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No Formula 1 team has started more races without winning one than Arrows, although it came close on several occasions. Twenty years on from the team's demise, Autosport takes on the task of ranking its best drivers
The Arrows Formula 1 team was a mainstay of the world championship for 24 years between 1978 and 2002, with its perennial underdog status earning widespread admiration.
The 300th world championship race came just as the ground effect aero revolution was about to explode. Eventual champion Lotus did win the 1978 South African Grand Prix, but it's best remembered as the race Arrows should've won
The Minardi team today carried out at the Mugello circuit a comparative test between their current PS03 chassis and the old A23 car from the Arrows team.
Arrows will have to reach an agreement on the substantial sum of money owed to engine suppliers Cosworth if they are to take to the track at this weekend's Italian Grand Prix.
Jos Verstappen, who was fired from Arrows at the end of the 2001 season, could be the man to bring down Tom Walkinshaw's team, as he prepares to file for a winding-up order on the team.