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Lewis Hamilton broke Michael Schumacher’s record for the most races led in Formula 1 World Championship history at the 2019 Russian Grand Prix at Sochi.
Juan Pablo Montoya has enjoyed wide-ranging success in motorsport with victories in Formula 1, IndyCar, NASCAR and the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship. On the occasion of his 44th birthday, we list all of his top-level victories.
The Singapore Grand Prix was first run in 2008 and, after that massively controversial first event, has been dominated by Mercedes and Red Bull. Sebastian Vettel is the all-time winner here with five victories. Here are all the winners from across the years, click on the arrows above to scroll through them…
On this day in 1965, Jackie Stewart scored his maiden Formula 1 win in the form of a one-two finish for BRM at Monza. We recall his celebrated grand prix career, during which he was both hailed and criticised for being a proponent of safety, by listing all 27 of his race victories.
Ferrari is the most successful manufacturer at the Italian Grand Prix, with Charles Leclerc's success on Sunday marking the Prancing Horse's 19th victory on home soil. Here's the full list....
Here’s what was said on the pitwall and from inside the cockpit during today’s bizarre Q3 session for the Italian Grand Prix at Monza, as the majority of the cars failed to cross the startline in time to begin their final flying laps.
The Italian Grand Prix was a part of the Formula 1 World Championship right from its inception in 1950. Ferrari has the most wins here (20) with Michael Schumacher and Lewis Hamilton jointly leading the all-time victors with five wins each. All have been run at Monza, apart from Imola being used in 1980 while it was being upgraded. Here are all the winners from across the years, click on the arrows above to scroll through them…
Charles Leclerc became the youngest-ever winner of a Formula 1 race for Ferrari at the 2019 Belgian Grand Prix, beating the record held by Jacky Ickx for over 50 years.