Fernando Alonso is F1's 'driver of the decade', according to Pedro de la Rosa. The HRT driver said that, in his opinion, his Spanish countryman has been even better in F1's modern history than Micha...
The HRT driver said that, in his opinion, his Spanish countryman has been even better in F1's modern history than Michael Schumacher, who won every world championship between 2000 and 2004.
Alonso, now at Ferrari, won his titles with Renault in 2005 and 2006.
De la Rosa told Mundo Deportivo: "I think Fernando was the best of the decade, over Michael.
"Why? Because no matter what the rules, he was always on top; with grooved tyres, with slicks, with blown diffusers, with double diffusers, with Pirelli, Bridgestone, Michelin ...
"If you look at it, he is the most complete."
As for the 2012 contest, however, de la Rosa has another favourite. Asked to pick this season's champion, he hesitated before answering: "I think (Lewis) Hamilton."