Who's the greatest driver of all-time? Michael Schumacher? Maybe Alain Prost? Ayrton Senna perhaps? In an exclusive interview with CNN, three-time Formula One world champion, Jackie Stewart had no hesitation in naming his choice for the greatest driver of all-time.
And so it ended how it began, with the initial favorite -- and highest paid driver -- taking the glory of the 2007 Formula One World Championship. But, for much of the season right up to immediately before yesterday's Brazilian Grand Prix, Kimi Raikkonen seemed the man least likely to succeed of the three drivers in contention for the title.
In the commercials for the Spanish bank Santander, they are back-slapping pals, but the gritted teeth and petulant stares of Fernando Alonso, and the blank-faced disingenuousness of Lewis Hamiton in the press conference after Hungary's Grand Prix, point to a bitter and simmering feud which threatens to tear apart the McLaren team.