Best racing drivers of all time (Melhores pilotos de corrida de todos os tempos)

Melhores pilotos, independente da categoria; Fórmula 1, Nascar, IndyCar, WRC (World Rally Championships).

Menções Honrosas: Chico Landi, Giuseppe "Nino" Farina, John Surtees, Juan Pablo Montoya, Keke Rosberg, Mika Hakkinen, Kimi Raikkonen, Bernd Rosemeyer, Bobby Rahal, Al Unser, Jr., Al Unser, Bobby Unser e Alessandro Zanardi.

Best racing drivers, regardless of the class. Formula One, Nascar, IndyCar, WRC (World Rally Championships).

Honorable Mentions: Chico Landi, Giuseppe "Nino" Farina, John Surtees, Juan Pablo Montoya, Keke Rosberg, Mika Hakkinen, Kimi Raikkonen, Bernd Rosemeyer, Bobby Rahal, Al Unser, Jr., Al Unser, Bobby Unser and Alessandro Zanardi.
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Ayrton Senna
Self, Formula 1
Ayrton Senna da Silva was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil to a wealthy family. When he was four years old his father Milton bought him a go-kart, and by age eight Ayrton was regularly competing in karting events. His career progressed quickly, and in 1982 he moved to England to pursue his racing. In 1984 he came to the attention of the whole world by racing in Formula One...
Juan Manuel Fangio
Juan Manuel Fangio was considered one of the greatest racing drivers of all time, thanks in part to his five World Championships that he won during the 1950s. He was son of an Italian immigrant, who moved to Argentina at the turn of the century. Fangio worked in a garage at an early age and was always fascinated by automobiles...
Jim Clark
Self, Formula 1
When talking about the greatest race driver of all time, various opinions will throw out such great drivers as Mario Andretti, Tazio Nuvolari, A.J. Foyt, Juan Manuel Fangio or Ayrton Senna; but most may agree that Scotsman Jim Clark was probably the best of them all. The shy British racer lived to race and proved it with two Formula One World Championships and an Indy 500 title...
Dale Earnhardt
Self, The Fifty
Ralph Dale Earnhardt, born April 29, 1951, in Kannapolis, North Carolina, was the son of NASCAR Grand National champion Ralph Earnhardt and his wife Martha. His Winston Cup career started with a bang, winning the Rookie of the Year in 1979 and his first of his championships in 1980, to date the only driver to achieve these feats in consecutive years...
Richard Petty
The King of stock car racing, Richard Petty retired from NASCAR competition after the 1992 season. During his storied career, he won 200 Winston Cup race (a feat that will never be equaled), seven Winston Cup championships (tied by Dale Earnhardt in 1994), and seven Daytona 500's. His 200th win came in the July 4th...
Niki Lauda
Self, Formula 1
Born to a wealthy family in Vienna, Niki Lauda did not use the conventional methods of a man his means to become a world champion race driver. Far from it, his family disapproved and refused to finance his career, but Lauda plodded on, racing in the lesser ranks before getting his first break in Formula 1 with March...
Michael Schumacher
Self, Formula 1
Michael Schumacher is a German retired racing driver. He is a seven-time Formula One World Champion and is widely regarded as one of the greatest Formula One drivers of all time. He was named Laureus World Sportsman of the Year twice. Schumacher holds many of Formula One's driver records, including most championships...
Mario Andretti
Self, Formula 1
One of America's greatest racing drivers, Mario Andretti has virtually won it all, the Indianapolis 500, the Daytona 500, the International Race of Champion series (IROC), the CART and Formula 1 World titles. Andretti was born in Croatia (he has a twin brother - Aldo) and with his family moved to the United States in 1955...
Graham Hill
Self, Formula 1
Universally popular, Graham Hill was the epitome of the Grand Prix racing driver. Hill started out his racing career as a mechanic, trading in his services as a mechanic for a drive. He made his mark in sports cars before getting the call to the internationally famous Formula 1 Grand Prix series in 1958...
Stirling Moss
Self, Formula 1
Born in London in 1929, Stirling Moss' love of auto racing ran in the family - his father, a dentist, had been a race car driver and had, in fact, raced at Indianapolis in 1924 and again in 1925. Interested in cars virtually from childhood, Moss began racing in earnest at 17. Two years later he took...