Coulthard: what splits the good and the great

Coulthard: what splits the good and the great

He could beat Hakkinen and Schumacher on his day, but never overcame them in a title fight. DAVID COULTHARD gives a candid in-depth account of the difference between a good F1 driver and a truly great one

There aren't too many Formula 1 drivers who end their careers without an overinflated opinion of their own ability. David Coulthard, who drove at the top level from 1994 to 2008, is one of the few who didn't.

In his second career, in the media, Coulthard is very honest - to the point of self-deprecation - about his skills during his first metier.

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