The 10 Best F1 Drivers of the 1950s

27.02.2020
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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 this new series, we find out who the best drivers of each decade were, starting with the 1950s.
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  • Bill Vukovich

    Aleksa DjurićAleksa DjurićUukausi sitten
  • Imagine if Ken Masters is the best driver of 1960s and not 1990s 😂😂

    Damar FadlanDamar Fadlan4 kuukautta sitten
  • Fangio had no need to win the championship in 57. He was already 4 times Champ. Nobody doubt his enormous talent. His car was the third best in the grid. Losing out to the Ferrari and Vanwall. Therefore and even so, Fangio won the championship in antecipation in the German grand prix putting the best drive of his Carrer. He IS the best of all time.

    Paulo Lúcio Machado de BritoPaulo Lúcio Machado de Brito4 kuukautta sitten
  • "The beest droivers of each dickade"

    Adam The 1st EsquireAdam The 1st Esquire4 kuukautta sitten
  • Luigi Villoresi, Louis Rosier, Toulo De Graffenreid and Reg Parnell could have been honourable mentions aswell

    Viktor JanssonViktor Jansson4 kuukautta sitten
  • Aight you kiwi prick, The cars at indy were almost the same in F1. if the Indy 500 was the US Grand Prix at least until the 70's where USAC and F1 cars began to drift apart. Even then if you look up the Chaparral 2k, you'll find that it was an Indy 500 car that's essentially the Lotus 79 built to race at Indy. I just imagine what F1 and Indycar would look like if both series met each year at indy to see who could run 500 miles. obviously that's a pipe dream that never would have happened anyways...

    jeremeymcdudejeremeymcdude4 kuukautta sitten
  • 50s formula 1 was something else. It's basically people standing near cars going fast to see if they get killed or not. Slightest missteps by the man who waves the chequered flag would have resulted in a disaster.

    kly playskly plays5 kuukautta sitten
  • hey, rosier was hard done

    Guenther SteinerGuenther Steiner5 kuukautta sitten
  • Rip moss 2020

    Astro SleepAstro Sleep6 kuukautta sitten
  • Video starts playing... did i forget to close KSP?... oh wait.. it's the video XD

    MK3424MK34246 kuukautta sitten
  • R.I.P Sir Stirling Moss 😢😢

    Joshua BallJoshua Ball6 kuukautta sitten
  • Mike hawthorn died in 1959

    Ej._420s3 hawkinsEj._420s3 hawkins6 kuukautta sitten
  • Rest in peace Sir sterling moss ❤️

    L I M I TL I M I T6 kuukautta sitten
  • Stirling Moss was the last one on the list left alive, and now he's gone too.If there is a Heaven, I hope he gets one last chance to win the championship he deserves.

    SovietOnionSovietOnion6 kuukautta sitten
  • If Jim Clark isn't mentioned for the 60s then we riot! 😉

    Jordan TinklerJordan Tinkler6 kuukautta sitten
  • AAAAAHHHHHHH(Raghunathan)!!!!!!!!! So true but FUNNY lolllllll!!!!!

    Jayp KanJayp Kan6 kuukautta sitten
  • Go Jimmy Clark. We love you - i'm a scot so that's definitely not bias

    Lochan Pennant-ShahLochan Pennant-Shah7 kuukautta sitten
  • Dafuq is a dickaid

    Christos SegkounasChristos Segkounas7 kuukautta sitten
  • Maybe Von Trips deserved a mention? Not sure

    Giacomo LocatiGiacomo Locati7 kuukautta sitten
  • 6:57 I call this, the reverse racoon

    Fart VaderFart Vader7 kuukautta sitten
  • We all know Jim is the best ever forever ever forever ever

    Fart VaderFart Vader7 kuukautta sitten
  • What is that music at 1:21 called?

    Shebbi_dabShebbi_dab7 kuukautta sitten
  • Now do 60s then 70s. I beg you

    SecondharpyGamingSecondharpyGaming7 kuukautta sitten
  • 1:23 Wtf does Swiss got anything to do with this?

    IsraeliConservativeIsraeliConservative7 kuukautta sitten
  • come on mate your a kiwi, where’s bruce mclaren??

    Toby WatsonToby Watson7 kuukautta sitten
  • jim clark

    Zombie venom66Zombie venom667 kuukautta sitten
  • 50s:Juan Manuel Fangio 60s:Jim Clark 70s:Sir Jackie Stewart 80s:Alain Prost 90s:Ayrton Senna 00s:Michael Schumacher 10s:Lewis Hamilton 20s:Charles Leclerc? Max Verstappen? Lando Norris? Mick Schumacher? Who knows

    Rick YTRick YT7 kuukautta sitten
  • and by the way if i have time make a maldonaldo video cause

    Luke Daniel GalonLuke Daniel Galon7 kuukautta sitten
  • You should do a sim race

    Cartercarts YTCartercarts YT7 kuukautta sitten
  • Is there a Lord Maldonado video coming soon to the channel

    David VasquezDavid Vasquez7 kuukautta sitten
  • Love this

    Noel MaherNoel Maher7 kuukautta sitten
  • Hi Mate, Great video. I like your style. Another driver who missed the F1WC is Tazio Nuvolari. If you did a video on the 1930s, hes top 3.. If you ask Murray Walker, he says he is the GOAT. His versatility and skill on 2 wheels as well as 4 cant be questioned. Cheers, mark

    Mark MunroMark Munro7 kuukautta sitten
  • Fangio the best of all time.

    Valentin FariasValentin Farias7 kuukautta sitten
  • 👍🏻👍🏻

    Aleksander WAleksander W7 kuukautta sitten
  • Mike Hawthorns biggest record in racing is most confirmed kills by a racing driver

    Brian glennonBrian glennon7 kuukautta sitten
  • Back when real men drove real F1 cars.

    Constable DodoConstable Dodo7 kuukautta sitten
  • Congrats Josh you have hit 50k subs a great achievement and you are only getting started!! looking forward to your next vid

    Gordon RitchieGordon Ritchie7 kuukautta sitten
  • The 50s was my favourite dickhead too

    David LawlorDavid Lawlor7 kuukautta sitten
  • Christian Bale 🤣😅😂

    johnmcnatt1johnmcnatt17 kuukautta sitten
  • Could you please make a video of Richh Enegry and it’s involvement in F1

    ŸamadaŸamada7 kuukautta sitten
  • You missed Phill Hill and Wolfgang von Trips

    Sami FaheemSami Faheem7 kuukautta sitten
  • Looking forward to the series. My only argument is Gonzalez over Behra.

    William FordWilliam Ford7 kuukautta sitten
  • Two things. One, it looks like Fangio's epic drive was on the Nurbergring, making it even more impressive. Two, a world where a man has to justify wearing a bow tie whilst driving an F1 car isn't a world I want to live in.

    Matt DickieMatt Dickie7 kuukautta sitten
  • Good Compilation of drivers without question. The only tad I have to criticise is that it's only F1 drivers. How about a, let's say top 15 overall race drivers of a certain decade? Touring car legends like Peter Brock, Bernd Schneider, Ingo Hoffmann, Dale Earnhardt ; Endurance Heavyweights like Jacky Ickx, Stefan Bellof, Timo Bernhard, André Lotterer, Tom Kristensen ; Rally Gods like Ari Vatanen, Walter Röhrl, Sebastien Loeb, Colin McRae, Marcus Grönholm and the Indycar stars like Al Unser Jr., AJ Foyt, Paul Tracy, Sebastien Bourdais, Alessandro Zanardi, Bobby Rahal, Scott Dixon, Helio Castroneves... I know that you deal mostly with F1, but I don't think that I have to tell you that there's so much more about what makes a Racer great than having succeeded in ONE particular sport. That's just a suggestion though...

    WendigoWendigo7 kuukautta sitten
  • I don't think anyone really shows any attention towards the 1950s in F1. This is a welcome change of pace

    Dan KDan K7 kuukautta sitten
  • i have a question what app did you use to make your character in your old videos?

    Max OverLoadMax OverLoad7 kuukautta sitten
  • Extremely well done, can't wait for the others.

    TheBdougsTheBdougs7 kuukautta sitten
  • Of course Hawthorn’s still a national hero. I wear a bow tie when racing go karts.

    Rob The Green EngineRob The Green Engine7 kuukautta sitten
    • Where have I seen you before

      David VasquezDavid Vasquez7 kuukautta sitten
  • As an Italian, I believe that the last Italian to win the F1 World championship is actually Mario. Happy birthday Piedone!

    Marco VenostaMarco Venosta7 kuukautta sitten
  • Any REAL F1 fan would know the greatest driver of all time is Michel Vaillant

    RodriguezRacer 456RodriguezRacer 4567 kuukautta sitten
  • Hard to believe Fangio won all his titles after he turned 40. In an era when death was an occupational hazard

    Broken Lantern XBroken Lantern X7 kuukautta sitten
  • I know it's off topic and i probably bashed for this, But could you talk about Scott Mclaughlin? The guy that storms formula racing...

    Muhammad Alif Rizqi RamadhanMuhammad Alif Rizqi Ramadhan7 kuukautta sitten
  • I was going to suggest Bill Vukovich, but I got the feeling you didn’t like the addition of the Indy 500 into the F1 championship.

    LR Defender GuyLR Defender Guy7 kuukautta sitten
  • Great video. Love the premise and hope you continue to do this series!

    jums23jums237 kuukautta sitten
  • As always, great video.

    Danielle HughesDanielle Hughes7 kuukautta sitten
  • I can recall hearing an interview with Stirling Moss who when asked who was the best replied without hesitation said "Fangio. But I never saw Nuvolari" Bear in mind he did see Clark Stewart and Lauda

    Heart of the Windy CityHeart of the Windy City7 kuukautta sitten
  • 50s: Fangio 60s: Clark 70s: Lauda 80s: Prost 90s: Senna 00s: Schumacher 10s: Hamilton 20s: Raghunathan

    Resist StanceResist Stance7 kuukautta sitten
    • pAtRiCk StAr you can’t be the driver of the decade if you dedicate half of that decade to a backmarker.

      RmxRmx29 päivää sitten
    • Rmx A lot of that was to do with uncompetitive cars though. The guy was still a hell of a racer, winning CART and Indianapolis after F1 retirement at the age of 46.

      pAtRiCk StArpAtRiCk StAr29 päivää sitten
    • pAtRiCk StAr fittipaldi can’t really be up there, two wc but he faded away

      RmxRmx29 päivää sitten
    • Tom Hammond Stewart over Lauda but Fittipaldi has to be up there aswell.

      pAtRiCk StArpAtRiCk StAr29 päivää sitten
    • Very good. I would only disagree with 70s. I would say Stewart over Lauda just.

      Tom HammondTom HammondUukausi sitten
  • You should do a video "big team (a team which has won races or even championships) has built the best and worst car"

    keiokeio7 kuukautta sitten
  • Wait u watch swiss001

    Tazzie Devil04Tazzie Devil047 kuukautta sitten
  • hey josh! been a fan since pre-lola days, quick question, have u ever though about making a josh revell discord server? also pre-congrats on 50k :D

    isaac clarkisaac clark7 kuukautta sitten
  • 1950s: Juan Manuel Fangio 1960s: Jim Clark 1970s: Tough one, but i think its Niki Lauda. 1980s: either Ayrton Senna or Alain Prost, i don't want to debate it 1990s: Michael Schumacher or Ayrton Senna 2000s: Michael Schumacher 2010s: Lewis Hamilton 2020s: Antonio Giovinazzi

    PayCraft 05PayCraft 057 kuukautta sitten
  • Terrible list. You forgot to include Yuji Ide

    rohitb6rohitb67 kuukautta sitten
  • My grandmother actually met Fangio! She was a school teacher and was waiting for a bus on a rainy morning with two colleagues when a big Mercedes stopped in front of them. The guy saw her uniforms and asked if he could give them a lift to their school. It was Fangio with his chauffer. He was at the time honorary president of Mercedes Benz Argentina and had this really nice company car. My grandma accepted and said he was such a nice guy during the drive. And there are hundreds of little stories like that one. He helped many people in so different ways here. Hell, he even wrote a letter of recommendation to Lamborghini that they should hire some Horacio Pagani guy! (The same that later founded the Pagani sports cars). And as far as i know he never spoke ill of a rival. It's kind of sad my country decided to adopt Maradona as national symbol rather than him, maybe because his achievements happened so far ago in time. There is a picture of Senna meeting him in which Ayrton looks like a kid on his first day on Disneyland, he definitively meant much for many drivers as a benchmark even today.

    MafiousBJMafiousBJ7 kuukautta sitten
    • Argentina worships football thats why Fangio's acheivements are forgotten.

      Soundwave 47Soundwave 473 kuukautta sitten
    • I've read Fangio's biography titled "when the man's larger than the myth" and I have nothing but the utmost respect and admiration for Fangio as both a racecar driver and a human being. Nobody will ever come close to having that much talent and being that much of a gentleman at the same time. And let's not forget that absolutely unbeatable win ratio! As the tango says: Fangio, de campeones, el campeón!

      CarBastardCarBastard6 kuukautta sitten
    • a beautiful story!!!

      FJxStryderFJxStryder7 kuukautta sitten
    • thats awesome man!

      Saucey.Saucey.7 kuukautta sitten
  • Absolutely fascinating. Am really looking forward to the rest of the series! Btw, look up Pat Moss if you want a great story of a driver - in this case rallying. Any relation of Stirling? Yup! His sister!

    Mandy BMandy B7 kuukautta sitten
  • "The very _name_ of Fangio is synonymous with speed." Oh really? Ask his nephew.

    SovietOnionSovietOnion7 kuukautta sitten
    • @Muhammad Arif Taqiudin Rozaidi it was the same thing with Robbie Allison. He'd probably be driving in Nascar rn if his mom hadn't stopped him from racing when his dad Davey died.

      THE BRAIN SPECIALISTTHE BRAIN SPECIALIST7 kuukautta sitten
    • @SovietOnion Bruno Senna had it rough thou... Before his death Ayrton boldly claim that Bruno is faster than him & that cast a shadow for Bruno to proven himself. If Senna family tragic death was avoidable (Aryton & Bruno own father died in accidents) maybe we seen a different Bruno carried out the Senna Legacy in motorsports

      Muhammad Arif Taqiudin RozaidiMuhammad Arif Taqiudin Rozaidi7 kuukautta sitten
    • "It's not what Dale would have wanted"? She means Dale wouldn't have wanted the 3 car to be pushed to its absolute limit in front of a big crowd? Yeah, I don't buy that, Teresa.

      SovietOnionSovietOnion7 kuukautta sitten
    • @Muhammad Arif Taqiudin Rozaidi She'd probably try and sue anyone who tried to make it lol. She's so protective of her late husbands "brand" (aka her cash cow) that she tried to stop Kerry Earnhardt from driving a 3 car at the goodwood hillclimb because "its not what Dale would have wanted". Tough shit. Kerry owned the car. He did it anyway.

      THE BRAIN SPECIALISTTHE BRAIN SPECIALIST7 kuukautta sitten
    • @THE BRAIN SPECIALIST man tht some straight out of soap drama material

      Muhammad Arif Taqiudin RozaidiMuhammad Arif Taqiudin Rozaidi7 kuukautta sitten
  • Lance Stroll will be the best driver of the 2020’s mark my words :P

    Viandra MonisyafViandra Monisyaf7 kuukautta sitten
  • Loved this! Thank You Look forward to the coming uploads - You're a STAR !!

    Strange FruitStrange Fruit7 kuukautta sitten
  • Best Italian ever to be in the sport is Vitantonio Liuzzi and its not even close.

    KevinKevin7 kuukautta sitten
  • I'd say there are 2 guys you're missing Wolfgang von Trips Phil Hill

    THE BRAIN SPECIALISTTHE BRAIN SPECIALIST7 kuukautta sitten
    • @THE BRAIN SPECIALIST That I can understand, but I know him mostly from his 1961 Drivers Title challenge, so I say 60s for him.

      Keir ArmstrongKeir Armstrong7 kuukautta sitten
    • @Keir Armstrong considering he only lived for 2 years in the 60s (as dark as that is), I consider him more of a 50s driver

      THE BRAIN SPECIALISTTHE BRAIN SPECIALIST7 kuukautta sitten
    • Wolfgang von Trips is more 60s to me, but he's up there.

      Keir ArmstrongKeir Armstrong7 kuukautta sitten
    • Yes!

      Sami FaheemSami Faheem7 kuukautta sitten
  • I love how you say "dickade", you lovable little Kiwi! 😂 Superb work as ever my man!

    Tommo F1Tommo F17 kuukautta sitten
  • around the decade of the 90s pls include stefan bellof there.

    Luke Daniel GalonLuke Daniel Galon7 kuukautta sitten
    • Bellof died in '85

      Dylan SmitDylan Smit4 kuukautta sitten
  • Anyone notice the swiss001 reference?

    Jack RobertsJack Roberts7 kuukautta sitten
  • Italy has some bad luck? The final time a Italian driver won a championship was in the 50s which many Italians have been waiting for over 70 years to see a Italian driver to win a championship let alone a win because the final time a Italian won was in the 60s and Ferrari a Italian team hasn’t won a drivers title since 2007 and haven’t won the conductors since 08.

    High flying SportsHigh flying Sports7 kuukautta sitten
  • Excellent video! A refreshing change from the G.O.A.T. debates.

    y1521t21b5y1521t21b57 kuukautta sitten
  • 6:26 a certain Jarno Trulli comes to mind...

    MatiasMatias7 kuukautta sitten
  • Does anyone know any books or any videos about this era? Only one I can think of is The Killing Years and that was based on the 60s and 70s.

    Jaredtw95Jaredtw957 kuukautta sitten
  • Now do 60s...70s...80s..90s and so on

    NickNick7 kuukautta sitten
  • My knowledge of the French language is very limited, but I think Le papillon beans the butterfly.

    McPlayer8tMcPlayer8t7 kuukautta sitten
  • There is a fantastic podcast of Tony Brooks in the F1 official podcast!

    Juan VelezJuan Velez7 kuukautta sitten
    • @McPlayer8t exactly we as fans often fascinate with the 80s and 90s but the 50s where brutal times where it took skill and balls to drive around in those glorified coffins on wheels

      Juan VelezJuan Velez7 kuukautta sitten
    • Indeed, it is very interesting and gives a great insight into the world these drivers lived in.

      McPlayer8tMcPlayer8t7 kuukautta sitten
  • hope that in the next video you'll mention chris amon, I do really like him, even if I'm italian, he is on my top 3 of my fav drivers ever

    Raise Da HellRaise Da Hell7 kuukautta sitten
    • Ferrari said Amon was the best test driver I ever had.

      Matt DickieMatt Dickie7 kuukautta sitten
  • 1:23 are you also a Swiss001 fan? I love his videos!!!!

    Raise Da HellRaise Da Hell7 kuukautta sitten
  • Weekly check: Lance Stroll

    Alex O'Grady RacingAlex O'Grady Racing7 kuukautta sitten
  • Brilliant video as usual mate. Never fully realised how Italy's gone without a champ... Sadly I doubt Giovinazzi's 'The One' Also, with a win tally like that during the 50s, the gods of reliability must have been either bribed, or majorly owed Fangio one

    Wild WheelsWild Wheels7 kuukautta sitten
    • True, but part of racing is mechanical sympathy.

      McPlayer8tMcPlayer8t7 kuukautta sitten
  • Stroll is great don’t @ me

    Roman BaranovichiRoman Baranovichi7 kuukautta sitten
  • In my opinion the best 5 of all time: 1. Clark 2. Fangio 3. Steward 4. Rindt 5. Bellof (bc he could drive everything as though it was an open wheeler) They were risktakers, they were prepared to go one step further than everybody else even though it could cost them their lives.

    Das RaffnixDas Raffnix7 kuukautta sitten
  • Very cool video. I’m looking forward to this series.

    McPlayer8tMcPlayer8t7 kuukautta sitten
  • Lorenzo Bandini?

    Fiona FalveyFiona Falvey7 kuukautta sitten
  • No one overtakes Raghunathan... ...because he always starts last.

    McPlayer8tMcPlayer8t7 kuukautta sitten
  • I think De Portago, and Castellotti should appear in the video.... at least in the honorable mentions. Although they havent won a GP because they never had the oportunity to do it they were extremely fast and I think that if they wouldnt have died that early, they would have become world champions or at least race winners for sure

    Victor GaviraVictor Gavira7 kuukautta sitten
    • The video would be 5 minutes longer though, you can’t mention de portago without saying his full name.

      McPlayer8tMcPlayer8t7 kuukautta sitten
  • How bizzare we were just talking about Hawthorne on the F1 word Livestream. You should have stuck your hand up to appear on it Josh. You would have been brilliant.

    Grannie AnnieGrannie Annie7 kuukautta sitten
    • @Gordon Ritchie there's always next year or even later on in the year. Josh was in the chat for a little while and I could tell that Sean really liked him. It would be great for both their channels and the audience.

      Grannie AnnieGrannie Annie7 kuukautta sitten
    • Annette Huppatz understand cheers

      Gordon RitchieGordon Ritchie7 kuukautta sitten
    • @Gordon Ritchie Sean doesn't like to ask people to be a part of his Livestreams. What he does is just ask the question on twitter would anyone like to be a part of.... And people put their hand up. He just hates asking people.

      Grannie AnnieGrannie Annie7 kuukautta sitten
    • Why don't you ask him to be part of your discussions I'm sure you all have an informative and fun time!

      Gordon RitchieGordon Ritchie7 kuukautta sitten
  • Dick-Aid

    Harry TodhunterHarry Todhunter7 kuukautta sitten
  • Picking at lance stroll within the first minute of the video Check

    WiZtEkWiZtEk7 kuukautta sitten
  • Fangio was just crazy back then. Apparently, back in the 50's, everyone knew he was the best. He was just untouchable. Everyone tried their best to win as many races as possible, but everyone knew you couldn't reach Fangio's level. Off track he was very nice too, he was keen on helping other drivers becoming faster, by example. Also on Ascari: you have to know that, in 52 and 53, F1 ran under F2 rules and most big teams left. In those two years, it was just Ferrari and a bunch of B-teams competing. As such, kind of like most people just ignore the Indy 500 in the F1 calendar in those years, many people ignore the 52 and 53 seasons because it wasn't real F1 For every decade, I'd say these are the drivers I think are the best: 50's: Fangio 60's: Jim Clark 70's: tough one, but I'd say Jackie Stewart 80's: probably Senna 90's: either Senna or Schumacher. Which? I won't dare get into that debate! 00's: Schumacher 10's: Lewis Hamilton 20's: Lance Stroll

    plazastaplazasta7 kuukautta sitten
    • Fangio on GT4 mode EPIC

      Damar FadlanDamar Fadlan4 kuukautta sitten
    • Jean Rodrigues Exactly, liking one more than the other doesn’t mean you need to hate the other guy. Neither of them would have been as good as they where without the other one pushing them. It’s the same in tennis with Rafa, Roger and Djokovic. Without one, the others would have not have been reaching the heights they’re at.

      zeroeluszeroelus7 kuukautta sitten
    • @zeroelus As a Brazilian I obviously would put Senna in the 80's slot, but Prost was a beast too. Seeing those two going at each other at the track was beautiful, and probably their rivalry was what made them rise above other drivers.

      Jean RodriguesJean Rodrigues7 kuukautta sitten
    • @Keyboard Warrior indeed it is challenging. There are also many decades where you had two clear eras. The 90's started off as Senna's glory years and ended and Schumacher's era. Which one was better? Not sure. You also have the 2010's. The decade started off with Vettel and Red Bull utterly dominating F1, but out of nowhere, in the second half (plus 2014), Hamilton and Mercedes became even more dominant. also yeah, drivers who's careers were cut short make things hard. In addition to Clark and Senna, you get others like Villeneuve and Bellof (seriously, Stefan Bellof was an underrated god)

      plazastaplazasta7 kuukautta sitten
    • @Alex Marr You cannot seriously not have a place for Hamilton somewhere on that list. You just can't. Objectively speaking.

      Raditya InderaRaditya Indera7 kuukautta sitten
  • Mustard

    GoatsEatsOats KGoatsEatsOats K7 kuukautta sitten
  • 5:25 fruitcake appearance

    David VasquezDavid Vasquez7 kuukautta sitten
  • Froilan Gonzales is a fucking hero, and if Fangio is underappreciated by your average Argentine, Gonzalez is unknown. It's disgusting. As for Fangio, the man established a record that was only broken 45 years later, so when people say Maradona is our biggest star I can't do anything but laugh

    ArgieGrit01ArgieGrit017 kuukautta sitten
  • Just when i thought "where are those super fast reflex requiring comments ?" Halp i can't wave the flag came up! 😂 You burned it bro 🔥 awesome video Edit: had to compliment this guy

    Aditi GuptaAditi Gupta7 kuukautta sitten
  • Loving the concept of this series

    Promit HazraPromit Hazra7 kuukautta sitten
  • Do the same but for 1960's

    zamoraalzamoraal7 kuukautta sitten
  • When Mahaveer Raghunathan is in F1 he will become the best, the goat, the legend

    LeonLeon7 kuukautta sitten
    • @Ryan Hilden Yeah through the pit lane like last time lol

      Danaldinho19Danaldinho197 kuukautta sitten
    • @Danaldinho19 mate, first corner overtake to get the lead

      Ryan HildenRyan Hilden7 kuukautta sitten
    • Even better than Yuji Ide

      leewatleewat7 kuukautta sitten
    • @McPlayer8t What I said is that even if someone offered $100 million, not even Williams will take him on as a driver, never mind that he doesn't have a single Super License point. By coming P2 last season in F2, Latifi qualified for his seat.

      BigFireBigFire7 kuukautta sitten
    • I know it is 30 mil, but my point was that 30 mil is probably more than what Rags could offer anyway.

      McPlayer8tMcPlayer8t7 kuukautta sitten
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