In its 70 years spearheading the world of international motorsport, Formula 1's history is littered with seminal events, controversy and stories as-yet-untold. In those seven decades of history, its biggest names carry the most weight.
When the Lotus name returned to the grid in 2010, it bore the fortunes of the great Team Lotus marque on its shoulders, and optimistically carried a flat cap to throw in the air - in a manner akin to its founder Colin Chapman - in the event of victory. Sadly, that never came to pass.
But just as the Lotus team was admitted, at very short notice, to the 2010 grid as late as September 2009, it cemented the end of another great name's attempts to re-immerse itself in F1.