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Video: Ten worst ways to leave F1

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Video: Ten worst ways to leave F1
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May 6, 2018, 2:28 PM

What's the perfect way to end a Formula 1 career? Throughout the championship's history, many more drivers have got it wrong than got it right.

It's rare that drivers get to 'do a Nico Rosberg' and leave while on top. Many don't want to retire when things are going well, which means they stick around until their fortunes have taken a downward turn.

Here, we count down the top 10 bad endings to F1 careers, with several world champions making our list.

Was there anybody we missed out? Let us know on Twitter or through our Facebook page.

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