Formula One: Drivers Who Have Always Beaten Their Teammate

Starting from season 1974, name the Formula One drivers who have always placed higher than their teammate in the final standings of Driver's Championship. The list only contains 2 World Champions, 4 Grand Prix-winners and 8 podium scorers so it may prove difficult.
STARTING FROM SEASON 1974
Only includes instances where at least two drivers of the same team participated in at least half of the races in the season.
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Country
Driver
Active years
Austria
Karl Wendlinger
1991-1995
Belgium
Jerome d'Ambrosio
2011-2012
Brazil
Lucas di Grassi
2010
Christian Fittipaldi
1992-1994
Felipe Nasr
2015-2016
Chico Serra
1981-1983
Chile
Eliseo Salazar
1981-1983
Finland
Valtteri Bottas
2013-
Mika Salo
1994-2000, 2002
France
Jean-Pierre Beltoise
1967-1974
Jules Bianchi
2013-2014
Germany
Bernd Schneider
1988-1990
Pascal Wehrlein
2016-
Country
Driver
Active years
Hungary
Zsolt Baumgartner
2003-2004
India
Karun Chandhok
2010-2011
Italy
Corrado Fabi
1983-1984
Nicola Larini
1987-1992, 1994, 1997
Stefano Modena
1987-1992
Japan
Sakon Yamamoto
2006-2007, 2010
Portugal
Tiago Monteiro
2005-2006
Spain
Marc Gené
1999-2000, 2003-2004
Roberto Merhi
2015
Switzerland
Gregor Foitek
1989-1990
United Kingdom
Graham Hill
1958-1975
James Hunt
1973-1979
Justin Wilson
2003
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Sep 20, 2022
Graham Hill Lost to Jim Clark in 1967