Always controversial and always subjective but how do you see the top 10 drivers this year? Here's my list: 1) Daniel Ricciardo - Rarely put a foot wrong all season. Let down by his own team twice when he could have won and had to contend with the arrival of F1's hottest talent his new teammate. Coped admirably. 2) Lewis Hamilton - Ten wins and clearly the fastest driver in the fastest car. Yes mechanical issues played their part but their were a number of mistakes this season which kept him off the top of the Championship and, I'm sure he'll be devastated to learn, my list. On most Sundays he remained unbeatable. 3) Max Verstappen - Got the call to join the big team and marked his debut with a win. Spent the remainder of the season putting some real fizz into race weekends. Would have placed higher on my list but he was kept honest by his team mate and still needs to calm down a bit. 4) Nico Rosberg - History will tell us that Hamilton lost the title with 10 wins but it will fail to mention Rosberg took 9. Add to that his 5 second places (two more than his teammate) and we have our world champion. Why is he 4th on my list? Because he's not been as quick as his teammate when all things are equal. 5) Sergio Perez - Another strong season from a consistently under rated driver. 16 top ten finishes including two podiums helped Force India to their best ever finish. Faster than his teammate, Perez will almost certainly never get another drive with one of the top teams but is good enough. 6) Carlos Sainz - Another driver who will almost certainly be overlooked but he has had a strong season in a car that was hampered by an old engine and under development as the season progressed. Got more points in that situation than his team deserved. 7) Sebastian Vettel - At times he was his brilliant self at others he was let down by poor strategy. At lot of the time his head wasn't in the game. Still class when on form though. 8) Fernando Alonso - No doubt the motorsport press will have him near the top of their lists. I don't see it quite like that but there's no doubt he has lifted the performance of the car at times this year. 9) Kimi Raikkonen - There's life in the old dog yet and for those who said he should have been put out to pasture he showed he still had the race craft to get the job done. Nowhere near the pace of those around him at the front of the grid but still a clever racer. 10) Romain Grosjean - Slips onto the list for that incredible start for Haas and then getting on with it for the rest of the season. A fine job all round.