The 25 Greatest Formula 1 Drivers of All-Time

24. David Coulthard

Wins & Podiums: 13 W, 62 P

David Coulthard may have never won a World Drivers’ Championship, but he was certainly one of the top drivers for much of his career. In 1994, Coulthard succeeded the iconic Ayrton Senna at Williams — he finished in 8th place. In his sophomore campaign, Coulthard earned eight podiums — including his first victory — en route to a 3rd place finish for the WDC. After joining McLaren in advance of the ’96 season, DC put together a great stretch of driving. From ’96-02, Coulthard finished no lower than 5th place for the WDC title. During that span he ended the year in 3rd, 3rd, 4th, 3rd, 2nd, and 5th.

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