2 Kimi Raikkonen(Racing driver)
3 Jenson Button(Formula One driver)
4 Carlos Sainz Sr.(Rally driver)
5 Sergio Pérez(Racing driver who took his first Formula One podium at the 2012 Malaysian Grand Prix)
Starting racing at age 6, Mexican racing driver Sergio Pérez, nicknamed Checo, scripted history by scoring more points than any Mexican in Formula One history. The winner of titles such as the 2020 Sakhir Grand Prix and the 2021 Azerbaijan Grand Prix, he is now associated with Red Bull Racing.
6 Bruce McLaren(Motorcycle racer, Racecar driver)
Bruce McLaren was a New Zealand engineer, inventor, racing car designer, and driver. He is credited with founding McLaren Automotive in 1963. Formula One's successful team, McLaren, is named after him. McLaren has been inducted into various halls of fame, including the New Zealand Sports Hall of Fame, Motorsports Hall of Fame of America, and International Motorsports Hall of Fame.
7 Sébastien Loeb(Rally driver)
8 Romain Grosjean(French GP2 series champion, began competing in Formula One in 2009)
Romain Grosjean is a racing driver who spent nine Formula One seasons with several teams. In 2011, he won the GP2 Series as well as the GP2 Asia Series, becoming the first two-time GP2 Asia champion. He currently competes in the US-based IndyCar Series.
9 Juan Pablo Montoya(Racecar driver)
10 Nigel Mansell(Formula One driver)
11 Travis Pastrana(American Professional Motorsports Competitor Known for His Racing Series 'Nitro Rallycross')
Motorsports competitor and stunt artist Travis Pastrana has won several X Games gold medals, in categories such as motocross, supercross, and freestyle motocross. He launched a reality show called Nitro Circus, which later became a media company. He also hosts and extreme sports event and has been part of NASCAR.
12 Mika Häkkinen(Finnish racing driver)
13 Sébastien Ogier(Rally driver)
14 Damon Hill(Formula One driver, Businessperson)
15 Keke Rosberg(Formula One driver, Racecar driver)
16 Juan Manuel Fangio(Entrepreneur, Formula One driver, Racecar driver)
Juan Manuel Fangio was an Argentine race car driver who dominated the first 10 years of Formula One racing. He won the World Drivers' Championship on five occasions, a record which was broken by Michael Schumacher after 46 years. Juan Manuel Fangio is also the only Argentine racer to have won the prestigious Argentine Grand Prix.
17 Jim Clark(Formula One driver, Farmer)
18 Ken Block(Rally driver)
Hoonigan Racing driver Ken Block has had many accomplishments throughout his career, including 16 Rally American wins. He also has 5 X Games medals in his kitty. His globally hit YouTube videos of the Gymkhana series drew over 500 million views. His interests also include sports such as skateboarding and snowboarding.
19 Graham Hill(British racing driver)
20 Nelson Piquet(Racecar driver)
21 Jean Todt(Motor racing executive, Rally Driver)
French former rally driver Jean Todt has been the director of Peugeot Talbot Sport and the principal of the Scuderia Ferrari Formula 1 team. He was also the CEO of Ferrari and the president of the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile, and was named the UN’s Special Envoy for Road Safety.
22 Casey Stoner(Motorcycle racer, Racing driver)
23 Petter Solberg(Rally driver)
Norwegian rally and rallycross driver Petter Solberg was a teenager when he won the Norwegian Tamiya Cup and later won 10 FIA World Rallycross Championships and 13 World Rally Championships. He is married to Pernilla Walfridsson, who is herself a leading former rally driver and the daughter of rally driver Per-Inge "Pi" Walfridsson.
24 Jochen Rindt(Race car driver from Germany who won the 24 Hours of Le Mans race in 1965)
25 Richard Burns(Race car driver)
26 Paul di Resta(Racecar driver)
27 Marco Simoncelli(Motorcycle racer)
Marco Simoncelli was an Italian motorcycle racer. From 2002 to 2011, Simoncelli competed in the Grand Prix motorcycle racing and won the 2008 Grand Prix Championship. While competing in the 2011 Malaysian Grand Prix on 23 October, Simoncelli lost control over his motorcycle and was run over by other vehicles on the track. He died of wounds at age 24.
28 Takuma Sato(Racecar driver)
29 Eddie Irvine(Racecar driver)
30 Pastor Maldonado(Racing driver)
31 Tommi Mäkinen(Racing driver)
32 John Surtees(Formula One driver, Motorcycle racer, Manager)
33 Jody Scheckter(South African racing driver)
The only Formula One World Champion from Africa, Jody David Scheckter made his debut at the US Grand Prix in 1972, shortly after moving from South Africa to Britain. Two years later he registered his first win with the Swedish Grand Prix. His last win was at the 1979 Italian Grand Prix. In 1980, he retired from motor racing.
34 Bruno Senna(Formula One racer who followed the footsteps of his uncle, former world champion Ayrton Senna)
Bruno Senna is a Brazilian racing driver best known for his brief Formula One career from 2010 to 2012. In 2012, he became the 19th driver to receive the Lorenzo Bandini Trophy. Bruno Senna has also appeared on TV shows such as Vroom Vroom.
35 Giancarlo Fisichella(Racecar driver)
Giancarlo Fisichella, also known as Giano, has three Formula One World Championship wins in his kitty. The popular racing driver also captains the Nazionale Piloti football team. Throughout his career, he has raced for teams such as Renault, Force India, and Ferrari. He is related to a Sicilian noble family.
36 Jack Brabham(Formula One driver, Directeur sportif)
Jack Brabham was an Australian professional racing driver best remembered for winning the Formula One World Championship thrice during his illustrious career that lasted 15 years. He is credited with founding the eponymous Formula One racing team and racing car manufacturer. Early in his career, Brabham contributed immensely to the design of racing cars introduced by the Cooper Car Company.
37 Ari Vatanen(Rally driver, Politician)
38 Juha Kankkunen(Rally driver)
39 Gerhard Berger(Formula One driver)
40 Clay Regazzoni(Racing driver)
Iconic Swiss Ferrari F-1 racing driver Clay Regazzoni first gained prominence with his Italian Grand Prix in 1970. In spite of being partially paralyzed after an accident in 1980, he continued to compete in races. In late 2006, his car hit a lorry on an Italian highway, causing his death.
41 Kamui Kobayashi(Racecar driver)
42 Heikki Kovalainen(Formula One driver)
43 Marcus Grönholm(Rally driver)
44 Will Power(Racing Driver)
45 Jean Alesi(Racecar driver, Racing driver)
46 Jacky Ickx(Formula One driver, Rally driver, Motorcycle racer, Racecar driver)
47 Stig Blomqvist(Rally driver)
48 Jarno Trulli(Racecar driver)
49 Alberto Ascari(Italian racing driver)
A multitalented racing driver and twice Formula One World Champion, Alberto Ascari began his racing career with motorcycles, eventually shifting to automobiles, making his debut at Mille Miglia. Later, he started participating in other events, winning a total of thirteen races, including 1951 German Grand Prix and 1953 Swiss Grand Prix before passing away at the age of 36 while testing a car.
50 Robby Gordon(Racecar driver, Rally driver, NASCAR team owner)
Robby Gordon is an auto racing driver who has raced in NASCAR, CART, Trans-Am, IndyCar, IMSA, and Dakar Rally. He began his career in off-road racing and also participated in selected Traxxas TORC Series events. He owns the Stadium Super Trucks, a short course off-road racing series he launched in 2013. He also operates the Speed family of brands.