You're making a new version of the Grand Prix Masters. Who are your drivers?
A follow-up to my post about the Grand Prix Masters series where I'm asking for your opinions!
As you may recall, a few days ago I posted an article about the failed Grand Prix Masters series and explained why I feel that it would work better if it was held now in the 2020s. If you haven't read that article yet, I'll link it down below so you can read it before you read on.
Would the short-lived series based on the success of the tennis and golf seniors tours be more successful if it had been held in the 2020s?
With this in mind, I thought I might put a question to all of you. If you were in charge of a new version of Grand Prix Masters, who would you pick as the driver lineup? There are some rules we have to abide by here though, you can't just select anyone! I've drawn up the rules for you all to be pretty much the same as the entry requirements for the original mid-00s Grand Prix Masters because, honestly, I think they were pretty sensible (although I have no idea how Alan Jones passed the medical with how much extra weight he had put on!).
The drivers must be around late 30s/early 40s at least in age
They must have done at least one season in F1
They have to be fit and healthy e.g. be able to pass a medical and be able to handle the g-forces of a near-F1 level car in terms of performance and cornering forces