Better known to be part of Mastercard Lola’s failed foray into Formula One, Ricardo Rosset’s career in motorsport included tough stints in 1996-1998 in teams that were back-marker , damaging his reputation.
After impressing in his title-contending debut season in the 1995 Formula 3000 championship, Rosset secured a move to Formula One with all the Footwork team – that were transitioning to becoming the Arrows club, back – and – competing against Jos Verstappen.
Observing 1997, the following year’s failed Lola functioning he endured a trying season before becoming the British American boxing ensemble in 1999 at Tyrrell, that competed in their last season.
In general, results were poor and also, with different failures to be eligible and a best finish of eighth place in his career, Rosset returned to Brazil after the 1998 season along with his own reputation in tatters and he decided to focus on business adventures and life out of Formula One.
Rosset joins a long list of drivers who have already been judged to have’flopped’ at Formula One, but are you able to think of any drivers that never had a’proper’ chance at Formula One, or even drivers that you think deserved the opportunity in more competitive machines? Leave your ideas in the comments department.