David Coulthard moved to the head of the table of British points scorers in the Formula One World Championship thanks to his sixth place in the Malaysian Grand Prix.
The Scot edged ahead of 1992 World Champion Nigel Mansell by one point as he enjoys an Indian Summer with the Red Bull team.
But Coulthard’s total of 483 is still way short of all-time points leader Michael Schumacher, who is on a whopping 1188…
Fact File — British points scorers
1 David Coulthard — 483
2 Nigel Mansell — 482
3= Damon Hill — 360
3= Jackie Stewart — 360
5 Graham Hill — 289
6 Jim Clark — 274
7 Eddie Irvine — 191
8 Stirling Moss — 186.64
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