We’re all winners

October 22, 2008

The 29 Formula 1 World Champions, listed in order of the number of Grand Prix wins they had to their name at the time of their first title.  (Lewis Hamilton currently has 9, Felipe Massa 10).

1: Keke Rosberg (SF) (1982)

2: Jack Brabham (AUS) (1959-1960, 1966)

3: Guiseppe Farina (I) (1950); Mike Hawthorn (GB) (1958); Phil Hill (USA) (1961); John Surtees (GB) (1964)

4: Graham Hill (GB) (1962, 1968); Denny Hulme (NZ) (1967)

6: Juan Manuel Fangio (RA) (1951, 1954-1957); Alberto Ascari (I) (1952-1953); Jochen Rindt (A) (1970); Emerson Fittipaldi (BR) (1972, 1974); Niki Lauda (A) (1975, 1977, 1984); Nelson Piquet (BR) (1981, 1983, 1987)

7: James Hunt (GB) (1976); Fernando Alonso (E) (2005-2006)

8: Jim Clark (GB) (1963, 1965)

9: Alan Jones (AUS) (1980); Mika Häkkinen (SF) (1998-1999)

10: Jody Scheckter (ZA) (1979); Michael Schumacher (D) (1994-1995, 2000-2004)

11: Jackie Stewart (GB) (1969, 1971, 1973); Jacques Villeneuve (CDN) (1997)

12: Mario Andretti (USA) (1978)

14: Ayrton Senna (BR) (1988, 1990-1991)

15: Kimi Räikkönen (SF) (2007)

21: Alain Prost (F) (1985-1986, 1989, 1993); Damon Hill (GB) (1996)

29: Nigel Mansell (GB) (1992)

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