F1 RECORDS

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DRIVER RECORDS*

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CHAMPIONSHIPS WON

7 – Michael Schumacher

5 – Juan Manuel Fangio

4 – Alain Prost, Sebastian Vettel

3 – Jack Brabham, Jackie Stewart, Niki Lauda, Nelson Piquet, Ayrton Senna, Lewis Hamilton

2 – Alberto Ascari, Jim Clark, Graham Hill, Emerson Fittipaldi, Mika Häkkinen, Fernando Alonso

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RACES WON

91 – Michael Schumacher

57 – Lewis Hamilton

51 – Alain Prost

46 – Sebastian Vettel

41 – Ayrton Senna

32 – Fernando Alonso

31 – Nigel Mansell

27 – Jackie Stewart

25 – Jim Clark, Niki Lauda

24 – Juan Manuel Fangio

23 – Nelson Piquet, Nico Rosberg

22 – Damon Hill

20 – Mika Häkkinen, Kimi Räikkonen 

16 – Stirling Moss

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POLE POSITIONS

68 – Michael Schumacher

67 – Lewis Hamilton

65 – Ayrton Senna

48 – Sebastian Vettel

33 – Jim Clark, Alain Prost

32 – Nigel Mansell

30 – Nico Rosberg

29 – Juan Manuel Fangio

26 – Mika Häkkinen

24 – Niki Lauda

22 – Fernando Alonso

20 – Damon Hill

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FASTEST LAPS

77 – Michael Schumacher

45 – Kimi Räikkonen

41 – Alain Prost

35 – Lewis Hamilton

30 – Nigel Mansell

29 – Sebastian Vettel

28 – Jim Clark

25 – Mika Häkkinen

24 – Niki Lauda

23 – Juan Manuel Fangio, Nelson Piquet, Fernando Alonso

21 – Gerhard Berger 

20 – Nico Rosberg

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OTHER RECORDS

Most wins in a season: Michael Schmacher in 2004, Sebastian Vettel in 2013 (13)

Most consecutive wins: Alberto Ascari in 1952/53, Sebastian Vettel in 2013 (9)

Most wins in first championship season: Jacques Villeneuve in 1996, Lewis Hamilton in 2007 (4)

Youngest Grand Prix winner: Max Verstappen (18 years, 228 days)

Most wins in the same Grand Prix: Michael Schumacher in French GP (8)

Most consecutive pole positions: Ayrton Senna (8)

Most pole positions in a season: Sebastian Vettel in 2011 (15)

Most fastest laps in a season: Michael Schumacher, Kimi Räikkonen (10)

Total podium finishes: Michael Schumacher  (155)

Most podium positions in a season: Michael Schumacher in 2002 (17 in 17 races), Sebastian Vettel in 2011 (17 in 19 races)

Most consecutive podium positions: Michael Schumacher in 2001/02 (19)

Hat tricks (Pole position, fastest lap, win): Michael Schumacher (22)

Youngest World Championship winner: Sebastian Vettel (23 years, 134 days)

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CONSTRUCTOR RECORDS*

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CHAMPIONSHIPS WON

16 – Ferrari

9 – Williams

8 – McLaren

7 – Team Lotus

4 – Red Bull Racing

3 – Mercedes

2 – Cooper, Brabham, Renault

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RACES WON

228 – Ferrari

182 – McLaren

114 – Williams

79 – Team Lotus

69 – Mercedes

53 – Red Bull Racing

35 – Brabham, Renault

27 – Benetton

23 – Tyrrell

17 – BRM

16 – Cooper

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OTHER RECORDS

Most wins in a season: Mercedes in 2014 and 2015 (16 wins in 19 races, 84%),  McLaren in 1988 (15 wins in 16 races, 94%)

Most consecutive wins: McLaren in 1988 (11)

Consecutive podiums: Ferrari from 1999 to 2002 (53)

Pole positions: Ferrari (208)

Consecutive championships: Ferrari from 1999 to 2004 (6)

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* last updated 29 July 2017

One thought on “F1 RECORDS

  1. Some wonderful car models . . . Too bad they stick such silly driver figurines into them and turn the cars into toys.

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