All Time F1 Winners - List of Formula One Champions

List of Formula One Champions 1950 – 2019

List of Formula One Champions 1950 – 2019. Since 1950 Formula became the mots popular Motorsport in the World.

Formula One, abbreviated to F1, is the highest class of open-wheeled auto racing defined by the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA), motorsport’s world governing body. The “formula” in the name refers to a set of rules to which all participants and cars must conform.

The F1 world championship season consists of a series of races, known as Grands Prix, held usually on purpose-built circuits, and in a few cases on closed city streets. The most famous Grand Prix is the Monaco Grand Prix in Monte Carlo. Each winner is presented with a trophy and the results of each race are combined to determine two annual Championships, one for drivers and one for constructors.

The World Championship for Drivers is held since 1950 after the Formula One standard was agreed upon in 1946. The Constructors’ Championship was added for the 1958 season and has been awarded ever since.

All Time F1 Winners - List of Formula One Champions

Below you will find the List of Formula One Champions 1950 – 2019

Year Driver(s) Constructor(s) Wins Races
1950 Nino Farina Alfa Romeo 3 7
Juan Manuel Fangio
1951 Juan Manuel Fangio Alfa Romeo 3 8
1952 Alberto Ascari Ferrari 6 8
1953 Alberto Ascari Ferrari 5 9
1954 Juan Manuel Fangio Maserati, Mercedes 6 9
1955 Juan Manuel Fangio Mercedes 4 7
1956 Juan Manuel Fangio Ferrari 3 8
1957 Juan Manuel Fangio Maserati 4 8
1958 Stirling Moss Vanwall 4 11
1959 Jack Brabham CooperClimax 2 9
Stirling Moss CooperClimax, CooperBRM
Tony Brooks Ferrari, Vanwall
1960 Jack Brabham CooperClimax 5 10
1961 Phil Hill Ferrari 2 8
Wolfgang von Trips
Stirling Moss LotusClimax, FergusonClimax
1962 Graham Hill BRM 4 9
1963 Jim Clark LotusClimax 7 10
1964 Jim Clark LotusClimax 3 10
1965 Jim Clark LotusClimax 6 10
1966 Jack Brabham Brabham-Repco 4 9
1967 Jim Clark LotusFord 4 11
1968 Graham Hill LotusFord 3 12
Jackie Stewart MatraFord
1969 Jackie Stewart MatraFord 6 11
1970 Jochen Rindt LotusFord 5 13
1971 Jackie Stewart TyrrellFord 6 11
1972 Emerson Fittipaldi LotusFord 5 12
1973 Jackie Stewart TyrrellFord 5 15
1974 Emerson Fittipaldi McLarenFord 3 15
Carlos Reutemann BrabhamFord
Ronnie Peterson LotusFord
1975 Niki Lauda Ferrari 5 14
1976 James Hunt McLarenFord 6 16
1977 Mario Andretti LotusFord 4 17
1978 Mario Andretti LotusFord 6 16
1979 Alan Jones WilliamsFord 4 15
1980 Alan Jones WilliamsFord 5 14
1981 Nelson Piquet BrabhamFord 3 15
Alain Prost Renault
1982 Didier Pironi Ferrari 2 16
Alain Prost Renault
René Arnoux
Niki Lauda McLarenFord
John Watson
1983 Alain Prost Renault 4 15
1984 Alain Prost McLarenTAG 7 16
1985 Alain Prost McLarenTAG 5 16
1986 Nigel Mansell WilliamsHonda 5 16
1987 Nigel Mansell WilliamsHonda 6 16
1988 Ayrton Senna McLarenHonda 8 16
1989 Ayrton Senna McLarenHonda 6 16
1990 Ayrton Senna McLarenHonda 6 16
1991 Ayrton Senna McLarenHonda 7 16
1992 Nigel Mansell WilliamsRenault 9 16
1993 Alain Prost WilliamsRenault 7 16
1994 Michael Schumacher BenettonFord 8 16
1995 Michael Schumacher BenettonRenault 9 17
1996 Damon Hill WilliamsRenault 8 16
1997 Jacques Villeneuve WilliamsRenault 7 17
1998 Mika Häkkinen McLarenMercedes 8 16
1999 Mika Häkkinen McLarenMercedes 5 16
2000 Michael Schumacher Ferrari 9 17
2001 Michael Schumacher Ferrari 9 17
2002 Michael Schumacher Ferrari 11 17
2003 Michael Schumacher Ferrari 6 16
2004 Michael Schumacher Ferrari 13 18
2005 Fernando Alonso Renault 7 19
Kimi Räikkönen McLarenMercedes
2006 Fernando Alonso Renault 7 18
Michael Schumacher Ferrari
2007 Kimi Räikkönen Ferrari 6 17
2008 Felipe Massa Ferrari 6 18
2009 Jenson Button BrawnMercedes 6 17
2010 Sebastian Vettel Red BullRenault 5 19
Fernando Alonso Ferrari
2011 Sebastian Vettel Red BullRenault 11 19
2012 Sebastian Vettel Red BullRenault 5 20
2013 Sebastian Vettel Red BullRenault 13 19
2014 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 11 19
2015 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 10 19
2016 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 10 21
2017 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 9 20
2018 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 11 21
2019 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 9* 17*

Timeline: F1 Calenders and Fixture History

1901 The first use of the words Grand Prix to describe a race, the French Grand Prix at Le Mans.

1904 The formation of the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA), a non-profit association established to represent the interests of motoring organisations and motor car users.

1933Starting positions on the grid were decided by qualifying times for the first time at the Monaco Grand Prix.

1935-39 A number of meetings were held with a view to establishing a world drivers’ championship; these were shelved at the outbreak of World War Two.

1946 Formula One was agreed as a recognised formula.

1947 World drivers’ championship formalised. It was to take three more years before the first championship race, although there were races under F1 regulations from this year.

1950 The launch of the drivers’ world championship with the first race at the British Grand Prix at Silverstone on May 13. Although there were 22 non-championship races that year, only six counted towards the title. The first official F1 race, a non-championship event at Pau, was held the previous month.

1952 The drivers’ championship was run to Formula Two regulations because of concerns about the number of F1 cars available. This continued through the 1953 season as well.

1953 Argentina hosted the first championship Grand Prix outside Europe.

1954 New F1 regulations, limiting engines to 2.5 litres, resulted in the world championship being reinstated under F1 regulations.

1958 The first constructors’ championship, and the first Grand Prix in Africa (Morocco).

1958 The practice of sharing cars during a race was banned.

1958 Rule changes included the introduction of AvGas in place of alcohol fuels and a reduction in the length of races from 500km or three hours to 300km or two hours.

1958 Stirling Moss won the first race in a rear-engined F1 car. Within two years all car featured this design

1961 Start of 1.5-litre engine formula.

1962 Lotus introduced a revolutionary design – a car with an aluminium monocoque chassis instead of the traditional spaceframe design heralded as one of the most significant technological breakthroughs.

1966 Start of the 3-litre engine formula.

1967 The German Grand Prix was the first to be televised in colour.

1968Lotus cars carried Imperial Tobacco logos on their cars, heralding the arrival of sponsorship.

1970 Jochen Rindt was killed during qualifying for the Italian Grand Prix and later becomes the first and only posthumous F1 champion.

1973 The pace car was used for thr first time during the Canadian Grand Prix.

1976 The first grand prix was held in Asia (Japan). Tyrrell introduced a six-wheel car.

1977 Renault produced the first turbocharged car. They were eventually banned in 1989.

1978 Bernie Ecclestone became the president of the Formula One Constructors’ Association (FOCA). The introduction of a medical car to follow cars on the formation lap of every grand prix aimed at improving reaction time in case of a first-lap accident. On its first appearance it hit the kerb and lifted off in the air.

1979 Formation of the Fédération Internationale du Sport Automobile (FISA) as the governing body for events.

1982 Lotus unveiled a new system of active suspension, signalling the start of the increase of electronic driver aids. A driver strike took place ahead of the South African Grand Prix protesting against the introduction of driver licences.

1983 The last non-championship F1 race was staged.

1984 The Austrian Grand Prix was the first to feature only turbocharged cars.

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1985 The first world championship Grand Prix was held in Oceania (Australia).

1990 Adelaide hosted the 500th Grand Prix.

1992 The first appearance of the safety car at the British Grand Prix.

1994 Ayrton Senna was killed at the San Marino Grand Prix, a day after Roland Ratzenberger also lost his life in an accident during qualifying. The tragedies triggered a drive to improve safety standards and they were the last drivers to die at the wheel of an F1 car.

1998 New regulations introduced regarding narrower tracks and grooved tyres.

2002 Team orders, legal since 1950, were banned after several incidents in which race results were openly manipulated.

2008 The Formula One Teams Association (FOTA), an organisation representing the interests of the teams, was formed.

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