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Top 10 Arrows F1 drivers ranked: Hill, Warwick, Fittipaldi and more

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

Autosport Podcast: Ranking the top 10 Arrows F1 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 forgotten member of F1’s greatest rookie crop Plus

The forgotten member of F1’s greatest rookie crop

The 2001 Formula 1 season unveiled three shining lights who would take the challenge to Michael Schumacher – but also delivered a harsh lesson in F1’s cut-throat nature to the fourth member, Arrows driver Enrique Bernoldi

Arrows' heartbreak and a wild finish - F1's 300th GP Plus

Arrows' heartbreak and a wild finish - F1's 300th GP

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

Does F1's cloud have a silver (Arrows) lining? Plus

Does F1's cloud have a silver (Arrows) lining?

Changes to the construction of Pirelli's tyres in time for this weekend's German GP look set to help Mercedes and its overheating woes. Jonathan Noble explains

Thursday form guide: Silver Arrows on target Plus

Thursday form guide: Silver Arrows on target

Mercedes duo Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton surprised no one with their one-lap speed during Thursday practice. Mark Hughes asks if the W04s can do 78 laps out front

F1 narrows tyre choice to Michelin, Avon

Formula 1 teams are set to decide between Michelin and Cooper Avon as the sport's tyre supplier from next year, according to Williams technical director Sam Michael

Raikkonen narrows future to three teams

McLaren's Formula One title contender Kimi Raikkonen says there are only three teams that can hope to sign him for 2007

Super Aguri could run old Arrows cars

The Japanese Super Aguri team seeking to enter Formula One with Honda engines next year is negotiating to buy four-year-old Arrows cars from former Minardi boss Paul Stoddart

Arrows chassis impresses Minardi in test

Minardi boss Paul Stoddart is enthused by the development potential of the 2002 Arrows chassis, after Jos Verstappen and Nicolas Kiesa completed a back-to-back comparative test of the machine with the team's current PS03 car at Mugello

Arrows Chassis Shines in Minardi's Comparison Test

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.

Minardi to test 2002 Arrows at Mugello

Minardi will hold a back-to-back test of its current PS03 Formula 1 car with the 2002 Arrows A23 machine, which team owner Paul Stoddart purchased at an auction in June, at Mugello next week

Minardi to Test Last Year's Arrows Next Week

Minardi will see what they can learn from last year's Arrows car when they test it alongside their own PS03 Formula One car in Italy next month.

Minardi to Run Comparative Test with Arrows Cars

The Minardi team will test the five 2002 Formula One cars bought from the failed Arrows team to compare them against their own and see how they compare.

Minardi Buy Arrows F1 Cars

Minardi have bought five Arrows A23 cars from the failed Formula One team's receivers, a spokesman said today.

Judge Attacks Walkinshaw's Running of Arrows

A High Court judge, clearing the way for a multi-million pound claim against beleaguered Arrows boss Tom Walkinshaw by his former team backers, said on Friday that he had been "in over his head" running a Formula One team.

Arrows loses survival fight

The Arrows Formula 1 team has lost its prolonged survival battle after it was placed into liquidation on Tuesday, bringing an end to an adventure that began in 1978 yet yielded no wins

Winding Up Order Granted Against Arrows

Former Arrows driver Heinz-Harald Frentzen effectively hammered the final nail into the coffin of the troubled team after a judge granted his winding up petition against them.

Arrows Appoint Administrative Receivers

The moribund Arrows Formula One team have appointed administrative receivers to manage the company's affairs after being barred from this year's Championship.

Arrows calls in receivers

Arrows boss Tom Walkinshaw has made a final bid for his team's survival by calling in administrative receivers to take control

Behring pulls out of Arrows

The Arrows Formula 1 team's fortunes have taken another substantial blow as stories coming out of Germany report that Oliver Behring, the man behind German Grand Prix Racing, has broken his contact with the team

German Investor Calls Off Arrows Deal

A possible buyout deal of the struggling Arrows Formula One team has been called off by the German Grand Prix Racing company, according to its managing director Oliver Behring.

Bank Launches Court Action Against Arrows

Investment bank Morgan Grenfell began a high court action against Arrows on Tuesday, a week after Formula One's governing body barred the team from competing in next year's Championship.

Mass redundancies at Arrows

The remaining staff at Arrows have been made redundant, almost certainly signalling the end of one of Formula 1's oldest yet least successful teams

Exclusive: Arrows Staff Made Redundant

The future of the struggling Arrows Grand Prix team was plunged into further doubt today when sources at the team confirmed the staff have been made redundant.

Jordan Sympathizes with Arrows

Formula One team boss Eddie Jordan expressed his sympathies for Tom Walkinshaw, after his Arrows team were denied entry to the 2003 World Championship.

Arrows Confirm Appeal Plans

Struggling Arrows have told Formula One's governing body that they will fight to be reinstated in next year's Championship.

Arrows to appeal entry rejection

Arrows will launch an appeal against the decision of motorsport governing body the FIA to reject the team's entry for the 2003 Formula 1 world championship

Grapevine: Arrows Plan to Battle On

Arrows bosses have said today they will battle to secure the future of the cash-strapped team despite being denied entry to the 2003 Formula One World Championship.

Analysis: No Curtain Call for Arrows

Arrows appeared to have reached the end of the Formula One road today, after motorsport's governing body threw out their application to enter the 2003 Championship.

Arrows Formula 1 entry rejected

The future of Arrows has been dealt another severe blow - motorsport governing body the FIA has rejected the team's entry for the 2003 Formula 1 World Championship

Behring Claims Arrows Deal is Close

The struggling Arrows team are set to be saved by the end of next week after German Oliver Behring insisted his German Grand Prix Racing company are in the final stages of the buyout.

Arrows Bid Put on Hold Pending Legal Hearing

A bid by Formula One team Arrows to put themselves into administration while they seek to secure a financial rescue deal is to be put on hold after a High Court ruling today.

Arrows Submit Entry for the 2003 F1 Season

The struggling Arrows team intend to race on next year, after meeting an official deadline to enter the 2003 World Championship.

Asset Trust & Partners Behind Arrows Buyout

German company Asset Trust & Partners has claimed to be negotiating a buyout deal with the Arrows Formula One team, according to the company's managing director Oliver Behring.

Arrows Seek Legal Protection

The Arrows team, which is in danger of being wound up for debts owed to former driver Heinz-Harald Frentzen, sought legal protection on Wednesday while it finalised a cash rescue deal.

Arrows confirms team buy-in

The troubled Arrows Formula 1 team has announced it has signed a contract with unnamed German-based investors

Arrows Confirm Contract with German Investor

The Arrows Formula One team have agreed and signed contracts with some German-based investors for the introduction of substantial new equity into the team, the struggling Grand Prix squad announced today.

Arab investors rumoured for Arrows

The Arrows Formula 1 team could be saved from extinction by Arab investors, if rumours in the Italian media prove to be true

Grapevine: Arrows Edging Closer to Salvation

Sources close to the dormant Arrows team revealed today that ongoing negotiations to secure a rescue deal are "getting close" to a successful conclusion.

Arrows settles out-of-court

Tom Walkinshaw's Arrows team has avoided another appearance at London's High Court after reaching an out-of-court agreement with the Inland Revenue

Arrows Reach Out-of-Court Settlement

Arrows have reached an out-of-court settlement with Britain's Inland Revenue to avoid a return to London's High Court, the team have said.

Arrows Unlikely to Get Back on Track in 2002

Arrows are to miss the U.S. Formula One Grand Prix and probably the season-ending race in Japan as well, amid continuing uncertainty about their survival.

Arrows Will Not Go to Indianapolis

The cash-strapped Arrows Grand Prix team will not compete in next weekend's United States Grand Prix at Indianapolis, their engine suppliers Cosworth confirmed on Friday.

Arrows to miss rest of season

The Arrows Formula 1 team is almost certain to miss the final two grands prix of the 2002 season, according to a story in this week's AUTOSPORT magazine

Arrows Fail to Show Up for Scrutineering

The Arrows team did not present their cars by Thursday's preliminary scrutineering deadline for Sunday's Italian Grand Prix, meaning they will miss their third race in a row and fourth out of the last five.

No Formal Action Against Arrows Yet, Says FIA

No formal action will be taken against the troubled Arrows Formula One team at present despite its "continuing failure" to race at Grands Prix, motor sport's ruling body said today.

Arrows Set to Miss Italian Grand Prix

Arrows are set to miss this weekend's Italian Formula One Grand Prix, a source close to the team said today.

Arrows given High Court lifeline

Arrows has been given a 28-day reprieve by the British High Court in its fight to stop the Formula 1 team going out of business

Arrows Must Pay to Get Engines, Says Cosworth Boss

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.

Frentzen Heads Queue of Arrows Creditors

German driver Heinz-Harald Frentzen has taken over at the head of a queue of creditors seeking to wind up the struggling Arrows Formula One team, lawyers and his manager said on Tuesday.

Arrows faces court

Arrows has paid a creditor which was trying to have it wound up, but may still face a court hearing today

Arrows Pay Creditor, F1 Future Still Uncertain

Arrows have paid a creditor seeking to wind up the struggling team but their future in Formula One and involvement in this weekend's Italian Grand Prix remained uncertain on Monday.

FIA considers Arrows case

Motorsport governing body the FIA has received the explanation it requested from Arrows on why the team has missed two races this year, and is considering whether it should take action against Tom Walkinshaw's squad

Arrows Respond to FIA Deadline

Arrows are still fighting for their Formula One future after writing to the sport's governing body to explain their absence from Sunday's Belgian Grand Prix.

Arrows must explain force majeure

Grand Prix racing's governing body, the FIA, has demanded Arrows to produce written documentation explaining their non-participation in the Belgian Grand Prix, the second race that the team has missed this season

Arrows Running Out of Time, Says Ecclestone

Arrows' hopes of staying alive in Formula One depend on the team proving that a sale of the team is imminent, the sport's chief Bernie Ecclestone said today.

Grapevine: Verstappen Could Spell the End of Arrows

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.

Arrows Withdraw from the Belgian GP (Updated)

The Arrows team announced this afternoon their withdrawal from the Belgian Grand Prix, stating the team are still in legal talks with a potential buyer, and would not want to jeopardise these negotiations.

Arrows to miss Belgian Grand Prix

Arrows has run out of time to free itself to compete in this weekend's Belgian Grand Prix as the team's ownership saga rumbles on