The Formula 1 paddock is littered with ex-racing drivers.
Some are retired former greats, some had good topline careers without quite hitting such heights, and some never made it to grand prix racing, their careers either stalling in the junior formulas or taking them down other avenues.
It might come as a surprise to some that Red Bull team principal Christian Horner is one of those drivers.
From 1992-98, Horner raced single-seaters before devoting himself full-time to running the Arden team in International F3000.
To continue reading this feature, join Autosport Plus today.
Are you an Autosport magazine subscriber? Activate your online account
- Your Autosport Plus membership includes:
- Unlimited access to Autosport's news - no monthly cap.
- Read the best motorsport features, analysis and opinion.
- Explore Forix, our comprehensive motorsport stats database.
- Choose from a monthly or yearly membership.