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F1 at 900 – the Milestone Races

This weekend sees the 900th Formula One Grand Prix in Bahrain. Let’s take a look at some of the milestones from the past, including all the first race wins for future world champions.

RACE NO DATE RACE MILESTONE/WINNER
1 13 May 1950 British Grand Prix 1st Race / First win for Giuseppe Farina
2 21 May 1950 Monaco Grand Prix First win of Juan Manuel Fangio
13 29 July 1951 German Grand Prix First win for Alberto Ascari
28 05 July 1953 French Grand Prix First win for Mike Hawthorn
50 13 May 1956 Monaco Grand Prix 50th Race / Race won by Stirling Moss
76 10 May 1959 Monaco Grand Prix First win for Jack Brabham
93 04 September 1960 Italian Grand Prix First win for Phil Hill
100 06 August 1961 German Grand Prix 100th Race / Race won by Stirling Moss
103 20 May 1962 Dutch Grand Prix First win for Graham Hill
105 17 June 1962 Belgian Grand Prix First win for Jim Clark
117 04 August 1963 German Grand Prix First win for John Surtees
139 12 September 1965 Italian Grand Prix First win for Jackie Stewart
152 07 May 1967 Monaco Grand Prix First win for Denny Hulme
183 05 October 1969 United States Grand Prix First win for Jochen Rindt
196 04 October 1970 United States Grand Prix First win for Emerson Fittipaldi
198 06 March 1971 South African Grand Prix First win for Mario Andretti
200 23 May 1971 Monaco Grand Prix 200th Race / Race won by Jackie Stewart
239 28 April 1974 Spanish Grand Prix First win for Niki Lauda
242 09 June 1974 Swedish Grand Prix First win for Jody Scheckter
258 22 June 1975 Dutch Grand Prix First win for James Hunt
292 14 August 1977 Austrian Grand Prix First win for Alan Jones
300 04 March 1978 South African Grand Prix 300th Race / Race won by Ronnie Peterson
332 30 March 1980 United States Grand Prix West First win for Nelson Piquet
350 05 July 1981 French Grand Prix First win for Alain Prost
371 29 August 1982 Swiss Grand Prix First win for Keke Rosberg
400 19 August 1984 Austrian Grand Prix 400th Race / Race won by Niki Lauda
406 21 April 1985 Portuguese Grand Prix First win for Ayrton Senna
418 06 October 1985 European Grand Prix First win for Nigel Mansell
500 04 November 1990 Australian Grand Prix 500th Race / Race won by Nelson Piquet
528 30 August 1992 Belgian Grand Prix First win for Michael Schumacher
543 15 August 1993 Hungarian Grand Prix First win for Damon Hill
585 28 April 1996 European Grand Prix First win for Jacques Villeneuve
600 13 April 1997 Argentine Grand Prix 600th Race / Race won by Jacques Villeneuve
614 26 October 1997 European Grand Prix First win for Mika Hakkinen
699 23 March 2003 Malaysian Grand Prix First win for Kimi Raikkonen
700 06 April 2003 Brazilian Grand Prix 700th Race / Race won by Giancarlo Fisichella
710 24 August 2003 Hungarian Grand Prix First win for Fernando Alonso
763 06 August 2006 Hungarian Grand Prix First win for Jenson Button
774 10 June 2007 Canadian Grand Prix First win for Lewis Hamilton
799 14 September 2008 Italian Grand Prix Sebastian Vettel’s first win
800 28 September 2008 Singapore Grand Prix 800th Race / Race won by Fernando Alonso
900 06 April 2014 Bahrain Grand Prix ?

 

Michael Schumacher – Ten of his Best Races

As Michael Schumacher continues to remain in hospital after his terrible skiing accident, I thought it would be a good idea to take a look at some of his best drives of his racing career, which spanned over twenty years and over 300 races.

On Friday, Schumacher turned 45 in a coma in a hospital bed. Lois (@LoisMarketing) and Sarah (@F1_Fans_Updates) on twitter combined to campaign for fans to wear #RedForSchumi, and the 170 responses can be seen here:

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Ten of the Best Michael Schumacher Races

10 – 1991 Belgian Grand Prix – Started – 7th – Race – Did not Finish
Where it all began, and it began when a Belgian by the name of Bertrand Gachot, driver for the Jordan Ford team, was imprisoned in the United Kingdom for an altercation with a taxi driver. Mercedes-contracted driver Schumacher was given the drive at the eleventh hour, and immediately impressed. He managed to out-qualify his team-mate Andrea de Cesaris by seven tenths of a second, and lined-up seventh on the grid. His clutch burnt out at the start, but he had made an impression that would see him jump to the Benetton team for the following round in Monza, Italy.

9 – 2006 Brazilian Grand Prix – Started – 10th – Race – 4th
An early pit stop for a puncture when he clipped Giancarlo Fisichella’s Renault put Schumacher well out of the picture, losing almost a whole lap to his Ferrari team-mate Felipe Massa. However here begun one of the best fight backs of Schumacher’s career. A number of very quick laps saw him charge through the field, and after his next pit stop on lap 47 he was eighth on track. He subsequently managed to pass Rubens Barrichello, Fisichella and Kimi Raikkonen (Nick Heidfeld had retired ahead of him) to finish an impressive fourth, barely five seconds off second and third placed men Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button. And all of this when he was due to retire post-race! We would not see Schumacher again in an F1 race until the 2010 Australian Grand Prix.

8 – 1994 Spanish Grand Prix – Started – 1st – Race – 2nd
Schumacher was going for six straight wins from the beginning of the season, but this was perhaps his best race of his first championship-winning season of 1994. Damon Hill might have won the race, but Schumacher’s Benetton was stuck in fifth gear for the majority of the race, including two pit stops! It was a mighty effort to finish only 24 seconds off the win.

7 – 2000 Italian Grand Prix – Started – 1st – Race – 1st
The race was marred by the death of a marshal, but Schumacher in his Ferrari dominated from start to finish to equal the number of race wins of the late Ayrton Senna. When asked about what it meant to him to equal the Brazilian’s record, Schumacher burst into tears, obviously very emotional.

6 – 1995 European Grand Prix – Started – 3rd – Race – 1st
On a damp track, Ferrari driver Jean Alesi started the race on dry tyres whereas Schumacher in his Benetton and the majority of the rest of the field started on wets and were forced to stop early for dry tyres. When Schumacher made his second stop on lap 52, he was second behind Alesi, but delivered fastest lap after fastest lap to close the gap and overtook the Frenchman at the chicane with two laps to go. It was a great performance from the German.

5 – 2005 San Marino Grand Prix – Started – 13th – Finished – 2nd
Stuck behind Jarno Trulli for a number of laps, Schumacher began his charge and began to catch long-time race leader Fernando Alonso in an impressive manner. He overtook BAR driver Jenson Button for second place, and when he emerged from his last pit stop on lap 50, the Ferrari driver was right on the Spaniards tail, where he remained for the final 12 laps of the race, despite making every effort to overtake.

4 – 1995 Belgian Grand Prix – Started – 16th – Finished – 1st
After struggling in the wet qualifying, Schumacher began climbing through the field, overtaking cars quickly. He took the lead when leader Damon Hill pitted for wet tyres when it began to rain, but Schumacher stuck it out on dry tyres, culminating in an epic battle for the lead over a number of laps. Hill pitted again for dry tyres, just as the rain reappeared. Both drivers pitted for wet tyres this time – under a safety car appearance – and Schumacher went on to win by almost 20 seconds.

3 – 2000 Japanese Grand Prix – Started – 1st – Finished – 1st
A poor start from pole position put Schumacher in his Ferrari behind his main championship rival, double World Champion Mika Hakkinen in his McLaren. When it began to drizzle late on however, a quick pit stop put him ahead, and he had finally won the championship for Ferrari after this race, after coming so close in previous attempts.

2 – 1998 Hungarian Grand Prix – Started – 3rd – Finished – 1st
On a regular two-stop pit strategy, Schumacher was odds-on for a third place finish with overtaking as difficult as it is on the Hungaroring track. However, an early switch to a three-stop strategy, and a number of qualifying style fastest laps saw Schumacher triumph by almost ten seconds ahead of David Coulthard in his McLaren. It was an amazing drive on track, and a lot of praise went to Ross Brawn on the pit wall for the strategy change.

1 – 1996 Spanish Grand Prix – Started – 3rd – Finished – 1st
Schumacher’s first Ferrari victory, in torrential rain at the Circuit de Catalunya, was a masterly display of driving in the rain. No one was near him, and on occasions he was lapping over three seconds a lap faster than anyone else. He overtook both Jean Alesi and Jacques Villeneuve to lead the race by lap 13, and won the race by over 45 seconds. It was a brilliant drive by the ‘rainmaster’.

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Taking into account Michael Schumacher raced in over 300 races during his career, for the Jordan, Benetton, Ferrari and Mercedes teams, it was quite a challenge to pick just ten of his best races.

Feel free to comment about which races of Schumacher’s glistening career stand out for you!

F1 Through The Years – Part 13 – 2010-2013

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2010
Race Schedule and Winners

1 – 14 March 2010 – Bahrain Grand Prix – Sakhir
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Fernando Alonso – Ferrari
2 – 28 March 2010 – Australian Grand Prix – Albert Park, Melbourne
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Jenson Button – McLaren-Mercedes
3 – 04 April 2010 – Malaysian Grand Prix – Sepang
— Pole: Mark Webber – Winner: Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull-Renault
4 – 18 April 2010 – Chinese Grand Prix – Shanghai
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Jenson Button – McLaren-Mercedes
5 – 09 May 2010 – Spanish Grand Prix – Circuit de Catalunya
— Pole: Mark Webber – Winner: Mark Webber – Red Bull-Renault
6 – 16 May 2010 – Monaco Grand Prix – Monte Carlo
— Pole: Mark Webber – Winner: Mark Webber – Red Bull-Renault
7 – 30 May 2010 – Turkish Grand Prix – Istanbul Park
— Pole: Mark Webber – Winner: Lewis Hamilton – McLaren-Mercedes
8 – 13 June 2010 – Canadian Grand Prix – Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
— Pole: Lewis Hamilton – Winner: Lewis Hamilton – McLaren-Mercedes
9 – 27 June 2010 – European Grand Prix – Valencia
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull-Renault
10 – 11 July 2010 – British Grand Prix – Silverstone
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Mark Webber – Red Bull-Renault
11 – 25 July 2010 – German Grand Prix – Hockenheimring
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Fernando Alonso – Ferrari
12 – 01 August 2010 – Hungarian Grand Prix – Hungaroring
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Mark Webber – Red Bull-Renault
13 – 29 August 2010 – Belgian Grand Prix – Spa Francorchamps
— Pole: Mark Webber – Winner: Lewis Hamilton – McLaren-Mercedes
14 – 12 September 2010 – Italian Grand Prix – Monza
— Pole: Fernando Alonso – Winner: Fernando Alonso – Ferrari
15 – 26 September 2010 – Singapore Grand Prix – Marina Bay
— Pole: Fernando Alonso – Winner: Fernando Alonso – Ferrari
16 – 10 October 2010 – Japanese Grand Prix – Suzuka
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull-Renault
17 – 24 October 2010 – Korean Grand Prix – Yeongam
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Fernando Alonso – Ferrari
18 – 07 November 2010 – Brazilian Grand Prix – Interlagos
— Pole: Nico Hulkenberg – Winner: Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull-Renault
19 – 14 November 2010 – Abu Dhabi Grand Prix – Yas Marina
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull-Renault

Drivers Championship Top 10

1 – Sebastian Vettel – GER – Red Bull Renault – 256 Points – 5 Wins
2 – Fernando Alonso – ESP – Ferrari – 252 Points – 5 Wins
3 – Mark Webber – AUS – Red Bull Renault – 242 Points – 4 Wins
4 – Lewis Hamilton – GBR – McLaren Mercedes – 240 Points – 3 Wins
5 – Jenson Button – GBR – McLaren Mercedes – 214 Points – 2 Wins
6 – Felipe Massa – BRZ – Ferrari – 144 Points
7 – Nico Rosberg – GER – Mercedes-Benz – 142 Points
8 – Robert Kubica – POL – Renault – 136 Points
9 – Michael Schumacher – GER – Mercedes-Benz – 72 Points
10 – Rubens Barrichello – BRZ – Williams Cosworth – 47 Points

Constructors Championship Top 3

1 – Red Bull Renault – AUT – 498 Points – 9 Wins
2 – McLaren Mercedes – GBR – 454 Points – 5 Wins
3 – Ferrari – ITA – 396 Points – 5 Wins

2011
Race Schedule and Winners

1 – 27 March 2011 – Australian Grand Prix – Albert Park, Melbourne
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull-Renault
2 – 10 April 2011 – Malaysian Grand Prix – Sepang
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull-Renault
3 – 17 April 2011 – Chinese Grand Prix – Shanghai
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Lewis Hamilton – McLaren-Mercedes
4 – 08 May 2011 – Turkish Grand Prix – Istanbul Park
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull-Renault
5 – 22 May 2011 – Spanish Grand Prix – Circuit de Catalunya
— Pole: Mark Webber – Winner: Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull-Renault
6 – 29 May 2011 – Monaco Grand Prix – Monte Carlo
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull-Renault
7 – 12 June 2011 – Canadian Grand Prix – Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Jenson Button – McLaren-Mercedes
8 – 26 June 2011 – European Grand Prix – Valencia
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull-Renault
9 – 10 July 2011 – British Grand Prix – Silverstone
— Pole: Mark Webber – Winner: Fernando Alonso – Ferrari
10 – 24 July 2011 – German Grand Prix – Nurburgring
— Pole: Mark Webber – Winner: Lewis Hamilton – McLaren-Mercedes
11 – 31 July 2011 – Hungarian Grand Prix – Hungaroring
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Jenson Button – McLaren-Mercedes
12 – 28 August 2011 – Belgian Grand Prix – Spa Francorchamps
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull-Renault
13 – 11 September 2011 – Italian Grand Prix – Monza
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull-Renault
14 – 25 September 2011 – Singapore Grand Prix – Marina Bay
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull-Renault
15 – 09 October 2011 – Japanese Grand Prix – Suzuka
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Jenson Button – McLaren-Mercedes
16 – 16 October 2011 – Korean Grand Prix – Yeongam
— Pole: Lewis Hamilton – Winner: Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull-Renault
17 – 30 October 2011 – Indian Grand Prix – Buddh International Circuit
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull-Renault
18 – 13 November 2011 – Abu Dhabi Grand Prix – Yas Marina
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Lewis Hamilton – McLaren-Mercedes
19 – 27 November 2011 – Brazilian Grand Prix – Interlagos
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Mark Webber – Red Bull-Renault

*Bahrain Grand Prix cancelled due to political unrest in the country*

Drivers Championship Top 10

1 – Sebastian Vettel – GER – Red Bull Renault – 392 Points – 11 Wins
2 – Jenson Button – GBR – McLaren Mercedes – 270 Points – 3 Wins
3 – Mark Webber – AUS – Red Bull Renault – 258 Points – 1 Win
4 – Fernando Alonso – ESP – Ferrari – 257 Points – 1 Win
5 – Lewis Hamilton – GBR – McLaren Mercedes – 227 Points – 3 Wins
6 – Felipe Massa – BRZ – Ferrari – 118 Points
7 – Nico Rosberg – GER – Mercedes-Benz – 89 Points
8 – Michael Schumacher – GER – Mercedes-Benz – 76 Points
9 – Adrian Sutil – GER – Force India Mercedes – 42 Points
10 – Vitaly Petrov – RUS – Renault – 37 Points

Constructors Championship Top 3

1 – Red Bull Renault – AUT – 650 Points – 12 Wins
2 – McLaren Mercedes – GBR – 497 Points – 6 Wins
3 – Ferrari – ITA – 375 Points – 1 Win

2012
Race Schedule and Winners

1 – 18 March 2012 – Australian Grand Prix – Albert Park, Melbourne
— Pole: Lewis Hamilton – Winner: Jenson Button – McLaren-Mercedes
2 – 25 March 2012 – Malaysian Grand Prix – Sepang
— Pole: Lewis Hamilton – Winner: Fernando Alonso – Ferrari
3 – 15 April 2012 – Chinese Grand Prix – Shanghai
— Pole: Nico Rosberg – Winner: Nico Rosberg – Mercedes
4 – 22 April 2012 – Bahrain Grand Prix – Sakhir
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull-Renault
5 – 13 May 2012 – Spanish Grand Prix – Circuit de Catalunya
— Pole: Pastor Maldonado – Winner: Pastor Maldonado – Williams-Renault
6 – 27 May 2012 – Monaco Grand Prix – Monte Carlo
— Pole: Mark Webber – Winner: Mark Webber – Red Bull-Renault
7 – 10 June 2012 – Canadian Grand Prix – Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Lewis Hamilton – McLaren-Mercedes
8 – 24 June 2012 – European Grand Prix – Valencia
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Fernando Alonso – Ferrari
9 – 08 July 2012 – British Grand Prix – Silverstone
— Pole: Fernando Alonso – Winner: Mark Webber – Red Bull-Renault
10 – 22 July 2012 – German Grand Prix – Hockenheimring
— Pole: Fernando Alonso – Winner: Fernando Alonso – Ferrari
11 – 29 July 2012 – Hungarian Grand Prix – Hungaroring
— Pole: Lewis Hamilton – Winner: Lewis Hamilton – McLaren-Mercedes
12 – 02 September 2012 – Belgian Grand Prix – Spa Francorchamps
— Pole: Jenson Button – Winner: Jenson Button – McLaren-Mercedes
13 – 09 September 2012 – Italian Grand Prix – Monza
— Pole: Lewis Hamilton – Winner: Lewis Hamilton – McLaren-Mercedes
14 – 23 September 2012 – Singapore Grand Prix – Marina Bay
— Pole: Lewis Hamilton – Winner: Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull-Renault
15 – 07 October 2012 – Japanese Grand Prix – Suzuka
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull-Renault
16 – 14 October 2012 – Korean Grand Prix – Yeongam
— Pole: Mark Webber – Winner: Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull-Renault
17 – 28 October 2012 – Indian Grand Prix – Buddh International Circuit
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull-Renault
18 – 04 November 2012 – Abu Dhabi Grand Prix – Yas Marina
— Pole: Lewis Hamilton – Winner: Kimi Raikkonen – Lotus-Renault
19 – 18 November 2012 – United States Grand Prix – Circuit of the Americas
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Lewis Hamilton – McLaren-Mercedes
20 – 25 November 2012 – Brazilian Grand Prix – Interlagos
— Pole: Lewis Hamilton – Winner: Jenson Button – McLaren-Mercedes

Drivers Championship Top 10

1 – Sebastian Vettel – GER – Red Bull Renault – 281 Points – 5 Wins
2 – Fernando Alonso – ESP – Ferrari – 278 Points – 3 Wins
3 – Kimi Raikkonen – FIN – Lotus Renault – 207 Points – 1 Win
4 – Lewis Hamilton – GBR – McLaren Mercedes – 190 Points – 4 Wins
5 – Jenson Button – GBR – McLaren Mercedes – 188 Points – 3 Wins
6 – Mark Webber – AUS – Red Bull Renault – 179 Points – 2 Wins
7 – Felipe Massa – BRZ – Ferrari – 122 Points
8 – Romain Grosjean – FRA – Lotus Renault – 96 Points
9 – Nico Rosberg – GER – Mercedes-Benz – 93 Points – 1 Win
10 – Sergio Perez – MEX – Sauber Ferrari – 66 Points

Constructors Championship Top 3

1 – Red Bull Renault – AUT – 460 Points – 7 Wins
2 – Ferrari – ITA – 400 Points – 3 Wins
3 – McLaren Mercedes – GBR – 378 Points – 5 Wins

2013
Race Schedule and Winners

1 – 17 March 2013 – Australian Grand Prix – Albert Park, Melbourne
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Kimi Raikkonen – Lotus-Renault
2 – 24 March 2013 – Malaysian Grand Prix – Sepang
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull-Renault
3 – 14 April 2013 – Chinese Grand Prix – Shanghai
— Pole: Lewis Hamilton – Winner: Fernando Alonso – Ferrari
4 – 21 April 2013 – Bahrain Grand Prix – Sakhir
— Pole: Nico Rosberg – Winner: Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull-Renault
5 – 12 May 2013 – Spanish Grand Prix – Circuit de Catalunya
— Pole: Nico Rosberg – Winner: Fernando Alonso – Ferrari
6 – 26 May 2013 – Monaco Grand Prix – Monte Carlo
— Pole: Nico Rosberg – Winner: Nico Rosberg – Mercedes
7 – 09 June 2013 – Canadian Grand Prix – Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull-Renault
8 – 30 June 2013 – British Grand Prix – Silverstone
— Pole: Lewis Hamilton – Winner: Nico Rosberg – Mercedes
9 – 07 July 2013 – German Grand Prix – Nurburgring
— Pole: Lewis Hamilton – Winner: Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull-Renault
10 – 28 July 2013 – Hungarian Grand Prix – Hungaroring
— Pole: Lewis Hamilton – Winner: Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes
11 – 25 August 2013 – Belgian Grand Prix – Spa Francorchamps
— Pole: Lewis Hamilton – Winner: Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull-Renault
12 – 08 September 2013 – Italian Grand Prix – Monza
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull-Renault
13 – 22 September 2013 – Singapore Grand Prix – Marina Bay
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull-Renault
14 – 06 October 2013 – Korean Grand Prix – Yeongam
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull-Renault
15 – 13 October 2013 – Japanese Grand Prix – Suzuka
— Pole: Mark Webber – Winner: Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull-Renault
16 – 27 October 2013 – Indian Grand Prix – Buddh International Circuit
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull-Renault
17 – 03 November 2013 – Abu Dhabi Grand Prix – Yas Marina
— Pole: Mark Webber – Winner: Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull-Renault
18 – 17 November 2013 – United States Grand Prix – Circuit of the Americas
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull-Renault
19 – 24 November 2013 – Brazilian Grand Prix – Interlagos
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull-Renault

Drivers Championship Top 10

1 – Sebastian Vettel – GER – Red Bull Renault – 397 Points – 13 Wins
2 – Fernando Alonso – ESP – Ferrari – 242 Points – 2 Wins
3 – Mark Webber – AUS – Red Bull Renault – 199 Points
4 – Lewis Hamilton – GBR – Mercedes-Benz – 189 Points – 1 Win
5 – Kimi Raikkonen – FIN – Lotus Renault – 183 Points – 1 Win
6 – Nico Rosberg – GER – Mercedes-Benz – 171 Points – 2 Wins
7 – Romain Grosjean – FRA – Lotus Renault – 132 Points
8 – Felipe Massa – BRZ – Ferrari – 112 Points
9 – Jenson Button – GBR – McLaren Mercedes – 73 Points
10 – Nico Hulkenberg – GER – Sauber Ferrari – 51 Points

Constructors Championship Top 3

1 – Red Bull Renault – AUT – 596 Points – 13 Wins
2 – Mercedes-Benz – GER – 360 Points – 3 Wins
3 – Ferrari – ITA – 354 Points – 2 Wins

F1 Through The Years – Part 12 – 2005-2009

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Race Schedule and Winners

1 – 06 March 2005 – Australian Grand Prix – Albert Park, Melbourne
— Pole: Giancarlo Fisichella – Winner: Giancarlo Fisichella – Renault
2 – 20 March 2005 – Malaysian Grand Prix – Sepang
— Pole: Fernando Alonso – Winner: Fernando Alonso – Renault
3 – 03 April 2005 – Bahrain Grand Prix – Sakhir
— Pole: Fernando Alonso – Winner: Fernando Alonso – Renault
4 – 24 April 2005 – San Marino Grand Prix – Imola
— Pole: Kimi Raikkonen – Winner: Fernando Alonso – Renault
5 – 08 May 2005 – Spanish Grand Prix – Circuit de Catalunya
— Pole: Kimi Raikkonen – Winner: Kimi Raikkonen – McLaren-Mercedes
6 – 22 May 2005 – Monaco Grand Prix – Monte Carlo
— Pole: Kimi Raikkonen – Winner: Kimi Raikkonen – McLaren-Mercedes
7 – 29 May 2005 – European Grand Prix – Nurburgring
— Pole: Nick Heidfeld – Winner: Fernando Alonso – Renault
8 – 12 June 2005 – Canadian Grand Prix – Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
— Pole: Jenson Button – Winner: Kimi Raikkonen – McLaren-Mercedes
9 – 19 June 2005 – United States Grand Prix – Indianapolis
— Pole: Jarno Trulli – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
10 – 03 July 2005 – French Grand Prix – Magny Cours
— Pole: Fernando Alonso – Winner: Fernando Alonso – Renault
11 – 10 July 2005 – British Grand Prix – Silverstone
— Pole: Fernando Alonso – Winner: Juan Pablo Montoya – McLaren-Mercedes
12 – 24 July 2005 – German Grand Prix – Hockenheimring
— Pole: Kimi Raikkonen – Winner: Fernando Alonso – Renault
13 – 31 July 2005 – Hungarian Grand Prix – Hungaroring
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Kimi Raikkonen – McLaren-Mercedes
14 – 21 August 2005 – Turkish Grand Prix – Istanbul Park
— Pole: Kimi Raikkonen – Winner: Kimi Raikkonen – McLaren-Mercedes
15 – 04 September 2005 – Italian Grand Prix – Monza
— Pole: Juan Pablo Montoya – Winner: Juan Pablo Montoya – McLaren-Mercedes
16 – 11 September 2005 – Belgian Grand Prix – Spa Francorchamps
— Pole: Juan Pablo Montoya – Winner: Kimi Raikkonen – McLaren-Mercedes
17 – 25 September 2005 – Brazilian Grand Prix – Interlagos
— Pole: Fernando Alonso – Winner: Juan Pablo Montoya – McLaren-Mercedes
18 – 09 October 2005 – Japanese Grand Prix – Suzuka
— Pole: Ralf Schumacher – Winner: Kimi Raikkonen – McLaren-Mercedes
19 – 16 October 2005 – Chinese Grand Prix – Shanghai
— Pole: Fernando Alonso – Winner: Fernando Alonso – Renault

Drivers Championship Top 10

1 – Fernando Alonso – ESP – Renault – 133 Points – 7 Wins
2 – Kimi Raikkonen – FIN – McLaren Mercedes – 112 Points – 7 Wins
3 – Michael Schumacher – GER – Ferrari – 62 Points – 1 Win
4 – Juan Pablo Montoya – COL – McLaren Mercedes – 60 Points – 3 Wins
5 – Giancarlo Fisichella – ITA – Renault – 58 Points – 1 Win
6 – Ralf Schumacher – GER – Toyota – 45 Points
7 – Jarno Trulli – ITA – Toyota – 43 Points
8 – Rubens Barrichello – BRZ – Ferrari – 38 Points
9 – Jenson Button – GBR – BAR Honda – 37 Points
10 – Mark Webber – AUS – Williams-BMW – 36 Points

Constructors Championship Top 3

1 – Renault – FRA – 191 Points – 8 Wins
2 – McLaren Mercedes – GBR – 182 Points – 10 Wins
3 – Ferrari – ITA – 100 Points – 1 Win

2006
Race Schedule and Winners

1 – 12 March 2006 – Bahrain Grand Prix – Sakhir
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Fernando Alonso – Renault
2 – 19 March 2006 – Malaysian Grand Prix – Sepang
— Pole: Giancarlo Fisichella – Winner: Giancarlo Fisichella – Renault
3 – 02 April 2006 – Australian Grand Prix – Albert Park, Melbourne
— Pole: Jenson Button – Winner: Fernando Alonso – Renault
4 – 23 April 2006 – San Marino Grand Prix – Imola
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
5 – 07 May 2006 – European Grand Prix – Nurburgring
— Pole: Fernando Alonso – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
6 – 14 May 2006 – Spanish Grand Prix – Circuit de Catalunya
— Pole: Fernando Alonso – Winner: Fernando Alonso – Renault
7 – 28 May 2006 – Monaco Grand Prix – Monte Carlo
— Pole: Fernando Alonso – Winner: Fernando Alonso – Renault
8 – 11 June 2006 – British Grand Prix – Silverstone
— Pole: Fernando Alonso – Winner: Fernando Alonso – Renault
9 – 25 June 2006 – Canadian Grand Prix – Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
— Pole: Fernando Alonso – Winner: Fernando Alonso – Renault
10 – 02 July 2006 – United States Grand Prix – Indianapolis
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
11 – 16 July 2006 – French Grand Prix – Magny Cours
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
12 – 30 July 2006 – German Grand Prix – Hockenheimring
— Pole: Kimi Raikkonen – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
13 – 06 August 2006 – Hungarian Grand Prix – Hungaroring
— Pole: Kimi Raikkonen – Winner: Jenson Button – Honda
14 – 27 August 2006 – Turkish Grand Prix – Istanbul Park
— Pole: Felipe Massa – Winner: Felipe Massa – Ferrari
15 – 10 September 2006 – Italian Grand Prix – Monza
— Pole: Kimi Raikkonen – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
16 – 01 October 2006 – Chinese Grand Prix – Shanghai
— Pole: Fernando Alonso – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
17 – 08 October 2006 – Japanese Grand Prix – Suzuka
— Pole: Felipe Massa – Winner: Fernando Alonso – Renault
18 – 22 October 2006 – Brazilian Grand Prix – Interlagos
— Pole: Felipe Massa – Winner: Felipe Massa – Ferrari

Drivers Championship Top 10

1 – Fernando Alonso – ESP – Renault – 134 Points – 7 Wins
2 – Michael Schumacher – GER – Ferrari – 121 Points – 7 Wins
3 – Felipe Massa – BRZ – Ferrari – 80 Points – 2 Wins
4 – Giancarlo Fisichella – ITA – Renault – 72 Points – 1 Win
5 – Kimi Raikkonen – FIN – McLaren Mercedes – 65 Points
6 – Jenson Button – GBR – Honda – 56 Points – 1 Win
7 – Rubens Barrichello – BRZ – Honda – 30 Points
8 – Juan Pablo Montoya – COL – McLaren Mercedes – 26 Points
9 – Nick Heidfeld – GER – BMW Sauber – 23 Points
10 – Ralf Schumacher – GER – Toyota – 20 Points

Constructors Championship Top 3

1 – Renault – FRA – 206 Points – 8 Wins
2 – Ferrari – ITA – 201 Points – 9 Wins
3 – McLaren Mercedes – GBR – 110 Points

2007
Race Schedule and Winners

1 – 18 March 2007 – Australian Grand Prix – Albert Park, Melbourne
— Pole: Kimi Raikkonen – Winner: Kimi Raikkonen – Ferrari
2 – 08 April 2007 – Malaysian Grand Prix – Sepang
— Pole: Felipe Massa – Winner: Fernando Alonso – McLaren-Mercedes
3 – 15 April 2007 – Bahrain Grand Prix – Sakhir
— Pole: Felipe Massa – Winner: Felipe Massa – Ferrari
4 – 13 May 2007 – Spanish Grand Prix – Circuit de Catalunya
— Pole: Felipe Massa – Winner: Felipe Massa – Ferrari
5 – 27 May 2007 – Monaco Grand Prix – Monte Carlo
— Pole: Fernando Alonso – Winner: Fernando Alonso – McLaren-Mercedes
6 – 10 June 2007 – Canadian Grand Prix – Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
— Pole: Lewis Hamilton – Winner: Lewis Hamilton – McLaren-Mercedes
7 – 17 June 2007 – United States Grand Prix – Indianapolis
— Pole: Lewis Hamilton – Winner: Lewis Hamilton – McLaren-Mercedes
8 – 01 July 2007 – French Grand Prix – Magny Cours
— Pole: Felipe Massa – Winner: Kimi Raikkonen – Ferrari
9 – 08 July 2007 – British Grand Prix – Silverstone
— Pole: Lewis Hamilton – Winner: Kimi Raikkonen – Ferrari
10 – 22 July 2007 – European Grand Prix – Nurburgring
— Pole: Kimi Raikkonen – Winner: Fernando Alonso – McLaren-Mercedes
11 – 05 August 2007 – Hungarian Grand Prix – Hungaroring
— Pole: Lewis Hamilton – Winner: Lewis Hamilton
12 – 26 August 2007 – Turkish Grand Prix – Istanbul Park
— Pole: Felipe Massa – Winner: Felipe Massa – Ferrari
13 – 09 September 2007 – Italian Grand Prix – Monza
— Pole: Fernando Alonso – Winner: Fernando Alonso – McLaren-Mercedes
14 – 16 September 2007 – Belgian Grand Prix – Spa Francorchamps
— Pole: Kimi Raikkonen – Winner: Kimi Raikkonen – Ferrari
15 – 30 September 2007 – Japanese Grand Prix – Fuji Speedway
— Pole: Lewis Hamilton – Winner: Lewis Hamilton – McLaren-Mercedes
16 – 07 October 2007 – Chinese Grand Prix – Shanghai
— Pole: Lewis Hamilton – Winner: Kimi Raikkonen – Ferrari
17 – 21 October 2007 – Brazilian Grand Prix – Interlagos
— Pole: Felipe Massa – Winner: Kimi Raikkonen – Ferrari

Drivers Championship Top 10

1 – Kimi Raikkonen – FIN – Ferrari – 110 Points – 6 Wins
2 – Lewis Hamilton – GBR – McLaren Mercedes – 109 Points – 4 Wins
3 – Fernando Alonso – ESP – McLaren Mercedes – 109 Points – 4 Wins
4 – Felipe Massa – BRZ – Ferrari – 94 Points – 3 Wins
5 – Nick Heidfeld – GER – BMW Sauber – 61 Points
6 – Robert Kubica – POL – BMW Sauber – 39 Points
7 – Heikki Kovalainen – FIN – Renault – 30 Points
8 – Giancarlo Fisichella – ITA – Renault – 21 Points
9 – Nico Rosberg – GER – Williams Toyota – 20 Points
10 – David Coulthard – GBR – Red Bull Renault – 14 Points

Constructors Championship Top 3

1 – Ferrari – ITA  – 204 Points – 9 Wins
2 – BMW Sauber – GER  – 101 Points
3 – Renault – FRA – 51 Points

*McLaren Mercedes – GBR – 218 Points – 8 Wins – Disqualified due to Espionage Controversy*

2008
Race Schedule and Winners

1 – 16 March 2008 – Australian Grand Prix – Albert Park, Melbourne
— Pole: Lewis Hamilton – Winner: Lewis Hamilton – McLaren-Mercedes
2 – 23 March 2008 – Malaysian Grand Prix – Sepang
— Pole: Felipe Massa – Winner: Kimi Raikkonen – Ferrari
3 – 06 April 2008 – Bahrain Grand Prix – Sakhir
— Pole: Robert Kubica – Winner: Felipe Massa – Ferrari
4 – 27 April 2008 – Spanish Grand Prix – Circuit de Catalunya
— Pole: Kimi Raikkonen – Winner: Kimi Raikkonen – Ferrari
5 – 11 May 2008 – Turkish Grand Prix – Istanbul Park
— Pole: Felipe Massa – Winner: Felipe Massa – Ferrari
6 – 25 May 2008 – Monaco Grand Prix – Monte Carlo
— Pole: Felipe Massa – Winner: Lewis Hamilton – McLaren-Mercedes
7 – 08 June 2008 – Canadian Grand Prix – Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
— Pole: Lewis Hamilton – Winner: Robert Kubica – BMW Sauber
8 – 22 June 2008 – French Grand Prix – Magny Cours
— Pole: Kimi Raikkonen – Winner: Felipe Massa – Ferrari
9 – 06 July 2008 – British Grand Prix – Silverstone
— Pole: Heikki Kovalainen – Winner: Lewis Hamilton – McLaren-Mercedes
10 – 20 July 2008 – German Grand Prix – Hockenheimring
— Pole: Lewis Hamilton – Winner: Lewis Hamilton – McLaren-Mercedes
11 – 03 August 2008 – Hungarian Grand Prix – Hungaroring
— Pole: Lewis Hamilton – Winner: Heikki Kovalainen – McLaren-Mercedes
12 – 24 August 2008 – European Grand Prix – Valencia
— Pole: Felipe Massa – Winner: Felipe Massa – Ferrari
13 – 07 September 2008 – Belgian Grand Prix – Spa Francorchamps
— Pole: Lewis Hamilton – Winner: Felipe Massa – Ferrari
14 – 14 September 2008 – Italian Grand Prix – Monza
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Sebastian Vettel – Toro Rosso-Ferrari
15 – 28 September 2008 – Singapore Grand Prix – Marina Bay
— Pole: Felipe Massa – Winner: Fernando Alonso – Renault
16 – 12 October 2008 – Japanese Grand Prix – Fuji Speedway
— Pole: Lewis Hamilton – Winner: Fernando Alonso – Renault
17 – 19 October 2008 – Chinese Grand Prix – Shanghai
— Pole: Lewis Hamilton – Winner: Lewis Hamilton – McLaren-Mercedes
18 – 02 November 2008 – Brazilian Grand Prix – Interlagos
— Pole: Felipe Massa – Winner: Felipe Massa – Ferrari

Drivers Championship Top 10

1 – Lewis Hamilton – GBR – McLaren Mercedes – 98 Points – 5 Wins
2 – Felipe Massa – BRZ – Ferrari – 97 Points – 6 Wins
3 – Kimi Raikkonen – FIN – Ferrari – 75 Points – 2 Wins
4 – Robert Kubica – POL – BMW Sauber – 75 Points – 1 Win
5 – Fernando Alonso – ESP – Renault – 61 Points – 2 Wins
6 – Nick Heidfeld – GER – BMW Sauber – 60 Points
7 – Heikki Kovalainen – FIN – McLaren Mercedes – 53 Points – 1 Win
8 – Sebastian Vettel – GER – Toro Rosso Ferrari – 35 Points – 1 Win
9 – Jarno Trulli – ITA – Toyota – 31 Points
10 – Timo Glock – GER – Toyota – 25 Points

Constructors Championship Top 3

1 – Ferrari – ITA – 172 Points – 8 Wins
2 – McLaren Mercedes – GBR – 151 Points – 6 Wins
3 – BMW Sauber – 135 Points – 1 Win

2009
Race Schedule and Winners

1 – 29 March 2009 – Australian Grand Prix – Albert Park, Melbourne
— Pole: Jenson Button – Winner: Jenson Button – Brawn-Mercedes
2 – 05 April 2009 – Malaysian Grand Prix – Sepang
— Pole: Jenson Button – Winner: Jenson Button – Brawn-Mercedes
3 – 19 April 2009 – Chinese Grand Prix – Shanghai
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull-Renault
4 – 26 April 2009 – Bahrain Grand Prix – Sakhir
— Pole: Jarno Trulli – Winner: Jenson Button – Brawn-Mercedes
5 – 10 May 2009 – Spanish Grand Prix – Circuit de Catalunya
— Pole: Jenson Button – Winner: Jenson Button – Brawn-Mercedes
6 – 24 May 2009 – Monaco Grand Prix – Monte Carlo
— Pole: Jenson Button – Winner: Jenson Button – Brawn-Mercedes
7 – 07 June 2009 – Turkish Grand Prix – IStanbul Park
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Jenson Button – Brawn-Mercedes
8 – 21 June 2009 – British Grand Prix – Silverstone
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull-Renault
9 – 12 July 2009 – German Grand Prix – Nurburgring
— Pole: Mark Webber – Winner: Mark Webber – Red Bull-Renault
10 – 26 July 2009 – Hungarian Grand Prix – Hungaroring
— Pole: Fernando Alonso – Winner: Lewis Hamilton – McLaren-Mercedes
11 – 23 August 2009 – European Grand Prix – Valencia
— Pole: Lewis Hamilton – Winner: Rubens Barrichello – Brawn-Mercedes
12 – 30 August 2009 – Belgian Grand Prix – Spa Francorchamps
— Pole: Giancarlo Fisichella – Winner: Kimi Raikkonen – Ferrari
13 – 13 September 2009 – Italian Grand Prix – Monza
— Pole: Lewis Hamilton – Winner: Rubens Barrichello – Brawn-Mercedes
14 – 27 September 2009 – Singapore Grand Prix – Marina Bay
— Pole: Lewis Hamilton – Winner: Lewis Hamilton – McLaren-Mercedes
15 – 04 October 2009 – Japanese Grand Prix – Suzuka
— Pole: Sebastian Vettel – Winner: Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull-Renault
16 – 18 October 2009 – Brazilian Grand Prix – Interlagos
— Pole: Rubens Barrichello – Winner: Mark Webber – Red Bull-Renault
17 – 01 November 2009 – Abu Dhabi Grand Prix – Yas Marina
— Pole: Lewis Hamilton – Winner: Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull-Renault

Drivers Championship Top 10

1 – Jenson Button – GBR – Brawn Mercedes – 95 Points – 6 Wins
2 – Sebastian Vettel – GER – Red Bull Renault – 84 Points – 4 Wins
3 – Rubens Barrichello – BRZ – Brawn Mercedes – 77 Points – 2 Wins
4 – Mark Webber – AUS – Red Bull Renault – 69.5 Points – 2 Wins
5 – Lewis Hamilton – GBR – McLaren Mercedes – 49 Points – 2 Wins
6 – Kimi Raikkonen – FIN – Ferrari – 48 Points – 1 Win
7 – Nico Rosberg – GER – Williams Toyota – 34.5 Points
8 – Jarno Trulli – ITA – Toyota – 32.5 Points
9 – Fernando Alonso – ESP – Renault – 26 Points
10 – Timo Glock – GER – Toyota – 24 Points

*Half Points awarded at Malaysian Grand Prix due to Race stoppage (Heavy Rain)*

Constructors Championship Top 3

1 – Brawn Mercedes – GBR – 172 Points – 8 Wins
2 – Red Bull Renault – AUT – 153.5 Points – 6 Wins
3 – McLaren Mercedes – GBR – 71 Points – 2 Wins

*Half Points awarded at Malaysian Grand Prix due to Race stoppage (Heavy Rain)*

F1 Through The Years – Part 11 – 2000-2004

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2000
Race Schedule and Winners

1 – 12 March 2000 – Australian Grand Prix – Albert Park, Melbourne
— Pole: Mika Hakkinen – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
2 – 26 March 2000 – Brazilian Grand Prix – Interlagos
— Pole: Mika Hakkinen – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
3 – 09 April 2000 – San Marino Grand Prix – Imola
— Pole: Mika Hakkinen – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
4 – 23 April 2000 – British Grand Prix – Silverstone
— Pole: Rubens Barrichello – Winner: David Coulthard – McLaren-Mercedes
5 – 07 May 2000 – Spanish Grand Prix – Circuit de Catalunya
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Mika Hakkinen – McLaren-Mercedes
6 – 21 May 2000 – European Grand Prix – Nurburgring
— Pole: David Coulthard – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
7 – 04 June 2000 – Monaco Grand Prix – Monte Carlo
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: David Coulthard – McLaren-Mercedes
8 – 18 June 2000 – Canadian Grand Prix – Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
9 – 02 July 2000 – French Grand Prix – Magny Cours
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: David Coulthard – McLaren-Mercedes
10 – 16 July 2000 – Austrian Grand Prix – A1 Ring, Spielberg
— Pole: Mika Hakkinen – Winner: Mika Hakkinen – McLaren-Mercedes
11 – 30 July 2000 – German Grand Prix – Hockenheimring
— Pole: David Coulthard – Winner: Rubens Barrichello – Ferrari
12 – 13 August 2000 – Hungarian Grand Prix – Hungaroring
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Mika Hakkinen – McLaren-Mercedes
13 – 27 August 2000 – Belgian Grand Prix – Spa Francorchamps
— Pole: Mika Hakkinen – Winner: Mika Hakkinen – McLaren-Mercedes
14 – 10 September 2000 – Italian Grand Prix – Monza
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
15 – 24 September 2000 – United States Grand Prix – Indianapolis
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
16 – 08 October 2000 – Japanese Grand Prix – Suzuka
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
17 – 22 October 2000 – Malaysian Grand Prix – Sepang
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari

Drivers Championship Top 10

1 – Michael Schumacher – GER – Ferrari – 108 Points – 9 Wins
2 – Mika Hakkinen – FIN – McLaren Mercedes – 89 Points – 4 Wins
3 – David Coulthard – GBR – McLaren Mercedes – 73 Points – 3 Wins
4 – Rubens Barrichello – BRZ – Ferrari – 62 Points – 1 Win
5 – Ralf Schumacher – GER – Williams-BMW – 24 Points
6 – Giancarlo Fisichella – ITA – Benetton Playlife – 18 Points
7 – Jacques Villeneuve – CAN – BAR Honda – 17 Points
8 – Jenson Button – GBR – Williams-BMW – 12 Points
9 – Heinz-Harald Frentzen – GER – Jordan Mugen-Honda – 11 Points
10 – Jarno Trulli – ITA – Jordan Mugen-Honda – 6 Points

Constructors Championship Top 3

1 – Ferrari – ITA – 170 Points – 10 Wins
2 – McLaren Mercedes – GBR – 152 Points – 7 Wins
3 – Williams-BMW – GBR – 36 Points

2001
Race Schedule and Winners

1 – 04 March 2001 – Australian Grand Prix – Albert Park, Melbourne
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
2 – 18 March 2001 – Malaysian Grand Prix – Sepang
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
3 – 01 April 2001 – Brazilian Grand Prix – Interlagos
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: David Coulthard – McLaren-Mercedes
4 – 15 April 2001 – San Marino Grand Prix – Imola
— Pole: David Coulthard – Winner: Ralf Schumacher – Williams-BMW
5 – 29 April 2001 – Spanish Grand Prix – Circuit de Catalunya
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
6 – 13 May 2001 – Austrian Grand Prix – A1 Ring, Spielberg
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: David Coulthard – McLaren-Mercedes
7 – 27 May 2001 – Monaco Grand Prix – Monte Carlo
— Pole: David Coulthard – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
8 – 10 June 2001 – Canadian Grand Prix – Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Ralf Schumacher – Williams-BMW
9 – 24 June 2001 – European Grand Prix – Nurburgring
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
10 – 01 July 2001 – French Grand Prix – Magny Cours
— Pole: Ralf Schumacher – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
11 – 15 July 2001 – British Grand Prix – Silverstone
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Mika Hakkinen – McLaren-Mercedes
12 – 29 July 2001 – German Grand Prix – Hockenheimring
— Pole: Juan Pablo Montoya – Winner: Ralf Schumacher – Williams-BMW
13 – 19 August 2001 – Hungarian Grand Prix – Hungaroring
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
14 – 02 September 2001 – Belgian Grand Prix – Spa Francorchamps
— Pole: Juan Pablo Montoya – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
15 – 16 September 2001 – Italian Grand Prix – Monza
— Pole: Juan Pablo Montoya – Winner: Juan Pablo Montoya – Williams-BMW
16 – 30 September 2001 – United States Grand Prix – Indianapolis
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Mika Hakkinen – McLaren-Mercedes
17 – 14 October 2001 – Japanese Grand Prix – Suzuka
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari

Drivers Championship Top 10

1 – Michael Schumacher – GER – Ferrari – 123 Points – 9 Wins
2 – David Coulthard – GBR – McLaren Mercedes – 65 Points – 2 Wins
3 – Rubens Barrichello – BRZ – Ferrari – 56 Points
4 – Ralf Schumacher – GER – Williams-BMW – 49 Points – 3 Wins
5 – Mika Hakkinen – FIN – McLaren Mercedes – 37 Points – 2 Wins
6 – Juan Pablo Montoya – COL – Williams-BMW – 31 Points – 1 Win
7 – Jacques Villeneuve – CAN – BAR Honda – 12 Points
8 – Nick Heidfeld – GER – Sauber Petronas – 12 Points
9 – Jarno Trulli – ITA – Jordan Honda – 12 Points
10 – Kimi Raikkonen – FIN – Sauber Petronas – 9 Points

Constructors Championship Top 3

1 – Ferrari – ITA – 179 Points – 9 Wins
2 – McLaren Mercedes – GBR – 102 Points – 4 Wins
3 – Williams-BMW – 80 Points – 4 Wins

2002
Race Schedule and Winners

1 – 03 March 2002 – Australian Grand Prix – Albert Park, Melbourne
— Pole: Rubens Barrichello – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
2 – 17 March 2002 – Malaysian Grand Prix – Sepang
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Ralf Schumacher – Williams-BMW
3 – 31 March 2002 – Brazilian Grand Prix – Interlagos
— Pole: Juan Pablo Montoya – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
4 – 14 April 2002 – San Marino Grand Prix – Imola
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
5 – 28 April 2002 – Spanish Grand Prix – Circuit de Catalunya
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
6 – 12 May 2002 – Austrian Grand Prix – A1 Ring, Spielberg
— Pole: Rubens Barrichello – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
7 – 26 May 2002 – Monaco Grand Prix – Monte Carlo
— Pole: Juan Pablo Montoya – Winner: David Coulthard – McLaren-Mercedes
8 – 09 June 2002 – Canadian Grand Prix – Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
— Pole: Juan Pablo Montoya – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
9 – 23 June 2002 – European Grand Prix – Nurburgring
— Pole: Juan Pablo Montoya – Winner: Rubens Barrichello – Ferrari
10 – 07 July 2002 – British Grand Prix – Silverstone
— Pole: Juan Pablo Montoya – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
11 – 21 July 2002 – French Grand Prix – Magny Cours
— Pole: Juan Pablo Montoya – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
12 – 28 July 2002 – German Grand Prix – Hockenheimring
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
13 – 18 August 2002 – Hungarian Grand Prix – Hungaroring
— Pole: Rubens Barrichello – Winner: Rubens Barrichello – Ferrari
14 – 01 September 2002 – Belgian Grand Prix – Spa Francorchamps
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
15 – 15 September 2002 – Italian Grand Prix – Monza
— Pole: Juan Pablo Montoya – Winner: Rubens Barrichello – Ferrari
16 – 29 September 2002 – United States Grand Prix – Indianapolis
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Rubens Barrichello – Ferrari
17 – 13 October 2002 – Japanese Grand Prix – Suzuka
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari

Drivers Championship Top 10

1 – Michael Schumacher – GER – Ferrari – 144 Points – 11 Wins
2 – Rubens Barrichello – BRZ – Ferrari – 77 Points – 4 Wins
3 – Juan Pablo Montoya – COL – Williams-BMW – 50 Points
4 – Ralf Schumacher – GER – Williams-BMW – 42 Points – 1 Win
5 – David Coulthard – GBR – McLaren Mercedes – 41 Points – 1 Win
6 – Kimi Raikkonen – FIN – McLaren Mercedes – 24 Points
7 – Jenson Button – GBR – Renault – 14 Points
8 – Jarno Trulli – ITA – Renault – 9 Points
9 – Eddie Irvine – GBR – Jaguar Cosworth – 8 Points
10 – Nick Heidfeld – GBR – Sauber Petronas – 7 Points

Constructors Championship Top 3

1 – Ferrari – ITA – 221 Points – 15 Wins
2 – Williams-BMW – GBR – 92 Points – 1 Win
3 – McLaren Mercedes – GBR – 65 Points – 1 Win

2003
Race Schedule and Winners

1 – 09 March 2003 – Australian Grand Prix – Albert Park, Melbourne
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: David Coulthard – McLaren-Mercedes
2 – 23 March 2003 – Malaysian Grand Prix – Sepang
— Pole: Fernando Alonso – Winner: Kimi Raikkonen – McLaren-Mercedes
3 – 06 April 2003 – Brazilian Grand Prix – Interlagos
— Pole: Rubens Barrichello – Winner: Giancarlo Fisichella – Jordan-Ford
4 – 20 April 2003 – San Marino Grand Prix – Imola
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
5 – 04 May 2003 – Spanish Grand Prix – Circuit de Catalunya
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
6 – 18 May 2003 – Austrian Grand Prix – A1 Ring, Spielberg
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
7 – 01 June 2003 – Monaco Grand Prix – Monte Carlo
— Pole: Ralf Schumacher – Winner: Juan Pablo Montoya – Williams-BMW
8 – 15 June 2003 – Canadian Grand Prix – Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
— Pole: Ralf Schumacher – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
9 – 29 June 2003 – European Grand Prix – Nurburgring
— Pole: Kimi Raikkonen – Winner: Ralf Schumacher – Williams-BMW
10 – 06 July 2003 – French Grand Prix – Magny Cours
— Pole: Ralf Schumacher – Winner: Ralf Schumacher – Williams-BMW
11 – 20 July 2003 – British Grand Prix – Silverstone
— Pole: Rubens Barrichello – Winner: Rubens Barrichello – Ferrari
12 – 03 August 2003 – German Grand Prix – Hockenheimring
— Pole: Juan Pablo Montoya – Winner: Juan Pablo Montoya – Williams-BMW
13 – 24 August 2003 – Hungarian Grand Prix – Hungaroring
— Pole: Fernando Alonso – Winner: Fernando Alonso – Renault
14 – 14 September 2003 – Italian Grand Prix – Monza
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
15 – 28 September 2003 – United States Grand Prix – Indianapolis
— Pole: Kimi Raikkonen – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
16 – 12 October 2003 – Japanese Grand Prix – Suzuka
— Pole: Rubens Barrichello – Winner: Rubens Barrichello – Ferrari

Drivers Championship Top 10

1 – Michael Schumacher – GER – Ferrari – 93 Points – 6 Wins
2 – Kimi Raikkonen – FIN – McLaren Mercedes – 91 Points – 1 Win
3 – Juan Pablo Montoya – COL – Williams-BMW – 82 Points – 2 Wins
4 – Rubens Barrichello – BRZ – Ferrari – 65 Points – 2 Wins
5 – Ralf Schumacher – GER – Williams-BMW – 58 Points – 2 Wins
6 – Fernando Alonso – ESP – Renault – 55 Points – 1 Win
7 – David Coulthard – GBR – McLaren Mercedes – 51 Points – 1 Win
8 – Jarno Trulli – ITA – Renault – 33 Points
9 – Jenson Button – GBR – BAR Honda – 17 Points
10 – Mark Webber – AUS – Jaguar Cosworth – 17 Points

Constructors Championship Top 3

1 – Ferrari – ITA – 158 Points – 8 Wins
2 – Williams-BMW – GBR – 144 Points – 4 Wins
3 – McLaren Mercedes – GBR – 142 Points – 2 Wins

2004
Race Schedule and Winners

1 – 07 March 2004 – Australian Grand Prix – Albert Park, Melbourne
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
2 – 21 March 2004 – Malaysian Grand Prix – Sepang
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
3 – 04 April 2004 – Bahrain Grand Prix – Sakhir
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
4 – 25 April 2004 – San Marino Grand Prix – Imola
— Pole: Jenson Button – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
5 – 09 May 2004 – Spanish Grand Prix – Circuit de Catalunya
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
6 – 23 May 2004 – Monaco Grand Prix – Monte Carlo
— Pole: Jarno Trulli – Winner: Jarno Trulli – Renault
7 – 30 May 2004 – European Grand Prix – Nurburgring
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
8 – 13 June 2004 – Canadian Grand Prix – Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
— Pole: Ralf Schumacher – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
9 – 20 June 2004 – United States Grand Prix – Indianapolis
— Pole: Rubens Barrichello – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
10 – 04 July 2004 – French Grand Prix – Magny Cours
— Pole: Fernando Alonso – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
11 – 11 July 2004 – British Grand Prix – Silverstone
— Pole: Kimi Raikkonen – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
12 – 25 July 2004 – German Grand Prix – Hockenheimring
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
13 – 15 August 2004 – Hungarian Grand Prix – Hungaroring
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
14 – 29 August 2004 – Belgian Grand Prix – Spa Francorchamps
— Pole: Jarno Trulli – Winner: Kimi Raikkonen – McLaren-Mercedes
15 – 12 September 2004 – Italian Grand Prix – Monza
— Pole: Rubens Barrichello – Winner: Rubens Barrichello – Ferrari
16 – 26 September 2004 – Chinese Grand Prix – Shanghai
— Pole: Rubens Barrichello – Winner: Rubens Barrichello – Ferrari
17 – 10 October 2004 – Japanese Grand Prix – Suzuka
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
18 – 24 October 2004 – Brazilian Grand Prix – Interlagos
— Pole: Rubens Barrichello – Winner: Juan Pablo Montoya – Williams-BMW

Drivers Championship Top 10

1 – Michael Schumacher – GER – Ferrari – 148 Points – 13 Wins
2 – Rubens Barrichello – BRZ – Ferrari – 114 Points – 2 Wins
3 – Jenson Button – GBR – BAR Honda – 85 Points
4 – Fernando Alonso – ESP – Renault – 59 Points
5 – Juan Pablo Montoya – COL – Williams-BMW – 58 Points – 1 Win
6 – Jarno Trulli – ITA – Renault/Toyota – 46 Points – 1 Win
7 – Kimi Raikkonen – FIN – McLaren Mercedes – 45 Points – 1 Win
8 – Takuma Sato – JAP – BAR Honda – 34 Points
9 – Ralf Schumacher – GER – Williams-BMW – 24 Points
10 – David Coulthard – GBR – McLaren Mercedes – 24 Points

Constructors Championship Top 3

1 – Ferrari – ITA – 262 Points – 15 Wins
2 – BAR Honda – GBR – 119 Points
3 – Renault – FRA – 105 Points – 1 Win

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

F1 Teams of the Past – Hesketh Racing

Hesketh Racing were a Formula One team that competed in 52 races from 1973 to the Belgian Grand Prix of 1978, after which the team folded.  The team were founded by Lord Hesketh and Anthony Horsley in 1972 in Formula 3, and the following year, with James Hunt as their driver, they lined up on the F1 grid.

The team made its debut with Hunt in the 1973 Monaco Grand Prix and finished 9th, and scored their first point in their second start in France with a sixth place finish.  They reached the podium in only their fourth race in the Netherlands with a third place, and finished second in the season finale in the USA.  Hunt scored 14 points in the seven events he participated in that year.  In 1974, Hunt returned and scored three more third places, and the team took sixth in the constructors championship.  Hunt’s final year at the team saw him win the Dutch Grand Prix at Zandvoort, beating Niki Lauda into second place.  Three further podiums saw Hunt finish fourth in the drivers championship, the same position the team managed in the constructors championship.

When Hunt left at the end of the season to join McLaren, the team never scored another point, and closed down after the 1978 Belgian Grand Prix, with Hunt having scored all of its 62 points.

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1973
James Hunt – British – 9 Starts, 14 Points, Best Finish 2nd in the United States

1974
James Hunt – British – 15 Starts, 15 Points, Best Finish 3rd in Sweden, Austria and the United States
Ian Scheckter – South African – 0 Starts, 1 DNQ

1975
James Hunt – British – 14 Starts, 33 Points, 1 Win in the Netherlands
Alan Jones – Australian – 4 Starts, 0 Points, Best Finish 11th in Sweden
Torsten Palm – Swedish – 1 Starts, 1 DNQ, 0 Points, Best Finish 10th in Sweden
Harald Ertl – Austrian – 3 Starts, 0 Points, Best Finish 8th in Germany
Brett Lunger – American – 3 Starts, 0 Points, Best Finish 10th in Italy

1976
Harald Ertl – Austrian – 11 Starts, 3 DNQ’s, 0 Points, Best Finish 7th in Great Britain
Guy Edwards – British – 4 Starts, 1 DNS, 1 DNQ, 0 Points, Best Finish 15th in Germany
Rolf Stommelen – German – 1 Start, 0 Points, Best Finish 12th in the Netherlands
Alex Ribeiro – Brazilian – 1 Start, 0 Points, Best Finish 12th in the United States

1977
Rupert Keegan – British – 12 Starts, 0 Points, Best Finish 7th in Austria
Harald Ertl – Austrian – 3 Starts, 2 DNQ’s, 0 Points, Best Finish 9th in Belgium
Hector Rebaque – Mexican – 1 Start, 4 DNQ’s, 0 Points, Did Not Finish his only start
Ian Ashley – British – 1 Start, 1 DNS, 3 DNQ’s, 0 Points, Best Finish 17th in the United States

1978
Divina Galica – British – 0 Starts, 2 DNQ’s
Eddie Cheever – American – 1 Start, 0 Points, Did Not Finish his only start
Derek Daly – Irish – 0 Starts, 1 DNQ, 2 DNPQ’s

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F1 Through The Years – Part 9 – 1990-1994

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1990
Race Schedule and Winners

1 – 11 March 1990 – United States Grand Prix – Phoenix
— Pole: Gerhard Berger – Winner: Ayrton Senna – McLaren-Honda
2 – 25 March 1990 – Brazilian Grand Prix – Interlagos
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Alain Prost – Ferrari
3 – 13 May 1990 – San Marino Grand Prix – Imola
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Riccardo Patrese – Williams-Renault
4 – 27 May 1990 – Monaco Grand Prix – Monte Carlo
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Ayrton Senna – McLaren-Honda
5 – 10 June 1990 – Canadian Grand Prix – Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Ayrton Senna – McLaren-Honda
6 – 24 June 1990 – Mexican Grand Prix – Hermanos Rodriguez
— Pole: Gerhard Berger – Winner: Alain Prost – Ferrari
7 – 08 July 1990 – French Grand Prix – Paul Ricard
— Pole: Nigel Mansell – Winner: Alain Prost – Ferrari
8 – 15 July 1990 – British Grand Prix – Silverstone
— Pole: Nigel Mansell – Winner: Alain Prost – Ferrari
9 – 29 July 1990 – German Grand Prix – Hockenheimring
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Ayrton Senna – McLaren-Honda
10 – 12 August 1990 – Hungarian Grand Prix – Hungaroring
— Pole: Thierry Boutsen – Winner: Thierry Boutsen – Williams-Renault
11 – 26 August 1990 – Belgian Grand Prix – Spa Francorchamps
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Ayrton Senna – McLaren-Honda
12 – 09 September 1990 – Italian Grand Prix – Monza
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Ayrton Senna – McLaren-Honda
13 – 23 September 1990 – Portuguese Grand Prix – Estoril
— Pole: Nigel Mansell – Winner: Nigel Mansell – Ferrari
14 – 30 September 1990 – Spanish Grand Prix – Jerez
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Alain Prost – Ferrari
15 – 21 October 1990 – Japanese Grand Prix – Suzuka
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Nelson Piquet – Benetton-Ford
16 – 04 November 1990 – Australian Grand Prix – Adelaide
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Nelson Piquet – Benetton-Ford

Drivers Championship Top 10

1 – Ayrton Senna – BRZ – McLaren Honda – 78 Points – 6 Wins
2 – Alain Prost – FRA – Ferrari – 71 Points (73*) – 5 Wins
3 – Nelson Piquet – BRZ – Benetton Ford – 43 Points (44*) – 2 Wins
4 – Gerhard Berger – AUT – McLaren Honda – 43 Points
5 – Nigel Mansell – GBR – Ferrari – 37 Points – 1 Win
6 – Thierry Boutsen – BEL – Williams Renault – 34 Points – 1 Win
7 – Riccardo Patrese – ITA – Williams Renault – 23 Points – 1 Win
8 – Alessandro Nannini – ITA – Benetton Ford – 21 Points
9 – Jean Alesi – FRA – Tyrrell Ford – 13 Points
10 – Ivan Capelli – ITA – Leyton House Judd – 6 Points

*Only the best eleven round results counted towards the championship*

Constructors Championship Top 3

1 – McLaren Honda – GBR – 121 Points – 6 Wins
2 – Ferrari – ITA – 110 Points – 6 Wins
3 – Benetton Ford – GBR – 71 Points – 2 Wins

1991
Race Schedule and Winners

1 – 10 March 1991 – United States Grand Prix – Phoenix
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Ayrton Senna – McLaren-Honda
2 – 24 March 1991 – Brazilian Grand Prix – Interlagos
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Ayrton Senna – McLaren-Honda
3 – 28 April 1991 – San Marino Grand Prix – Imola
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Ayrton Senna – McLaren-Honda
4 – 12 May 1991 – Monaco Grand Prix – Monte Carlo
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Ayrton Senna – McLaren-Honda
5 – 02 June 1991 – Canadian Grand Prix – Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
— Pole: Riccardo Patrese – Winner: Nelson Piquet – Benetton-Ford
6 – 16 June 1991 – Mexican Grand Prix – Hermanos Rodriguez
— Pole: Riccardo Patrese – Winner: Riccardo Patrese – Williams-Renault
7 – 07 July 1991 – French Grand Prix – Magny Cours
— Pole: Riccardo Patrese – Winner: Nigel Mansell – Williams-Renault
8 – 14 July 1991 – British Grand Prix – Silverstone
— Pole: Nigel Mansell – Winner: Nigel Mansell – Williams-Renault
9 – 28 July 1991 – German Grand Prix – Hockenheimring
— Pole: Nigel Mansell – Winner: Nigel Mansell – Williams-Renault
10 – 11 August 1991 – Hungarian Grand Prix – Hungaroring
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Ayrton Senna – McLaren-Honda
11 – 25 August 1991 – Belgian Grand Prix – Spa Francorchamps
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Ayrton Senna – McLaren-Honda
12 – 08 September 1991 – Italian Grand Prix – Monza
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Nigel Mansell – Williams-Renault
13 – 22 September 1991 – Portuguese Grand Prix – Estoril
— Pole: Riccardo Patrese – Winner: Riccardo Patrese – Williams-Renault
14 – 29 September 1991 – Spanish Grand Prix – Circuit de Catalunya
— Pole: Gerhard Berger – Winner: Nigel Mansell – Williams-Renault
15 – 20 October 1991 – Japanese Grand Prix – Suzuka
— Pole: Gerhard Berger – Winner: Gerhard Berger – McLaren-Honda
16 – 03 November 1991 – Australian Grand Prix – Adelaide
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Ayrton Senna – McLaren-Honda

Drivers Championship Top 10

1 – Ayrton Senna – BRZ – McLaren Honda – 96 Points – 7 Wins
2 – Nigel Mansell – GBR – Williams Renault – 72 Points – 5 Wins
3 – Ricardo Patrese – ITA – Williams Renault – 53 Points – 2 Wins
4 – Gerhard Berger – AUT – McLaren Honda – 43 Points – 1 Win
5 – Alain Prost – FRA – Ferrari – 34 Points
6 – Nelson Piquet – BRZ – Benetton Ford – 26.5 Points – 1 Win
7 – Jean Alesi – FRA – Ferrari – 21 Points
8 – Stefano Modena – ITA – Tyrrell Honda – 10 Points
9 – Andrea de Cesaris – ITA – Jordan Ford – 9 Points
10 – Roberto Moreno – BRZ – Benetton Ford/Jordan Ford/Minardi Ferrari – 8 Points

*Half points awarded at Australian Grand Prix due to stoppage (Heavy Rain)*

Constructors Championship Top 3

1 – McLaren Honda – GBR – 139 Points – 8 Wins
2 – Williams Renault – GBR – 125 Points – 7 Wins
3 – Ferrari – ITA – 55.5 Points

*Half points awarded at Australian Grand Prix due to stoppage (Heavy Rain)*

1992
Race Schedule and Winners

1 – 01 March 1992 – South African Grand Prix – Kyalami
— Pole: Nigel Mansell – Winner: Nigel Mansell – Williams-Renault
2 – 22 March 1992 – Mexican Grand Prix – Hermanos Rodriguez
— Pole: Nigel Mansell – Winner: Nigel Mansell – Williams-Renault
3 – 05 April 1992 – Brazilian Grand Prix – Interlagos
— Pole: Nigel Mansell – Winner: Nigel Mansell – Williams-Renault
4 – 03 May 1992 – Spanish Grand Prix – Circuit de Catalunya
— Pole: Nigel Mansell – Winner: Nigel Mansell – Williams-Renault
5 – 17 May 1992 – San Marino Grand Prix – Imola
— Pole: Nigel Mansell – Winner: Nigel Mansell – Williams-Renault
6 – 31 May 1992 – Monaco Grand Prix – Monte Carlo
— Pole: Nigel Mansell – Winner: Ayrton Senna – McLaren-Honda
7 – 14 June 1992 – Canadian Grand Prix – Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Gerhard Berger – McLaren-Honda
8 – 05 July 1992 – French Grand Prix – Magny Cours
— Pole: Nigel Mansell – Winner: Nigel Mansell – Williams-Renault
9 – 12 July 1992 – British Grand Prix – Silverstone
— Pole: Nigel Mansell – Winner: Nigel Mansell – Williams-Renault
10 – 26 July 1992 – German Grand Prix – Hockenheimring
— Pole: Nigel Mansell – Winner: Nigel Mansell – Williams-Renault
11 – 16 August 1992 – Hungarian Grand Prix – Hungaroring
— Pole: Riccardo Patrese – Winner: Ayrton Senna – McLaren-Honda
12 – 30 August 1992 – Belgian Grand Prix – Spa Francorchamps
— Pole: Nigel Mansell – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Benetton-Ford
13 – 13 September 1992 – Italian Grand Prix – Monza
— Pole: Nigel Mansell – Winner: Ayrton Senna – McLaren-Honda
14 – 27 September 1992 – Portuguese Grand Prix – Estoril
— Pole: Nigel Mansell – Winner: Nigel Mansell – Williams-Renault
15 – 25 October 1992 – Japanese Grand Prix – Suzuka
— Pole: Nigel Mansell – Winner: Riccardo Patrese – Williams-Renault
16 – 08 November 1992 – Australian Grand Prix – Adelaide
— Pole: Nigel Mansell – Winner: Gerhard Berger – McLaren-Honda

Drivers Championship Top 10

1 – Nigel Mansell – GBR – Williams Renault – 108 Points – 9 Wins
2 – Ricardo Patrese – ITA – Williams Renault – 56 Points – 1 Win
3 – Michael Schumacher – GER – Benetton Ford – 53 Points – 1 Win
4 – Ayrton Senna – BRZ – McLaren Honda – 50 Points – 3 Wins
5 – Gerhard Berger – AUT – McLaren Honda – 49 Points – 2 Wins
6 – Martin Brundle – GBR – Benetton Ford – 38 Points
7 – Jean Alesi – FRA – Ferrari – 18 Points
8 – Mika Hakkinen – FIN – Lotus Ford – 11 Points
9 – Andrea de Cesaris – ITA – Tyrrell Ilmor – 8 Points
10 – Michele Alboreto – ITA – Footwork Mugen-Honda – 6 Points

Constructors Championship Top 3

1 – Williams Renault – 164 Points – 10 Wins
2 – McLaren Honda – 99 Points – 5 Wins
3 – Benetton Ford – 91 Points – 1 Win

1993
Race Schedule and Winners

1 – 14 March 1993 – South African Grand Prix – Kyalami
— Pole: Alain Prost – Winner: Alain Prost – Williams-Renault
2 – 28 March 1993 – Brazilian Grand Prix – Interlagos
— Pole: Alain Prost – Winner: Ayrton Senna – McLaren-Ford
3 – 11 April 1993 – European Grand Prix – Donington Park
— Pole: Alain Prost – Winner: Ayrton Senna – McLaren-Ford
4 – 25 April 1993 – San Marino Grand Prix – Imola
— Pole: Alain Prost – Winner: Alain Prost – Williams-Renault
5 – 09 May 1993 – Spanish Grand Prix – Circuit de Catalunya
— Pole: Alain Prost – Winner: Alain Prost – Williams-Renault
6 – 23 May 1993 – Monaco Grand Prix – Monte Carlo
— Pole: Alain Prost – Winner: Ayrton Senna – McLaren-Ford
7 – 13 June 1993 – Canadian Grand Prix – Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
— Pole: Alain Prost – Winner: Alain Prost – Williams-Renault
8 – 04 July 1993 – French Grand Prix – Magny Cours
— Pole: Damon Hill – Winner: Alain Prost – Williams-Renault
9 – 11 July 1993 – British Grand Prix – Silverstone
— Pole: Alain Prost – Winner: Alain Prost – Williams-Renault
10 – 25 July 1993 – German Grand Prix – Hockenheimring
— Pole: Alain Prost – Winner: Alain Prost – Williams-Renault
11 – 15 August 1993 – Hungarian Grand Prix – Hungaroring
— Pole: Alain Prost – Winner: Damon Hill – Williams-Renault
12 – 29 August 1993 – Belgian Grand Prix – Spa Francorchamps
— Pole: Alain Prost – Winner: Damon Hill – Williams-Renault
13 – 12 September 1993 – Italian Grand Prix – Monza
— Pole: Alain Prost – Winner: Damon Hill – Williams-Renault
14 – 26 September 1993 – Portuguese Grand Prix – Estoril
— Pole: Damon Hill – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Benetton-Ford
15 – 24 October 1993 – Japanese Grand Prix – Suzuka
— Pole: Alain Prost – Winner: Ayrton Senna – McLaren-Ford
16 – 07 October 1993 – Australian Grand Prix – Adelaide
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Ayrton Senna – McLaren-Ford

Drivers Championship Top 10

1 – Alain Prost – FRA – Williams Renault – 99 Points – 7 Wins
2 – Ayrton Senna – BRZ – McLaren Ford – 73 Points – 5 Wins
3 – Damon Hill – GBR – Williams Renault – 69 Points – 3 Wins
4 – Michael Schumacher – GER – Benetton Ford – 52 Points – 1 Win
5 – Riccardo Patrese – ITA – Benetton Ford – 20 Points
6 – Jean Alesi – FRA – Ferrari – 16 Points
7 – Martin Brundle – GBR – Ligier Renault – 13 Points
8 – Gerhard Berger – AUT – Ferrari – 12 Points
9 – Johnny Herbert – GBR – Lotus Ford – 11 Points
10 – Mark Blundell – GBR – Ligier Renault – 10 Points

Constructors Championship Top 3

1 – Williams Renault – 168 Points – 10 Wins
2 – McLaren Ford – 84 Points – 5 Wins
3 – Benetton Ford – 72 Points – 1 Win

1994
Race Schedule and Winners

1 – 27 March 1994 – Brazilian Grand Prix – Interlagos
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Benetton-Ford
2 – 17 April 1994 – Pacific Grand Prix – Aida
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Benetton-Ford
3 – 01 May 1994 – San Marino Grand Prix – Imola
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Benetton-Ford
4 – 15 May 1994 – Monaco Grand Prix – Monte Carlo
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Benetton-Ford
5 – 29 May 1994 – Spanish Grand Prix – Circuit de Catalunya
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Damon Hill – Williams-Renault
6 – 12 June 1994 – Canadian Grand Prix – Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Benetton-Ford
7 – 03 July 1994 – French Grand Prix – Magny Cours
— Pole: Damon Hill – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Benetton-Ford
8 – 10 July 1994 – British Grand Prix – Silverstone
— Pole: Damon Hill – Winner: Damon Hill – Williams-Renault
9 – 31 July 1994 – German Grand Prix – Hockenheimring
— Pole: Gerhard Berger – Winner: Gerhard Berger – Ferrari
10 – 14 August 1994 – Hungarian Grand Prix – Hungaroring
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Benetton-Ford
11 – 28 August 1994 – Belgian Grand Prix – Spa Francorchamps
— Pole: Rubens Barrichello – Winner: Damon Hill – Williams-Renault
12 – 11 September 1994 – Italian Grand Prix – Monza
— Pole: Jean Alesi – Winner: Damon Hill – Williams-Renault
13 – 25 September 1994 – Portuguese Grand Prix – Estoril
— Pole: Gerhard Berger – Winner: Damon Hill – Williams-Renault
14 – 16 October 1994 – European Grand Prix – Jerez
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Michael Schumacher – Benetton-Ford
15 – 06 November 1994 – Japanese Grand Prix – Suzuka
— Pole: Michael Schumacher – Winner: Damon Hill – Williams-Renault
16 – 13 November 1994 – Australian Grand Prix – Adelaide
— Pole: Nigel Mansell – Winner: Nigel Mansell – Williams-Renault

Drivers Championship Top 10

1 – Michael Schumacher – GER – Benetton Ford – 92 Points – 8 Wins
2 – Damon Hill – GBR – Williams Renault – 91 Points – 6 Wins
3 – Gerhard Berger – AUT – Ferrari – 41 Points – 1 Win
4 – Mika Hakkinen – FIN – McLaren Peugeot – 26 Points
5 – Jean Alesi – FRA – Ferrari – 24 Points
6 – Rubens Barrichello – BRZ – Jordan Hart – 19 Points
7 – Martin Brundle – GBR – McLaren Peugeot – 16 Points
8 – David Coulthard – GBR – Williams Renault – 14 Points
9 – Nigel Mansell – GBR – Williams Renault – 13 Points – 1 Win
10 – Jos Verstappen – NED – Benetton Ford – 10 Points

Constructors Championship Top 3

1 – Williams Renault – GBR – 118 Points – 7 Wins
2 – Benetton Ford – GBR – 103 Points – 8 Wins
3 – Ferrari – ITA – 71 Points – 1 Win

F1 Through The Years – Part 8 – 1985-1989

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1985
Race Schedule and Winners

1 – 07 April 1985 – Brazilian Grand Prix – Jacarepagua
— Pole: Michele Alboreto – Winner: Alain Prost – McLaren-TAG
2 – 21 April 1985 – Portuguese Grand Prix – Estoril
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Ayrton Senna – Lotus-Renault
3 – 05 May 1985 – San Marino Grand Prix – Imola
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Elio de Angelis – Lotus-Renault
4 – 19 May 1985 – Monaco Grand Prix – Monte Carlo
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Alain Prost – McLaren-TAG
5 – 16 June 1985 – Canadian Grand Prix – Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
— Pole: Elio de Angelis – Winner: Michele Alboreto – Ferrari
6 – 23 June 1985 – Detroit Grand Prix – Detroit
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Keke Rosberg – Williams-Honda
7 – 07 July 1985 – French Grand Prix – Paul Ricard
— Pole: Keke Rosberg – Winner: Nelson Piquet – Brabham-BMW
8 – 21 July 1985 – British Grand Prix – Silverstone
— Pole: Keke Rosberg – Winner: Alain Prost – McLaren-TAG
9 – 04 August 1985 – German Grand Prix – Nurburgring
— Pole: Teo Fabi – Winner: Michele Alboreto – Ferrari
10 – 18 August 1985 – Austrian Grand Prix – Osterreichring
— Pole: Alain Prost – Winner: Alain Prost – McLaren-TAG
11 – 25 August 1985 – Dutch Grand Prix – Zandvoort
— Pole: Nelson Piquet – Winner: Niki Lauda – McLaren-TAG
12 – 08 September 1985 – Italian Grand Prix – Monza
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Alain Prost – McLaren-TAG
13 – 15 September 1985 – Belgian Grand Prix – Spa Francorchamps
— Pole: Alain Prost – Winner: Ayrton Senna – Lotus-Renault
14 – 06 October 1985 – European Grand Prix – Brands Hatch
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Nigel Mansell – Williams-Honda
15 – 19 October 1985 – South African Grand Prix – Kyalami
— Pole: Nigel Mansell – Winner: Nigel Mansell – Williams-Honda
16 – 03 November 1985 – Australian Grand Prix – Adelaide
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Keke Rosberg – Williams-Honda

Drivers Championship Top 10

1 – Alain Prost – FRA – McLaren TAG – 73 Points (76*) – 5 Wins
2 – Michele Alboreto – ITA – Ferrari – 53 Points – 2 Wins
3 – Keke Rosberg – FIN – Williams Honda – 40 Points – 2 Wins
4 – Ayrton Senna – BRZ – Lotus Renault – 38 Points – 2 Wins
5 – Elio de Angelis – FRA – Lotus Renault – 33 Points – 1 Win
6 – Nigel Mansell – GBR – Williams Honda – 31 Points – 2 Wins
7 – Stefan Johansson – SWE – Ferrari – 26 Points
8 – Nelson Piquet – BRZ – Brabham BMW – 21 Points – 1 Win
9 – Jacques Laffite – FRA – Ligier Renault – 16 Points
10 – Niki Lauda – AUT – McLaren TAG – 14 Points – 1 Win

*Only best eleven results counted towards the championship*

Constructors Championship Top 3

1 – McLaren TAG – GBR – 90 Points – 6 Wins
2 – Ferrari – ITA – 82 Points – 2 Wins
3 – Williams Honda – GBR – 71 Points – 4 Wins

1986
Race Schedule and Winners

1 – 23 March 1986 – Brazilian Grand Prix – Jacarepagua
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Nelson Piquet – Williams-Honda
2 – 13 April 1986 – Spanish Grand Prix – Jerez
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Ayrton Senna – Lotus-Renault
3 – 27 April 1986 – San Marino Grand Prix – Imola
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Alain Prost – McLaren-TAG
4 – 11 May 1986 – Monaco Grand Prix – Monte Carlo
— Pole: Alain Prost – Winner: Alain Prost – McLaren-TAG
5 – 25 May 1986 – Belgian Grand Prix – Spa Francorchamps
— Pole: Nelson Piquet – Winner: Nigel Mansell – Williams-Honda
6 – 15 June 1986 – Canadian Grand Prix – Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
— Pole: Nigel Mansell – Winner: Nigel Mansell – Williams-Honda
7 – 22 June 1986 – Detroit Grand Prix – Detroit
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Ayrton Senna – Lotus-Renault
8 – 06 July 1986 – French Grand Prix – Paul Ricard
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Nigel Mansell – Williams-Honda
9 – 13 July 1986 – British Grand Prix – Brands Hatch
— Pole: Nelson Piquet – Winner: Nigel Mansell – Williams-Honda
10 – 27 July 1986 – German Grand Prix – Hockenheimring
— Pole: Keke Rosberg – Winner: Nelson Piquet – Williams-Honda
11 – 10 August 1986 – Hungarian Grand Prix – Hungaroring
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Nelson Piquet – Williams-Honda
12 – 17 August 1986 – Austrian Grand Prix – Osterreichring
— Pole: Teo Fabi – Winner: Alain Prost – McLaren-TAG
13 – 07 September 1986 – Italian Grand Prix – Monza
— Pole: Teo Fabi – Winner: Nelson Piquet – Williams-Honda
14 – 21 September 1986 – Portuguese Grand Prix – Estoril
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Nigel Mansell – Williams-Honda
15 – 12 October 1986 – Mexican Grand Prix – Hermanos Rodriguez
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Gerhard Berger – Benetton-BMW
16 – 26 October 1986 – Australian Grand Prix – Adelaide
— Pole: Nigel Mansell – Winner: Alain Prost – McLaren-TAG

Drivers Championship Top 10

1 – Alain Prost – FRA – McLaren TAG – 72 Points (74*) – 4 Wins
2 – Nigel Mansell – GBR – Williams Honda – 70 Points (72*) – 5 Wins
3 – Nelson Piquet – BRZ – Williams Honda – 69 Points – 3 Wins
4 – Ayrton Senna – BRZ – Lotus Renault – 55 Points – 2 Wins
5 – Stefan Johansson – SWE – Ferrari – 23 Points
6 – Keke Rosberg – FIN – McLaren TAG – 22 Points
7 – Gerhard Berger – AUT – Benetton BMW – 17 Points – 1 Win
8 – Jacques Laffite – FRA – Ligier Renault – 14 Points
9 – Michele Alboreto – ITA – Ferrari – 14 Points
10 – Rene Arnoux – FRA – Ligier Renault – 14 Points

*Only best eleven results counted towards the championship*

Constructors Championship Top 3

1 – Williams Honda – GBR – 141 Points – 9 Wins
2 – McLaren TAG – GBR – 96 Points – 4 Wins
3 – Lotus Renault – GBR – 58 Points – 2 Wins

1987
Race Schedule and Winners

1 – 12 April 1987 – Brazilian Grand Prix – Jacarepagua
— Pole: Nigel Mansell – Winner: Alain Prost – McLaren-TAG
2 – 03 May 1987 – San Marino Grand Prix – Imola
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Nigel Mansell – Williams-Honda
3 – 17 May 1987 – Belgian Grand Prix – Spa Francorchamps
— Pole: Nigel Mansell – Winner: Alain Prost – McLaren-TAG
4 – 31 May 1987 – Monaco Grand Prix – Monte Carlo
— Pole: Nigel Mansell – Winner: Ayrton Senna – Lotus-Honda
5 – 21 June 1987 – Detroit Grand Prix – Detroit
— Pole: Nigel Mansell – Winner: Ayrton Senna – Lotus-Honda
6 – 05 July 1987 – French Grand Prix – Paul Ricard
— Pole: Nigel Mansell – Winner: Nigel Mansell – Williams-Honda
7 – 12 July 1987 – British Grand Prix – Silverstone
— Pole: Nelson Piquet – Winner: Nigel Mansell – Williams-Honda
8 – 26 July 1987 – German Grand Prix – Hockenheimring
— Pole: Nigel Mansell – Winner: Nelson Piquet – Williams-Honda
9 – 09 August 1987 – Hungarian Grand Prix – Hungaroring
— Pole: Nigel Mansell – Winner: Nelson Piquet – Williams-Honda
10 – 16 August 1987 – Austrian Grand Prix – Osterreichring
— Pole: Nelson Piquet – Winner: Nigel Mansell – Williams-Honda
11 – 06 September 1987 – Italian Grand Prix – Monza
— Pole: Nelson Piquet – Winner: Nelson Piquet – Williams-Honda
12 – 20 September 1987 – Portuguese Grand Prix – Estoril
— Pole: Gerhard Berger – Winner: Alain Prost – McLaren-TAG
13 – 27 September 1987 – Spanish Grand Prix – Jerez
— Pole: Nelson Piquet – Winner: Nigel Mansell – Williams-Honda
14 – 18 October 1987 – Mexican Grand Prix – Hermanos Rodriguez
— Pole: Nigel Mansell – Winner: Nigel Mansell – Williams-Honda
15 – 01 November 1987 – Japanese Grand Prix – Suzuka
— Pole: Gerhard Berger – Winner: Gerhard Berger – Ferrari
16 – 15 November 1987 – Australian Grand Prix – Adelaide
— Pole: Gerhard Berger – Winner: Gerhard Berger – Ferrari

Drivers Championship Top 10

1 – Nelson Piquet – BRZ – Williams Honda – 73 Points (76*) – 3 Wins
2 – Nigel Mansell – GBR – Williams Honda – 61 Points – 6 Wins
3 – Ayrton Senna – BRZ – Lotus Honda – 57 Points – 2 Wins
4 – Alain Prost – FRA – McLaren TAG – 46 Points – 3 Wins
5 – Gerhard Berger – AUT – Ferrari – 36 Points – 2 Wins
6 – Stefan Johansson – SWE – McLaren TAG – 30 Points
7 – Michele Alboreto – ITA – Ferrari – 17 Points
8 – Thierry Boutsen – BEL – Benetton Ford – 16 Points
9 – Teo Fabi – ITA – Benetton Ford – 12 Points
10 – Eddie Cheever – USA – Arrows Megatron – 8 Points

*Only best eleven results counted towards the championship*

Constructors Championship Top 3

1 – Williams Honda – GBR – 137 Points – 9 Wins
2 – McLaren TAG – GBR – 76 Points – 3 Wins
3 – Lotus Honda – GBR – 64 Points – 2 Wins

1988
Race Schedule and Winners

1 – 03 April 1988 – Brazilian Grand Prix – Jacarepagua
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Alain Prost – McLaren-Honda
2 – 01 May 1988 – San Marino Grand Prix – Imola
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Ayrton Senna – McLaren-Honda
3 – 15 May 1988 – Monaco Grand Prix – Monte Carlo
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Alain Prost – McLaren-Honda
4 – 29 May 1988 – Mexican Grand Prix – Hermanos Rodriguez
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Alain Prost – McLaren-Honda
5 – 12 June 1988 – Canadian Grand Prix – Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Ayrton Senna – McLaren-Honda
6 – 19 June 1988 – Detroit Grand Prix – Detroit
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Ayrton Senna – McLaren-Honda
7 – 03 July 1988 – French Grand Prix – Paul Ricard
— Pole: Alain Prost – Winner: Alain Prost – McLaren-Honda
8 – 10 July 1988 – British Grand Prix – Silverstone
— Pole: Gerhard Berger – Winner: Ayrton Senna – McLaren-Honda
9 – 24 July 1988 – German Grand Prix – Hockenheimring
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Ayrton Senna – McLaren-Honda
10 – 07 August 1988 – Hungarian Grand Prix – Hungaroring
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Ayrton Senna – McLaren-Honda
11 – 28 August 1988 – Belgian Grand Prix – Spa Francorchamps
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Ayrton Senna – McLaren-Honda
12 – 11 September 1988 – Italian Grand Prix – Monza
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Gerhard Berger – Ferrari
13 – 25 September 1988 – Portuguese Grand Prix – Estoril
— Pole: Alain Prost – Winner: Alain Prost – McLaren-Honda
14 – 02 October 1988 – Spanish Grand Prix – Jerez
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Alain Prost – McLaren-Honda
15 – 30 October 1988 – Japanese Grand Prix – Suzuka
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Ayrton Senna – McLaren-Honda
16 – 13 November 1988 – Australian Grand Prix – Adelaide
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Alain Prost – McLaren-Honda

Drivers Championship Top 10

1 – Ayrton Senna – BRZ – McLaren Honda – 90 Points (84*) – 8 Wins
2 – Alain Prost – FRA – McLaren Honda – 87 Points (105*) – 7 Wins
3 – Gerhard Berger – AUT – Ferrari – 41 Points – 1 Win
4 – Thierry Boutsen – BEL – Benetton Ford – 27 Points
5 – Michele Alboreto – ITA – Ferrari – 24 Points
6 – Nelson Piquet – BRZ – Lotus Honda – 22 Points
7 – Ivan Capelli – ITA – March Judd – 17 Points
8 – Derek Warwick – GBR – Arrows Megatron – 17 Points
9 – Nigel Mansell – GBR – Williams Judd – 12 Points
10 – Alessandro Nannini – ITA – Benetton Ford – 12 Points

*Only best eleven results counted towards the championship*

Constructors Championship Top 3

1 – McLaren Honda – GBR – 199 Points – 15 Wins
2 – Ferrari – ITA – 65 Points – 1 Win
3 – Benetton Ford – GBR – 39 Points

1989
Race Schedule and Winners

1 – 26 March 1989 – Brazilian Grand Prix – Jacarepagua
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Nigel Mansell – Ferrari
2 – 23 April 1989 – San Marino Grand Prix – Imola
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Ayrton Senna – McLaren-Honda
3 – 07 May 1989 – Monaco Grand Prix – Monte Carlo
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Ayrton Senna – McLaren-Honda
4 – 28 May 1989 – Mexican Grand Prix – Hermanos Rodriguez
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Ayrton Senna – McLaren-Honda
5 – 04 June 1989 – United States Grand Prix – Phoenix
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Alain Prost – McLaren-Honda
6 – 18 June 1989 – Canadian Grand Prix – Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
— Pole: Alain Prost – Winner: Thierry Boutsen – Williams-Renault
7 – 09 July 1989 – French Grand Prix – Paul Ricard
— Pole: Alain Prost – Winner: Alain Prost – McLaren-Honda
8 – 16 July 1989 – British Grand Prix – Silverstone
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Alain Prost – McLaren-Honda
9 – 30 July 1989 – German Grand Prix – Hockenheimring
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Ayrton Senna – McLaren-Honda
10 – 13 August 1989 – Hungarian Grand Prix – Hungaroring
— Pole: Riccardo Patrese – Winner: Nigel Mansell – Ferrari
11 – 27 August 1989 – Belgian Grand Prix – Spa Francorchamps
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Ayrton Senna – McLaren-Honda
12 – 10 September 1989 – Italian Grand Prix – Monza
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Alain Prost – McLaren-Honda
13 – 24 September 1989 – Portuguese Grand Prix – Estoril
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Gerhard Berger – Ferrari
14 – 01 October 1989 – Spanish Grand Prix – Jerez
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Ayrton Senna – McLaren-Honda
15 – 22 October 1989 – Japanese Grand Prix – Suzuka
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Alessandro Nannini – Benetton-Ford
16 – 05 November 1989 – Australian Grand Prix – Adelaide
— Pole: Ayrton Senna – Winner: Thierry Boutsen – Williams-Renault

Drivers Championship Top 10

1 – Alain Prost – FRA – McLaren Honda – 76 Points (81*) – 4 Wins
2 – Ayrton Senna – BRZ – McLaren Honda – 60 Points – 6 Wins
3 – Ricardo Patrese – ITA – Williams Renault – 40 Points
4 – Nigel Mansell – GBR – Ferrari – 38 Points – 2 Wins
5 – Theirry Boutsen – BEL – Williams Renault – 37 Points – 2 Wins
6 – Alessandro Nannini – ITA – Benetton Ford – 32 Points – 1 Wni
7 – Gerhard Berger – AUT – Ferrari – 21 Points – 1 Win
8 – Nelson Piquet – BRZ – Lotus Judd – 12 Points
9 – Jean Alesi – FRA – Tyrrell Ford – 8 Points
10 – Derek Warwick – GBR – Arrows Ford – 7 Points

*Only best eleven results counted towards the championship*

Constructors Championship Top 3

1 – McLaren Honda – GBR – 129 Points (141*) – 10 Wins
2 – Williams Renault – GBR – 75 Points (77*) – 2 Wins
3 – Ferrari – ITA – 59 Points – 3 Wins

*Only best eleven results counted towards the championship*

F1 Through The Years – Part 7 – 1980-1984

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1980
Race Schedule and Winners

1 – 13 January 1980 – Argentine Grand Prix – Buenos Aires
— Pole: Alan Jones – Winner: Alan Jones – Williams-Ford
2 – 27 January 1980 – Brazilian Grand Prix – Interlagos
— Pole: Jean-Pierre Jabouille – Winner: Rene Arnoux – Renault
3 – 01 March 1980 – South African Grand Prix – Kyalami
— Pole: Jean-Pierre Jabouille – Winner: Rene Arnoux – Renault
4 – 30 March 1980 – United States Grand Prix West – Long Beach
— Pole: Nelson Piquet – Winner: Nelson Piquet – Brabham-Ford
5 – 04 May 1980 – Belgian Grand Prix – Zolder
— Pole: Alan Jones – Winner: Didier Pironi – Ligier-Ford
6 – 18 May 1980 – Monaco Grand Prix – Monte Carlo
— Pole: Didier Pironi – Winner: Carlos Reutemann – Williams-Ford
7 – 29 June 1980 – French Grand Prix – Paul Ricard
— Pole: Jacques Laffite – Winner: Alan Jones – Williams-Ford
8 – 13 July 1980 – British Grand Prix – Brands Hatch
— Pole: Didier Pironi – Winner: Alan Jones – Williams-Ford
9 – 10 August 1980 – German Grand Prix – Hockenheimring
— Pole: Alan Jones – Winner: Jacques Laffite – Ligier-Ford
10 – 17 August 1980 – Austrian Grand Prix – Osterreichring
— Pole: Rene Arnoux – Winner: Jean-Pierre Jabouille – Renault
11 – 31 August 1980 – Dutch Grand Prix – Zandvoort
— Pole: Rene Arnoux – Winner: Nelson Piquet – Brabham-Ford
12 – 14 September 1980 – Italian Grand Prix – Imola
— Pole: Rene Arnoux – Winner: Nelson Piquet – Brabham-Ford
13 – 28 September 1980 – Canadian Grand Prix – Ile Notre-Dame
— Pole: Nelson Piquet – Winner: Alan Jones – Williams-Ford
14 – 05 October 1980 – United States Grand Prix – Watkins Glen
— Pole: Bruno Giacomelli – Winner: Alan Jones – Williams-Ford

Drivers Championship Top 10

1 – Alan Jones – AUS – Williams Ford – 67 Points (71*) – 5 Wins
2 – Nelson Piquet – BRZ – Brabham Ford – 54 Points – 3 Wins
3 – Carlos Reutemann – ARG – Williams Ford – 42 Points (49*) – 1 Win
4 – Jacques Laffite – FRA – Ligier Ford – 34 Points – 1 Win
5 – Didier Pironi – FRA – Ligier Ford – 32 Points – 1 Win
6 – Rene Arnoux – FRA – Renault – 29 Points – 2 Wins
7 – Elio de Angelis – ITA – Lotus Ford – 13 Points
8 – Jean-Pierre Jabouille – FRA – Renault – 9 Points
9 – Ricardo Patrese – ITA – Arrows Ford – 7 Points
10 – Keke Rosberg – FIN – Fittipaldi Ford – 6 Points

*Only the best five results from the first seven races and the best five results from the remaining seven races counted towards the championship*

Constructors Championship Top 3

1 – Williams Ford – GBR – 120 Points – 6 Wins
2 – Ligier Ford – FRA – 66 Points – 2 Wins
3 – Brabham Ford – GBR – 55 Points – 3 Wins

1981
Race Schedule and Winners

1 – 15 March 1981 – United States Grand Prix West – Long Beach
— Pole: Riccardo Patrese – Winner: Alan Jones – Williams-Ford
2 – 29 March 1981 – Brazilian Grand Prix – Jacarepagua
— Pole: Nelson Piquet – Winner: Carlos Reutemann – Williams-Ford
3 – 12 April 1981 – Argentine Grand Prix – Buenos Aires
— Pole: Nelson Piquet – Winner: Nelson Piquet – Brabham-Ford
4 – 03 May 1981 – San Marino Grand Prix – Imola
— Pole: Gilles Villeneuve – Winner: Nelson Piquet – Brabham-Ford
5 – 17 May 1981 – Belgian Grand Prix – Zolder
— Pole: Carlos Reutemann – Winner: Carlos Reutemann – Williams-Ford
6 – 31 May 1981 – Monaco Grand Prix – Monte Carlo
— Pole: Nelson Piquet – Winner: Gilles Villeneuve – Ferrari
7 – 21 June 1981 – Spanish Grand Prix – Jarama
— Pole: Jacques Laffite – Winner: Gilles Villeneuve – Ferrari
8 – 05 July 1981 – French Grand Prix – Dijon-Prenois
— Pole: Rene Arnoux – Winner: Alain Prost – Renault
9 – 18 July 1981 – British Grand Prix – Silverstone
— Pole: Rene Arnoux – Winner: John Watson – McLaren-Ford
10 – 02 August 1981 – German Grand Prix – Hockenheimring
— Pole: Alain Prost – Winner: Nelson Piquet – Brabham-Ford
11 – 16 August 1981 – Austrian Grand Prix – Osterreichring
— Pole: Rene Arnoux – Winner: Jacques Laffite – Ligier-Matra
12 – 30 August 1981 – Dutch Grand Prix – Zandvoort
— Pole: Alain Prost – Winner: Alain Prost – Renault
13 – 13 September 1981 – Italian Grand Prix – Monza
— Pole: Rene Arnoux – Winner: Alain Prost – Renault
14 – 27 September 1981 – Canadian Grand Prix – Ile Notre Dame
— Pole: Nelson Piquet – Winner: Jacques Laffite – Ligier-Matra
15 – 17 October 1981 – Caesers Palace Grand Prix – Caesers Palace
— Pole: Carlos Reutemann – Winner: Alan Jones – Williams-Ford

Drivers Championship Top 10

1 – Nelson Piquet – BRZ – Brabham Ford – 50 Points – 3 Wins
2 – Carlos Reutemann – ARG – Williams Ford – 49 Points – 2 Wins
3 – Alan Jones – AUS – Williams Ford – 46 Points – 2 Wins
4 – Jacques Laffite – FRA – Ligier Matra – 44 Points – 2 Wins
5 – Alain Prost – FRA – Renault – 43 Points – 3 Wins
6 – John Watson – GBR – McLaren Ford – 27 Points – 1 Win
7 – Gilles Villeneuve – CAN – Ferrari – 25 Points – 2 Wins
8 – Elio de Angelis – ITA – Lotus Ford – 14 Points
9 – Rene Arnoux – FRA – Renault – 11 Points
10 – Hector Rebaque – MEX – Brabham Ford – 11 Points

Constructors Championship Top 3

1 – Williams Ford – GBR – 95 Points – 4 Wins
2 – Brabham Ford – GBR – 61 Points – 3 Wins
3 – Renault – FRA – 54 Points – 3 Wins

1982
Race Schedule and Winners

1 – 23 January 1982 – South African Grand Prix – Kyalami
— Pole: Rene Arnoux – Winner: Alain Prost – Renault
2 – 21 March 1982 – Brazilian Grand Prix – Jacarepagua
— Pole: Alain Prost – Winner: Alain Prost – Renault
3 – 04 April 1982 – United States Grand Prix West – Long Beach
— Pole: Andrea de Cesaris – Winner: Niki Lauda – McLaren-Ford
4 – 25 April 1982 – San Marino Grand Prix – Imola
— Pole: Rene Arnoux – Winner: Didier Pironi – Ferrari
5 – 09 May 1982 – Belgian Grand Prix – Zolder
— Pole: Alain Prost – Winner: John Watson – McLaren-Ford
6 – 23 May 1982 – Monaco Grand Prix – Monte Carlo
— Pole: Rene Arnoux – Winner: Riccardo Patrese – Brabham-Ford
7 – 06 June 1982 – Detroit Grand Prix – Detroit
— Pole: Alain Prost – Winner: John Watson – McLaren-Ford
8 – 13 June 1982 – Canadian Grand Prix – Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
— Pole: Didier Pironi – Winner: Nelson Piquet – Brabham-BMW
9 – 03 July 1982 – Dutch Grand Prix – Zandvoort
— Pole: Rene Arnoux – Winner: Didier Pironi – Ferrari
10 – 18 July 1982 – British Grand Prix – Brands Hatch
— Pole: Keke Rosberg – Winner: Niki Lauda – McLaren-Ford
11 – 25 July 1982 – French Grand Prix – Paul Ricard
— Pole: Rene Arnoux – Winner: Rene Arnoux – Renault
12 – 08 August 1982 – German Grand Prix – Hockenheimring
— Pole: Didier Pironi – Winner: Patrick Tambay – Ferrari
13 – 15 August 1982 – Austrian Grand Prix – Osterreichring
— Pole: Nelson Piquet – Winner: Elio de Angelis – Lotus-Ford
14 – 29 August 1982 – Swiss Grand Prix – Dijon
— Pole: Alain Prost – Winner: Keke Rosberg – Williams-Ford
15 – 12 September 1982 – Italian Grand Prix – Monza
— Pole: Mario Andretti – Winner: Rene Arnoux – Renault
16 – 25 September 1982 – Caesers Palace Grand Prix – Caesers Palace
— Pole: Alain Prost – Winner: Michele Alboreto – Tyrrell-Ford

Drivers Championship Top 10

1 – Keke Rosberg – FIN – Williams Ford – 44 Points – 1 Win
2 – Didier Pironi – FRA – Ferrari – 39 Points – 2 Wins
3 – John Watson – GBR – McLaren Ford – 39 Points – 2 Wins
4 – Alain Prost – FRA – Renault – 34 Points – 2 Wins
5 – Niki Lauda – AUT – McLaren Ford – 30 Points – 2 Wins
6 – Rene Arnoux – FRA – Renault – 28 Points – 2 Wins
7 – Patrick Tambay – FRA – Ferrari – 25 Points – 1 Win
8 – Michele Alboreto – ITA – Tyrrell Ford – 25 Points – 1 Win
9 – Elio de Angelis – ITA – Lotus Ford – 23 Points – 1 Win
10 – Ricardo Patrese – ITA – Brabham BMW/Brabham Ford – 21 Points – 1 Win

Constructors Championship Top 3

1 – Ferrari – ITA – 74 Points – 3 Wins
2 – McLaren Ford – GBR – 69 Points – 4 Wins
3 – Renault – FRA – 62 Points – 4 Wins

1983
Race Schedule and Winners

1 – 13 March 1983 – Brazilian Grand Prix – Jacarepagua
— Pole: Keke Rosberg – Winner: Nelson Piquet – Brabham-BMW
2 – 27 March 1983 – United States Grand Prix West – Long Beach
— Pole: Patrick Tambay – Winner: John Watson – McLaren-Ford
3 – 17 April 1983 – French Grand Prix – Paul Ricard
— Pole: Alain Prost – Winner: Alain Prost – Renault
4 – 01 May 1983 – San Marino Grand Prix – Imola
— Pole: Rene Arnoux – Winner: Patrick Tambay – Ferrari
5 – 15 May 1983 – Monaco Grand Prix – Monte Carlo
— Pole: Alain Prost – Winner: Keke Rosberg – Williams-Ford
6 – 22 May 1983 – Belgian Grand Prix – Spa Francorchamps
— Pole: Alain Prost – Winner: Alain Prost – Renault
7 – 05 June 1983 – Detroit Grand Prix – Detroit
— Pole: Rene Arnoux – Winner: Michele Alboreto – Tyrrell-Ford
8 – 12 June 1983 – Canadian Grand Prix – Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
— Pole: Rene Arnoux – Winner: Rene Arnoux – Ferrari
9 – 16 July 1983 – British Grand Prix – Silverstone
— Pole: Rene Arnoux – Winner: Alain Prost – Renault
10 – 07 August 1983 – German Grand Prix – Hockenheimring
— Pole: Patrick Tambay – Winner: Rene Arnoux – Ferrari
11 – 14 August 1983 – Austrian Grand Prix – Osterreichring
— Pole: Patrick Tambay – Winner: Alain Prost – Ferrari
12 – 28 August 1983 – Dutch Grand Prix – Zandvoort
— Pole: Nelson Piquet – Winner: Rene Arnoux – Ferrari
13 – 11 September 1983 – Italian Grand Prix – Monza
— Pole: Riccardo Patrese – Winner: Nelson Piquet – Brabham-BMW
14 – 25 September 1983 – European Grand Prix – Brands Hatch
— Pole: Elio de Angelis – Winner: Nelson Piquet – Brabham-BMW
15 – 15 October 1983 – South African Grand Prix – Kyalami
— Pole: Patrick Tambay – Winner: Riccardo Patrese – Brabham-BMW

Drivers Championship Top 10

1 – Nelson Piquet – BRZ – Brabham BMW – 59 Points – 3 Wins
2 – Alain Prost – FRA – Renault – 57 Points – 4 Wins
3 – Rene Arnoux – FRA – Ferrari – 49 Points – 3 Wins
4 – Patrick Tambay – FRA – Ferrari – 40 Points – 1 Win
5 – Keke Rosberg – FIN – Williams Ford/Williams Honda – 27 Points – 1 Win
6 – John Watson – GBR – McLaren Ford/McLaren TAG – 22 Points – 1 Win
7 – Eddie Cheever – USA – Renault – 22 Points
8 – Andrea de Cesaris – ITA – Alfa Romeo – 15 Points
9 – Ricardo Patrese – ITA – Brabham BMW – 13 Points – 1 Win
10 – Niki Lauda – AUT – McLaren Ford/McLaren TAG – 12 Points

Constructors Championship Top 3

1 – Ferrari – ITA – 89 Points – 4 Wins
2 – Renault – FRA – 79 Points – 4 Wins
3 – Brabham BMW – GBR – 72 Points – 4 Wins

1984
Race Schedule and Winners

1 – 25 March 1984 – Brazilian Grand Prix – Jacarepagua
— Pole: Elio de Angelis – Winner: Alain Prost – McLaren-TAG
2 – 07 April 1984 – South African Grand Prix – Kyalami
— Pole: Nelson Piquet – Winner: Niki Lauda – McLaren-TAG
3 – 29 April 1984 – Belgian Grand Prix – Zolder
— Pole: Michele Alboreto – Winner: Michele Alboreto – Ferrari
4 – 06 May 1984 – San Marino Grand Prix – Imola
— Pole: Nelson Piquet – Winner: Alain Prost – McLaren-TAG
5 – 20 May 1984 – French Grand Prix – Dijon
— Pole: Patrick Tambay – Winner: Niki Lauda – McLaren-TAG
6 – 03 June 1984 – Monaco Grand Prix – Monte Carlo
— Pole: Alain Prost – Winner: Alain Prost – McLaren-TAG
7 – 17 June 1984 – Canadian Grand Prix – Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
— Pole: Nelson Piquet – Winner: Nelson Piquet – Brabham-BMW
8 – 24 June 1984 – Detroit Grand Prix – Detroit
— Pole: Nelson Piquet – Winner: Nelson Piquet – Brabham-BMW
9 – 08 July 1984 – Dallas Grand Prix – Dallas
— Pole: Nigel Mansell – Winner: Keke Rosberg – Williams-Honda
10 – 22 July 1984 – British Grand Prix – Brands Hatch
— Pole: Nelson Piquet – Winner: Niki Lauda – McLaren-TAG
11 – 05 August 1984 – German Grand Prix – Hockenheimring
— Pole: Alain Prost – Winner: Alain Prost – McLaren-TAG
12 – 19 August 1984 – Austrian Grand Prix – Osterreichring
— Pole: Nelson Piquet – Winner: Niki Lauda – McLaren-TAG
13 – 26 August 1984 – Dutch Grand Prix – Zandvoort
— Pole: Alain Prost – Winner: Alain Prost – McLaren-TAG
14 – 09 September 1984 – Italian Grand Prix – Monza
— Pole: Nelson Piquet – Winner: Niki Lauda – McLaren-TAG
15 – 07 October 1984 – European Grand Prix – Nurburgring
— Pole: Nelson Piquet – Winner: Alain Prost – McLaren-TAG
16 – 21 October 1984 – Portuguese Grand Prix – Estoril
— Pole: Nelson Piquet – Winner: Alain Prost – McLaren-TAG

Drivers Championship Top 10

1 – Niki Lauda – AUT – McLaren TAG – 72 Points – 5 Wins
2 – Alain Prost – FRA – McLaren TAG – 71.5 Points – 7 Wins
3 – Elio de Angelis – ITA – Lotus Renault – 34 Points
4 – Michele Alboreto – ITA – Ferrari – 30.5 Points – 1 Win
5 – Nelson Piquet – BRZ – Brabham BMW – 29 Points – 2 Wins
6 – Rene Arnoux – FRA – Ferrari – 27 Points
7 – Derek Warwick – GBR – Renault – 23 Points
8 – Keke Rosberg – FIN – Williams Honda – 20.5 Points – 1 Win
9 – Ayrton Senna – BRZ – Toleman Hart – 13 Points
10 – Nigel Mansell – GBR – Lotus Renault – 13 Points

*Half Points awarded at Monaco Grand Prix due to race stoppage (heavy rain)*

Constructors Championship Top 10

1 – McLaren TAG – GBR – 143.5 Points – 12 Wins
2 – Ferrari – ITA – 57.5 Points – 1 Win
3 – Lotus Renault – GBR – 47 Points

*Half Points awarded at Monaco Grand Prix due to race stoppage (heavy rain)*