12: Esteban Ocon & Sergio Perez (Force India)

12: Esteban Ocon & Sergio Perez (Force India)

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Like squabbling siblings in the rear part of this duo couldn, a family hatchback ’t keep. They had to be banned from racing eachother following the 2018 Singapore grandprix, where Perez fenced Ocon effortlessly on the opening lap after heor she rsquo;d dared to attempt to drive across the outside him. They had previous, of course: Ocon promised once they collided in grands prix and the 2017 Azerbaijan, he received death threats via social-media. Let’s observe how Perez gets on along with the billionaire team owner’s son in 2019 — somebody pass the popcorn!

1-1: Niki Lauda & Carlos Reutemann (Ferrari)

11: Niki Lauda & Carlos Reutemann (Ferrari)

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After his life-threatening shunt at the Nurburgring in 1976, Lauda was infuriated when Ferrari ordered an early release for Brabham motorist Reutemann, who was to displace the easygoing but promptly Clay Regazzoni for ’7 7. Lauda promptly out performed his teammates, and levered off his manner obliging three cars to run in Monza. Asked the subsequent year whether he regarded Reutemann as perhaps a rival or a teammate, Lauda replied “Neither. ” Reutemann won the second round & rsquo; 7 7, as his teammate disappeared to fourth, however, Lauda went onto earn the championship.

10: Nigel Mansell & Alain Prost (Ferrari)

10: Nigel Mansell & Alain Prost (Ferrari)

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There are two trains of thought with this: Prost was a master in flexing ateam to his will into the sin of his teammate, or he had been a complete genius at mind-games which Mansell’s paranoia couldn’t handle. When Prost combined Ferrari for its 1990 season, on the run after his tumultuous partnership with Senna in McLaren (more of that anon), Mansell was already ensconced and believed himself that an ‘equal numberone ’ motorist. At the middle of the summer season, Mansell threw up his gloves in the air — literally and announced he’d retire from the game, blindsided by what he felt was Prost (who’d bothered to understand Italian, unlike Mansell) turning the team against him to the verge of becoming rancid equipment and treatment. 

Just as a window to the long run, Senna and his initial cards played by studying the Lotus team management. Senna were able to persuade the team to switch a number mechanics and engineer Nigel Stepney he steered on his vehicle, and de Angelis so on felt undermined in what had been lsquo or her his;dwelling. ’ The drivers came to blows at Kyalami, the penultimate race of the summer season, since Elio, despite his own charm had a short fuse. Observing Italian’s decision to leave for Brabham (a institution that would end in tragic situation ), Senna insisted on a subservient team mate and so vetoed the team’s choice of Derek Warwick, his leverage that if Warwick was hired, then he too would leave and combine Brabham. Imagine de Angelis’if that’d happened s delight!

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World winner Alonso came in McLaren expecting an easy ride, as his GP2 winner teammate would take a while no? No! Hamilton was a thorn in his side by the very first corner in Melbourne, and afterwards pushing Alonso much tougher than he enjoyed (and being quite chippy about it) in Monaco and holding him off in a straight fight to win at Indianapolis, matters came to a head in Hungary, where Alonso experimented with sabotage Hamilton’s qualifying attempt (this might afterwards back-fire as the FIA gave him a grid penalty). Their in fighting ended with them tied on points, allowing although Alonso didn & rsquo; t seem to upset about any of it on the podium in Brazil — Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen to steal the title by just one point. He had been only happy that Hamilton hadn’t won.

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Not for the first time in his career, easygoing Clay Regazzoni found himself replaced in a winning team. And maybe not for the very first time, Reutemann found no welcome mat laid out for him by the team . Jones didn’t enjoy the idea of dividing points with a team mate that is super-quick though Carlos had consented to play with with a number two role. Then Jones, well aware how strong their Williams FW07B was in 1980, came to resent the fact that his teammate had slumped to “90 percentage manner ” and wasn’t carrying more points from title competition, Brabham’s Nelson Piquet. Finally the strain burst after rsquo & 1981;s second around in Brazil if Reutemann disobeyed team orders, ignored the gig on Williams’ pitboard, and beat on Jones.