there's a conversation about the best drivers & such, drivers like Brabham seem to never be in this argument. I might be bias because i'm Australian but the guy deserves to be talked a lot more

    Louis BrowneLouis Browne6 kuukautta sitten
  • 700 likes 0 dislikes I've never seen that before

    blargl121blargl1216 kuukautta sitten
  • So the 60s were the last time us Scots were good at F1 🤔 seriously though, I've been hanging out on this channel for a while, get good laughs and great content every time 🙌🏻

    Rachel CavelliniRachel Cavellini6 kuukautta sitten
    • Stewart won championships in the 70s. Next scottish driver was coulthard, who was quite good.

      hogwash2ndhogwash2nd5 kuukautta sitten
  • I'd rate Phil Hill lower. The sharknose Ferrari was literally THE most dominant car in the history of F1 (yes, statistically more than the 14 Merc), and his teammate battles aren't impressive.

    TugaAvengerTugaAvenger6 kuukautta sitten
  • Do kinda wish you left it unranked, but I get why the change came in. Nitpicks aside, I'm digging this little series. Great to see a celebration of the differing periods, specially when we lost Sir Stirling recently

    Mr. KorzackMr. Korzack6 kuukautta sitten
  • Soooo what about Jackie Ickx?

    Erik WillemsErik Willems6 kuukautta sitten
  • Jim Clark is top! I'm happy!!

    Jordan TinklerJordan Tinkler6 kuukautta sitten
  • Andretti wasn't born in Italy

    EthanEthan6 kuukautta sitten
  • It’s funny, Clark lead to Senna who lead to Hamilton And honestly to do more races in a year than a modern f1 driver, including the Indy 500, I think he’s truely the greatest of all time

    RyanMann141RyanMann1416 kuukautta sitten
    • He did F1, F2, touring cars, the Australian Tasman series and the Indy 500 and basically won the lot, driving for Lotus. He was killed in an F2 race in Hockenheim. He had a choice of two races that weekend and picked the wrong one.

      Gryph LaneGryph Lane6 kuukautta sitten
  • Yeah, I felt that bitterness of the "British" Mclaren...

    Thomas SummerfieldThomas Summerfield6 kuukautta sitten
  • there's a story I had heard about Jim Clark once, no idea if it's true as I'm not even sure about where I got it from: his engineers (or whatever) were right next to a corner, watching him go around the track. When he reached their corner, to their great surprise, his car made practically no sound! Afterwards, they asked him what that was about. He answered that, to save the engine (I think?), he'd turn off the engine on entry and restart it while exiting. No idea if that story is true or not, but it's great to tell. but otherwise, let me put something else into perspective: if you didn't think his winning percentage was insane enough, remember that he drove for Lotus, a team who's cars were notoriously unreliable. As such, Jim Clark (and Lotus as a whole) had the reputation of either winning or not finishing the race. If you exclude all of Jim Clark's 23 retirements (not sure how many were due to mechanical failure, but I believe most were), then you're left with 50 entries in F1 (if you include his one DNS), of which he won 25 races. That's a perfect 50% winning percentage! Here's his racing record in more detail: 73 entries, 1 DNS, 23 retirements, 17 non-podium finishes (8 points finishes and 9 finishes out of the points) and 32 podiums (25 wins, 1 second place and 6 third places) if you don't think that's incredible enough, he's the only driver in history with more grand slams than Lewis Hamilton (8 vs 6) (a grand slam is when a driver takes pole, wins the race, gets a fastest lap and leads every lap of the race). He holds the record (tied with Alberto Ascari) for the highest percentage of possible championship points earned in a season with 100% (here's the thing: back in the day, your total championship tally only counted your 6 best results, so as long as you had 6 wins, you had all the points you could score in a season. Clark and Ascari, as far as I know, are the only ones to have achieved this). Clark also holds the record for the highest percentage of laps led during a season, with 71.47% in the 1963 season! btw, that 1963 season was insane. Out of 10 races, he got 7 wins, one second place finish, one third place finish and one 8th place finish. yeah, he finished on the podium in 9 out of 10 races! I mean it's not a record, but it's still insane! so yeah, Jim Clark was pretty ungodly good

    plazastaplazasta6 kuukautta sitten
    • Jim Clark is still the best of all time

      Four utubezFour utubez4 kuukautta sitten
    • To this day, he’s still the only driver who has paired winning The Indianapolis 500 with the Formula 1 crown, in the SAME year. Looking back on his career, he, Montoya, and Fangio might be the only two drivers who could’ve taken a distinction away from Mario Andretti- the only foreign born driver to win the Daytona 500

      Shane StantonShane Stanton4 kuukautta sitten
    • yeah i remember hearing that story he was just a god among men

      RexuroRexuro4 kuukautta sitten
    • He also had the reputation for being incredibly nice to the car and it's components, wearing them down less than his teammates (probably part of the reason he was able to be so strong in cars that were unreliable and to some, dangerous) but it was to the point where people claim you could take his and his teammates cars apart and you could tell which parts came from Clark's by just looking

      galeforce97galeforce975 kuukautta sitten
    • Yh I've heard that story too, on an episode of the grand tour iirc. Supposedly he'd lost oil pressure so figured that was the only way of getting the car home

      Eugene MaddenEugene Madden5 kuukautta sitten
  • 4:03 utterly brilliant 😂 😂

    AS19AS196 kuukautta sitten
  • @ Jochen Rindt: Well he grew up in Graz Austria, which may explain why he used the austrian flag rather than the German, were he was born (Mainz). And also saying that he was European, really forward thinking ^^

    TotalMadnessManTotalMadnessMan6 kuukautta sitten
  • Your shirt in the animations is legendary

    WichtigerGamerWichtigerGamer6 kuukautta sitten
    • WichtigerGamer hi. If you want one check out Joshs Merch and you can purchase one!

      Gordon RitchieGordon Ritchie6 kuukautta sitten
  • I'm offended the caption wasn't "learn to take a yoke"

    Akamatsu_AceAkamatsu_Ace6 kuukautta sitten
  • 2:08 Drifting. In a t-shirt. With no seatbelt on. Wearing only a hardhat and some goggles. Like a boss.

    Dalibor JoksimovicDalibor Joksimovic6 kuukautta sitten
    • EPIC BRIH

      Arthur SmithArthur Smith5 kuukautta sitten
  • As a proud balkan person I feel obligated to say that Andretti wasn’t born in Italy but in Croatia

    Jaka PoljanšekJaka Poljanšek6 kuukautta sitten
    • GOOD GOD WHAT HAVE YOU BROUGHT UPON THIS EARTH STOP THE IRREDENTISTI BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE

      I GeriatriciI Geriatrici29 päivää sitten
    • Istria was part of the Kingdom of Italy between 1919 & 1947 (hence Mario was born in Italy), in 1947 Yugoslavia took control until the break up of Yugoslavia in 1991. At this point Istria was divided up between Croatia and Slovenia. So the basic answer is, he was born in Italy but the place where he was born is now part of Croatia.

      CapHowdyCapHowdyUukausi sitten
    • It later became italian, that's why he left to america. He said that in behind the grid podcast. You can find it the f1 channel

      jejj kessjejj kessUukausi sitten
    • @Jaka Poljanšek no, and neither studied in Italy. Just look where it was before WW2 in the map. And the language and ethnicity of people there.

      Paulo Lúcio Machado de BritoPaulo Lúcio Machado de Brito4 kuukautta sitten
    • Paulo Lúcio Machado de Brito awww did the italian school system wash your brain?

      Jaka PoljanšekJaka Poljanšek4 kuukautta sitten
  • Jim Clark and Jackie Stewart are in my opinion the two most underrated world champions in history. Both absolute legends. Stewart in particular is worth mentioning, he retired at the age of 31 while still having the capability of grabbing multiple more championships, as he was in one of the fastest and calmest teams in terms of tension.

    The GarageThe Garage6 kuukautta sitten
    • I'd call neither underrated. Stewart retired as the most successful driver in history and Clark is canonised as probably the greatest to have ever lived.

      Michael KitchinMichael Kitchin6 kuukautta sitten
  • 4:02 Bruh Mike is so rude for speaking before Josh has even completed his sentence 😂

    Viandra MonisyafViandra Monisyaf6 kuukautta sitten
    • He even animated a little eye twitch, I'm dead

      Sideways-XSideways-X6 kuukautta sitten
  • 0:32 Mosport on the board

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