Andrea de Cesaris on his F1 career

Andrea de Cesaris on his F1 career

Andrea de Cesaris, who died on Sunday, made a big impression in his colourful career despite never winning a race. In this interview from 2006, he looks back on his F1 years with TIM REDMAYNE

When Andrea de Cesaris returned to racing in the Grand Prix Masters series in 2006, he reflected on his long Formula 1 career in this interview with AUTOSPORT's TIM REDMAYNE

It is quite a measure of Andrea de Cesaris' ability that he continued to land drives with team after team, despite never actually winning a grand prix.

He is still fifth in the all-time list of most experienced F1 drivers, thanks to starting 208 GPs. Only Riccardo Patrese, Michael Schumacher, Rubens Barrichello and Gerhard Berger have started more races, and they all are multiple race winners.

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