Formula 1 wins by driver – all time ranking 1950-2022

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If you're a Formula 1 fan, then you'll love this video! In it, we take a look at the drivers with the most wins in Formula 1 history, and explore their career rankings from 1950-2022.

This video is a great way to learn about the history of Formula 1 and see how the drivers have progressed over the years. From Ayrton Senna to Lewis Hamilton, this video is packed with information about some of the best Formula 1 drivers of all time!


Urlocallordandsavior says:

You forgot about Barina in 1950.

FoggyHazetings says:

You can't compare Modern Drivers to Drivers from the 50s, 60s and 70s. The Season nearly doubled in length and the cars were by far not that durable.

Maximilian L says:

Crazy how underrated Damon Hill is when you look up his numbers and the fact that he was one of the only drivers to challenge Schumacher.

MBA Shawn says:

Would love to see how this list looks in 2-3 years!! Lets go Max, get 7+ WDCs!!

Marco Palumbo says:

Have you considered speeding up the video

Rashed Hussain says:

Vettel has so many wins but let’s be honest, he don’t come close to Senna, Fangio, Clark

jonathaN Belfort says:

Fangio 24 wins from 52 starts, let that sink in. That guy was truly special. Schumacher, Senna and Hamilton on could argue each of them as the GOAT skill wise..hard to decide

leongt1954 says:

What happened to Daniel Ricciardo 8 wins Mark Webber 9 wins it dose not take much inelegance to look up Wikipedia to get your answers


Fangio and Clark were in the top 3 until 1986, just goes to show how good they were, especially Fangio, with so few races in their Grand Prix seasons. Fangio went onto remain in the top 1o until the end of the 2013 session, some 54 years after the start of F1 championship and his first F1 championship winning race. He also won sports car races, so who is the Greatest Driver, Juan Manuel Fangio. He also 24 wins from 52 starts a % of wins to starts of 46.15% the highest win ratio, then any F1 driver. So Again Who is the Greatest, Juan Manuel Fangio.

Dylan Ash says:

Love how the music changes with the ongoing years

animes shadow says:

Bro Hamilton and Schumacher are from another dimension

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