There are many Formula 1 fans saying that some of the current crop of drivers aren’t cut out to be in F1. However if you compare the current crop to the drivers of the past who made it to the top level of motorsport, the likes of Max Chilton & Giedo van der Garde are superstars in comparism. Let’s take a look of who’s been there but really weren’t cut out to be.
Jean-Denis Deletraz – Switzerland
Total Races Entered: 3.
Total Starts: 3.
Drove for: Larrousse, Pacific.
Total Points: 0.
The pay-driver tag definately belongs to this Swiss driver. He replaced Erik Comas for the 1994 season finale for the Larrousse team in Adelaide, Australia, and qualified 25th out of 28. Unfortunately his race pace wasn’t up to much, and within 10 laps he had been lapped, and when he retired on lap 60, he was an amazing…
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