Eddie Irvine for Jordan, 1995 European Grand Prix.
Another pole position and a fastest lap weren’t enough for Ascari to secure victory with fellow Italian and team mate Nino Farina taking victory at the Green Hill in 1953.
The 1985 McLaren-TAG team was well equipped with two great drivers at different ends to their careers.
Niki Lauda had just won his third world title the year before by half a point over team mate Alain Prost, who would go on to win his first of four world titles in 1985. The two drivers had greatly differing luck in 1985, with Niki Lauda stricken by unreliability whilst Prost put together a string of good results to clinch the title.
Patrick Depailler, 1974 German GP.
Patrick would crash out on lap 5, but his team mate, future World Champion Jody Scheckter, would finish second behind Swiss-Italian driver Clay Regazonni for Ferrari.