How come this man doesn't have his own thread yet? DC is a true Gentleman and a credit to the sport we love. If it wasn't for him pushing for Safety in the 90's and 00's and even now when he's retired, we would have seen more deaths in F1 after the very sad weekend in San Marino back in 1994. DC was always the nearly man when it came to his F1 career piped to the title on more than one occassion by either Hakkinen and Schumacher. I wouldn't say DC was a number 2 either in his career. DC in his 247 Grand prix starts scored 13 wins, 62 podiums, 535 points, 12 poles and 18 fastest laps. DC at this current time is the all time points record holder for a Britain in F1. Can Hamilton or Button break his points tally of 535? DC has only raced for 3 times in F1 and all are British based: Coulthard drove for Williams back in 1994 and 95, moved to Mclaren in 1996 and stayed until 2004 and went on to finish his career at Red Bull between 2005 and 2008. Coulthards entry to F1 was under pretty awful circuimstances he was the driver that replaced Senna after that horrible San Marino GP in 1994. But in his time in F1 his teammates have been Damon Hill, Mika Hakkinen, Kimi Raikkonen, Christain Klien, Liuzzi and Mark Webber. In 2008 after a 14 year stay in F1 DC decided to hang up his driving gloves and ended his F1 career on the first lap of the Brazilian GP. Over to you guys to debate about DC then!