Perennial no.2 drivers. The unluckiest of the lot. Those bound by team orders for most of their careers or hampered by cars that were not good enough to challenge the other top guns of the sport. We take at these rather unlucky drivers from the past decade in Formula One. The parameter for this selection includes minimum 100 races, and should have raced for one of the elite teams in F1. (Text Sportskeeda)
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