Top 10 Most Handsome Racing Drivers In The World
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|Top 10 most handsome racing drivers in the world|
Fans of adventure never cease to be impressed by racing. There are several attractive, hot racing drivers in this dangerous sport.
Either motorcycles or automobiles are used in the sport of racing. This sport is played on various fields, and the competitors must be appealing to draw spectators. The majority of the most attractive and attractive racers have achieved great success by captivating audiences with their alluring personalities and incredible performances.
Who are the most handsome racing drivers in the world?
(Top 10 - Ranked by Knowinsiders.com)
10. Chandler Smith
Chandler Smith, an American stock car racing driver, was born on June 26, 2002. He is a full-time competitor in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, piloting Kyle Busch Motorsports' No. 18 Toyota Tundra. Smith, an ARCA Menards Series competitor who participated in Toyota Racing Development's driver development program, advanced to the Truck Series in 2021.
Smith won two races at Atlanta, one at Charlotte, and one at Bethel Motor Speedway in 2013 to claim the bandoleros national championship. At the Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway in 2018, Smith made his ARCA Racing Series debut and took the pole after qualifying was rained out. He led 51 laps while placing fifth overall. Smith dominated at Madison International Speedway in his fourth ARCA Series start, winning the first race after leading the most laps.
On September 15, 2018, Smith dominated at Salem Speedway, winning his second race by virtually leading every lap.
Smith would compete in 11 races for Venturini Motorsports during the 2019 season, it was announced on November 2, 2018. Due to age restrictions, Smith will compete primarily in short-track events.
Smith's decision to compete in the Truck Series for KBM part-time in 2020 was announced on March 3, 2020. Eight races were on his original schedule, all in the No. 51, and they were scheduled for Richmond, Dover, Michigan, Gateway, Bristol, Las Vegas, Talladega, and the season-ending Phoenix race. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, his schedule was changed. At Texas in November, Smith spun and criticized Tanner Gray for not being able to drive straight. Later, Ben Rhodes blamed Smith for a last-lap incident, though Smith never publicly accepted responsibility.
Smith was given the opportunity to drive the No. 18 for KBM on a full-time Truck Series schedule for 2021. At Knoxville, he came close to winning the first race of the series but lost the lead to Austin Hill during the final laps and attempts at the green-white-checkered flag. Despite being disqualified in the regular-season finale at Watkins Glen, Smith did just about make it into the playoffs in the 10th and final position.
9. Matt Tifft
In addition to being a team owner, Matthew Kenneth Tifft (born June 26, 1996) is a former American professional stock car racer. Prior to his 2019 season being cut short by health issues, he ran in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, driving the No. 36 Ford Mustang for Front Row Motorsports.
On November 27, 2018, it was revealed that Tifft would race in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series in the Front Row Motorsports No. 36 Ford Mustang GT and contend for the title of 2019 Rookie of the Year.
 To honor his mentor Ken Schrader, who raced with that number in the Winston Cup Series from 2000 to 2002, Tifft chose the number 36 for his racing car.  Prior to the Martinsville race, Tifft had a seizure and passed out in the team hauler. He was taken to the hospital and Matt Crafton had to take over driving the No. 36 for the remainder of the race. He missed the remainder of the 2019 season as a result of the seizure, and John Hunter Nemechek filled the No. 36 for the final three events. Tifft and FRM broke up on November 13 because Tifft wanted to put his health first and couldn't commit to a full-time 2020 schedule.
Tifft and B. J. McLeod acquired Archie St. Hilare's share of the Go Fas Racing charter on October 23, 2020. In 2021, the charter will be used exclusively by Tifft, McLeod, and Joe Falk, with Go Fas Racing operating on a part-time basis. Tifft would later claim in an interview that one of the factors in his decision to transition to team ownership at the time the team was established as Live Fast Motorsports was the uncertainty surrounding the continuation of his racing career due to health issues and his desire to stay involved in the sport. Additionally, he acknowledged in the interview that due to his health issues, doctors had advised him to retire after 2019. At 24 years old, Tifft was the youngest Cup Series team owner in 2021.
8. Joey Logano
Joseph Thomas Logano, also known as "Sliced Bread," is an American stock car racing driver who was born on May 24, 1990. He participates in the NASCAR Cup Series on a full-time basis, piloting the No. 22 Ford Mustang GT for Team Penske. The 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion was Logano. From 2009 to 2012, he previously raced the No. 20 Toyota Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing, earning two victories, 16 top-five finishes, and 41 top-ten finishes. In 2008, he part-time raced in the No. 96 Toyota Camry for Hall of Fame Racing and the No. 02 Toyota Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing.
In only his third Nationwide Series start of the 2008 season, Logano earned his first significant NASCAR victory at Kentucky Speedway during the Meijer 300. At 18 years and 21 days old, he set a new record for the youngest driver to win a Nationwide Series race. Casey Atwood, who was 18 years, 313 days old in 1999, was the previous youngest. When Logano won the 2009 Lenox Industrial Tools 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway at the age of 19 years, 35 days, he set a new record for the youngest Cup Series victor ever. Kyle Busch, who was 20 years, 125 days old in 2005, was the previous youngest. In two of NASCAR's three top divisions, Logano is currently the sport's youngest champion. Logano is also the first driver in NASCAR's three main divisions who was born in the 1990s. Only Trevor Bayne was younger than him when he won the Daytona 500 in 2015. He is also the Xfinity Series and Cup's youngest-ever champion driver.
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7. Kevin Magnussen
Danish racing driver Kevin Jan Magnussen, who will be driving for Chip Ganassi Racing in the 2021 WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, was born on October 5, 1992. In 2022, he will race for Peugeot Sport in the World Endurance Championship as well.
He is the offspring of Jan Magnussen, a four-time Le Mans GT class champion, GM factory driver, and former Formula One driver. Kevin Magnussen advanced through the Young Driver Program of the McLaren Formula One team, competing for McLaren in the 2014 Formula One World Championship before spending time with Renault in 2016. From 2017 through the end of the 2020 season, Magnussen was a driver for Haas.
In 2020, Magnussen continued to compete for Haas, this time teaming up with Grosjean. The Haas VF-20 lagged behind in the first two rounds of the championship at the Red Bull Ring, making things difficult for Magnussen and Haas. Due to a strategy choice made at the start of the race, Magnussen was third in the early stages of the Hungarian Grand Prix. Even though he ultimately slipped back throughout the race, he still managed to place ninth. When it was discovered after the race that Haas had broken the rules by ordering both drivers to pit at the conclusion of the formation lap, Magnussen was assessed a ten-second time penalty. As a result, he dropped to tenth, and Magnussen and Haas each earned their first point of the year. Magnussen's fifth retirement in nine races came as a result of a power unit failure at the Italian Grand Prix and being rear-ended in a multi-car accident at the Tuscan Grand Prix.
6. Sergio Perez
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Mexican racing driver Sergio Pérez Mendoza, better known by his stage name "Checo," competes in Formula One for Red Bull Racing after holding positions with Sauber, McLaren, Force India, and Racing Point in the past. At the 2020 Sakhir Grand Prix, he won his first Formula One race, shattering the previous mark of 190 starts prior to a victory.
Pérez participated in the Ferrari Driver Academy from 2007 to 2012. During the 2011 season, he made his Formula One debut while racing for Sauber. With Sauber, he finished third in the 2012 Malaysian Grand Prix, earning his first Formula One podium. He was dubbed "The Mexican Wunderkind" due to his youth and performance. For the 2013 season, Pérez joined McLaren, but the team failed to secure even a single podium finish. The team then made the decision to switch Pérez out for Kevin Magnussen for the 2014 campaign.
Pérez was signed by Force India to a €15 million contract for the 2014 season. When the Force India team entered administration in 2018 and was reorganized as the Racing Point team in 2019, he stayed with the organization. Racing Point and Pérez agreed to a three-year extension in 2019. Racing Point declared in September 2020 that Sebastian Vettel, a four-time F1 world champion, had been hired to take Pérez's place and that he would depart from the team at the conclusion of the current campaign. Pérez subsequently joined Red Bull Racing for the 2021 season, taking Alex Albon's place. Then, Pérez and the team triumphed in the 2021 Azerbaijan Grand Prix, giving him his second career Formula 1 victory.
5. Lewis Hamilton
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British racing driver Sir Lewis Carl Davidson Hamilton MBE HonFREng was born on January 7, 1985. He drove for McLaren from 2007 to 2012 and currently competes for Mercedes in Formula One. In Formula One, Hamilton holds the records for the most victories (99), pole positions (101) and podium finishes (174), among other things. He has won a record seven World Drivers' Championship titles, tied with Michael Schumacher.
In 1998, Hamilton, who was raised in Stevenage, Hertfordshire, enrolled in the McLaren Young Driver Program. Hamilton became the first and only black driver to compete in the Formula One series as a result of a 2007 Formula 1 drive with McLaren. Hamilton broke a lot of records that year even though he lost the championship to Kimi Räikkönen by one point. He overtook a competitor on the final lap of the season's final race the following season to win his first title and become the then-youngest Formula One World Champion in history. Hamilton signed a contract with Mercedes in 2013 following another four years with McLaren.
A highly successful period for Hamilton began when the rules were changed in 2014 to require the use of turbo-hybrid engines. During this time, Hamilton has won six more drivers' championships. In 2014 and 2015, while engaged in a heated rivalry with teammate Nico Rosberg, he won back-to-back championships. Following Rosberg's retirement, Sebastian Vettel of Ferrari became Hamilton's main rival in two close championship races. Hamilton twice overcame point deficits midseason to win consecutive championships again in 2017 and 2018. In 2019 and 2020, he won his third and fourth titles in a row to tie Schumacher's record of seven driver championships.
4. Lando Norris
British-Belgian racing driver Lando Norris (born November 13, 1999) competes in Formula One for McLaren while flying the British flag. In addition to the Toyota Racing Series, Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0, and Formula Renault 2.0 Northern European Cup in 2016, he also won the MSA Formula championship in 2015. In that same year, he also received the McLaren Autosport BRDC Award. The 2017 FIA Formula 3 European Championship was eventually won by him. The McLaren Young Driver Program included him.
At the Styrian Grand Prix, Norris started third, matching his previous best grid position after Bottas was given a grid penalty. He eventually came in fifth for the third straight race. At the Austrian Grand Prix the following weekend, he outperformed this qualifying finish, starting in second place after posting a time that was just 0.048 seconds slower than pole-sitter Max Verstappen's. After being found guilty of pushing Sergio Pérez off the track, Norris was assessed a penalty during the race. He earned his third podium of the year by placing third in the race. At the British Grand Prix on Friday, he recorded the sixth-fastest time. He then placed fifth in the new-format sprint qualifying and fourth in the overall standings. He rose to third place in the drivers' championship as a result of this performance.
For the Hungarian Grand Prix, Norris placed sixth in qualifying. He had a strong start and had moved up to third by the first corner when he was struck from behind by Bottas and forced into Verstappen. Due to severe damage, he was forced to retire under red flag conditions two laps later. Later, Bottas received two super licence points and a five-place grid penalty for the incident.
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3. Carlos Sainz Jr
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Carlos Sainz Vázquez de Castro, also known as Carlos Sainz Jr. or just Carlos Sainz, is a Spanish racing driver who competes in Formula One for Scuderia Ferrari. He was born on September 1, 1994. He is the nephew of rally driver Antonio Sainz and the son of two-time World Rally Champion Carlos Sainz. Sainz competed for Carlin in the 2012 British and European Formula 3 championships. Prior to joining Toro Rosso in Formula One, he competed for DAMS in the 2014 Formula Renault 3.5 season and won the championship.
Sainz terminated his contract with Red Bull Racing and moved to McLaren for the 2019 season. Sainz finished third at the 2019 Brazilian Grand Prix to earn his first-ever Formula One podium position. Before leaving for Ferrari at the end of that season, Sainz earned a second-place finish at Monza the following year, adding another podium to his collection.
By placing second at the 2021 Monaco Grand Prix and third at the 2021 Hungarian Grand Prix, both for Scuderia Ferrari, Sainz earned his third and fourth podiums.
2. Max Verstappen
Max Emilian Verstappen, a Belgian-Dutch racing driver who currently competes in Formula One for Red Bull Racing and runs under the Dutch flag, was born in the Netherlands on September 30, 1997. At the 2015 Australian Grand Prix, when he was 17 years, 166 days old, he set a new record for the youngest Formula One driver. Other Formula One "firsts" belong to him.
He began the 2016 season with Scuderia Toro Rosso, where he spent the 2015 season, before being promoted to the parent team Red Bull Racing after four races to take Daniil Kvyat's place. He became the youngest driver to ever win a Formula One Grand Prix and the first Dutch driver to do so when he won the 2016 Spanish Grand Prix on his Red Bull Racing debut at the age of 18.
He won several more races over the course of the following five seasons, including the first one for a Honda-powered driver since 2006. He placed third overall in the 2019 and 2020 championships. Verstappen signed a contract extension that will keep him with Red Bull through the end of the 2023 season.
He is Jos Verstappen's (a former Formula 1 driver) son.
1. Pierre Gasly
Pierre Gasly is a French racing driver who currently competes in Formula One for Scuderia AlphaTauri. He was born in France on February 7, 1996. In addition to finishing second in the 2014 Formula Renault 3.5 Series and the 2017 Super Formula Championship, he won the 2016 GP2 Series. At the 2017 Malaysian Grand Prix, he drove for Toro Rosso for the first time in Formula One. After switching places with Toro Rosso's Alexander Albon between the Hungarian and Belgian rounds to partner Daniil Kvyat, he moved back to Red Bull Racing in 2019. While competing for AlphaTauri, Gasly won his first Formula One race at the Italian Grand Prix in 2020.
Gasly's parents, Jean Jacques and Pascale, were both racing enthusiasts when he was born in Rouen, France. His father, Jean Jacques, has also competed in karting, endurance racing, and rallying, in addition to his grandfather, who was a karting competitor. Along with his four half-brothers—Phillipe Gasly and Paul Gasly, two paternal from his father's previous marriage, and Nicolas Caron and Cyril Caron, two maternal—Gasly is the youngest. At a nearby karting track in Anneville-Ambourville, Gasly had his first karting experience at the age of six. Gasly went karting with the late Anthoine Hubert when he was seven years old, attended the same private school as him, and they shared a room for a while.
In the beginning of his karting career, he was also close friends with Esteban Ocon and Charles Leclerc. He relocated to Milan in 2019. In addition to French, Gasly is fluent in Italian and English.
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