Throughout the course of their careers, Formula One drivers tend to take in the sights at more than one team.
In the process, the best ones usually end up spending at least a year or two at the "dream" team—the constructor either they, the team or their fans would love to see them at.
But sometimes these dream partnerships never comes to pass. A driver who would suit a team for emotional, personal or nationalistic reasons goes his whole career without ever finding that perfect marriage.
Or in some cases, that perfect second marriage.
Here are 10 examples from F1 history of driver-and-team combinations which might have worked beautifully—but which, for a variety of reasons, never became a reality.