Formula 1 has a rich history of 'super-sub' drivers whose last-minute stand-ins displays paved the way for their careers in the sport.
Michael Schumacher's F1 career famously started with a late call-up to Jordan for the 1991 Belgian Grand Prix after Bertrand Gachot was incarcerated, while Sebastian Vettel's debut came as a stand-in for the injured Robert Kubica at Indianapolis in 2007.
But there have been very few super-subs in F1 recently. Through 2018 and '19, all 20 drivers competed in every single race. A handful of changes took place in 2017 as Antonio Giovinazzi, Pierre Gasly, Brendon Hartley, Jenson Button and, most surprising of all, Paul di Resta made stand-in appearances due to a mixture of injuries, calendar clashes and driver market changes. None recorded a finish any higher than P12.