F1 Through The Years – Part 10 – 1995-1999

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Race Schedule and Winners

1 – 26 March 1995 – Brazilian Grand Prix – Interlagos
— Pole: Damon Hill – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Benetton-Renault
2 – 09 April 1995 – Argentine Grand Prix – Buenos Aires
— Pole: David Coulthard – Winner: Damon Hill – Williams-Renault
3 – 30 April 1995 – San Marino Grand Prix – Imola
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Damon Hill – Williams-Renault
4 – 14 May 1995 – Spanish Grand Prix – Circuit de Catalunya
— Pole: Michael Schumacher- Winner: Michael Schumacher – Benetton-Renault
5 – 28 May 1995 – Monaco Grand Prix – Monte Carlo
— Pole: Damon Hill – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Benetton-Renault
6 – 11 June 1995 – Canadian Grand Prix – Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Jean Alesi – Ferrari
7 – 02 July 1995 – French Grand Prix – Magny Cours
— Pole: Damon Hill – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Benetton-Renault
8 – 16 July 1995 – British Grand Prix – Silverstone
— Pole: Damon Hill – Winner: Johnny Herbert – Benetton-Renault
9 – 30 July 1995 – German Grand Prix – Hockenheimring
— Pole: Damon Hill – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Benetton-Renault
10 – 13 August 1995 – Hungarian Grand Prix – Hungaroring
— Pole: Damon Hill – Winner: Damon Hill – Williams-Renault
11 – 27 August 1995 – Belgian Grand Prix – Spa Francorchamps
— Pole: Gerhard Berger – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Benetton-Renault
12 – 10 September 1995 – Italian Grand Prix – Monza
— Pole: David Coulthard – Winner: Johnny Herbert – Benetton-Renault
13 – 24 September 1995 – Portuguese Grand Prix – Estoril
— Pole: David Coulthard – Winner: David Coulthard – Williams-Renault
14 – 01 October 1995 – European Grand Prix – Nurburgring
— Pole: David Coulthard – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Benetton-Renault
15 – 22 October 1995 – Pacific Grand Prix – Aida
— Pole: David Coulthard – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Benetton-Renault
16 – 29 October 1995 – Japanese Grand Prix – Suzuka
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Benetton-Renault
17 – 12 November 1995 – Australian Grand Prix – Adelaide
— Pole: Damon Hill – Winner: Damon Hill – Williams-Renault

Drivers Championship Top 10

1 – Michael Schumacher – GER – Benetton Renault – 102 Points – 9 Wins
2 – Damon Hill – GBR – Williams Renault – 69 Points – 4 Wins
3 – David Coulthard – GBR – Williams Renault – 49 Points – 1 Win
4 – Johnny Herbert – GBR – Benetton Renault – 45 Points – 2 Wins
5 – Jean Alesi – FRA – Ferrari – 42 Points – 1 Win
6 – Gerhard Berger – AUT – Ferrari – 31 Points
7 – Mika Hakkinen – FIN – McLaren Mercedes – 17 Points
8 – Olivier Panis – FRA – Ligier Mugen-Honda – 16 Points
9 – Heinz-Harald Frentzen – GER – Sauber Ford – 15 Points
10 – Mark Blundell – GBR – McLaren Mercedes – 13 Points

Constructors Championship Top 3

1 – Benetton Renault – GBR – 137 Points – 11 Wins
2 – Williams Renault – GBR – 112 Points – 5 Wins
3 – Ferrari – ITA – 73 Points – 1 Win

*Benetton Renault and Williams Renault were not awarded Constructors Championship points for their placings in the Brazilian Grand Prix as the cars were deemed to be using illegal fuel*

1996
Race Schedule and Winners

1 – 10 March 1996 – Australian Grand Prix – Albert Park, Melbourne
— Pole: Jacques Villeneuve – Winner: Damon Hill – Williams-Renault
2 – 31 March 1996 – Brazilian Grand Prix – Interlagos
— Pole: Damon Hill – Winner: Damon Hill – Williams-Renault
3 – 07 April 1996 – Argentine Grand Prix – Buenos Aires
— Pole: Damon Hill – Winner: Damon Hill – Williams-Renault
4 – 28 April 1996 – European Grand Prix – Nurburgring
— Pole: Damon Hill – Winner: Jacques Villeneuve – Williams-Renault
5 – 05 May 1996 – San Marino Grand Prix – Imola
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Damon Hill – Williams-Renault
6 – 19 May 1996 – Monaco Grand Prix – Monte Carlo
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Olivier Panis – Ligier-Mugen-Honda
7 – 02 June 1996 – Spanish Grand Prix – Circuit de Catalunya
— Pole: Damon Hill – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
8 – 16 June 1996 – Canadian Grand Prix – Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
— Pole: Damon Hill – Winner: Damon Hill – Williams-Renault
9 – 30 June 1996 – French Grand Prix – Magny Cours
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Damon Hill – Williams-Renault
10 – 14 July 1996 – British Grand Prix – Silverstone
— Pole: Damon Hill – Winner: Jacques Villeneuve – Williams-Renault
11 – 28 July 1996 – German Grand Prix – Hockenheimring
— Pole: Damon Hill – Winner: Damon Hill – Williams-Renault
12 – 11 August 1996 – Hungarian Grand Prix – Hungaroring
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Jacques Villeneuve – Williams-Renault
13 – 25 August 1996 – Belgian Grand Prix – Spa Francorchamps
— Pole: Jacques Villeneuve – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
14 – 08 September 1996 – Italian Grand Prix – Monza
— Pole: Damon Hill – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
15 – 22 September 1996 – Portuguese Grand Prix – Estoril
— Pole: Damon Hill – Winner: Jacques Villeneuve – Williams-Renault
16 – 13 October 1996 – Japanese Grand Prix – Suzuka
— Pole: Jacques Villeneuve – Winner: Damon Hill – Williams-Renault

Drivers Championship Top 10

1 – Damon Hill – GBR – Williams Renault – 97 Points – 8 Wins
2 – Jacques Villeneuve – CAN – Williams Renault – 78 Points – 4 Wins
3 – Michael Schumacher – GER – Ferrari – 59 Points – 3 Wins
4 – Jean Alesi – FRA – Benetton Renault – 47 Points
5 – Mika Hakkinen – FIN – McLaren Mercedes – 31 Points
6 – Gerhard Berger – AUT – Benetton Renault – 21 Points
7 – David Coulthard – GBR – McLaren Mercedes – 18 Points
8 – Rubens Barrichello – BRZ – Jordan Peugeot – 14 Points
9 – Olivier Panis – FRA – Ligier Mugen-Honda – 13 Points – 1 Win
10 – Eddie Irvine – GBR – Ferrari – 11 Points

Constructors Championship Top 3

1 – Williams Renault – GBR – 175 Points – 12 Wins
2 – Ferrari – ITA – 70 Points – 3 Wins
3 – Benetton Renault – ITA – 68 Points

1997
Race Schedule and Winners

1 – 09 March 1997 – Australian Grand Prix – Albert Park, Melbourne
— Pole: Jacques Villeneuve – Winner: David Coulthard – McLaren-Mercedes
2 – 30 March 1997 – Brazilian Grand Prix – Interlagos
— Pole: Jacques Villeneuve – Winner: Jacques Villeneuve – Williams-Renault
3 – 13 April 1997 – Argentine Grand Prix – Buenos Aires
— Pole: Jacques Villeneuve – Winner: Jacques Villeneuve – Williams-Renault
4 – 27 April 1997 – San Marino Grand Prix – Imola
— Pole: Jacques Villeneuve – Winner: Heinz-Harald Frentzen – Williams-Renault
5 – 11 May 1997 – Monaco Grand Prix – Monte Carlo
— Pole: Heinz-Harald Frentzen – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
6 – 25 May 1997 – Spanish Grand Prix – Circuit de Catalunya
— Pole: Jacques Villeneuve – Winner: Jacques Villeneuve – Williams-Renault
7 – 15 June 1997 – Canadian Grand Prix – Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
8 – 29 June 1997 – French Grand Prix – Magny Cours
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
9 – 13 July 1997 – British Grand Prix – Silverstone
— Pole: Jacques Villeneuve – Winner: Jacques Villeneuve – Williams-Renault
10 – 27 July 1997 – German Grand Prix – Hockenheimring
— Pole: Gerhard Berger – Winner: Gerhard Berger – Benetton-Renault
11 – 10 August 1997 – Hungarian Grand Prix – Hungaroring
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Jacques Villeneuve – Williams-Renault
12 – 24 August 1997 – Belgian Grand Prix – Spa Francorchamps
— Pole: Jacques Villeneuve – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
13 – 07 September 1997 – Italian Grand Prix – Monza
— Pole: Jean Alesi – Winner: David Coulthard – McLaren-Mercedes
14 – 21 September 1997 – Austrian Grand Prix – A1 Ring, Spielberg
— Pole: Jacques Villeneuve – Winner: Jacques Villeneuve – Williams-Renault
15 – 28 September 1997 – Luxembourg Grand Prix – Nurburgring
— Pole: Mika Hakkinen – Winner: Jacques Villeneuve – Williams-Renault
16 – 12 October 1997 – Japanese Grand Prix – Suzuka
— Pole: Jacques Villeneuve – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
17 – 26 October 1997 – European Grand Prix – Jerez
— Pole: Jacques Villeneuve – Winner: Mika Hakkinen – McLaren-Mercedes

Drivers Championship Top 10

1 – Jacques Villeneuve – CAN – Williams Renault – 81 Points – 7 Wins
2 – Heinz-Harald Frentzen -GER – Williams Renault – 42 Points – 1 Win
3 – David Coulthard – GBR – McLaren Mercedes – 36 Points – 2 Wins
4 – Jean Alesi – FRA – Benetton Renault – 36 Points
5 – Gerhard Berger – AUT – Benetton Renault – 27 Points – 1 Win
6 – Mika Hakkinen – FIN – McLaren Mercedes – 27 Points – 1 Win
7 – Eddie Irvine – GBR – Ferrari – 24 Points
8 – Giancarlo Fisichella – ITA – Jordan Peugeot – 20 Points
9 – Olivier Panis – FRA – Prost Mugen-Honda – 16 Points
10 – Johnny Herbert – GBR – Sauber Petronas – 15 Points

* Michael Schumacher – GER – Ferrari – 78 Points – 5 Wins – Disqualified from championship table for dangerous driving at European Grand Prix*

Constructors Championship Top 3

1 – Williams Renault – GBR – 123 Points – 8 Wins
2 – Ferrari – ITA – 102 Points – 5 Wins
3 – Benetton Renault – ITA – 67 Points – 1 Win

1998
Race Schedule and Winners

1 – 08 March 1998 – Australian Grand Prix – Albert Park, Melbourne
— Pole: Mika Hakkinen – Winner: Mika Hakkinen – McLaren-Mercedes
2 – 29 March 1998 – Brazilian Grand Prix – Interlagos
— Pole: Mika Hakkinen – Winner: Mika Hakkinen – McLaren-Mercedes
3 – 12 April 1998 – Argentine Grand Prix – Buenos Aires
— Pole: David Coulthard – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
4 – 26 April 1998 – San Marino Grand Prix – Imola
— Pole: David Coulthard – Winner: David Coulthard – McLaren-Mercedes
5 – 10 May 1998 – Spanish Grand Prix – Circuit de Catalunya
— Pole: Mika Hakkinen – Winner: Mika Hakkinen – McLaren-Mercedes
6 – 24 May 1998 – Monaco Grand Prix – Monte Carlo
— Pole: Mika Hakkinen – Winner: Mika Hakkinen – McLaren-Mercedes
7 – 07 June 1998 – Canadian Grand Prix – Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
— Pole: David Coulthard – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
8 – 28 June 1998 – French Grand Prix – Magny Cours
— Pole: Mika Hakkinen – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
9 – 12 July 1998 – British Grand Prix – Silverstone
— Pole: Mika Hakkinen – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
10 – 26 July 1998 – Austrian Grand Prix – A1 Ring, Spielberg
— Pole: Giancarlo Fisichella – Winner: Mika Hakkinen – McLaren-Mercedes
11 – 02 August 1998 – German Grand Prix – Hockenheimring
— Pole: Mika Hakkinen – Winner: Mika Hakkinen – McLaren-Mercedes
12 – 16 August 1998 – Hungarian Grand Prix – Hungaroring
— Pole: Mika Hakkinen – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
13 – 30 August 1998 – Belgian Grand Prix – Spa Francorchamps
— Pole: Mika Hakkinen – Winner: Damon Hill – Jordan-Mugen-Honda
14 – 13 September 1998 – Italian Grand Prix – Monza
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
15 – 27 September 1998 – Luxembourg Grand Prix – Nurburgring
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Mika Hakkinen – McLaren-Mercedes
16 – 01 October 1998 – Japanese Grand Prix – Suzuka
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Mika Hakkinen – McLaren-Mercedes

Drivers Championship Top 10

1 – Mika Hakkinen – FIN – McLaren Mercedes – 100 Points – 8 Wins
2 – Michael Schumacher – GER – Ferrari – 86 Points – 6 Wins
3 – David Coulthard – GBR – McLaren Mercedes – 56 Points – 1 Win
4 – Eddie Irvine – GBR – Ferrari – 47 Points
5 – Jacques Villeneuve – CAN – Williams Mecachrome – 21 Points
6 – Damon Hill – GBR – Jordan Mugen-Honda – 20 Points – 1 Win
7 – Heinz-Harald Frentzen – GER – Williams Mecachrome – 17 Points
8 – Alexander Wurz – AUT – Benetton Playlife – 17 Points
9 – Giancarlo Fisichella – ITA – Benetton Playlife – 16 Points
10 – Ralf Schumacher – GER – Jordan Mugen-Honda – 14 Points

Constructors Championship Top 3

1 – McLaren Mercedes – GBR – 156 Points – 9 Wins
2 – Ferrari – ITA – 133 Points – 6 Wins
3 – Williams Mecachrome – 38 Points

1999
Race Schedule and Winners

1 – 07 March 1999 – Australian Grand Prix – Albert Park, Melbourne
— Pole: Mika Hakkinen – Winner: Eddie Irvine – Ferrari
2 – 11 April 1999 – Brazilian Grand Prix – Interlagos
— Pole: Mika Hakkinen – Winner: Mika Hakkinen – McLaren-Mercedes
3 – 02 May 1999 – San Marino Grand Prix – Imola
— Pole: Mika Hakkinen – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
4 – 16 May 1999 – Monaco Grand Prix – Monte Carlo
— Pole: Mika Hakkinen – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
5 – 30 May 1999 – Spanish Grand Prix – Circuit de Catalunya
— Pole: Mika Hakkinen – Winner: Mika Hakkinen – McLaren-Mercedes
6 – 13 June 1999 – Canadian Grand Prix – Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Mika Hakkinen – McLaren-Mercedes
7 – 27 June 1999 – French Grand Prix – Magny Cours
— Pole: Rubens Barrichello – Winner: Heinz-Harald Frentzen – Jordan-Mugen-Honda
8 – 11 July 1999 – British Grand Prix – Silverstone
— Pole: Mika Hakkinen – Winner: David Coulthard – McLaren-Mercedes
9 – 25 July 1999 – Austrian Grand Prix – A1 Ring, Spielberg
— Pole: Mika Hakkinen – Winner: Eddie Irvine – Ferrari
10 – 01 August 1999 – German Grand Prix – Hockenheimring
— Pole: Mika Hakkinen – Winner: Eddie Irvine – Ferrari
11 – 15 August 1999 – Hungarian Grand Prix – Hungaroring
— Pole: Mika Hakkinen – Winner: Mika Hakkinen – McLaren-Mercedes
12 – 29 August 1999 – Belgian Grand Prix – Spa Francorchamps
— Pole: Mika Hakkinen – Winner: David Coulthard – McLaren-Mercedes
13 – 12 September 1999 – Italian Grand Prix – Monza
— Pole: Mika Hakkinen – Winner: Heinz-Harald Frentzen – Jordan-Mugen-Honda
14 – 26 September 1999 – European Grand Prix – Nurburgring
— Pole: Heinz-Harald Frentzen – Winner: Johnny Herbert – Stewart-Ford
15 – 17 October 1999 – Malaysian Grand Prix – Sepang
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Eddie Irvine – Ferrari
16 – 31 October 1999 – Japanese Grand Prix – Suzuka
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Mika Hakkinen – McLaren-Mercedes

*Argentine Grand Prix cancelled*

Drivers Championship Top 10

1 – Mika Hakkinen – FIN – McLaren Mercedes – 76 Points – 5 Wins
2 – Eddie Irvine – GBR – Ferrari – 74 Points – 4 Wins
3 – Heinz-Harald Frentzen – GER – Jordan Mugen-Honda – 54 Points – 2 Wins
4 – David Coulthard – GBR – McLaren Mercedes – 48 Points – 2 Wins
5 – Michael Schumacher – GER – Ferrari – 44 Points – 2 Wins
6 – Ralf Schumacher – GER – Williams Supertec – 35 Points
7 – Rubens Barrichello – BRZ – Stewart Ford – 21 Points
8 – Johnny Herbert – GBR – Stewart Ford – 15 Points – 1 Win
9 – Giancarlo Fisichella – ITA – Benetton Playlife – 13 Points
10 – Mika Salo – FIN – B A R Supertec/Ferrari – 10 Points

Constructors Championship Top 3

1 – Ferrari – ITA – 128 Points – 6 Wins
2 – McLaren Mercedes – 124 Points – 7 Wins
3 – Jordan Mugen-Honda – 61 Points – 2 Wins

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