Duo Lane Synergy
Talk about an anti-synergetic duo: Draven's Spinning Axe and Hextech Drivinson get in the way of each other and Stand Aside can screw up a perfectly good Benji combo by displacing enemies in the wrong way. This duo lane is doomed to get in the way of each other and fill the chat with Dead Sea levels of salt.
Kalista's Martial Poise and Hextech Drivinson are another anti-synergetic couple of champion's strong points and a badly timed Fate's Call can throw everything Benji was working for. It's not as bad as the other lanes in this category, but gargantuan screw ups due to miscommunication can happen.
Why would you even pair these two? Quinn already has a nearsight ability, a vision ability with a wider range and she can roam by herself, not to mention her Vault will eject her every single time from Hextech Drivinson, so she doesn't need Benji at all and is better served by other supports.
Beside the amusing vehicle-on-vehicle situation, this duo will wreck enemy teams every 8 minutes with an Extra Special Delivery coming in hot. Unlike with Quinn, the similarity of Corki's and Benji’s abilities complement each other nicely instead of overlapping, making them a wonder duo that can follow each other’s abilities in an impactful manner.
Benji allows Jhin's Curtain Call to move. Let that thought sink in and ask yourselves why wouldn’t pair these two just for that fact alone. Not to mention Benji aids Jhin with so many things: landing Deadly Flourish more easily due to Oil Spill and/or Pack-a-Punch and let him escape more easily from ganks with a sudden blink to the sidecar and a well-executed Obfuscating Headlight+Burning Drift combo.
Lucian's The Culling and Oil Spill are a match made in heaven, considering the first thrives on targets being in a specific direction and the latter assures that the targets are in that specific direction and won’t be leaving soon. Lucian can even exploit the fact that Relentless Pursuit has a lower range than the Hextech Drivinson entering range, meaning he can dash and go back to the sidecar in a blink of an eye, making him the king of positioning.