|1989||Ford||E Bertaggia, RP Moreno, PH Raphanel||4||5||0||0||0||-||0||0||0||15||0||0||-|
|First race||Italian Grand Prix||Monza||September 6, 1987||Race results|
|Last race||Australian Grand Prix||Adelaide||November 3, 1991||Race results|
In five seasons Coloni set a new benchmark for uselessness. It entered 82 races and managed to qualify for 14; of those, it finished three. In its last two seasons it failed to prequalify once. That it lasted so long was an amazing testament as to how to work on a shoestring budget - at times it only had five on the team, was running an engine which was designed in the 1970s and opted to use the poor Minardi gearbox. Drivers came and soon went, the few dawns that there were proved false, and eventually Enzo Coloni sold to Andrea Sassetti.
- From bad to worse (March 15, 2010)