Consistent and calculated – David Coulthard's F1 career was a far cry from Ayrton Senna's, the man he was brought in to replace at Williams following the Brazilian's death in 1994.
His style was smooth and considered, full of poise, free of drama. That style earned him a second place finish in the 2001 championship (behind Michael Schumacher) and third place in 1998.
The Scot raced for three of the sport's biggest teams – Williams, McLaren and Red Bull – in a 14-year career. He won 13 of his 247 races and secured 12 poles and 62 podium finishes.
That he never won an F1 title was probably down to a combination of circumstance and his inability to get the best out of his car across the different race tracks that make up the Formula One calendar.
But 'DC's' highs – victories in Monaco and at his home Grand Prix – were truly special and he has forged a career as a highly-respected motorsport broadcaster since his F1 retirement in 2008.
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