List of Formula One driver records

List of Formula One driver records

This is a list of driver records in the FIA World Championships, since 1950. Drivers who have competed in the 2011 Formula One season are highlighted in bold.

This page is accurate up to and including the 2011 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

Races entered and started

Drivers are considered to be "entered" into a race if they attempt to compete in at least one official practice session with the intent of entering the race. These drivers are noted on the "entry list" for that race. A driver is considered to have started a race if they line-up on the grid (or at the pitlane exit) for the start of a race. If a race is stopped and re-started, participation in any portion of the race is counted, but only if that portion was in any way counted towards the final classification (e.g., most races stopped before the end of the leader's 2nd lap had the first part declared null and void in the 1990s and early 2000s, but the first part did count if it was run for more than 1 complete lap before the race was stopped).

Total entries

Driver Seasons Entries
1 Brazil Rubens Barrichello 19932011 325
2 Germany Michael Schumacher 19912006, 20102011 287
3 Italy Riccardo Patrese 19771993 257
4 Italy Jarno Trulli 19972011 255
5 United Kingdom David Coulthard 19942008 247
6 Italy Giancarlo Fisichella 19962009 231
7 Italy Michele Alboreto 19811994 215
8 Italy Andrea de Cesaris 19801994 214
9 Austria Gerhard Berger 19841997 210
10 United Kingdom Jenson Button 20002011 209

Total starts

Driver Seasons Starts
1 Brazil Rubens Barrichello 19932011 321
2 Germany Michael Schumacher 19912006, 20102011 286
3 Italy Riccardo Patrese 19771993 256
4 Italy Jarno Trulli 19972011 251
5 United Kingdom David Coulthard 19942008 246
6 Italy Giancarlo Fisichella 19962009 229
7 Austria Gerhard Berger 19841997 210
8 Italy Andrea de Cesaris 19801994 208
9 United Kingdom Jenson Button 20002011 207
10 Brazil Nelson Piquet 19781991 204

Youngest drivers to start a race

Driver Age Race
1 Spain Jaime Alguersuari 19 years, 125 days 2009 Hungarian Grand Prix
2 New Zealand Mike Thackwell 19 years, 182 days 1980 Canadian Grand Prix
3 Mexico Ricardo Rodriguez 19 years, 208 days 1961 Italian Grand Prix
4 Spain Fernando Alonso 19 years, 218 days 2001 Australian Grand Prix
5 Argentina Esteban Tuero 19 years, 320 days 1998 Australian Grand Prix
6 New Zealand Chris Amon 19 years, 324 days 1963 Belgian Grand Prix
7 Germany Sebastian Vettel 19 years, 349 days 2007 United States Grand Prix
8 United States Eddie Cheever 20 years, 53 days 1978 South African Grand Prix
United Kingdom Jenson Button 20 years, 53 days 2000 Australian Grand Prix
10 Brazil Tarso Marques 20 years, 72 days 1996 Brazilian Grand Prix

Youngest driver to drive at a Grand Prix meeting

Driver Age Race
1 Germany Sebastian Vettel 19 years, 54 days 2006 Turkish Grand Prix

Oldest driver to enter a race

Driver Age Race
1 Monaco Louis Chiron 58 years, 288 days 1958 Monaco Grand Prix

Oldest drivers to start a race

Driver Age Race
1 Monaco Louis Chiron 55 years, 292 days 1955 Monaco Grand Prix
2 France Philippe Étancelin 55 years, 191 days 1952 French Grand Prix
3 Belgium Arthur Legat 54 years, 232 days 1953 Belgian Grand Prix
4 Italy Luigi Fagioli 53 years, 22 days 1951 French Grand Prix
5 Germany Adolf Brudes 52 years, 293 days 1952 German Grand Prix

Wins

Total wins

See also: List of Formula One Grand Prix winners

Driver Seasons Entries Wins Percentage
1 Germany Michael Schumacher 19912006, 20102011 287 91 31.71%
2 France Alain Prost 19801991, 1993 202 51 25.25%
3 Brazil Ayrton Senna 19841994 162 41 25.31%
4 United Kingdom Nigel Mansell 19801992, 19941995 191 31 16.23%
5 United Kingdom Jackie Stewart 19651973 100 27 27.00%
Spain Fernando Alonso 2001, 20032011 177 27 15.25%
7 United Kingdom Jim Clark 19601968 73 25 34.25%
Austria Niki Lauda 19711979, 19821985 177 25 14.12%
9 Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio 19501951, 19531958 52 24 46.15%
10 Brazil Nelson Piquet 19781991 207 23 11.11%

Percentage wins

Driver Seasons Entries Wins Percentage
1 Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio 19501951, 19531958 52[1] 24 46.15%
2 Italy Alberto Ascari 19501955 33[2] 13 39.39%
3 United Kingdom Jim Clark 19601968 73 25 34.25%
4 United States Lee Wallard[3] 19501951, 1954 3 1 33.33%
United States Bill Vukovich[3] 19501955 6 2 33.33%
6 Germany Michael Schumacher 19912006, 20102011 287 91 31.71%
7 United Kingdom Jackie Stewart 19651973 100 27 27.00%
8 Germany Sebastian Vettel 20072011 80 21 26.25%
9 Brazil Ayrton Senna 19841994 162 41 25.31%
10 France Alain Prost 19801991, 1993 202 51 25.25%

Most wins in a season

Driver Season Entries Wins Percentage
1 Germany Michael Schumacher 2004 18 13 72%
2 Germany Michael Schumacher 2002 17 11 65%
Germany Sebastian Vettel 2011 18* 11* 61%*
4 United Kingdom Nigel Mansell 1992 16 9 56%
Germany Michael Schumacher 1995 17 9 53%
Germany Michael Schumacher 2000 17 9 53%
Germany Michael Schumacher 2001 17 9 53%
8 Brazil Ayrton Senna 1988 16 8 50%
Germany Michael Schumacher 1994 16 8 50%
United Kingdom Damon Hill 1996 16 8 50%
Finland Mika Häkkinen 1998 16 8 50%

* Season in progress

Highest percentage of wins in a season

Driver Season Races Wins Percentage
1 Italy Alberto Ascari 1952 8 6 75%
2 Germany Michael Schumacher 2004 18 13 72%
3 United Kingdom Jim Clark 1963 10 7 70%
4 Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio 1954 9 6 67%
5 Germany Michael Schumacher 2002 17 11 65%
6 Germany Sebastian Vettel 2011 18* 11* 61%*
7 United Kingdom Jim Clark 1965 10 6 60%
8 Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio 1955 7 4 57%
9 United Kingdom Nigel Mansell 1992 16 9 56%
10 Italy Alberto Ascari 1953 9 5 56%

* Season in progress

Most consecutive wins

Driver Season(s) Wins Consecutive Races Won
1 Italy Alberto Ascari 19521953 7[4] Belgian, French, British, German, Dutch, Italian / '53 Argentine
Germany Michael Schumacher 2004 7 European, Canadian, United States, French, British, German, Hungarian
3 Germany Michael Schumacher 20002001 6 Italian, United States, Japanese, Malaysian / '01 Australian, Malaysian
4 Australia Jack Brabham 1960 5 Dutch, Belgian, French, British, Portuguese
United Kingdom Jim Clark 1965 5[5] Belgian, French, British, Dutch, German
United Kingdom Nigel Mansell 1992 5 South African, Mexican, Brazilian, Spanish, San Marino
Germany Michael Schumacher 2004 5 Australian, Malaysian, Bahrain, San Marino, Spanish
8 United Kingdom Jim Clark 1963 4 Belgian, Dutch, French, British
Australia Jack Brabham 1966 4 French, British, Dutch, German
Austria Jochen Rindt 1970 4 Dutch, French, British, German
Brazil Ayrton Senna 1988 4 British, German, Hungarian, Belgian
Brazil Ayrton Senna 1991 4 United States, Brazilian, San Marino, Monaco
France Alain Prost 1993 4 Canadian, French, British, German
Germany Michael Schumacher 1994 4 Brazilian, Pacific, San Marino, Monaco
United Kingdom Damon Hill 19951996 4 Australian / '96 Australian, Brazilian, Argentine
Germany Michael Schumacher 2002 4 Brazilian, San Marino, Spanish, Austrian
Spain Fernando Alonso 2006 4 Spanish, Monaco, British, Canadian
United Kingdom Jenson Button 2009 4 Bahrain, Spanish, Monaco, Turkish
Germany Sebastian Vettel 20102011 4 Brazilian, Abu Dhabi / '11 Australian, Malaysian

Most consecutive wins from first race of season

Driver Season Consecutive Races Won Wins
1 United Kingdom Nigel Mansell 1992 South AfricanSan Marino 5
Germany Michael Schumacher 2004 AustralianSpanish
3 Brazil Ayrton Senna 1991 United StatesMonaco 4
Germany Michael Schumacher 1994 BrazilianMonaco
5 United Kingdom Damon Hill 1996 AustralianArgentine 3
Germany Michael Schumacher 2000 AustralianSan Marino
7 Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio 1957 ArgentineMonaco 2
United Kingdom Jackie Stewart 1969 South AfricanSpanish
Brazil Emerson Fittipaldi 1973 ArgentineBrazilian
Austria Niki Lauda 1976 BrazilianSouth African
France Jacques Laffite 1979 ArgentineBrazilian
France Alain Prost 1982 South AfricanBrazilian
Finland Mika Häkkinen 1998 AustralianBrazilian
Germany Michael Schumacher 2001 AustralianMalaysian
United Kingdom Jenson Button 2009 Australian–Malaysian
Germany Sebastian Vettel 2011 Australian–Malaysian

Most wins in first championship season

Driver Season Wins
1 Canada Jacques Villeneuve 1996 4
United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton 2007 4
3 Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio[6] 1950 3
Italy Nino Farina[7] 1950 3
5 United States Johnnie Parsons[3] 1950 1
New Zealand Bruce McLaren[8] 1959 1
Italy Giancarlo Baghetti 1961 1
United Kingdom Jackie Stewart 1965 1
Brazil Emerson Fittipaldi 1970 1
Switzerland Clay Regazzoni 1970 1
Colombia Juan Pablo Montoya 2001 1

Youngest winners

(only the first win for each driver is listed)

Driver Age Race
1 Germany Sebastian Vettel 21 years, 73 days 2008 Italian Grand Prix
2 Spain Fernando Alonso 22 years, 26 days 2003 Hungarian Grand Prix
3 United States Troy Ruttman[3] 22 years, 80 days 1952 Indianapolis 500[3]
4 New Zealand Bruce McLaren 22 years, 104 days 1959 United States Grand Prix
5 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton 22 years, 154 days 2007 Canadian Grand Prix
6 Finland Kimi Räikkönen 23 years, 157 days 2003 Malaysian Grand Prix
7 Poland Robert Kubica 23 years, 184 days 2008 Canadian Grand Prix
8 Belgium Jacky Ickx 23 years, 188 days 1968 French Grand Prix
9 Germany Michael Schumacher 23 years, 240 days 1992 Belgian Grand Prix
10 Brazil Emerson Fittipaldi 23 years, 296 days 1970 United States Grand Prix

Oldest winners

(only the last win for each driver is listed)

Driver Age Race
1 Italy Luigi Fagioli 53 years, 22 days 1951 French Grand Prix
2 Italy Nino Farina 46 years, 276 days 1953 German Grand Prix
3 Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio 46 years, 41 days 1957 German Grand Prix
4 Italy Piero Taruffi 45 years, 219 days 1952 Swiss Grand Prix
5 Australia Jack Brabham 43 years, 339 days 1970 South African Grand Prix
6 United States Sam Hanks[3] 42 years, 321 days 1957 Indianapolis 500[3]
7 United Kingdom Nigel Mansell 41 years, 97 days 1994 Australian Grand Prix
8 United States Lee Wallard[3] 40 years, 264 days 1951 Indianapolis 500[3]
9 France Maurice Trintignant 40 years, 200 days 1958 Monaco Grand Prix
10 United Kingdom Graham Hill 40 years, 92 days 1969 Monaco Grand Prix

Fewest races before first win

Entry Driver Race
1 1st race Italy Nino Farina[7] 1950 British Grand Prix
United States Johnnie Parsons[3] 1950 Indianapolis 500[3]
Italy Giancarlo Baghetti 1961 French Grand Prix
4 2nd race Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio[6] 1950 Monaco Grand Prix
United States Lee Wallard[3] 1951 Indianapolis 500[3]
6 3rd race United States Troy Ruttman[3] 1952 Indianapolis 500[3]
United States Bill Vukovich[3] 1953 Indianapolis 500[3]
United Kingdom Tony Brooks[9] 1957 British Grand Prix
9 4th race United States Bob Sweikert[3] 1955 Indianapolis 500[3]
Canada Jacques Villeneuve 1996 European Grand Prix

Most races before first win

Start Driver Race
1 130th race Australia Mark Webber 2009 German Grand Prix
2 123rd race Brazil Rubens Barrichello 2000 German Grand Prix
3 119th race Italy Jarno Trulli 2004 Monaco Grand Prix
4 113th race United Kingdom Jenson Button 2006 Hungarian Grand Prix
5 110th race Italy Giancarlo Fisichella 2003 Brazilian Grand Prix
6 96th race Finland Mika Häkkinen 1997 European Grand Prix
7 95th race Belgium Thierry Boutsen 1989 Canadian Grand Prix
8 91st race France Jean Alesi 1995 Canadian Grand Prix
9 82nd race United Kingdom Eddie Irvine 1999 Australian Grand Prix
10 72nd race United Kingdom Nigel Mansell 1985 European Grand Prix

Most races without a win

Driver Entries Starts
1 Italy Andrea de Cesaris 214 208
2 Germany Nick Heidfeld 185 183
3 United Kingdom Martin Brundle 165 158
4 United Kingdom Derek Warwick 162 147
5 France Jean-Pierre Jarier 143 134
6 United States Eddie Cheever 143 132
7 Italy Pierluigi Martini 124 119
8 France Philippe Alliot 116 109
9 Finland Mika Salo 111 109
10 Italy Piercarlo Ghinzani 111 76

Most points without a win

Driver Entries Starts Points
1 Germany Nico Rosberg 107 107 300.5
2 Germany Nick Heidfeld 185 183 259
3 United Kingdom Martin Brundle 165 158 98
4 Sweden Stefan Johansson 103 79 88
5 Germany Adrian Sutil 89 89 87
6 New Zealand Chris Amon 108 97 83
7 United Kingdom Derek Warwick 162 147 71
8 United States Eddie Cheever 143 132 70
9 Russia Vitaly Petrov 37 37 63
Japan Kamui Kobayashi 39 39 63

Wins from farthest back on the start grid

Driver Race Start Pos.
1 United Kingdom John Watson 1983 United States Grand Prix West 22nd
2 United States Bill Vukovich 1954 Indianapolis 500 19th
3 Brazil Rubens Barrichello 2000 German Grand Prix 18th
4 United Kingdom John Watson 1982 Detroit Grand Prix 17th
Finland Kimi Räikkönen 2005 Japanese Grand Prix
6 United Kingdom Jackie Stewart 1973 South African Grand Prix 16th
Germany Michael Schumacher 1995 Belgian Grand Prix
8 Spain Fernando Alonso 2008 Singapore Grand Prix[10] 15th
9 United States Bob Sweikert 1955 Indianapolis 500 14th
Australia Alan Jones 1977 Austrian Grand Prix
France Olivier Panis 1996 Monaco Grand Prix
United Kingdom Johnny Herbert 1999 European Grand Prix
United Kingdom Jenson Button 2006 Hungarian Grand Prix

Most wins at the same Grand Prix

Driver Wins Grand Prix Seasons
1 Germany Michael Schumacher 8 French Grand Prix 1994, 1995, 1997, 1998, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2006
2 Germany Michael Schumacher 7 Canadian Grand Prix 1994, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004
Germany Michael Schumacher San Marino Grand Prix 1994, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006
4 France Alain Prost 6 Brazilian Grand Prix 1982, 1984, 1985, 1987, 1988, 1990
Brazil Ayrton Senna Monaco Grand Prix 1987, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993
France Alain Prost French Grand Prix 1981, 1983, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1993
Germany Michael Schumacher Belgian Grand Prix 1992, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2001, 2002
Germany Michael Schumacher Spanish Grand Prix 1995, 1996, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004
Germany Michael Schumacher Japanese Grand Prix 1995, 1997, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004
Germany Michael Schumacher European Grand Prix 1994, 1995, 2000, 2001, 2004, 2006

Pole positions

Total pole positions

Driver Seasons Entries Poles Percentage
1 Germany Michael Schumacher 19912006, 20102011 287 68 23.7%
2 Brazil Ayrton Senna 19841994 162 65 40.1%
3 United Kingdom Jim Clark 19601968 73 33 45.2%
France Alain Prost 19801991, 1993 202 33 16.3%
5 United Kingdom Nigel Mansell 19801992, 19941995 191 32 16.8%
6 Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio 19501951, 19531958 52 29 55.8%
Germany Sebastian Vettel 20072011 80 29 36.3%
8 Finland Mika Häkkinen 19912001 165 26 15.8%
9 Austria Niki Lauda 19711979, 19821985 177 24 13.6%
Brazil Nelson Piquet 19781991 207 24 11.6%

Percentage pole positions

Driver Seasons Entries Poles Percentage
1 Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio 19501951, 19531958 52 29 55.77%
2 United Kingdom Jim Clark 19601968 73 33 45.21%
3 Italy Alberto Ascari 19501955 33 14 42.42%
4 Brazil Ayrton Senna 19841994 162 65 40.12%
5 Germany Sebastian Vettel 20072011 80 29 36.25%
6 United Kingdom Stirling Moss 19511961 67 16 23.88%
7 Germany Michael Schumacher 19912006, 20102011 287 68 23.69%
8 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton 20072011 89 19 21.35%
9 United Kingdom Jackie Stewart 19651973 100 17 17.00%
10 United Kingdom Nigel Mansell 19801992, 19941995 191 32 16.75%

Most consecutive pole positions

Driver Poles Season(s) Races
1 Brazil Ayrton Senna 8 19881989 Spanish'89 United States
2 Brazil Ayrton Senna 7 19901991 Spanish'91 Monaco
France Alain Prost 1993 South AfricanCanadian
Germany Michael Schumacher 20002001 Italian'01 Brazilian
5 Austria Niki Lauda 6 1974 DutchItalian
Brazil Ayrton Senna 1988 Brazilian–Detroit
Brazil Ayrton Senna 1989 BelgianAustralian
United Kingdom Nigel Mansell 1992 South AfricanMonaco
Finland Mika Häkkinen 1999 BritishItalian
10 United Kingdom Stirling Moss 5 19591960 Portuguese'60 Monaco
United States Phil Hill 1961 DutchGerman
United Kingdom Nigel Mansell 1992 BelgianAustralian
France Alain Prost 1993 BritishItalian
Canada Jacques Villeneuve 19961997 Japanese'97 San Marino
Finland Mika Häkkinen 1999 AustralianSpanish
Colombia Juan Pablo Montoya 2002 MonacoFrench
Spain Fernando Alonso 2006 EuropeanCanadian
Germany Sebastian Vettel 20102011 Abu Dhabi–'11 Turkish
Germany Sebastian Vettel 2011 Hungarian–Japanese

Most pole positions at the same Grand Prix

Driver Poles Grand Prix Seasons
1 Brazil Ayrton Senna 8 San Marino Grand Prix 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1994
Germany Michael Schumacher 8 Japanese Grand Prix 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004
3 Germany Michael Schumacher 7 Spanish Grand Prix 1994, 1995, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004
Germany Michael Schumacher 7 Hungarian Grand Prix 1994, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2001, 2004, 2005
5 Brazil Ayrton Senna 6 Australian Grand Prix 1985, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1993
Brazil Ayrton Senna 6 Brazilian Grand Prix 1986, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1994
Germany Michael Schumacher 6 Canadian Grand Prix 1994, 1995, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001
8 Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio 5 Italian Grand Prix 1950, 1951, 1954, 1955, 1956
Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio 5 French Grand Prix 1950, 1951, 1954, 1956, 1957
United Kingdom Jim Clark 5 British Grand Prix 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1967
Brazil Ayrton Senna 5 Monaco Grand Prix 1985, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991
Brazil Ayrton Senna 5 Italian Grand Prix 1985, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991
Germany Michael Schumacher 5 Malaysian Grand Prix 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004

Most pole positions in a season

Driver Season Entries Poles
1 United Kingdom Nigel Mansell 1992 16 14[11]
Germany Sebastian Vettel 2011 18* 14*
3 Brazil Ayrton Senna 1988 16 13
Brazil Ayrton Senna 1989 16 13
France Alain Prost 1993 16 13
6 Finland Mika Häkkinen 1999 16 11
Germany Michael Schumacher 2001 17 11
8 Brazil Ayrton Senna 1990 16 10
Canada Jacques Villeneuve 1997 17 10
Germany Sebastian Vettel 2010 19 10

* Season in progress

Highest percentage of pole positions in a season

Driver Season Races Poles Percentage
1 United Kingdom Nigel Mansell 1992 16 14[11] 88%
2 Brazil Ayrton Senna 1988 16 13 81%
Brazil Ayrton Senna 1989 16 13 81%
France Alain Prost 1993 16 13 81%
5 Germany Sebastian Vettel 2011 18* 14* 78%*
6 Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio 1956 8 6 75%
7 United Kingdom Jim Clark 1963 10 7 70%
8 Finland Mika Häkkinen 1999 16 11 69%
9 United Kingdom Jim Clark 1962 9 6 67%
Italy Alberto Ascari 1953 9 6 67%

* Season in progress

Youngest polesitters

(only the first pole position for each driver is listed)

Driver Age Race
1 Germany Sebastian Vettel 21 years, 72 days 2008 Italian Grand Prix
2 Spain Fernando Alonso 21 years, 236 days 2003 Malaysian Grand Prix
3 Brazil Rubens Barrichello 22 years, 97 days 1994 Belgian Grand Prix
4 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton 22 years, 153 days 2007 Canadian Grand Prix
5 Italy Andrea de Cesaris 22 years, 308 days 1982 United States Grand Prix West
6 Germany Nico Hülkenberg 23 years, 79 days 2010 Brazilian Grand Prix
7 Poland Robert Kubica 23 years, 120 days 2008 Bahrain Grand Prix
8 Belgium Jacky Ickx 23 years, 216 days 1968 German Grand Prix
9 Finland Kimi Räikkönen 23 years, 255 days 2003 European Grand Prix
10 United Kingdom David Coulthard 24 years, 13 days 1995 Argentine Grand Prix

Youngest drivers to set the fastest lap time in an official Grand Prix session

Driver Age Race Session
1 Germany Sebastian Vettel 19 years, 53 days 2006 Turkish Grand Prix Friday Practice 2
2 Spain Jaime Alguersuari 20 years, 200 days 2010 Japanese Grand Prix Saturday Practice
3 Germany Nico Rosberg 20 years, 258 days 2006 Bahrain Grand Prix Race
4 Poland Robert Kubica 21 years, 93 days 2006 Bahrain Grand Prix Friday Practice 1
5 Spain Fernando Alonso 21 years, 236 days 2003 Malaysian Grand Prix Saturday Qualifying
6 United States Troy Ruttman 22 years, 80 days 1952 Indianapolis 500 Race
7 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton 22 years, 90 days 2007 Malaysian Grand Prix Saturday Practice
8 Brazil Rubens Barrichello 22 years, 96 days 1994 Belgian Grand Prix Friday Qualifying
9 New Zealand Bruce McLaren 22 years, 104 days 1959 United States Grand Prix Race
10 Finland Kimi Räikkönen 22 years, 149 days 2002 Malaysian Grand Prix Friday Practice 2

Oldest polesitters

Driver Age Race
1 Italy Nino Farina 47 years, 79 days 1954 Argentine Grand Prix
2 Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio 46 years, 209 days 1958 Argentine Grand Prix
3 Australia Jack Brabham 44 years, 17 days 1970 Spanish Grand Prix
4 United States Mario Andretti 42 years, 196 days 1982 Italian Grand Prix
5 United Kingdom Nigel Mansell 41 years, 97 days 1994 Australian Grand Prix
6 Argentina Carlos Reutemann 39 years, 188 days 1981 Caesars Palace Grand Prix
7 United Kingdom Graham Hill 39 years, 156 days 1968 British Grand Prix
8 United States Fred Agabashian[3] 38 years, 283 days 1952 Indianapolis 500[3]
9 France Alain Prost 38 years, 241 days 1993 Japanese Grand Prix
10 Italy Riccardo Patrese 38 years, 121 days 1992 Hungarian Grand Prix

Front row in starting grid

Total starts from front row

Driver Front row starts Pole positions Entries Percentage
1 Germany Michael Schumacher 115 68 287 40.07%
2 Brazil Ayrton Senna 87 65 162 53.70%
3 France Alain Prost 86 33 202 42.57%
4 United Kingdom Nigel Mansell 56 32 191 29.32%
5 Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio 48 29 52 92.31%
United Kingdom Jim Clark 48 33 73 65.75%
7 United Kingdom Damon Hill 47 20 122 38.52%
8 Brazil Nelson Piquet 44 24 207 21.26%
9 United Kingdom Graham Hill 42 13 179 23.46%
United Kingdom Jackie Stewart 42 17 100 42.00%

Percentage starts from front row

Driver Front row starts Pole positions Entries Percentage
1 Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio 48 29 52 92.31%
2 United Kingdom Jim Clark 48 33 73 65.75%
3 Brazil Ayrton Senna 87 65 162 53.70%
4 Germany Sebastian Vettel 40 29 80 50.00%
5 France Alain Prost 86 33 202 42.57%
6 United Kingdom Jackie Stewart 42 17 100 42.00%
7 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton 37 19 89 41.57%
8 Germany Michael Schumacher 115 68 287 40.07%
9 United Kingdom Damon Hill 47 20 122 38.52%
10 United Kingdom Nigel Mansell 56 32 191 29.32%

Most consecutive starts from front row

Driver Front row starts Season(s) Races
1 Brazil Ayrton Senna 24 19881989 German'89 Australian
2 United Kingdom Damon Hill 17 19951996 Australian'96 Japanese
3 France Alain Prost 16 1993 South AfricanAustralian
4 United Kingdom Nigel Mansell 15 19861987 Australian'87 Mexican
5 Germany Sebastian Vettel 14 20102011 Singapore–'11 German
6 Germany Michael Schumacher 12 19941995 European'95 German
7 Brazil Ayrton Senna 10 19901991 Belgian'91 Monaco
Germany Michael Schumacher 20002001 Italian'01 Brazilian
9 Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio 9 19541955 Belgian'55 Monaco[12][13]
United Kingdom Nigel Mansell 1992 FrenchAustralian

Most starts from front row in a season

Driver Season Entries Front row starts
1 Germany Sebastian Vettel 2011 18* 17*
2 Brazil Ayrton Senna 1989 16 16
France Alain Prost 1993 16 16
United Kingdom Damon Hill 1996 16 16
5 United Kingdom Nigel Mansell 1992 16 15
Brazil Ayrton Senna 1988 16 15
7 United Kingdom Nigel Mansell 1987 16 14
8 Finland Mika Häkkinen 1999 16 13
Germany Michael Schumacher 2001 17 13
Germany Sebastian Vettel 2010 19 13

* Season in progress

Youngest drivers to start from front row

(only the first front row start for each driver is listed)

Driver Age Place Race
1 Mexico Ricardo Rodríguez 19 years, 208 days 2nd 1961 Italian Grand Prix
2 Germany Sebastian Vettel 21 years, 72 days 1st 2008 Italian Grand Prix
3 Spain Fernando Alonso 21 years, 237 days 1st 2003 Malaysian Grand Prix
4 Brazil Rubens Barrichello 22 years, 97 days 1st 1994 Belgian Grand Prix
5 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton 22 years, 98 days 2nd 2007 Bahrain Grand Prix
6 Italy Andrea de Cesaris 22 years, 308 days 1st 1982 United States Grand Prix West
7 Finland Kimi Räikkönen 22 years, 319 days 2nd 2002 Belgian Grand Prix
8 New Zealand Bruce McLaren 22 years, 321 days 3rd[12] 1960 British Grand Prix
9 South Africa Jody Scheckter 23 years, 33 days 3rd[12] 1973 South African Grand Prix
10 Germany Nico Hülkenberg 23 years, 79 days 1st 2010 Brazilian Grand Prix

Fastest laps

Total fastest laps

Driver Fastest Laps Race starts Percentage
1 Germany Michael Schumacher 76 286 26.57%
2 France Alain Prost 41 199 20.60%
3 Finland Kimi Räikkönen 35 156 22.44%
4 United Kingdom Nigel Mansell 30 187 16.04%
5 United Kingdom Jim Clark 28 72 38.88%
6 Finland Mika Häkkinen 25 161 15.52%
7 Austria Niki Lauda 24 171 14.03%
8 Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio 23 51 45.09%
Brazil Nelson Piquet 23 204 11.27%
10 Austria Gerhard Berger 21 210 10.00%

Most fastest laps in a season

Driver Season Entries Fastest Laps Percentage WDC
1 Germany Michael Schumacher 2004 18 10 55.55% 1st
Finland Kimi Räikkönen 2008 18 10 55.55% 3rd
Finland Kimi Räikkönen 2005 19 10 52.63% 2nd
4 Finland Mika Häkkinen 2000 17 9 52.94% 2nd
5 United Kingdom Nigel Mansell 1992 16 8 50.00% 1st
Germany Michael Schumacher 1994 16 8 50.00% 1st
Germany Michael Schumacher 1995 17 8 47.05% 1st
8 Brazil Nelson Piquet 1986 16 7 43.75% 3rd
France Alain Prost 1988 16 7 43.75% 2nd
Germany Michael Schumacher 2002 17 7 41.17% 1st

Highest percentage of fastest laps in a season

Driver FLs Races Season Percentage
1 Italy Alberto Ascari 6 8 1952 75.00%
2 Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio 5 8 1951 62.50%
3 United Kingdom Jim Clark 6 10 1963 60.00%
United Kingdom Jim Clark 6 10 1965 60.00%
5 United Kingdom Jim Clark 5 9 1962 55.55%
Germany Michael Schumacher 10 18 2004 55.55%
Finland Kimi Räikkönen 10 18 2008 55.55%
8 Finland Mika Häkkinen 9 17 2000 52.94%
9 Finland Kimi Räikkönen 10 19 2005 52.63%
10 Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio 4 8 1956 50.00%
United Kingdom Nigel Mansell 8 16 1992 50.00%
Germany Michael Schumacher 8 16 1994 50.00%

Most consecutive fastest laps

Driver FLs Season(s) Races
1 Italy Alberto Ascari 7 19521953 1952 Belgian Grand Prix1953 Argentine Grand Prix
2 Finland Kimi Räikkönen 6 2008 2008 Spanish Grand Prix2008 British Grand Prix
3 Germany Michael Schumacher 5 2004 2004 Bahrain Grand Prix2004 European Grand Prix
4 United Kingdom Jackie Stewart 4 1969 1969 Monaco Grand Prix1969 British Grand Prix
Canada Gilles Villeneuve 4 1979 1979 South African Grand Prix1979 Belgian Grand Prix
United Kingdom Nigel Mansell 4 1991 1991 Canadian Grand Prix1991 British Grand Prix
Finland Kimi Räikkönen 4 2005 2005 French Grand Prix2005 Hungarian Grand Prix
8 Australia Mark Webber 3 2011 2011 Malaysian Grand Prix–2011 Turkish Grand Prix
Finland Kimi Räikkönen 3 2008 2008 Belgian Grand Prix2008 Singapore Grand Prix
Germany Michael Schumacher 3 2006 2006 United States Grand Prix2006 German Grand Prix
Finland Kimi Räikkönen 3 2005 2005 Brazilian Grand Prix2005 Chinese Grand Prix
Germany Michael Schumacher 3 2002 2002 German Grand Prix2002 Belgian Grand Prix
Finland Mika Häkkinen 3 2000 2000 San Marino Grand Prix2000 Spanish Grand Prix

Youngest drivers to set fastest lap

(only the first fastest lap for each driver is listed)

Driver Age Race
1 Germany Nico Rosberg 20 years, 144 days 2006 Bahrain Grand Prix
2 Spain Fernando Alonso 21 years, 321 days 2003 Canadian Grand Prix
3 New Zealand Bruce McLaren 21 years, 322 days 1959 British Grand Prix
4 Germany Sebastian Vettel 21 years, 353 days 2009 British Grand Prix
5 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton 22 years, 91 days 2007 Malaysian Grand Prix
6 Finland Kimi Räikkönen 22 years, 137 days 2002 Australian Grand Prix
7 United Kingdom David Coulthard 23 years, 126 days 1994 German Grand Prix
8 Germany Michael Schumacher 23 years, 240 days 1992 Belgian Grand Prix
9 Italy Andrea de Cesaris 23 years, 356 days 1983 Belgian Grand Prix
10 Austria Alexander Wurz 24 years, 56 days 1998 Argentine Grand Prix

Podium finishes

Total podium finishes

Driver Seasons Entries Podiums
1 Germany Michael Schumacher 19912006, 20102011 287 154
2 France Alain Prost 19801991, 1993 202 106
3 Brazil Ayrton Senna 19841994 162 80
4 Spain Fernando Alonso 2001, 20032011 177 73
5 Brazil Rubens Barrichello 19932011 325 68
6 United Kingdom David Coulthard 19942008 247 62
Finland Kimi Räikkönen 20012009 157 62
8 Brazil Nelson Piquet 19781991 207 60
9 United Kingdom Nigel Mansell 19801992, 19941995 191 59
10 Austria Niki Lauda 19711979, 19821985 177 54

Percentage podium finishes

Driver Seasons Entries Podiums Percentage
1 Italy Dorino Serafini 1950 1 1 100.00%
2 Italy Luigi Fagioli 19501951 7 6 85.71%
3 Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio 19501951, 19531958 52[1] 35 67.31%
4 Italy Nino Farina 19501955 34 20[14] 58.82%
5 Argentina José Froilán González 19501957, 1960 27 15 55.56%
6 Germany Michael Schumacher 19912006, 20102011 287 154 53.66%
7 France Alain Prost 19801991, 1993 202 106 52.48%
8 Italy Alberto Ascari 19501955 33[2] 17 51.52%
9 United States Sam Hanks 19501957 8[3] 4 50.00%
United States Mauri Rose 19501951 2[3] 1 50.00%
United States George Amick 1958 2[3] 1 50.00%

Most podium finishes in a season

Driver Season Entries Podiums
1 Germany Michael Schumacher 2002 17 17
2 Germany Sebastian Vettel 2011 18* 16*
3 Germany Michael Schumacher 2004 18 15
Spain Fernando Alonso 2005 19 15
5 France Alain Prost 1988 16 14
Germany Michael Schumacher 2001 17 14
Brazil Rubens Barrichello 2004 18 14
Spain Fernando Alonso 2006 18 14
9 United Kingdom Nigel Mansell 1992 16 12
Germany Michael Schumacher 2000 17 12
Finland Kimi Räikkönen 2005 19 12
Germany Michael Schumacher 2006 18 12
Finland Kimi Räikkönen 2007 17 12
United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton 2007 17 12
Spain Fernando Alonso 2007 17 12

* Season in progress

Most consecutive podium finishes

Driver Season Consecutive Podium Finishes Podiums
1 Germany Michael Schumacher 20012002 United StatesJapanese 19
2 Spain Fernando Alonso 20052006 TurkishCanadian 15
3 Germany Sebastian Vettel 20102011 Brazilian–British 11
4 United Kingdom Jim Clark 1963 BelgianSouth African 9
Austria Niki Lauda 19751976 ItalianSwedish
Brazil Nelson Piquet 1987 MonacoPortuguese
Germany Michael Schumacher 20002001 HungarianBrazilian
Germany Michael Schumacher 2004 EuropeanItalian
United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton 2007 AustralianBritish
10 Argentina Carlos Reutemann 19801981 ItalianBelgian 8
Brazil Ayrton Senna 1988 MexicanBelgian
Colombia Juan Pablo Montoya 2003 MonacoItalian

Most consecutive podium finishes from first race of season

Driver Season Consecutive Podium Finishes Podiums
1 Germany Michael Schumacher 2002 AustralianJapanese 17
2 Spain Fernando Alonso 2006 BahrainCanadian 9
United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton 2007 AustralianBritish
Germany Sebastian Vettel 2011 Australian–British
5 Austria Niki Lauda 1976 BrazilianSwedish 7
France Alain Prost 1988 BrazilianFrench
Germany Michael Schumacher 1994 BrazilianFrench
United Kingdom Jenson Button 2009 Australian–Turkish
9 Brazil Emerson Fittipaldi 1973 ArgentineMonaco 6
United Kingdom Nigel Mansell 1992 South AfricanMonaco

Youngest drivers to score a podium finish

(only the first podium finish for each driver is listed)

Driver Age Place Race
1 Germany Sebastian Vettel 21 years, 73 days 1st 2008 Italian Grand Prix
2 Spain Fernando Alonso 21 years, 237 days 3rd 2003 Malaysian Grand Prix
3 Poland Robert Kubica 21 years, 278 days 3rd 2006 Italian Grand Prix
4 Germany Ralf Schumacher 21 years, 287 days 3rd 1997 Argentine Grand Prix
5 Italy Elio de Angelis 21 years, 307 days 2nd 1980 Brazilian Grand Prix
6 New Zealand Bruce McLaren 21 years, 322 days 3rd 1959 British Grand Prix
7 Brazil Rubens Barrichello 21 years, 329 days 3rd 1994 Pacific Grand Prix
8 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton 22 years, 70 days 3rd 2007 Australian Grand Prix
9 United States Troy Ruttman[3] 22 years, 80 days 1st 1952 Indianapolis 500[3]
10 Finland Kimi Räikkönen 22 years, 137 days 3rd 2002 Australian Grand Prix

Points

Throughout the history of the World Championship, the points-scoring positions and the number of points awarded to each position have varied – see the List of Formula One World Championship points scoring systems for details.

Career points

Driver Points With 9 or 10 points per win With 25 points per win
1 Germany Michael Schumacher 1517 1369 148
2 Spain Fernando Alonso 1074 577 497
3 France Alain Prost 798.5 798.5 0
4 United Kingdom Jenson Button 796 327 469
5 Germany Sebastian Vettel 755 125 630
6 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton 723 256 467
7 Brazil Rubens Barrichello 658 607 51
8 Australia Mark Webber 644.5 169.5 475
9 Brazil Ayrton Senna 614 614 0
10 Finland Kimi Räikkönen 579 579 0

Total races finished in the points

Driver Points Finishes
1 Germany Michael Schumacher 213
2 Brazil Rubens Barrichello 140
3 France Alain Prost 128
4 Spain Fernando Alonso 124
5 United Kingdom David Coulthard 121
6 United Kingdom Jenson Button 109
7 Brazil Nelson Piquet 100
8 Brazil Ayrton Senna 96
9 Austria Gerhard Berger 94
Finland Kimi Räikkönen 94

Highest average points per race entered

Note that there have been many different points scoring systems in the history of F1 (the most drastic change being in the 2010 season), and so direct comparisons may be somewhat misleading.

Driver Entries Points Average Points
per Race Entered
Average pre-2010[15]
1 Germany Sebastian Vettel 80 755 9.44 2.91
2 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton 89 723 8.12 4.92
3 Spain Fernando Alonso 177 1074 6.07 4.12
4 Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio 52 277.64 5.34 5.34
5 Germany Michael Schumacher 287 1517 5.29 5.48
6 Italy Luigi Fagioli 7 32 4.57 4.57
7 Italy Alberto Ascari 33 140.14 4.25 4.25
8 France Alain Prost 202 798.5 3.95 3.95
9 Brazil Ayrton Senna 162 614 3.79 3.79
10 United Kingdom Jim Clark 73 274 3.75 3.75

Highest percentage of races finished in the points

Driver Entries Points Finishes Percentage
1 Italy Dorino Serafini 1 1 100.0%
United Kingdom Eric Thompson 1 1 100.0%
Argentina Oscar Alfredo Gálvez 1 1 100.0%
4 Italy Luigi Fagioli 7 6 85.7%
5 Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio 52 43 82.7%
6 Italy Nino Farina 34 25 76.5%
7 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton 89 68 76.4%
8 Germany Michael Schumacher 287 213 74.2%
9 Spain Fernando Alonso 177 124 70.1%
10 Germany Sebastian Vettel 80 55 68.8%

Most championship points in a season

Seasons since 2010 gather 25 points per race win, instead of the former 8, 9 or 10 points for a race win.

Driver Points Season WDC Races Percentage of
Possible Points
1 Germany Sebastian Vettel 374* 2011 1st* 18* 83.11%*
2 Germany Sebastian Vettel 256 2010 1st 19 53.89%
3 United Kingdom Jenson Button 255* 2011 2nd* 18* 56.67%*
4 Spain Fernando Alonso 252 2010 2nd 19 53.05%
5 Spain Fernando Alonso 245* 2011 3rd* 18* 54.44%*
6 Australia Mark Webber 242 2010 3rd 19 50.95%
7 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton 240 2010 4th 19 50.53%
8 Australia Mark Webber 233* 2011 4th* 18* 51.78%*
9 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton 227* 2011 5th* 18* 50.44%*
10 United Kingdom Jenson Button 214 2010 5th 19 45.05%

* Season in progress

Most championship points in a season up to 2009

Since the 2010 points system change led to all previous entries from the above list becoming replaced, a separate table for results until 2009 is given.

(The following records are all from the period between 1991 and 2009 when 10 points was awarded for a win.)

Driver Points Season WDC Races Percentage of
Possible Points
1 Germany Michael Schumacher 148 2004 1st 18 82.22%
2 Germany Michael Schumacher 144 2002 1st 17 84.71%
3 Spain Fernando Alonso 134 2006 1st 18 74.44%
4 Spain Fernando Alonso 133 2005 1st 19 78.24%
5 Germany Michael Schumacher 123 2001 1st 17 72.36%
6 Germany Michael Schumacher 121 2006 2nd 18 67,22%
7 Brazil Rubens Barrichello 114 2004 2nd 18 63.33%
8 Finland Kimi Räikkönen 112 2005 2nd 19 58.95%
9 Finland Kimi Räikkönen 110 2007 1st 17 64.71%
10 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton 109 2007 2nd 17 64.12%
Spain Fernando Alonso 109 2007 3rd 17 64.12%

Highest percentage of possible championship points in a season

Driver Percentage Season WDC Possible Points Points
1 United Kingdom Jim Clark 100.00% 1963 1st 54 54
Italy Alberto Ascari 100.00% 1952 1st 36 36
United Kingdom Jim Clark 100.00% 1965 1st 54 54
4 Italy Alberto Ascari 95.83% 1953 1st 36 34.5
5 Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio 93.33% 1954 1st 45 42
United Kingdom Graham Hill 93.33% 1962 1st 45 42
Australia Jack Brabham 93.33% 1966 1st 45 42
8 Brazil Ayrton Senna 90.91% 1988 1st 99 90
9 Australia Jack Brabham 89.58% 1960 1st 48 43
10 Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio 88.89% 1955 1st 45 40
Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio 88.89% 1957 1st 45 40

Highest percentage of total possible points in a season

(i.e. including worse results not counted towards Championship which existed until 1990)

Driver Percentage Season WDC Possible Points Points
1 Germany Michael Schumacher 84.71% 2002 1st 170 144
2 Germany Sebastian Vettel 83.11%* 2011 1st* 450* 374*
3 Germany Michael Schumacher 82.22% 2004 1st 180 148
4 United Kingdom Jim Clark 81.11% 1963 1st 90 73
5 Spain Fernando Alonso 74.44% 2006 1st 180 134
6 Italy Alberto Ascari 74.31% 1952 1st 72 53.5
7 France Alain Prost 72.91% 1988 2nd 144 105
8 Germany Michael Schumacher 72.35% 2001 1st 170 123
9 Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio 70.54% 1954 1st 81 54.14
10 Spain Fernando Alonso 70.00% 2005 1st 190 133

* Season in progress

Youngest drivers to score points

(only the first points finish for each driver is listed)

Driver Age Place Race
1 Germany Sebastian Vettel 19 years, 349 days 8th 2007 United States Grand Prix
2 Spain Jaime Alguersuari 20 years, 12 days 9th 2010 Malaysian Grand Prix
3 United Kingdom Jenson Button 20 years, 67 days 6th 2000 Brazilian Grand Prix
4 Mexico Ricardo Rodríguez 20 years, 123 days 4th 1962 Belgian Grand Prix
5 Switzerland Sébastien Buemi 20 years, 149 days 7th 2009 Australian Grand Prix
6 Germany Nico Rosberg 20 years, 258 days 7th 2006 Bahrain Grand Prix
7 New Zealand Chris Amon 20 years, 309 days 5th 1964 Dutch Grand Prix
8 Brazil Felipe Massa 20 years, 326 days 6th 2002 Malaysian Grand Prix
9 Mexico Sergio Pérez 21 years, 117 days 9th 2011 Spanish Grand Prix
10 Finland Kimi Räikkönen 21 years, 138 days 6th 2001 Australian Grand Prix

Most career points without being World Champion

Driver Points Best WDC Finish
1 Brazil Rubens Barrichello 658 2nd in 2002 and 2004
2 Australia Mark Webber 644.5 3rd in 2010
3 Brazil Felipe Massa 572 2nd in 2008
4 United Kingdom David Coulthard 535 2nd in 2001
5 Austria Gerhard Berger 385 3rd in 1988 and 1994
6 Germany Ralf Schumacher 329 4th in 2001 and 2002
7 Argentina Carlos Reutemann 310 2nd in 1981
8 Colombia Juan Pablo Montoya 307 3rd in 2002 and 2003
9 Germany Nico Rosberg 300.5 7th in 2009 and 2010
10 Italy Riccardo Patrese 281 2nd in 1992

World Champions with fewest career points

Driver Points World Champion Year(s)
1 United States Phil Hill 98 1961
2 Austria Jochen Rindt 109 1970
3 Italy Nino Farina 127.33 1950
4 United Kingdom Mike Hawthorn 127.64 1958
5 Italy Alberto Ascari 140.14 1952 and 1953
6 Finland Keke Rosberg 159.5 1982
7 United Kingdom James Hunt 179 1976
8 United States Mario Andretti 180 1978
United Kingdom John Surtees 180 1964
10 Australia Alan Jones 206 1980

Race leaders

Entire race, total

Driver Races
1 Brazil Ayrton Senna 19
2 United Kingdom Jim Clark 13
3 Germany Michael Schumacher 11
United Kingdom Jackie Stewart 11
5 United Kingdom Nigel Mansell 9
6 Italy Alberto Ascari 7
France Alain Prost 7
8 Austria Niki Lauda 6
9 United States Mario Andretti 5
Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio 5
United Kingdom Stirling Moss 5

For at least one lap, total

Driver Races
1 Germany Michael Schumacher 142
2 Brazil Ayrton Senna 86
3 France Alain Prost 84
4 Spain Fernando Alonso 71
5 United Kingdom David Coulthard 62
6 Brazil Nelson Piquet 58
7 United Kingdom Nigel Mansell 55
Finland Kimi Räikkönen 55
9 United Kingdom Jackie Stewart 51
Brazil Rubens Barrichello 51

For at least one lap, youngest leader

(only the first race led for each driver is listed)

Driver Age Race
1 Germany Sebastian Vettel 20 years, 89 days 2007 Japanese Grand Prix
2 Switzerland Sébastien Buemi 21 years, 225 days 2010 Canadian Grand Prix
3 Spain Fernando Alonso 21 years, 237 days 2003 Malaysian Grand Prix
4 Poland Robert Kubica 21 years, 278 days 2006 Italian Grand Prix
5 United States Jimmy Davies[3] 21 years, 285 days 1951 Indianapolis 500[3]
6 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton 22 years, 70 days 2007 Australian Grand Prix
7 United States Troy Ruttman[3] 22 years, 80 days 1952 Indianapolis 500[3]
8 New Zealand Bruce McLaren 22 years, 104 days 1959 United States Grand Prix
9 Brazil Rubens Barrichello 22 years, 125 days 1994 Portuguese Grand Prix
10 Finland Kimi Räikkönen 22 years, 267 days 2002 French Grand Prix

Most laps led, total

Driver Laps
1 Germany Michael Schumacher 5,111
2 Brazil Ayrton Senna 2,987
3 France Alain Prost 2,684
4 United Kingdom Nigel Mansell 2,089
5 United Kingdom Jim Clark 1,943
6 United Kingdom Jackie Stewart 1,921
7 Brazil Nelson Piquet 1,600
8 Austria Niki Lauda 1,592
9 Finland Mika Häkkinen 1,488
10 Spain Fernando Alonso 1,430

Longest distance led, total

Driver Distance/km
1 Germany Michael Schumacher 24,144
2 Brazil Ayrton Senna 13,676
3 France Alain Prost 12,481
4 United Kingdom Jim Clark 10,125
5 United Kingdom Nigel Mansell 9,642
6 Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio 9,322
7 United Kingdom Jackie Stewart 9,191
8 Brazil Nelson Piquet 7,611
9 Finland Mika Häkkinen 7,189
10 Germany Sebastian Vettel 7,175

Most laps led without a win

Driver Laps
1 New Zealand Chris Amon 183
2 France Jean Behra 107
3 France Jean-Pierre Jarier 79
4 United States Jack McGrath 70
5 Germany Nico Rosberg 60

Multiple driver records

Pole & win in same race

Driver Races
1 Germany Michael Schumacher 40
2 Brazil Ayrton Senna 29
3 France Alain Prost 18
4 United Kingdom Nigel Mansell 17
5 Germany Sebastian Vettel 16
6 United Kingdom Jim Clark 15
7 Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio 13
Spain Fernando Alonso 13
9 Finland Mika Häkkinen 10
10 Italy Alberto Ascari 9
Austria Niki Lauda 9
United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton 9

Most wins from pole position in a season

Driver Season Entries Wins from pole
1 United Kingdom Nigel Mansell 1992 16 9
Germany Sebastian Vettel 2011 18* 9*
3 Germany Michael Schumacher 2004 18 8
4 Brazil Ayrton Senna 1988 16 7
Brazil Ayrton Senna 1991 16 7
6 Brazil Ayrton Senna 1989 16 6
France Alain Prost 1993 16 6
Germany Michael Schumacher 2001 17 6
9 Italy Alberto Ascari 1952 8 5
United Kingdom Jim Clark 1963 10 5
Brazil Ayrton Senna 1990 16 5
Canada Jacques Villeneuve 1997 17 5
Finland Mika Häkkinen 1998 16 5
Germany Michael Schumacher 2000 17 5
Germany Michael Schumacher 2002 17 5

* Season in progress

Pole, win & fastest lap in same race

Driver Races
1 Germany Michael Schumacher 22
2 United Kingdom Jim Clark 11
3 Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio 9
4 France Alain Prost 8
5 Italy Alberto Ascari 7
Brazil Ayrton Senna 7
7 United Kingdom Nigel Mansell 5
United Kingdom Damon Hill 5
Finland Mika Häkkinen 5
Spain Fernando Alonso 5

Pole, led entire race & scored fastest lap

Youngest

Record Driver Age Race
Pole and win Germany Sebastian Vettel 21 years, 73 days 2008 Italian Grand Prix
Pole, win and fastest lap Germany Sebastian Vettel 21 years, 353 days 2009 British Grand Prix
Pole, win, fastest lap, and led every lap Germany Sebastian Vettel 24 years, 119 days 2011 Indian Grand Prix

Drivers' championships

Total championships

Driver WDC Seasons
1 Germany Michael Schumacher 7 1994, 1995, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004
2 Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio 5 1951, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957
3 France Alain Prost 4 1985, 1986, 1989, 1993
4 Australia Jack Brabham 3 1959, 1960, 1966
United Kingdom Jackie Stewart 3 1969, 1971, 1973
Austria Niki Lauda 3 1975, 1977, 1984
Brazil Nelson Piquet 3 1981, 1983, 1987
Brazil Ayrton Senna 3 1988, 1990, 1991
9 Italy Alberto Ascari 2 1952, 1953
United Kingdom Jim Clark 2 1963, 1965
United Kingdom Graham Hill 2 1962, 1968
Brazil Emerson Fittipaldi 2 1972, 1974
Finland Mika Häkkinen 2 1998, 1999
Spain Fernando Alonso 2 2005, 2006
Germany Sebastian Vettel 2 2010, 2011

Drivers' Championships without Constructors' Championship

Seasons where a driver won the Drivers' Championship but his team did not win the Constructors' Championship

Driver WDC Season Constructors' Champion
1 Brazil Nelson Piquet with Brabham 2 1981 Williams
1983 Ferrari
2 United Kingdom Mike Hawthorn with Ferrari 1 1958 Vanwall
United Kingdom Jackie Stewart with Tyrrell 1 1973 Lotus
United Kingdom James Hunt with McLaren 1 1976 Ferrari
Finland Keke Rosberg with Williams 1 1982 Ferrari
France Alain Prost with McLaren 1 1986 Williams
Germany Michael Schumacher with Benetton 1 1994 Williams
Finland Mika Häkkinen with McLaren 1 1999 Ferrari
United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton with McLaren 1 2008 Ferrari

Fewest world championship seasons before first title

(1950 season was the first F1 World Championship year)

Driver Seasons[16] 1st Championship Year Debut Year
1 Italy Nino Farina 1[7] 1950 1950
2 Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio 2[6] 1951 1950
Canada Jacques Villeneuve 2 1997 1996
United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton 2 2008 2007
5 Italy Alberto Ascari 3[17] 1952 1950
New Zealand Denny Hulme 3 1967 1965
Brazil Emerson Fittipaldi 3 1972 1970
8 United States Phil Hill 4 1961 1958
United Kingdom Jim Clark 4 1963 1960
United Kingdom James Hunt 4 1976 1973
Brazil Nelson Piquet 4 1981 1978
Germany Michael Schumacher 4 1994 1991
Spain Fernando Alonso 4[18] 2005 2001
Germany Sebastian Vettel 4 2010 2007

Youngest world drivers championship winners

(at the moment they clinched the title)

Driver Age Year
1 Germany Sebastian Vettel 23 years, 134 days 2010
2 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton 23 years, 300 days 2008
3 Spain Fernando Alonso 24 years, 59 days 2005
4 Brazil Emerson Fittipaldi 25 years, 303 days 1972
5 Germany Michael Schumacher 25 years, 314 days 1994
6 Austria Niki Lauda 26 years, 197 days 1975
7 Canada Jacques Villeneuve 26 years, 200 days 1997
8 United Kingdom Jim Clark 27 years, 174 days 1963
9 Finland Kimi Räikkönen 28 years, 4 days 2007
10 Austria Jochen Rindt 28 years, 169 days[19] 1970

Youngest world drivers championship runners-up

(at the moment they secured their championship position)

Driver Age Year
1 Germany Sebastian Vettel 22 years, 121 days 2009
2 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton 22 years, 287 days 2007
3 New Zealand Bruce McLaren 23 years, 83 days 1960
4 Finland Kimi Räikkönen 23 years, 360 days 2003
5 Belgium Jacky Ickx 24 years, 292 days 1969
6 Canada Jacques Villeneuve 25 years, 188 days 1996
7 United Kingdom Jim Clark 26 years, 297 days 1962
8 Brazil Emerson Fittipaldi 26 years, 299 days 1973
9 Brazil Felipe Massa 27 years, 191 days 2008
10 Austria Niki Lauda 27 years, 245 days 1976

Other driver records

Description Record Details
Championships
World Champion with most races left in the season 6 races 2002 (Germany Michael Schumacher) (in round 11 of 17)
World Champion having been championship leader for most races in the season 19 races 2011 (Germany Sebastian Vettel)
Most consecutive races as championship leader 37 races Germany Michael Schumacher (2000 United States Grand Prix2002 Japanese Grand Prix)
World Champion having not been championship leader before in the season 2 drivers 1976 (United Kingdom James Hunt), 2010 (Germany Sebastian Vettel)
Most points between first and second in the World Championship 119 points* between Germany Sebastian Vettel (374 pts.) and United Kingdom Jenson Button (255 pts.) in 2011 (*season still ongoing)
Highest percentage points difference between first and second in the World Championship 46.53% between Germany Michael Schumacher (144 pts.) and Brazil Rubens Barrichello (77 pts.) in 2002
Fewest points between first and second in the World Championship 0.5 points between Austria Niki Lauda (72 pts.) and France Alain Prost (71.5 pts.) in 1984
Fewest points between first and third in the World Championship 1 point between Finland Kimi Räikkönen (110 pts.) and Spain Fernando Alonso (109 pts.) in 2007
Longest time between successive World Championship Titles 7 years Austria Niki Lauda (between 1977 and 1984)
Most consecutive days as World Champion 1,813 days Germany Michael Schumacher (from 8/10/2000 to 25/9/2005)
Youngest double World Champion 24 years, 98 days Germany Sebastian Vettel (2010, 2011)
Youngest triple World Champion 31 years, 227 days Brazil Ayrton Senna (1988, 1990, 1991)
Youngest World Championship leader 22 years, 126 days United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton (at 2007 Spanish Grand Prix)
Oldest World Champion 46 years, 41 days Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio (1957)
World Champion with most teams 4 teams Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio (Italy Alfa Romeo, Italy Maserati, Germany Mercedes, Italy Ferrari)
Highest Championship finishing position for a rookie (not including 1950) 2nd

Canada Jacques Villeneuve (1996)
United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton (2007)

Most championship points for a driver in his rookie season 109 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton (2007)
Most races before becoming World Champion 180 races United Kingdom Nigel Mansell (1992)
Most runner-up championship finishes before becoming World Champion 3 times United Kingdom Nigel Mansell (1992)
Most runner-up championship finishes without becoming World Champion 4 times United Kingdom Stirling Moss
Most championship leader changes in a season 11 times 2010 Formula One season (Spain Fernando Alonso, Brazil Felipe Massa, United Kingdom Jenson Button, Alonso, Australia Mark Webber, United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton, Webber, Hamilton, Webber, Alonso, Germany Sebastian Vettel.)
Most championship contenders going into the final race of the season 4 drivers 2010 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (Spain Fernando Alonso, Australia Mark Webber, Germany Sebastian Vettel and United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton)
Wins
Most different Grands Prix won 22 Grands Prix Germany Michael Schumacher
Most wins with the same team 72 wins Germany Michael Schumacher / Italy Ferrari
Wins with most different teams 5 teams United Kingdom Stirling Moss (Germany Mercedes, Italy Maserati, United Kingdom Vanwall, United Kingdom Cooper, United Kingdom Lotus)
Youngest Grand Prix winner for 2 different teams 21 years, 287 days Germany Sebastian Vettel (2008 Italian Grand Prix for Italy Toro Rosso, 2009 Chinese Grand Prix for Austria Red Bull)
Youngest Grand Prix winner at the same Grand Prix on 2 occasions 23 years, 98 days Germany Sebastian Vettel (Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka in 2009 and 2010) Japan
Longest time between first and last wins 5,145 days Germany Michael Schumacher (1992 Belgian Grand Prix2006 Chinese Grand Prix)
Longest time between successive wins 2,402 days Italy Riccardo Patrese (1983 South African Grand Prix1990 San Marino Grand Prix)
Most (total and consecutive) seasons with at least one win 15 seasons Germany Michael Schumacher (19922006)
Most hat tricks (pole, win & fastest lap in same race) in a season 5 Italy Alberto Ascari (1952)

Germany Michael Schumacher (2004)

Most race winners in one year 11 (1982) France Alain Prost, Austria Niki Lauda, France Didier Pironi, United Kingdom John Watson, Italy Riccardo Patrese, Brazil Nelson Piquet, France René Arnoux, France Patrick Tambay, Italy Elio de Angelis, Finland Keke Rosberg, Italy Michele Alboreto
Fewest race winners in one year 3

1950 Italy Giuseppe Farina, Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio, United States Johnnie Parsons
1952 Italy Alberto Ascari, Italy Piero Taruffi, United States Troy Ruttman
1963 United Kingdom Jim Clark, United Kingdom Graham Hill, United Kingdom John Surtees
1988 Brazil Ayrton Senna, France Alain Prost, Austria Gerhard Berger

Fewest race wins for the driver with most race wins in one year 2 wins

1959 Australia Jack Brabham, United Kingdom Tony Brooks, United Kingdom Stirling Moss
1961 United Kingdom Stirling Moss, Germany Wolfgang von Trips, United States Phil Hill
1982 France Alain Prost, Austria Niki Lauda, France Didier Pironi, United Kingdom John Watson, France René Arnoux

Most different race winners in consecutive races 9 (1982)

Italy Riccardo Patrese (1982 Monaco Grand Prix)
United Kingdom John Watson (1982 Detroit Grand Prix)
Brazil Nelson Piquet (1982 Canadian Grand Prix)
France Didier Pironi (1982 Dutch Grand Prix)
Austria Niki Lauda (1982 British Grand Prix)
France René Arnoux (1982 French Grand Prix)
France Patrick Tambay (1982 German Grand Prix)
Italy Elio de Angelis (1982 Austrian Grand Prix)
Finland Keke Rosberg (1982 Swiss Grand Prix)

Fewest race wins in World Championship winning year 1

United Kingdom Mike Hawthorn (1958)
Finland Keke Rosberg (1982)

World Champion with fewest career wins 3

United States Phil Hill, United Kingdom Mike Hawthorn

Most career wins without becoming World Champion 16

United Kingdom Stirling Moss

Most race wins in one season without becoming World Champion 7

France Alain Prost (1984)
France Alain Prost (1988)
Finland Kimi Räikkönen (2005)
Germany Michael Schumacher (2006)

Race with most World Champions finishing in the first positions top 5 Germany Sebastian Vettel, United Kingdom Jenson Button, Spain Fernando Alonso, United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton and Germany Michael Schumacher in the 2011 Italian Grand Prix
Podiums
Highest percentage of podium finishes in one season 100% Germany Michael Schumacher, 17 podium finishes out of 17 races in 2002
Longest time between first and last podium finishes 5,628 days Brazil Rubens Barrichello (1994 Pacific Grand Prix–2009 Italian Grand Prix)
Longest time between successive podium finishes 2,870 days Austria Alexander Wurz (1997 British Grand Prix2005 San Marino Grand Prix)
Most consecutive podium finishes from debut 9 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton (2007 Australian Grand Prix2007 British Grand Prix)
Most consecutive top two finishes 15 Germany Michael Schumacher (2002 Brazilian Grand Prix2002 Japanese Grand Prix)
Most consecutive top two finishes from the start of the season 9 Spain Fernando Alonso (2006 Bahrain Grand Prix2006 Canadian Grand Prix)
Germany Sebastian Vettel (2011 Australian Grand Prix–2011 British Grand Prix)
Most consecutive top two results, in both qualifying and race 11 Germany Sebastian Vettel (2010 Brazilian Grand Prix–2011 British Grand Prix)
Most consecutive top two results, in both qualifying and race, from the start of the season 9 Germany Sebastian Vettel (2011 Australian Grand Prix–2011 British Grand Prix)
Most 2nd Places 43 Germany Michael Schumacher
Most 3rd Places 28 Brazil Rubens Barrichello
Youngest average age of podium finishers 23 years, 350 days Italy 2008 Italian Grand Prix (Germany Sebastian Vettel, Finland Heikki Kovalainen, Poland Robert Kubica)
Oldest average age of podium finishers 46 years, 263 days Switzerland 1950 Swiss Grand Prix (Italy Giuseppe Farina, Italy Luigi Fagioli, France Louis Rosier)
Most podium finishes without a victory 13 Germany Nick Heidfeld
Most podium finishes before a victory 15 France Jean Alesi, Finland Mika Häkkinen, United Kingdom Eddie Irvine and France Patrick Depailler
Most races without a podium 119 Italy Pierluigi Martini
Pole Position
Most pole positions in a debut season 6 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton (2007)
Fewest pole positions scored in a season for the Champion 0 New Zealand Denny Hulme (1967)[20]

Austria Niki Lauda (1984)

Most races without a pole position 165 United Kingdom Martin Brundle
Front row starts
Starting from front row in every race of a season Brazil Ayrton Senna (1989)

France Alain Prost (1993)
United Kingdom Damon Hill (1996)

Youngest average age of front row drivers 23 years, 102 days Brazil 2010 Brazilian Grand Prix (Germany Nico Hülkenberg, Germany Sebastian Vettel)
Laps in the lead
Most laps led in a season 711 Germany Sebastian Vettel (2011)
Highest percentage of laps led in a season 71.47% United Kingdom Jim Clark (1963)
Most races without leading 165 United Kingdom Martin Brundle
Race starts (entries)
Longest time between first and last starts 7,386 days Germany Michael Schumacher (1991 Belgian Grand Prix–2011 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix)
Longest time between successive starts 3,767 days Netherlands Jan Lammers (1982 Dutch Grand Prix1992 Japanese Grand Prix)
Most races for the same team 181 races Germany Michael Schumacher / Italy Ferrari
Most races for the same team, having driven for no other team 89 races United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton / United Kingdom McLaren
Most entries without starting 14 entries Italy Claudio Langes (1990 United States Grand Prix1990 Spanish Grand Prix)
Most failed attempts to pre-qualify 24 failed attempts Italy Gabriele Tarquini
Most races without scoring points 58 races (50 starts) Italy Luca Badoer
Shortest Formula One career (having qualified for at least one race) a little over 800 metres (1/2 mile) Italy Marco Apicella (1993 Italian Grand Prix)[21]
Most seasons with at least one start 19 seasons Brazil Rubens Barrichello (1993 - 2011)
Finishes
Most consecutive classified finishes 41 races Germany Nick Heidfeld (2007 French Grand Prix–2009 Italian Grand Prix)
Most consecutive race finishes 33 races Germany Nick Heidfeld (2007 Chinese Grand Prix–2009 Italian Grand Prix)
Most consecutive points finishes 24 races Germany Michael Schumacher (2001 Hungarian Grand Prix2003 Malaysian Grand Prix)
Most finishes in a season 18 races

Portugal Tiago Monteiro (from 19 races in 2005)
Germany Nick Heidfeld (from 18 races in 2008)
Brazil Felipe Massa (from 19 races in 2010)

Most finishes in rookie season 18 races

Portugal Tiago Monteiro (from 19 races in 2005)

Most consecutive finishes from start of career 16 races Portugal Tiago Monteiro (2005 Australian Grand Prix2005 Belgian Grand Prix)
Finland Heikki Kovalainen (2007 Australian Grand Prix2007 Chinese Grand Prix)
Most retirements (did not finishes) 137 DNFs Italy Andrea de Cesaris
Most consecutive retirements (did not finishes) 14 DNFs Italy Ivan Capelli (1990 Italian Grand Prix1991 German Grand Prix)
Most consecutive retirements (did not finishes) from first race of season 11 DNFs Canada Jacques Villeneuve (1999 Australian Grand Prix1999 Hungarian Grand Prix)
Most retirements (did not finishes) in a season 14 DNFs

Italy Andrea de Cesaris (from 16 races in 1986)
Italy Piercarlo Ghinzani (from 16 races in 1986)
Italy Andrea de Cesaris (from 16 races in 1987), 16 retirements[22]
Italy Ivan Capelli (from 16 races in 1989)
Brazil Rubens Barrichello (from 17 races in 1997)

Pit stops
Most pit stops by a driver in a single race 7 pit stops France Alain Prost in the 1993 European Grand Prix
Most pit stops by a winning driver in a single race 6 pit stops United Kingdom Jenson Button in the 2011 Canadian Grand Prix
Penalties
Most penalties in a season 7* United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton (2011)
Shortest time elapsed before earning a penalty 6 seconds Germany Sebastian Vettel (2007 United States Grand Prix; recorded speeding in pit lane six seconds into his career as a Formula One driver)

* Season in progress

See also

Notes

  1. ^ a b Fangio entered 52 separate races, but shared with additional drivers in some of these.
  2. ^ a b Ascari entered 33 separate races, but shared with additional drivers in some of these.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad The Indianapolis 500 was a round of the World Drivers Championship from 1950 to 1960. Drivers competing in the Indianapolis 500 during these years were credited with participation in a World Championship race and the top five finishers were credited with World Championship points.
  4. ^ Some sources extend Ascari's sequence to 9 wins, by including the subsequent 1953 Dutch and Belgian Grands Prix, and discounting the intervening 1953 Indianapolis 500, on the basis that although the Indianapolis 500 was part of the Drivers' Championship from 1950 to 1960, very few of the European drivers and teams ever competed there.
  5. ^ Clark won the first six races in which he competed in 1965, but missed Monaco in favour of the Indianapolis 500, which he also won.
  6. ^ a b c Juan Manuel Fangio began racing in pre-World Championship Grands Prix in 1949.
  7. ^ a b c Giuseppe Farina had been competing in pre-World Championship Grands Prix since the 1930s.
  8. ^ Bruce McLaren participated in the German GP and Moroccan GP in the 1958, as a Formula 2 driver.
  9. ^ Shared drive with Stirling Moss
  10. ^ A year after the victory Renault were charged with race fixing which led to the team's suspended disqualification, however, the original results were left in place.
  11. ^ a b "www.f1technical.net". http://www.f1technical.net/f1stats/. Retrieved 2007-06-21. 
  12. ^ a b c Grids were not always 2-per-row staggered.
  13. ^ Some sources extend Fangio's sequence to 27 consecutive starts from front row, by discounting the intervening 1954, 1955, 1956 and 1957 Indianapolis 500, on the basis that although the Indianapolis 500 was part of the Drivers' Championship from 1950 to 1960, very few of the European drivers and teams ever competed there. By this standard, Fangio started from the front row consecutively from the 1953 German Grand Prix up to the 1957 French Grand Prix.
  14. ^ Farina's total of 20 podiums includes both 2nd and 3rd places at the 1955 Argentine Grand Prix
  15. ^ The change in the points system in 2010 had a significant effect on these values making before and after comparisons problematic.
  16. ^ This includes part-seasons.
  17. ^ Alberto Ascari began racing in pre-World Championship Grands Prix in 1946
  18. ^ Alonso did not compete in Formula One in 2002, so he won the championship in the fourth season he contested.
  19. ^ This is the age Rindt would have been on the day he (posthumously) clinched the title (October 4, 1970). Rindt died one month earlier on September 5, 1970 aged 28 years, 140 days.
  20. ^ Denny Hulme won the 1967 championship without ever having scored a pole, although 6 years later, in 1973, Hulme did finally rack up the solitary pole of his 112-race career.
  21. ^ Apicella joined Jordan for Monza, qualifying 23rd, but was knocked out of the race at the first corner and never started a Grand Prix again.
  22. ^ De Cesaris did not finish in 14 races, but retired in all the 16 races because he was classified eighth at the 1987 Australian Grand Prix having spun off with four laps remaining, and he was classified third in the 1987 Belgian Grand Prix despite running out of fuel on the last lap.

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