After some serious thoughts, esp. thinking about what Schumacher said about Ayrton (Schumacher's dedication), I will not put anyone as the ...
After some serious thoughts, esp. thinking about what Schumacher said about Ayrton (Schumacher's dedication), I will not put anyone as the #1 driver this year. This is similar to the Autocourse's 1982 top 10 with the #1 honor being blanked.
The polling method is simple, using the Olympic system (that is, the medal count table you see in the Olympics with the country having the most gold being #1, next most gold #2, & if a tie-breaker for gold is needed, then the country having the most silver wins.)
Here they are:
1. Blank 2. Michael Schumacher D Benetton-Ford 3. Mika Hakkinen SF McLaren-Peugeot 4. Damon Hill GB Williams-Renault 5. Gerhard Berger A Ferrari 6. Rubens Barrichello BR Jordan-Hart 7. David Coulthard GB Williams-Renault 8. Nigel Mansell GB Williams-Renault 9. Jean Alesi F Ferrari 10. Heinz-Harold Frentzen D Sauber-Mercedes
Top vote getter is Alesi. Highest placing driver not receiving votes is
Blundell. Even though he does not have a complete season, Mansell has
received a large enough chunk of votes to be considered in this list.
Finally, I took off one top vote of every driver to avoid irrational
votes (especially the nationalistic voters^_^).
Have a nice day:)