With names like Schumacher, Loeb, Johnson and Rossi, choosing a Driver of the Decade proved to be a difficult task. Our experts made their picks. Now it's your turn.
Six consecutive NHRA Top Fuel championships. 2008 Driver of the Year. How can Tony Schumacher not be considered ESPN.com's Driver of the Decade?
How can a driver who retired after the 2008 season be a candidate for ESPN's Driver of the Decade? Simple ... if your name is Bernd Schneider.
Many consider Michael Schumacher the best driver ever to sit in a race car. But was the seven-time F1 champ good enough to be ESPN.com's Driver of the Decade?
You don't have to race with fenders to be in contention for ESPN.com's Driver of the Decade honor. Remember Valentino Rossi, the fastest man on two wheels?
How good is Sebastien Loeb? He won the 2006 World Rally title even after missing the final four events because of injury. Is he ESPN.com's Driver of the Decade?
Tom Kristensen is a seven-time winner this decade of the famed 24 Hours of Le Mans. Is he ESPN.com's Driver of the Decade?
No one has been more dominant in Sprint Cup this decade than Jimmie Johnson, the defending four-time champion. Could he be ESPN.com's Driver of the Decade?
No one else has won the IndyCar Series championship three times. But are Sam Hornish Jr.'s credentials enough to make him ESPN.com's Driver of the Decade?