The 2017 Formula 2 season may have been the first season under a new name, but it marked the end of the era for one of the greatest single-seater cars of all time.
It seems fitting that the last year for such an exciting and beloved generation of F1’s main feeder series, would be dominated by such a special talent.
From his charge from 14th to first place in the Spanish sprint race to achieving seven pole positions in the first eight races, Charles Leclerc has been exceptional from day one.
We’re not going to conceal the fact that he’s our number one, because who could else could it really be?
But where should his defeated opposition rank? Click below to find out.