It's a familiar tale. A driver is given a chance in Formula One and then proves his worth. He competes in several seasons of Grand Prix racing and shows flashes of brilliance and potential that continually persuade team bosses and drivers to sign him, in the hope that he could turn into their next race winner.
He comes close to that elusive win a handful of times, but he never does. In hindsight, he blames his inability to ever win a Formula One race on a mixture of bad luck, stupid team decisions and other factors generally outside of his control.
But not Hans Joachim Stuck.