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F1 centurions: Landmark winners across grand prix history

This weekend’s Chinese Grand Prix is the 1000th Formula 1 World Championship event, and it joins some illustrious – and some rather infamous! – races that are multiples of 100. Here are all the previous winners of the landmark races from the first through 900, from Giuseppe Farina to Lewis Hamilton, click on the images above to scroll through them...

1st race: 1950 British Grand Prix

1st race: 1950 British Grand Prix
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Giuseppe Farina, Alfa Romeo 158

100th race: 1961 German Grand Prix

100th race: 1961 German Grand Prix
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Winner: Stirling Moss, Lotus-Climax

200th race: 1971 Monaco Grand Prix

200th race: 1971 Monaco Grand Prix
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Winner: Jackie Stewart, Tyrrell 003

300th race: 1978 South African Grand Prix

300th race: 1978 South African Grand Prix
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Winner: Ronnie Peterson, Lotus 78

400th race: 1984 Austrian Grand Prix

400th race: 1984 Austrian Grand Prix
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Winner: Niki Lauda, McLaren MP4/2 TAG

500th race: 1990 Australian Grand Prix

500th race: 1990 Australian Grand Prix
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Winner: Nelson Piquet, Benetton B190 Ford

600th race: 1997 Argentine Grand Prix

600th race: 1997 Argentine Grand Prix
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Winner: Jacques Villeneuve, Williams-Renault

700th race: 2003 Brazilian Grand Prix

700th race: 2003 Brazilian Grand Prix
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Winner: Giancarlo Fisichella, Jordan-Ford

800th race: 2008 Singapore Grand Prix

800th race: 2008 Singapore Grand Prix
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Winner: Fernando Alonso, Renault F1 Team R28

900th race: 2014 Bahrain Grand Prix

900th race: 2014 Bahrain Grand Prix
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Winner: Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes AMG F1 W05

1000th race: 2019 Chinese Grand Prix

1000th race: 2019 Chinese Grand Prix
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Winner: Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes AMG F1 W10
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