SportF1All F1 titles, champions and world championships in history

All F1 titles, champions and world championships in history

Giuseppe Farina became the first champion in the inaugural season of the Formula 1 World Championship with Alfa Romeo.

Michael Schumacher managed to match first and then beat Juan Manuel Fangio’s record and raise the sum to seven world championships, but then Lewis Hamilton tied what the German had achieved. And now Verstappen has dethroned the last king with his first World Cup.

In terms of teams, Scuderia Ferrari is the most successful team: those from Maranello allowed their drivers to win 15 world championships and achieved 16 crowns as constructors.

McLaren has 12 drivers’ titles and 8 constructors’ titles, while Mercedes has seven drivers’ titles and also 8 constructors’ titles. For their part, the legendary British teams Williams and Lotus have seven and six drivers respectively and 9 Williams constructors for the 7 Lotus.

Great Britain is the nationality with the most Formula 1 crowns, a total of 20 after Hamilton’s 2020 crown. In addition, Lewis managed to make England overtake Germany as the country with the most championships in 2018 and take off in 2020.

Review all the world championships in the history of F1 with the champion and his statistics

1950 – Giuseppe Farina, Alfa Romeo

1950 - Giuseppe Farina, Alfa Romeo

1 / 72
Careers 7
victories 3
podiums 3
Poles two
fast laps 3
Points 30

Photo by: LAT Images

1951 – Juan Manuel Fangio, Alfa Romeo

1951 - Juan Manuel Fangio, Alfa Romeo

2 / 72
Careers 8
victories 3
podiums 5
Poles 4
fast laps 5
Points 31

Photo by: LAT Images

1952 – Alberto Ascari, Ferrari

1952 - Alberto Ascari, Ferrari

3 / 72
Careers 8
victories 6
podiums 6
Poles 5
fast laps 6
Points 36

Photo by: LAT Images

1953 – Alberto Ascari, Ferrari

1953 - Alberto Ascari, Ferrari

4 / 72
Careers 9
victories 5
podiums 5
Poles 6
fast laps 4
Points 34.5

Photo by: LAT Images

1954 – Juan Manuel Fangio, Mercedes-Benz

1954 - Juan Manuel Fangio, Mercedes-Benz

5 / 72
Careers 9
victories 6
podiums 7
Poles 5
fast laps 3
Points 42

After the third round at Spa-Francorchamps, Fangio, who started the championship with Marserati, decided to move to Mercedes Benz, a manufacturer that was trying to revive the Silver Arrows era that shone in the mid-1930s under Alfred Neubauer. .

Photo by: Daimler AG

1955 – Juan Manuel Fangio, Mercedes-Benz

1955 - Juan Manuel Fangio, Mercedes-Benz

6 / 72
Careers 7
victories 4
podiums 5
Poles 3
fast laps 3
Points 40

At the end of the season, Mercedes-Benz withdrew from all its activities in the world of motorsports due to the Le Mans tragedy that occurred on June 11, 1955.

The German manufacturer returned to F1 in 1994 as an engine supplier, and did not return to being an official team until 2010. p>

Photo by: Daimler AG

1956 – Juan Manuel Fangio, Ferrari

1956 - Juan Manuel Fangio, Ferrari

7 / 72
Careers 8
victories 3
podiums 5
Poles 6
fast laps 4
Points 30

Photo by: LAT Images

1957 – Juan Manuel Fangio, Maserati

1957 - Juan Manuel Fangio, Maserati

8 / 72
Careers 8
victories 4
podiums 6
Poles 4
fast laps two
Points 40

Photo by: LAT Images

1958 – Mike Hawthorn, Ferrari

1958 - Mike Hawthorn, Ferrari

9 / 72
Careers eleven
victories 1
podiums 7
Poles 4
fast laps 5
Points 42

Photo by: LAT Images

1959 – Jack Brabham, Cooper-Climax

1959 - Jack Brabham, Cooper-Climax

10 / 72
Careers 9
victories two
podiums 5
Poles 1
fast laps 1
Points 31

Photo by: LAT Images

1960 – Jack Brabham, Cooper-Climax

1960 - Jack Brabham, Cooper-Climax

11 / 72
Careers 10
victories 5
podiums 5
Poles 3
fast laps 3
Points 43

Photo by: LAT Images

1961 – Phil Hill, Ferrari

1961 - Phil Hill, Ferrari

12 / 72
Careers 8
victories two
podiums 6
Poles 5
fast laps two
Points 3. 4

Photo by: Ferrari Media Center

1962 – Graham Hill, BRM

1962 - Graham Hill, BRM

13 / 72
Careers 9
victories 4
podiums 6
Poles 1
fast laps 3
Points 42

Photo by: LAT Images

1963 – Jim Clark, Lotus-Climax

1963 - Jim Clark, Lotus-Climax

14 / 72
Careers 10
victories 7
podiums 9
Poles 7
fast laps 6
Points 54

Photo by: LAT Images

1964 – John Surtees, Ferrari

1964 - John Surtees, Ferrari

15 / 72
Careers 10
victories two
podiums 6
Poles two
fast laps two
Points 40

After winning the world championship title in the 350cc and 500cc categories with MV Agusta between the 1958 and 1960 seasons, Sutrees wanted to find new challenges.

He tried his hand at Formula 1 in 1960, finishing second on his British GP debut with Lotus.

The highlight of his F1 career came in 1964, when he won the title with Ferrari. p>

Until now, there is no other driver who can match the milestone of achieving world championships in motorcycling and Formula 1. p>

Photo by: LAT Images

1965 – Jim Clark, Lotus-Climax

1965 - Jim Clark, Lotus-Climax

16 / 72
Careers 10
victories 6
podiums 6
Poles 6
fast laps 6
Points 54

Photo by: Patrice Vatan

1966 – Jack Brabham, Brabham-Repco

1966 - Jack Brabham, Brabham-Repco

17 / 72
Careers 9
victories 4
podiums 5
Poles 3
fast laps 1
Points 42

Photo by: LAT Images

1967 – Denny Hulme, Brabham-Repco

1967 - Denny Hulme, Brabham-Repco

18 / 72
Careers eleven
victories two
podiums 8
Poles 0
fast laps two
Points 51

Photo by: LAT Images

1968 – Graham Hill, Lotus-Ford

1968 - Graham Hill, Lotus-Ford

19 / 72
Careers 12
victories 3
podiums 6
Poles two
fast laps 0
Points 48

Photo by: LAT Images

1969 – Jackie Stewart, Matra-Ford

1969 - Jackie Stewart, Matra-Ford

20 / 72
Careers eleven
victories 6
podiums 7
Poles two
fast laps 5
Points 63

Photo by: LAT Images

1970 – Jochen Rindt, Lotus-Ford

1970 - Jochen Rindt, Lotus-Ford

21/72
Careers 9*
victories 5
podiums 5
Poles 3
fast laps 1
Points 41

Jochen Rindt had a fatal accident at Parabolic corner when he tested the Lotus 72 without wings during practice for the Italian GP. p>

Holding a 20-point lead over nearest rival Jackie Stewart, Lotus boss Collin Chapman chose young Brazilian driver Emerson Fitipaldi as the Austrian’s replacement.

With the difficult task of preventing Rindt’s rival from overtaking him in points, Fittipaldi won the final race, at Watkins Glen. p>

The victory gave the title to Rindt, who is the only posthumous Formula 1 world champion.

Photo by: Sutton Motorsport Images

1971- Jackie Stewart, Tyrrell-Ford

1971- Jackie Stewart, Tyrrell-Ford

22 / 72
Careers eleven
victories 6
podiums 7
Poles 6
fast laps 3
Points 62

Photo by: LAT Images

1972 – Emerson Fittipaldi, Lotus-Ford

1972 - Emerson Fittipaldi, Lotus-Ford

23 / 72
Careers 12
victories 5
podiums 8
Poles 3
fast laps 0
Points 61

Photo by: Rainer W. Schlegelmilch

1973 – Jackie Stewart, Tyrrell-Ford

1973 - Jackie Stewart, Tyrrell-Ford

24 / 72
Careers fifteen
victories 5
podiums 8
Poles 3
fast laps 1
Points 71

Photo by: LAT Images

1974 – Emerson Fittipaldi, McLaren-Ford

1974 - Emerson Fittipaldi, McLaren-Ford

25 / 72
Careers fifteen
victories 3
podiums 7
Poles two
fast laps 0
Points 55

Photo by: LAT Images

1975 – Niki Lauda, Ferrari

1975 - Niki Lauda, Ferrari

26 / 72
Careers 14
victories 5
podiums 8
Poles 9
fast laps two
Points 64.5

Photo by: LAT Images

1976 – James Hunt, McLaren-Ford

1976 - James Hunt, McLaren-Ford

27/72
Careers 16
victories 6
podiums 8
Poles 8
fast laps two
Points 69

If you’ve seen the movie Rush, you’ll know what this season was like. p>

Yes. The film brought up the rivalry between James Hunt and Niki Lauda, which took place during the 1976 season. P>

The points lead Lauda built in the first half of the season were lost after a horrific crash at the Nurburgring nearly cost him his life. p>

By deciding not to contest the last race at the Fuji circuit, Japan, due to the insecurity caused by the rain, Lauda lost the world championship with a difference of one point compared to Hunt, who finished the race in third place. p>

Photo by: LAT Images

1977 – Niki Lauda, Ferrari

1977 - Niki Lauda, Ferrari

28 / 72
Careers 17
victories 3
podiums 10
Poles two
fast laps 3
Points 72

Photo by: LAT Images

1978 – Mario Andretti, Lotus-Ford

1978 - Mario Andretti, Lotus-Ford

29 / 72
Careers 16
victories 6
podiums 7
Poles 8
fast laps 3
Points 64

Photo by: LAT Images

1979 – Jody Scheckter, Ferrari

1979 - Jody Scheckter, Ferrari

30 / 72
Careers fifteen
victories 3
podiums 6
Poles 1
fast laps 0
Points 51

Photo by: LAT Images

1980 – Alan Jones, Williams-Ford

1980 - Alan Jones, Williams-Ford

31 / 72
Careers 14
victories 5
podiums 10
Poles 3
fast laps 5
Points 67

Photo by: Williams F1

1981 – Nelson Piquet, Brabham-Ford

1981 - Nelson Piquet, Brabham-Ford

32 / 72
Careers fifteen
victories 3
podiums 7
Poles 4
fast laps 1
Points fifty

Photo by: LAT Images

1982 – Keke Rosberg, Williams-Ford

1982 - Keke Rosberg, Williams-Ford

33/72
Careers 16
victories 1
podiums 6
Poles 1
fast laps 0
Points 44

One of the “darkest” seasons in the history of Formula 1. p>

Conflicts between teammates, boycotts, incidents and political wars between FISA and FOCA.

Several teams defending the FOCA (Formula 1 Manufacturers Association) boycotted the San Marino GP, resulting in only 14 cars taking part in the event. p>

The race itself saw a conflict between two Ferrari drivers, Gilles Villeneuve and Didier Pironi. p>

Villeneuve had a fatal accident in qualifying for the Belgian GP at Zolder after crashing into the rear of Jochen Mass’s car and being thrown into the air. p>

The tragedy did not end there: the young Italian driver, Ricardo Paletti, also lost his life after colliding with Pironi’s car that stopped at the start of the Canadian GP at the Gilles Villeneuve circuit (previously called Notre Dame) p>

Arriving in Germany with a 9-point lead, Pironi had a terrible accident at the Hockenheimring that damaged his leg and forced him to end his Formula 1 career. p>

With the conflict experienced by Ferrari, the technical problems experienced by Renault, Keke Rosberg and Williams used it to win the drivers’ title in the 1982 season with a 5-point lead over Pironi. p>

This title is also the last for Cosworth’s DFV engine, which has dominated Formula 1 since 1968. p>

Photo by: LAT Images

1983 – Nelson Piquet, Brabham-BMW

1983 - Nelson Piquet, Brabham-BMW

34 / 72
Careers fifteen
victories 3
podiums 8
Poles 1
fast laps 4
Points 59

Photo Credit: BMW AG

1984 – Niki Lauda, McLaren TAG-Porsche

1984 - Niki Lauda, McLaren TAG-Porsche

35 / 72
Careers 16
victories 5
podiums 9
Poles 0
fast laps 5
Points 72

Photo By: Sutton Motorsport Images

1985 – Alain Prost, McLaren TAG-Porsche

1985 - Alain Prost, McLaren TAG-Porsche

36 / 72
Careers 16
victories 5
podiums eleven
Poles two
fast laps 5
Points 73

Photo by: LAT Images

1986 – Alain Prost, McLaren TAG-Porsche

1986 - Alain Prost, McLaren TAG-Porsche

37 / 72
Careers 16
victories 4
podiums eleven
Poles 1
fast laps two
Points 72

Photo by: LAT Images

1987 – Nelson Piquet, Williams-Honda

1987 - Nelson Piquet, Williams-Honda

38 / 72
Careers 16
victories 3
podiums eleven
Poles 4
fast laps 4
Points 73

Photo By: Sutton Motorsport Images

1988 – Ayrton Senna, McLaren-Honda

1988 - Ayrton Senna, McLaren-Honda

39 / 72
Careers 16
victories 8
podiums eleven
Poles 13
fast laps 3
Points 90

Photo by: LAT Images

1989 – Alain Prost, McLaren-Honda

1989 - Alain Prost, McLaren-Honda

40 / 72
Careers 16
victories 4
podiums eleven
Poles two
fast laps 5
Points 76

Photo by: LAT Images

1990 – Ayrton Senna, McLaren-Honda

1990 - Ayrton Senna, McLaren-Honda

41 / 72
Careers 16
victories 4
podiums eleven
Poles two
fast laps 5
Points 76

Photo by: LAT Images

1991 – Ayrton Senna, McLaren-Honda

1991 - Ayrton Senna, McLaren-Honda

42 / 72
Careers 16
victories 7
podiums 12
Poles 8
fast laps two
Points 96

Photo by: LAT Images

1992 – Nigel Mansell, Williams-Renault

1992 - Nigel Mansell, Williams-Renault

43 / 72
Careers 16
victories 9
podiums 12
Poles 14
fast laps 8
Points 108

Photo by: LAT Images

1993 – Alain Prost, Williams-Renault

1993 - Alain Prost, Williams-Renault

44 / 72
Careers 16
victories 7
podiums 12
Poles 13
fast laps 6
Points 99

Photo by: LAT Images

1994 – Michael Schumacher, Benetton-Ford

1994 - Michael Schumacher, Benetton-Ford

45 / 72
Careers 16
victories 8
podiums 10
Poles 6
fast laps 8
Points 92

After 12 years without fatal incidents, Formula 1 lost two of its drivers in the same weekend.

Simtek-Ford driver Roland Ratzenberger suffered a fatal accident during qualifying for the San Marino GP. For his art, three-time world champion Ayrton Senna, who was driving for Williams-Renault that year, died after suffering an accident at the Tamburello curve when he was leading the race. Q>

Photo by: LAT Images

1995 – Michael Schumacher, Benetton-Renault

1995 - Michael Schumacher, Benetton-Renault

46 / 72
Careers 17
victories 9
podiums eleven
Poles 4
fast laps 8
Points 102

Photo by: LAT Images

1996 – Damon Hill, Williams-Renault

1996 - Damon Hill, Williams-Renault

47 / 72
Careers 16
victories 8
podiums 10
Poles 9
fast laps 5
Points 97

Photo by: LAT Images

1997 – Jacques Villeneuve, Williams-Renault

1997 - Jacques Villeneuve, Williams-Renault

48 / 72
Careers 17
victories 7
podiums 8
Poles 10
fast laps 3
Points 81

In his second season in Formula 1, Jacques Villeneuve fought fiercely with Michael Shumacher during 1997. p>

In the last race of the year, at Jerez, Schumacher, who at the time had a one-point lead, crashed his car into Vilenneuve’s. p>

Schumacher failed to finish the race, while Villeneuve finished third and secured the title. p>

Not only that, the FIA also removed all the points that Schumacher achieved in that season after considering that the incident had been on purpose. p>

Photo by: LAT Images

1998 – Mika Hakkinen, McLaren-Mercedes

1998 - Mika Hakkinen, McLaren-Mercedes

49 / 72
Careers 16
victories 8
podiums eleven
Poles 9
fast laps 6
Points 100

Photo by: LAT Images

1999 – Mika Hakkinen, McLaren-Mercedes

1999 - Mika Hakkinen, McLaren-Mercedes

50 / 72
Careers 16
victories 5
podiums 10
Poles eleven
fast laps 6
Points 76

Photo by: LAT Images

2000 – Michael Schumacher, Ferrari

2000 - Michael Schumacher, Ferrari

51 / 72
Careers 17
victories 9
podiums 12
Poles 9
fast laps two
Points 108

It was Ferrari’s first title since Jody Scheckter became world champion 21 years ago.” p>

Photo by: LAT Images

2001 – Michael Schumacher, Ferrari

2001 - Michael Schumacher, Ferrari

52 / 72
Careers 17
victories 9
podiums 14
Poles eleven
fast laps 3
Points 123

Photo by: Ferrari Media Center

2002 – Michael Schumacher, Ferrari

2002 - Michael Schumacher, Ferrari

53 / 72
Careers 17
victories eleven
podiums 17
Poles 7
fast laps 7
Points 144

Photo by: Ferrari Media Center

2003 – Michael Schumacher, Ferrari

2003 - Michael Schumacher, Ferrari

54 / 72
Careers 16
victories 6
podiums 8
Poles 5
fast laps 5
Points 93

Schumacher surpassed the record that Juan Manuel Fangio held for 46 years by winning his sixth title that year.

Photo by: Michael Kim

2004 – Michael Schumacher, Ferrari

2004 - Michael Schumacher, Ferrari

55 / 72
Careers 18
victories 13
podiums fifteen
Poles 8
fast laps 10
Points 148

Photo by: Bridgestone Corporation

2005 – Fernando Alonso, Renault

2005 - Fernando Alonso, Renault

56 / 72
Careers 19
victories 7
podiums fifteen
Poles 6
fast laps two
Points 133

Photo by: LAT Images

2006 – Fernando Alonso, Renault

2006 - Fernando Alonso, Renault

57 / 72
Careers 18
victories 7
podiums 14
Poles 6
fast laps 5
Points 134

Photo by: Eric Gilbert

2007 – Kimi Raikkonen, Ferrari

2007 - Kimi Raikkonen, Ferrari

58 / 72
Carreras 17
Victorias 6
Podios 12
polish 3
Vueltas rapidas 6
Puntos 110

Raikkonen is Ferrari’s last world champion to date.

Photo de: Glenn Dunbar / Motorsport Images

2008 – Lewis Hamilton, McLaren-Mercedes

2008 - Lewis Hamilton, McLaren-Mercedes

59 / 72
Careers 18
victories 5
podiums 10
Poles 7
fast laps 1
Points 98

Photo By: Sutton Motorsport Images

2009 – Jenson Button, Brawn GP-Mercedes

2009 - Jenson Button, Brawn GP-Mercedes

60 / 72
Careers 17
victories 6
podiums 9
Poles 4
fast laps two
Points 95

Photo by: Steve Etherington/Motorsport Images

2010 – Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull Racing-Renault

2010 - Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull Racing-Renault

61 / 72
Careers 19
victories 5
podiums 10
Poles 10
fast laps 3
Points 256

Photo by: Charles Coates/Motorsport Images

2011 – Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull Racing-Renault

2011 - Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull Racing-Renault

62 / 72
Careers 19
victories eleven
podiums 17
Poles fifteen
fast laps 3
Points 392

Photo by: Alessio Morgese

2012 – Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull Racing-Renault

2012 - Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull Racing-Renault

63 / 72
Careers twenty
victories 5
podiums 10
Poles 6
fast laps 6
Points 281

Photo by: Rainier Ehrhardt

2013 – Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull Racing-Renault

2013 - Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull Racing-Renault

64 / 72
Careers 19
victories 13
podiums 16
Poles 9
fast laps 7
Points 397

Photo by: Rainier Ehrhardt

2014 – Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes-AMG F1

2014 - Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes AMG F1

65 / 72
Careers 19
victories eleven
podiums 16
Poles 7
fast laps 7
Points 384

Mercedes managed to dominate the first season of the V6 hybrid engine era. In addition, it was also the first Silver Arrows title in almost 60 years. Q>

Photo By: Sutton Motorsport Images

2015 – Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes-AMG F1

2015 - Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes AMG F1

66 / 72
Careers 19
victories 10
podiums 17
Poles eleven
fast laps 8
Points 381

Photo By: Sutton Motorsport Images

2016 – Nico Rosberg, Mercedes-AMG F1

2016 - Nico Rosberg, Mercedes AMG F1

67 / 72
Careers twenty-one
victories 9
podiums 16
Poles 8
fast laps 6
Points 385

Photo by: LAT Images

2017 – Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes-AMG F1

2017 - Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes AMG F1

68 / 72
Careers twenty
victories 9
podiums 13
Poles eleven
fast laps 7
Points 363

Photo by: Sam Bloxham/Motorsport Images

2018 – Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes-AMG F1

2018 – Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes AMG F1

69 / 72
Careers twenty-one
victories eleven
podiums 17
Poles eleven
fast laps 3
Points 408

Photo by: Steve Etherington/Motorsport Images

2019 – Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes-AMG F1

2019 – Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes AMG F1

70 / 72
Careers twenty-one
victories 10
podiums 16
Poles 4
fast laps 5
Points 381

Photo by: Mark Sutton/Motorsport Images

2020 – Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes-AMG F1

2020 – Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes AMG F1

71 / 72
Careers 17
victories eleven
podiums 14
Poles 10
Points 347

Photo By: Andy Hone/Motorsport Images

2021 – Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing

2021 - Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing

72 / 72
Careers 22
victories 10
podiums 18
Poles 10
Points 394.5

Photo by: Zak Mauger/Motorsport Images

All world championships in the history of F1

Year Pilot Equipment Careers victories podiums Poles Points
1950 Giuseppe Farina Alfa Romeo 7 3 3 2 30
1951 Juan Manuel Fangio Alfa Romeo 8 3 5 4 31
1952 Alberto Ascari Ferrari 8 6 6 5 36
1953 Alberto Ascari Ferrari 9 5 5 6 34.5
1954 Juan Manuel Fangio

Maserati

Mercedes

two
6

two

4

two

5

1

4

42
1955 Juan Manuel Fangio Mercedes 7 4 5 3 40
1956 Juan Manuel Fangio ferrari 8 3 5 6 40
1957 Juan Manuel Fangio Maserati 8 4 6 4 40
1958  Mike Hawthorn  Ferrari 11 1 7 4 42
1959  Jack Brabham  Cooper 9 2 5 1 31
1960  Jack Brabham  Cooper 10 5 5 3 43
1961  Phil Hill  Ferrari 8 2 6 5 34
1962  Graham Hill  BRM 9 4 6 1 42
1963  Jim Clark  Lotus 10 7 9 7 54
1964  John Surtees  Ferrari 10 2 6 2 40
1965  Jim Clark  Lotus 10 6 6 6 54
1966  Jack Brabham  Brabham 9 4 5 3 42
1967  Denny Hulme  Brabham 11 2 8 0 51
1968  Graham Hill  Lotus 12 3 6 2 48
1969 Jackie Stewart Matra 11 6 7 2 63
1970 Jochen Rindt* lotus 9 5 5 3 45
1971  Jackie Stewart  Tyrrell 11 6 7 6 62
1972 Emerson Fittipaldi Lotus 12 5 8 3 61
1973  Jackie Stewart  Tyrrell 15 5 8 3 71
1974 Emerson Fittipaldi McLaren 15 3 7 2 55
1975 Niki Lauda Ferrari 14 5 8 9 64.5
1976  James Hunt  McLaren 16 6 8 8 69
1977 Niki Lauda Ferrari 17 3 10 2 72
1978  Mario Andretti  Lotus 16 6 7 8 64
1979 Jody Scheckter Ferrari 15 3 6 1 51
1980  Alan Jones  Williams 14 5 10 3 67
1981  Nelson Piquet  Brabham 15 3 7 4 50
1982  Keke Rosberg  Williams 16 1 6 1 44
1983  Nelson Piquet  Brabham 15 3 8 1 59
1984 Niki Lauda McLaren 16 5 9 0 72
1985 Alain Prost McLaren 16 5 11 2 73
1986 Alain Prost McLaren 16 4 11 1 72
1987  Nelson Piquet  Williams 16 3 11 4 73
1988  Ayrton Senna  Williams 16 8 11 13 90
1989 Alain Prost McLaren 16 4 11 2 76
1990 Ayrton Senna McLaren 16 6 11 10 78
1991 Ayrton Senna McLaren 16 7 12 8 96
1992  Nigel Mansell  Williams 16 9 12 14 108
1993  Alain Prost  Williams 16 7 12 13 99
1994  Michael Schumacher  Benetton 16 8 10 6 92
1995  Michael Schumacher  Benetton 17 9 11 4 102
1996  Damon Hill  Williams 16 8 10 9 97
1997  Jacques Villeneuve  Williams 17 7 8 10 81
1998 Mika Hakkinen McLaren 16 8 11 9 100
1999 Mika Hakkinen McLaren 16 5 10 11 76
2000  Michael Schumacher  Ferrari 17 9 12 9 108
2001  Michael Schumacher  Ferrari 17 9 14 11 123
2002  Michael Schumacher  Ferrari 17 11 17 7 144
2003  Michael Schumacher  Ferrari 16 6 8 5 93
2004  Michael Schumacher  Ferrari 18 13 15 8 148
2005 Fernando Alonso Renault 19 7 fifteen 6 133
2006 Fernando Alonso Renault 18 7 14 6 134
2007 Kimi Raikkonen Ferrari 17 6 12 3 110
2008 Lewis Hamilton McLaren 18 5 10 7 98
2009  Jenson Button  Brawn 17 6 9 4 95
2010  Sebastian Vettel  Red Bull 19 5 10 1 256
2011  Sebastian Vettel  Red Bull 19 11 17 15 392
2012  Sebastian Vettel  Red Bull 20 5 10 6 281
2013  Sebastian Vettel  Red Bull 19 13 16 9 396
2014  Lewis Hamilton  Mercedes 19 11 16 7 384
2015  Lewis Hamilton  Mercedes 19 10 17 11 381
2016  Nico Rosberg  Mercedes 21 9 16 8 385
2017  Lewis Hamilton  Mercedes 20 9 13 11 363
2018  Lewis Hamilton  Mercedes 21 11 17 11 408
2019  Lewis Hamilton  Mercedes 21 10 16 5 381
2020  Lewis Hamilton  Mercedes 17 11 14 10 347
2021 Netherlands Max Verstappen  Red Bull 22 10 18 10 394,5

* Jochen Rindt died during a practice session before the tenth race of the 1970 season, the Italian GP.

"Fear that he wants to go back": Harry's homesickness for England does not leave...

Prince Harry does not let go of the longing for his homeland. The ex-royal is said to be unconcluded with his former life in England, which has Meghan panicking.

No royal airs: Kate Middleton helps lonely boys on the train

Mom of three Kate Middleton is there when a lonely child needs help. During a train ride without any bodyguards, she kept a boy company.

Storms swept over South Tyrol: vacationers brought to gyms – the danger is probably...

Heavy rains have wreaked havoc in northern Italy. Houses and hotels were damaged and roads were impassable.

"Water war" in Italy: Rain is finally coming – but there are still huge...

It's raining again on Lake Garda and in the Po Valley after weeks of drought. Nevertheless, the problems in northern Italy remain gigantic because of the drought.

Fire in Grunewald: security area reduced, trains roll again – but danger remains "acute"

In the middle of Berlin, a major fire is raging at a police storage facility for explosives. Now special technology should help in exploring the exclusion zone. The Grunewald News Ticker.

More