| 17 (1 start)|
| 27 May 1961 (age 54) (1961-05-27) |
Larrousse, Coloni, Rial
Enrico Bertaggia, Eddie Cheever, Piercarlo Ghinzani, Oscar Larrauri, Luis Perez‑Sala
Pierre-Henri Raphanel Wikipedia
Pierre-Henri Raphanel (born 27 May 1961 in Algiers, Algeria) is a former French racing driver. He participated in 17 Formula One Grands Prix for Larrousse, Coloni and Rial, debuting on 13 November 1988. He only qualified for one race, the 1989 Monaco Grand Prix, making him the only driver in F1 history whose only race was in the principality.
Following his F1 career, he became a factory driver for Toyota, competing in Japan for series such as JTCC and JGTC, for the latter until 2000. After 2006 Raphanel worked as the lead test driver and product specialist for Bugatti and is usually seen demonstrating the Veyron.
Pierre-Henri Raphanel is also the uncle of the French-Algerian driver Julien Gerbi.
He drove the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport to its maximum speed (431.072 km/h) in Ehra-Lessien in July 2010.