Formula One 2017: Grand Prix dates, results & standings

Last Updated November 26 2017, 15:26Formula 1
Lewis Hamilton is a four-time world champion
Lewis Hamilton is a four-time world champion

All the Grand Prix dates, schedule, venues, results, standings and odds for the 2017 Formula One season, which ran from March 26 to November 26, plus details of the full driver and team line-up.

The 2017 Formula One season is over, with Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton crowned champion with two races to spare and ending the year with second place in Abu Dhabi.

Here, we have the full F1 calendar with a report for each and every race, including full times, betting updates and much more.

Contents

  1. Schedule & Results
  2. Standings
  3. Title odds
  4. Driver line-up, bios & stats
  5. Constructors & stats
  6. History, past winners & records

Formula One 2017: Grand Prix schedule & results

March 26: Australia (Melbourne)

  1. Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari)
  2. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
  3. Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes)
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April 9: China (Shanghai)

  1. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
  2. Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari)
  3. Max Verstappen (Red Bull)
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April 16: Bahrain (Sakhir)

  1. Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari)
  2. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
  3. Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes)
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April 30: Russia (Sochi)

  1. Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes)
  2. Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari)
  3. Kimi Raikkonen (Ferrari)
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May 14: Spain (Barcelona)

  1. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
  2. Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari)
  3. Daniel Ricciardo (Red Bull)
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May 28: Monaco (Monte Carlo)

  1. Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari)
  2. Kimi Raikkonen (Ferrari)
  3. Daniel Ricciardo (Red Bull)
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June 11: Canada (Montreal)

  1. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
  2. Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes)
  3. Daniel Ricciardo (Red Bull)
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June 25: Azerbaijan (Baku)

  1. Daniel Ricciardo (Red Bull)
  2. Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes)
  3. Lance Stroll (Williams)
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July 9: Austria (Spielberg)

  1. Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes)
  2. Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari)
  3. Daniel Ricciardo (Red Bull)
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July 16: Britain (Silverstone)

  1. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
  2. Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes)
  3. Kimi Raikkonen (Ferrari)
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July 30: Hungary (Budapest)

  1. Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari)
  2. Kimi Raikkonen (Ferrari)
  3. Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes)
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August 27: Belgium (Spa-Francorchamps)

  1. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
  2. Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari)
  3. Daniel Ricciardo (Red Bull)
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September 3: Italy (Monza)

  1. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
  2. Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes)
  3. Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari)
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September 17: Singapore (Marina Bay)

  1. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
  2. Daniel Ricciardo (Red Bull)
  3. Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes)
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October 1: Malaysia (Sepang)

  1. Max Verstappen (Red Bull)
  2. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
  3. Daniel Ricciardo (Red Bull)
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October 8: Japan (Suzuka)

  1. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
  2. Max Verstappen (Red Bull)
  3. Daniel Ricciardo (Red Bull)
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October 22: USA (Austin)

  1. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
  2. Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari)
  3. Kimi Raikkonen (Ferrari)
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October 29: Mexico (Mexico City)

  1. Max Verstappen (Red Bull)
  2. Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes)
  3. Kimi Raikkonen (Ferrari)
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November 12: Brazil (Sao Paulo)

  1. Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari)
  2. Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes)
  3. Kimi Raikkonen (Ferrari)
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November 26: United Arab Emirates (Abu Dhabi)

1. Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes)

2. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)

3. Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari)
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Formula One Driver Standings 2017

1. Lewis Hamilton (Gbr) Mercedes GP 363pts

2. Sebastian Vettel (Ger) Ferrari 317

3. Valtteri Bottas (Fin) Mercedes GP 305

4 Kimi Raikkonen (Fin) Ferrari 205, 5 Daniel Ricciardo (Aus) Red Bull 200, 6 Max Verstappen (Ned) Red Bull 168, 7 Sergio Perez (Mex) Force India 100, 8 Esteban Ocon (Fra) Force India 87, 9 Carlos Sainz (Spa) Renault 54, 10 Nico Hulkenberg (Ger) Renault 43, 11 Felipe Massa (Bra) Williams 43, 12 Lance Stroll (Can) Williams 40, 13 Romain Grosjean (Fra) Haas F1 28, 14 Kevin Magnussen (Den) Haas F1 19, 15 Fernando Alonso (Spa) McLaren 17, 16 Stoffel Vandoorne (Bel) McLaren 13, 17 Jolyon Palmer (Gbr) Renault 8, 18 Pascal Wehrlein (Ger) Sauber-Ferrari 5, 19 Daniil Kvyat (Rus) Scuderia Toro Rosso 5, 20 Marcus Ericsson (Swe) Sauber-Ferrari 0, 21 Pierre Gasly (Fra) Scuderia Toro Rosso 0, 22 Antonio Giovinazzi (Ita) Haas F1 0, 23 Brendon Hartley (Nzl) Scuderia Toro Rosso 0, 24 Jenson Button (Gbr) McLaren 0, 25 Paul di Resta (Gbr) Williams 0

Formula One Constructors Standings 2017

  1. Mercedes GP 668pts
  2. Ferrari 363
  3. Red Bull 368
  4. Force India 187
  5. Williams 83
  6. Renault 57
  7. Scuderia Toro Rosso 53
  8. Haas F1 47
  9. McLaren 30
  10. Sauber-Ferrari 5

Formula One 2018: Sky Bet odds

Sky Bet make Lewis Hamilton their 6/4 favourite for the 2018 drivers' championship, ahead of Sebastian Vettel at 100/30 and Max Verstappen at 7/2.

Sunday's winner Valtteri Bottas is sixth in the betting at 14/1, with both Daniel Ricciardo (7/1) and Fernando Alonso (11/1) shorter.

Formula One 2017: Driver line-up, bios & stats

Last updated after Belgian Grand Prix

FERRARI

Sebastian Vettel
Age: 29
Nationality: German
Car number: 5
World Championship best: Winner (2010, 2011, 2012, 2013)
Grand Prix starts: 190 (Debut: USA, 2007)
Grand Prix wins: 46 (First win: Italy, 2008)
Podiums: 95
Pole positions: 48
Career points (Before 2017 season): 2,108
Previous teams: Sauber, Toro Rosso, Red Bull

Kimi Raikkonen
Age: 37
Nationality: Finnish
Car number: 7
World Championship best: Winner (2007)
Grand Prix starts: 264 (Debut: Australia, 2001)
Grand Prix wins: 20 (First win: Malaysia 2003)
Podiums: 88
Pole positions: 17
Career points (Before 2017 season): 1,360
Previous teams: Sauber, McLaren, Ferrari, Lotus

FORCE INDIA

Esteban Ocon
Age: 20
Nationality: French
Car number: 31
World Championship best: 23rd (2016)
Grand Prix starts: 21 (Debut: Belgium, 2016)
Grand Prix wins: 0
Podiums: 0
Pole positions: 0
Career points (Before 2017 season): 0
Previous teams: N/A

Sergio Perez
Age: 27
Nationality: Mexican
Car number: 11
World Championship best: 7th (2016)
Grand Prix starts: 126 (Debut: Australia, 2011)
Grand Prix wins: 0
Podiums: 7
Pole positions: 0
Career points (Before 2017 season): 367
Previous teams: Sauber, McLaren, Force India

HAAS

Romain Grosjean
Age: 30
Nationality: French
Car number: 8
World Championship best: 7th (2013)
Grand Prix starts: 114 (Debut: European, 2009)
Grand Prix wins: 0
Podiums: 10
Pole positions: 0
Career points (Before 2017 season): 316
Previous teams: Renault, Lotus, Haas

Kevin Magnussen
Age: 24
Nationality: Danish
Car number: 20
World Championship best: 11th (2014)
Grand Prix starts: 52 (Debut: Australia, 2014)
Grand Prix wins: 0
Podiums: 1
Pole positions: 0
Career points (Before 2017 season): 62
Previous teams: McLaren, Renault

McLAREN

Stoffel Vandoorne
Age: 24
Nationality: Belgian
Car number: 2
World Championship best: 20th (2016)
Grand Prix starts: 12 (Debut: Bahrain, 2016)
Grand Prix wins: 0
Podiums: 0
Pole positions: 0
Career points (Before 2017 season): 1
Previous teams: N/A

Fernando Alonso
Age: 35
Nationality: Spanish
Car number: 14
World Championship best: Winner (2005 & 2006)
Grand Prix starts: 283 (Debut: 2001, Australia)
Grand Prix wins: 32 (First win: Hungary, 2003)
Podiums: 97
Pole positions: 22
Career points (Before 2017 season): 1,832
Previous teams: Minardi, Renault, Ferrari

MERCEDES

Lewis Hamilton
Age: 32
Nationality: English
Car number: 44
World Championship best: Winner (2008, 2014, 2015)
Grand Prix starts: 200 (Debut: Australia, 2007)
Grand Prix wins: 58 (First win: Canada, 2007)
Podiums: 111
Pole positions: 68
Career points (Before 2017 season): 2,247
Previous teams: McLaren

Valtteri Bottas
Age: 27
Nationality: Finnish
Car number: 77
World Championship best: Fourth (2014)
Grand Prix starts: 89 (Debut: 2013, Australia)
Grand Prix wins: 2
Podiums: 17
Pole positions: 2
Career points (Before 2017 season): 411
Previous teams: Williams
2017 Sky Bet title odds: 5/1

RED BULL

Daniel Ricciardo
Age: 27
Nationality: Australian
Car number: 3
World Championship best: Third (2014 & 2016)
Grand Prix starts: 121 (Debut: Britain, 2011)
Grand Prix wins: 5 (First win: Canada, 2014)
Podiums: 24
Pole positions: 1
Career points (Before 2017 season): 616
Previous teams: HRT, Toro Rosso
2017 Sky Bet title odds: 7/1

Max Verstappen
Age: 19
Nationality: Dutch
Car number: 33
World Championship best: Fifth (2016)
Grand Prix starts: 52 (Debut: Australia, 2015)
Grand Prix wins: 1 (First win: Spain, 2016)
Podiums: 8
Pole positions: 0
Career points (Before 2017 season): 253
Previous teams: Toro Rosso
2017 Sky Bet title odds: 13/2

RENAULT

Jolyon Palmer
Age: 26
Nationality: English
Car number: 30
World Championship best: 18th (2016)
Grand Prix starts: 32 (Debut: Australia, 2016)
Grand Prix wins: 0
Podiums: 0
Pole positions: 0
Career points (Before 2017 season): 1
Previous teams: Force India, Lotus
2017 Sky Bet title odds: 500/1

Nico Hulkenberg
Age: 29
Nationality: German
Car number: 27
World Championship best: Ninth (2014 & 2016)
Grand Prix starts: 127 (Debut: Bahrain 2010)
Grand Prix wins: 0
Podiums: 0
Pole positions: 1
Career points (Before 2017 season): 362
Previous teams: Williams, Force India, Sauber
2017 Sky Bet title odds: 500/1

SAUBER

Marcus Ericsson
Age: 26
Nationality: Swedish
Car number: 9
World Championship best: 18th (2015)
Grand Prix starts: 68 (Debut: Australia, 2014)
Grand Prix wins: 0
Podiums: 0
Pole positions: 0
Career points (Before 2017 season): 9
Previous teams: Caterham
2017 Sky Bet title odds: 3000/1

Pascal Wehrlein
Age: 22
Nationality: German
Car number: 94
World Championship best: 19th (2016)
Grand Prix starts: 31 (Debut: Australia 2016)
Grand Prix wins: 0
Podiums: 0
Pole positions: 0
Career points (Before 2017 season): 1
Previous teams: Manor
2017 Sky Bet title odds: 2500/1

TORO ROSSO

Daniil Kvyat
Age: 26
Nationality: Russian
Car number: 26
World Championship best: Seventh (2015)
Grand Prix starts: 69 (Debut: Australia, 2014)
Grand Prix wins: 0
Podiums: 2
Pole positions: 0
Career points (Before 2017 season): 128
Previous teams: Red Bull
2017 Sky Bet title odds: 750/1

Carlos Sainz
Age: 22
Nationality: Spanish
Car number: 55
World Championship best: 12th (2016)
Grand Prix starts: 52 (Debut: Australia, 2015)
Grand Prix wins: 0
Podiums: 0
Pole positions: 0
Career points (Before 2017 season): 64
Previous teams: N/A
2017 Sky Bet title odds: 500/1

SAUBER

Felipe Massa
Age: 35
Nationality: Brazilian
Car number: 19
World Championship best: Second (2008)
Grand Prix starts: 262 (Debut: Australia, 2002)
Grand Prix wins: 11 (First win: Turkey, 2006)
Podiums: 41
Pole positions: 16
Career points (Before 2017 season): 1124
Previous teams: Sauber, Ferrari, Williams
2017 Sky Bet title odds: 125/1

Lance Stroll
Age: 18
Nationality: Canadian
Car number: 18
World Championship best: N/A
Grand Prix starts: 12
Grand Prix wins: 0
Podiums: 0
Pole positions: 0
Career points (Before 2017 season): 0
Previous teams: N/A
2017 Sky Bet title odds: 300/1

Formula One 2017: Teams & Constructors

Last updated after Belgian Grand Prix

SCUDERIA FERRARI

Constructor: Ferrari
Chassis: SF70H
Power unit: Ferrari 062
Tyres: Pirelli
Drivers: Sebastian Vettel & Kimi Raikkonen
Grand Prix started: 941 (Debut: Monaco, 1950)
Grand Prix wins: 228
Pole positions: 211
Constructors' titles: 16 (First: 1961; Last: 2008)
Drivers' titles: 15 (First: 1952; Last: 2007)
2016 position: Third (398 points)

SAHARA FORCE INDIA

Constructor: Force India-Mercedes
Chassis: VJM10
Power unit: Mercedes M08 EQ Power +
Tyres: Pirelli
Drivers: Sergio Perez & Esteban Ocon
Grand Prix started: 183 (Debut: Australia, 2008)
Grand Prix wins: 0
Pole positions: 5
Constructors' titles: 0
Drivers' titles: 0
2016 position: Fourth (173 points)

HAAS

Constructor: Haas-Ferrari
Chassis: VF-17
Power unit: Ferrari 062
Tyres: Pirelli
Drivers: Romain Grosjean & Kevin Magnussen
Grand Prix started: 33 (Debut: Australia, 2016)
Grand Prix wins: 0
Pole positions: 0
Constructors' titles: 0
Drivers' titles: 0
2016 position: Eighth (29 points)

McLAREN HONDA

Constructor: McLaren-Honda
Chassis: MCL32
Power unit: Honda RA617H
Tyres: Pirelli
Drivers: Stoffel Vandoorne & Fernando Alonso
Grand Prix started: 813 (Debut: Monaco, 1966)
Grand Prix wins: 182
Pole positions: 155
Constructors' titles: 8 (First: 1974; Last: 1998)
Drivers' titles: 12 (First: 1974; Last: 2008)
2016 position: Sixth (76 points)

MERCEDES AMG PETRONAS MOTORSPORT

Constructor: Mercedes
Chassis: F1 W08 EQ Power +
Power unit: Mercedes M08 EQ Power +
Tyres: Pirelli
Drivers: Lewis Hamilton & Valtteri Bottas
Grand Prix started: 160 (Debut: France, 1954)
Grand Prix wins: 71
Pole positions: 82
Constructors' titles: 3 (First: 2014; Last: 2016)
Drivers' titles: 5 (First: 1954; Last: 2016)
2016 position: First (765 points)

RED BULL RACING

Constructor: Red Bull Racing-TAG Heuer
Chassis: RB13
Power unit: TAF Heuer
Tyres: Pirelli
Drivers: Raniel Ricciardo & Max Verstappen
Grand Prix started: 236 (Debut: Australia, 2005)
Grand Prix wins: 53
Pole positions: 58
Constructors' titles: 4 (First: 2010; Last: 2013)
Drivers' titles: 4 (First: 2010; Last: 2013)
2016 position: Second (468 points)

RENAULT SPORT

Constructor: Renault
Chassis: R.S.17
Power unit: Renault R.E.17
Tyres: Pirelli
Drivers: Nico Hulkenberg & Jolyon Palmer
Grand Prix started: 336 (Debut: Britain, 1977)
Grand Prix wins: 35
Pole positions: 51
Constructors' titles: 2 (First: 2005; Last: 2006)
Drivers' titles: 2 (First: 2005; Last: 2006)
2016 position: Ninth (8 points)

SAUBER F1

Constructor: Sauber-Ferrari
Chassis: C36
Power unit: STR 12
Tyres: Pirelli
Drivers: Marcus Ericsson & Pascal Wehrlein
Grand Prix started: 433 (Debut: South Africa, 1993)
Grand Prix wins: 1
Pole positions: 1
Constructors' titles: 0
Drivers' titles: 0
2016 position: 10th (2 points)

SCUDERIA TORO ROSSO

Constructor: Toro Rosso
Chassis: STR 12
Power unit: Renault R.E.17
Tyres: Pirelli
Drivers: Daniil Kvyat & Carlos Sainz
Grand Prix started: 218 (Debut: Bahrain, 2006)
Grand Prix wins: 1
Pole positions: 1
Constructors' titles: 0
Drivers' titles: 0
2016 position: Seventh (63 points)

WILLIAMS MARTINI RACING

Constructor: Williams-Mercedes
Chassis: FW40
Power unit: Mercedes M08 EQ Power
Tyres: Pirelli
Drivers: Lance Stroll & Felipe Massa
Grand Prix started: 677 (Debut: Spain, 1977)
Grand Prix wins: 114
Pole positions: 128
Constructors' titles: 9 (First: 1980; Last: 1997)
Drivers' titles: 7 (First: 1980; Last: 1997)
2016 position: Fifth (138 points)

Formula One: History, statistics & facts

PAST WINNERS

2017
Drivers' champion:
Valtteri Bottas (Fin) (Mercedes)
Constructors' title:
Mercedes

2016
Drivers' champion: Nico Rosberg (Ger) (Mercedes)
Constructors' title: Mercedes

2015
Drivers' champion: Lewis Hamilton (Gbr) (Mercedes)
Constructors' title: Mercedes

2014
Drivers' champion: Lewis Hamilton (Gbr) (Mercedes)
Constructors' title: Mercedes

2013
Drivers' champion: Sebastian Vettel (Ger) (Red Bull)
Constructors' title: Red Bull

2012
Drivers' champion: Sebastian Vettel (Ger) (Red Bull)
Constructors' title: Red Bull

2011
Drivers' champion: Sebastian Vettel (Ger) (Red Bull)
Constructors' title: Red Bull

2010
Drivers' champion: Sebastian Vettel (Ger) (Red Bull)
Constructors' title: Red Bull

2009
Drivers' champion: Jenson Button (Gbr) (Brawn)
Constructors' title: Brawn

2008
Drivers' champion: Lewis Hamilton (Gbr) (McLaren)
Constructors' title: Ferrari

2007
Drivers' champion: Kimi Raikkonen (Fin) (Ferrari)
Constructors' title: Ferrari

2006
Drivers' champion: Fernando Alonso (Spa) (Renault)
Constructors' title: Renault

2005
Drivers' champion: Fernando Alonso (Spa) (Renault)
Constructors' title: Renault

2004
Drivers' champion: Michael Schumacher (Ger) (Ferrari)
Constructors' title: Ferrari

2003
Drivers' champion: Michael Schumacher (Ger) (Ferrari)
Constructors' title: Ferrari

2002
Drivers' champion: Michael Schumacher (Ger) (Ferrari)
Constructors' title: Ferrari

2001
Drivers' champion: Michael Schumacher (Ger) (Ferrari)
Constructors' title: Ferrari

2000
Drivers' champion: Michael Schumacher (Ger) (Ferrari)
Constructors' title: Ferrari

1999
Drivers' champion: Mika Hakkinen (Fin) (McLaren)
Constructors' title: Ferrari

1998
Drivers' champion: Mika Hakkinen (Fin) (McLaren)
Constructors' title: McLaren

1997
Drivers' champion: Jacques Villeneuve (Can) (Williams)
Constructors' title: Williams

1996
Drivers' champion: Damon Hill (Gbr) (Williams)
Constructors' title: Williams

1995
Drivers' champion: Michael Schumacher (Ger) (Benetton)
Constructors' title: Benetton

1994
Drivers' champion: Michael Schumacher (Ger) (Benetton)
Constructors' title: Williams

1993
Drivers' champion: Alain Prost (Fra) (Williams)
Constructors' title: Williams

1992
Drivers' champion: Nigel Mansell (Gbr) (Williams)
Constructors' title: Williams

1991
Drivers' champion: Ayrton Senna (Bra) (McLaren)
Constructors' title: McLaren

1990
Drivers' champion: Ayrton Senna (Bra) (McLaren)
Constructors' title: McLaren

1989
Drivers' champion: Alain Prost (Fra) (McLaren)
Constructors' title: McLaren

1988
Drivers' champion: Ayrton Senna (Bra) (McLaren)
Constructors' title: McLaren

1987
Drivers' champion: Nelson Piquet (Bra) (Williams)
Constructors' title: Williams

1986
Drivers' champion: Alain Prost (Fra) (McLaren)
Constructors' title: Williams

1985
Drivers' champion: Alain Prost (Fra) (McLaren)
Constructors' title: McLaren

1984
Drivers' champion: Niki Lauda (Aut) (McLaren)
Constructors' title: McLaren

1983
Drivers' champion: Nelson Piquet (Bra) (Brabham)
Constructors' title: Ferrari

1982
Drivers' champion: Keke Rosberg (Fin) (Williams)
Constructors' title: Ferrari

1981
Drivers' champion: Nelson Piquet (Bra) (Brabham)
Constructors' title: Williams

1980
Drivers' champion: Alan Jones (Aus) (Williams)
Constructors' title: Williams

1979
Drivers' champion: Jody Scheckter (SA) (Ferrari)
Constructors' title: Ferrari

1978
Drivers' champion: Mario Andretti (USA) (Lotus)
Constructors' title: Lotus

1977
Drivers' champion: Niki Lauda (Aut) (Ferrari)
Constructors' title: Ferrari

1976
Drivers' champion: James Hunt (Gbr) (McLaren)
Constructors' title: Ferrari

1975
Drivers' champion: Niki Lauda (Aut) (Ferrari)
Constructors' title: Ferrari

1974
Drivers' champion: Emerson Fittipaldi (Bra) (McLaren)
Constructors' title: McLaren

1973
Drivers' champion: Jackie Stewart (Gbr) (Tyrrell)
Constructors' title: Lotus

1972
Drivers' champion: Emerson Fittipaldi (Bra) (Lotus)
Constructors' title: Lotus

1971
Drivers' champion: Jackie Stewart (Gbr) (Tyrrell)
Constructors' title: Tyrrell

1970
Drivers' champion: Jochen Rindt (Aut) (Lotus)
Constructors' title: Lotus

1969
Drivers' champion: Jackie Stewart (Gbr) (Matra)
Constructors' title: Matra

1968
Drivers' champion: Graham Hill (Gbr) (Lotus)
Constructors' title: Lotus

1967
Drivers' champion: Denny Hulme (NZ) (Brabham)
Constructors' title: Brabham

1966
Drivers' champion: Jack Brabham (Aus) (Brabham)
Constructors' title: Brabham

1965
Drivers' champion: Jim Clark (Gbr) (Lotus)
Constructors' title: Lotus

1964
Drivers' champion: John Surtees (Gbr) (Ferrari)
Constructors' title: Ferrari

1963
Drivers' champion: Jim Clark (Gbr) (Lotus)
Constructors' title: Lotus

1962
Drivers' champion: Graham Hill (Gbr) (BRM)
Constructors' title: BRM

1961
Drivers' champion: Phil Hill (USA) (Ferrari)
Constructors' title: Ferrari

1960
Drivers' champion: Jack Brabham (Aus) (Cooper)
Constructors' title: Cooper

1959
Drivers' champion: Jack Brabham (Aus) (Cooper)
Constructors' title: Cooper

1958
Drivers' champion: Mike Hawthorn (Gbr) (Ferrari)
Constructors' title: Vanwall

1957
Drivers' champion: Juan Manuel Fangio (Arg) (Maserati)
Constructors' title: N/A

1956
Drivers' champion: Juan Manuel Fangio (Arg) (Ferrari)
Constructors' title: N/A

1955
Drivers' champion: Juan Manuel Fangio (Arg) (Mercedes)
Constructors' title: N/A

1954
Drivers' champion: Juan Manuel Fangio (Arg) (Mercedes)
Constructors' title: N/A

1953
Drivers' champion: Alberto Ascari (Ita) (Ferrari)
Constructors' title: N/A

1952
Drivers' champion: Alberto Ascari (Ita) (Ferrari)
Constructors' title: N/A

1951
Drivers' champion: Juan Manuel Fangio (Arg) (Alfa Romeo)
Constructors' title: N/A

1950
Drivers' champion: Giuseppe Farina (Ita) (Alfa Romeo)
Constructors' title: N/A

MOST DRIVER TITLES (multiple winners)

Michael Schumacher (Ger): 7
Juan Manuel Fangio (Arg): 5
Sebastian Vettel (Ger): 4
Alain Prost (Fra): 4
Lewis Hamilton (Gbr): 4
Ayrton Senna (Bra): 3
Nelson Piquet: 3
Niki Lauda: 3
Jackie Stewart: 3
Jack Brabham: 3
Fernando Alonso: 2
Mika Hakkinen: 2
Emerson Fittipaldi: 2
Jim Clark: 2
Graham Hill: 2
Alberto Ascari: 2

MOST SUCCESSFUL NATIONS (Drivers' titles)

Great Britain: 17
Germany: 12
Brazil: 8
Argentina: 5
Finland: 4
Australia: 4
Austria: 4
France: 4
Italy: 3
United Kingdon: 2
Spain: 2
New Zealand: 1
South Africa: 1
Canada: 1

MOST CONSTRUCTORS' TITLES

Ferrari: 16
Williams: 9
McLaren: 8
Lotus: 7
Red Bull: 4
Mercedes: 4
Renault: 2
Cooper: 2
Brabham: 2
Vanwall: 1
BRM: 1
Matra: 1
Tyrrell: 1
Benetton: 1
Brawn: 1

RECORDS

Youngest world champions
Sebastian Vettel: 23 years, 133 days (2010)
Lewis Hamilton: 23 years, 301 days (2008)
Fernando Alonso: 24 years, 58 days (2005)
Emerson Fittipaldi: 25 years, 273 days (1972)
Michael Schumacher: 25 years, 314 days (1994)

Oldest world champions
Juan Manuel Fangio: 46 years, 41 days (1957)
Giuseppe Farina: 43 years, 308 days (1950)
Jack Brabham: 40 years, 155 days (1966)
Graham Hill: 39 years, 262 days (1968)
Nigel Mansell: 39 years 8 days (1992)

Consecutive Champions

Michael Schumacher: 5 (2000-2004)
Juan Manuel Fangio: 4 (1954-1957)
Sebastian Vettel: 4 (2010-2013)
Lewis Hamilton: 2 (2014-2015)
Fernando Alonso: 2 (2005-2006)
Mika Hakkinen: 2 (1998-1999)
Michael Schumacher: 2 (1994-1995)
Ayrton Senna: 2 (1990-1991)
Alain Prost: 2 (1985-1986)
Jack Brabham: 2 (1959-60)
Alberto Ascari: 2 (1952-53)

Most Grand Prix wins in a season

Sebastian Vettel: 13 (2013)
Michael Schumacher: 13 (2004)
Lewis Hamilton: 11 (2014)
Sebastian Vettel: 11 (2011)
Michael Schumacher: 11 (2002)

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Nigel Mansell: 14 (1992)
Alain Prost: 13 (1993)
Ayrton Senna: 13 (1988)
Lewis Hamilton: 11 (2015)
Michael Schumacher: 11 (2001)
Mika Hakkinen: 11 (1999)

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