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GP Week : Issue 234
You don't judge the dancing of a performing bear so much on the quality of the performance as the fact that the animal can do it at all. It's no insult to Max to compare him with the bear, because in his case he not only learned to master an F1 car at the age of just 17 but also did so with such aplomb that he's guaranteed himself a future place with a top team. It was risky, though: that failed pass on Grosjean at Monaco could have turned out much worse. driver of the year: max verstappen This bloke's personal behaviour is getting even more annoying, but he's still pure gold in the car. Or at least he was until he unexpectedly went off the boil in the three races after he'd wrapped up his third world title. He says he made a mistake in the process of improving the set-up of his Benz. Let's hope he's right and that his lifestyle as one of the boyz in the 'hood hasn't gone to his head. 2. lewis hamilton 3. sebastian vettel One day we may find out why Seb faded away so dramatically in 2014, his final year at Red Bull, but it doesn't matter any more because he has rediscovered his mojo at Ferrari and established himself as the only consistent threat to the Benz steam-roller. Ferrari has always responded best when it has an inspirational driver, and Vettel looks set to get the famous horse prancing again in 2016. 14 GPWEEK.com // 14 GPWEEK.com // PARTNERS: OPINION