Heinz-Harald Frentzen was a team mate of Michael Schumacher while driving Sauber-Mercedes sports cars in the earlier nineties.
Frentzen arrived in Formula 1 with Sauber in 1994. Frank Williams signed him up in 1995 to replace Damon Hill in 1997, but Frentzen won just once for the team and left in 1998.
He resurrected his career with Jordan, winning twice for them in 1999 and coming within striking distance of the championship.
But new team mate Jarno Trulli proved his undoing in 2000 and Jordan dropped him halfway through the following season. He returned with Arrows in 2002 but the team folded after the British Grand Prix.
In his swansong season with Sauber in 2003 he gave them a podium finish in his penultimate race, but was replaced by Felipe Massa. He later raced in the German Touring Car Championship (DTM).