114 F1 winners - Andrew Noakes - Motoring Writer

This list includes every driver to win a race in the F1 World Championship from the start in 1950 to the 2024 Miami GP. The Indianapolis 500 was considered part of the F1 World Championship until 1960 and 10 drivers scored their first F1 wins in the Indy 500. None of them won again in F1.

Shared drives were allowed in the early years of the championship, and all three of the shared wins in championship races involved a debut winner: for Luigi Musso and Luigi Fagioli it was their only experience of the top step of the podium, but Tony Brooks went on to win two more Grand Prix races.

Ferrari, predictably, has the most debut wins with 17 from Froilan Gonzalez in 1951 to Carlos Sainz in 2022.

Several years have seen more than one rookie win. The best year for rookies was the crazy 1982 season when five new winners (Patrese, Tambay, de Angelis, Rosberg and Alboreto) were added to the list. The decade with the most was the 1950s, with 24. 

The biggest gap between rookie wins was the 1043 days between Nannini's win in 1989 and Michael Schumacher's in 1992 (both for Benetton). The decade with the fewest new winners was the 2010s with six.

The Winners 

114th Lando Norris McLaren MCL38 Mercedes
Miami GP, Miami International 5 May 2024

113th George Russell Mercedes AMG F1 W13
Brazilian GP, Sao Paulo 13 November 2022

112th Carlos Sainz jr Ferrari F1-75
British GP, Silverstone 3 July 2022

111th Esteban Ocon Alpine A521
Hungarian GP, Hungaroring 1 August 2021

110th Sergio Perez Racing Point RP20
Sakhir GP, Bahrain 6 December 2020

109th Pierre Gasly AlphaTauri AT01
Italian GP, Monza 6 September 2020

108th Charles Leclerc Ferrari SF90
Belgian GP, Spa-Francorchamps 1 September 2019

107th Valtteri Bottas Mercedes AMG F1 W08 EQ Power+
Russian GP, Sochi 30 April 2017

106th Max Verstappen Red Bull TAG Heuer RB12
Spanish GP, Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya 15 May 2016

105th Daniel Ricciardo Red Bull Renault RB10
Canadian GP, Circuit Gilles Villeneuve 8 June 2014

104th Pastor Maldonado Williams Renault FW34
Spanish GP, Circuit de Catalunya 13 May 2012

103rd Nico Rosberg Mercedes F1 W03
Chinese GP, Shanghai 15 April 2012

102nd Mark Webber Red Bull Renault RB5
German GP, Nurburgring 12 July 2009

101st Sebastian Vettel Toro Rosso Ferrari STR3
Italian GP, Monza 14 September 2008

Lewis Hamilton wins the 2007 Canadian GP

Lewis Hamilton's debut win in Canada 2007 Daimler

100th Heikki Kovalainen McLaren Mercedes MP4-23
Hungarian GP, Hungaroring 3 August 2008

99th Robert Kubica BMW Sauber F1.08
Canadian GP, Circuit Gilles Villeneuve 8 June 2008

98th Lewis Hamilton McLaren Mercedes MP4-22
Canadian GP, Circuit Gilles Villeneuve 10 June 2007

97th Felipe Massa Ferrari 248 F1
Turkish GP, Istanbul Park 26 August 2006

96th Jenson Button Honda RA106
Hungarian GP, Hungaroring 6 August 2006

95th Jarno Trulli Renault R24
Monaco GP 23 May 2004

94th Fernando Alonso Renault R23
Hungarian GP, Hungaroring 24 August 2003

93rd Giancarlo Fisichella Jordan Ford EJ13
Brazilian GP, Interlagos 6 April 2003

92nd Kimi Räikkönen McLaren Mercedes MP4-18
Malaysian GP, Sepang 23 March 2003

91st Juan Pablo Montoya Williams BMW FW23
Italian GP, Monza 16 September 2001

90th Ralf Schumacher Williams BMW FW23
San Marino GP, Imola 15 April 2001

89th Rubens Barrichello Ferrari F1-2000
German GP, Hockenheim 30 July 2000

Damon Hill wins the 1993 Hungarian GP

Damon Hill wins in Hungary, August 1993 Renault

88th Eddie Irvine Ferrari F399
Australian GP, Melbourne 7 March 1999

87th Mika Hakkinen McLaren Mercedes Mp4/12
European GP, Jerez 26 October 1997

86th Heinz-Harald Frentzen Williams Renault FW19
San Marino GP, Imola 27 April 1997

85th David Coulthard McLaren Mercedes MP4/12
Australian GP, Melbourne 9 March 1997

84th Olivier Panis Ligier Mugen Honda JS43
Monaco GP 19 May 1996

83rd Jacques Villeneuve Williams Renault FW18
European GP, Nurburgring 28 April 1996

82nd Johnny Herbert Benetton Ford B195
British GP, Silverstone 16 July 1995

81st Jean Alesi Ferrari 412T3
Canadian GP, Montreal 11 June 1995

80th Damon Hill Williams Renault FW15C
Hungarian GP, Hungaroring 15 August 1993

79th Michael Schumacher Benetton Ford B192
Belgian GP, Spa-Francorchamps 30 August 1992

78th Alessandro Nannini Benetton Ford B189
Japanese GP, Suzuka 22 October 1989

77th Thierry Boutsen Williams Renault FW12C
Canadian GP, Montreal 18 June 1989

76th Gerhard Berger Benetton BMW B186
Mexican GP, Mexico City 12 October 1986

75th Nigel Mansell Williams Honda FW10
European GP, Brands Hatch 6 October 1985

74th Ayrton Senna Lotus Renault 97T
Portuguese GP, Estoril 21 April 1985

Gerhard Berger Benetton-BMW 1986

Gerhard Berger's first F1 win came at the Mexican GP in 1986 in the BMW-powered Benetton BMW

73rd Michele Alboreto Tyrrell Ford 011
Caesars Palace GP, Las Vagas 25 September 1982

72nd Keke Rosberg Williams Ford FW08
Swiss GP, Dijon-Prenois 29 August 1982

Ford Cosworth DFV book

71st Elio de Angelis Lotus Ford 91
Austrian GP, Osterreichring 15 August 1982

70th Patrick Tambay Ferrari 126C2
German GP, Hockenheim 8 August 1982

69th Riccardo Patrese Brabham Ford BT49D
Monaco GP 23 May 1982

68th Alain Prost Renault RE30
French GP, Dijon-Prenois 5 July 1981

67th Didier Pironi Ligier Ford JS11/15
Belgian GP, Zolder 4 May 1980

66th Nelson Piquet Brabham Ford BT49
United States (West) GP, Long Beach 30 March 1980

65th Rene Arnoux Renault RE20
Brazilian GP, Interlagos 27 January 1980

64th Jean-Pierre Jabouille Renault RS10
French GP, Dijon-Prenois 1 July 1979

63rd Gilles Villeneuve Ferrari 312T3
Candian GP, Montreal 8 October 1978

62nd Patrick Depailler Tyrrell Ford 008
Monaco GP 7 May 1978

61st Alan Jones Shadow Ford DN8
Austrian GP, Osterreichring 14 August 1977

60th Jacques Laffite Ligier Matra JS7
Swedish GP, Anderstorp 19 June 1977

59th Gunnar Nilsson Lotus Ford 78
Belgian GP, Zolder 5 June 1977

Jean Pierre Jabouille Rene Arnoux Gilles Villeneuve French GP 1979

64th F1 winner Jean-Pierre Jabouille celebrates his first win, in France in 1979, alongside Rene Arnoux (winner 65, left) and Gilles Villeneuve (winner 63, right)Renault

58th John Watson Penske Ford PC4
Austrian GP, Osterreichring 15 August 1976

57th Vittoria Brambilla March Ford 751
Austrian GP, Osterreichring 17 August 1975

56th James Hunt Hesketh Ford 308
Dutch GP, Zandvoort 22 June 1975

James Hunt 1975

James Hunt in 1975, the year of his, and Hesketh's, debut win via Newspress

55th Jochen Mass McLaren Ford M23
Spanish GP, Montjuich Park 27 April 1975

54th Carlos Pace Brabham Ford BT44B
Brazilian GP, Interlagos 26 January 1975

53rd Jody Scheckter Tyrrell Ford 007
Swedish GP, Anderstorp 9 June 1974

52nd Niki Lauda Ferrari 312B3
Spanish GP, Jarama 28 April 1974

51st Carlos Reutemann Brabham Ford BT44
South African GP, Kyalami 30 March 1974

50th Peter Revson McLaren Ford M23
British GP, Silverstone 14 July 1973

49th Ronnie Peterson Lotus Ford 72E
French GP, Paul Ricard 1 July 1973

48th Jean-Pierre Beltoise BRM P160B
Monaco GP 14 May 1972

47th François Cevert Tyrrell Ford 002
United States GP, Watkins Glen 3 October 1971

46th Peter Gethin BRM P160
Italian GP, Monza 5 September 1971

45th Mario Andretti Ferrari 312B
South African GP, Kyalami 6 March 1971

44th Emerson Fittipaldi Lotus Ford 72C
United States GP, Watkins Glen 4 October 1970

Dan Gurney wins the 1962 French GP for Porsche

Dan Gurney concentrates hard at Rouen in 1962 Porsche

43rd Clay Regazzoni Ferrari 312B
Italian GP, Monza 6 September 1970

42nd Jochen Rindt Lotus Ford 49B
United States GP, Watkins Glen 5 October 1969

41st Jo Siffert Lotus Ford 49B
British GP, Brands Hatch 20 July 1968

40th Jacky Ickx Ferrari 312
French GP, Rouen-les-Essarts 7 July 1968

39th Denny Hulme Brabham Repco BT20
Monaco GP 7 May 1967

38th Pedro Rodriguez Cooper Maserati T81
South African GP, Kyalami 2 January 1967

37th Ludovico Scarfiotti Ferrari 312
Italian GP, Monza 4 September 1966

36th Richie Ginther Honda RA272
Mexican GP, Mexico City 24 October 1965

35th Jackie Stewart BRM P261
Italian GP, Monza 12 September 1965

Jim Clark

Jim Clark's win in the 1962 Belgian GP was the first of 25 GP victories - a record until 1973

34th Lorenzo Bandini Ferrari 156
Austrian GP, Zeltweg 23 August 1964

33rd John Surtees Ferrari 156
German GP, Nurburgring 4 August 1963

32nd Dan Gurney Porsche 804
French GP, Rouen 8 July 1962

31st Jim Clark Lotus Climax 25
Belgian GP, Spa-Francorchamps 17 June 1962

30th Graham Hill BRM P57
Dutch GP, Zandvoort 20 May 1962

29th Innes Ireland Lotus Climax 21
United States GP, Watkins Glen 8 October 1961

28th Giancarlo Baghetti Ferrari 156
French GP, Reims 2 July 1961

27th Wolfgang von Trips Ferrari 156
Dutch GP, Zandvoort 22 May 1961

26th Phil Hill Ferrari Dino 246
Italian GP, Monza 4 September 1960

25th Jim Rathman Watson Offenhauser
Indianapolis 500 30 May 1960

24th Bruce McLaren Cooper Climax T51
United States GP, Sebring 12 December 1959

23rd Jo Bonnier BRM P25
Dutch GP, Zandvoort 31 May 1959

22nd Roger Ward Watson Offenhauser
Indianapolis 500 30 May 1959

21st Jack Brabham Cooper Climax T51
Monaco GP 10 May 1959

20th Jimmy Bryan Epperly Offenhauser
Indianapolis 500 30 May 1958

19th Tony Brooks Vanwall VW57
British GP, Aintree 20 July 1957
Win shared with Stirling Moss

Stirling Moss leads Mercedes team mate Juan Manuel Fangio in the 1955 British GP

1955 British GP winner Stirling Moss is chased by Mercedes team mate Juan Manuel Fangio Daimler

18th Sam Hanks Epperly Offenhauser
Indianapolis 500 30 May 1957

17th Peter Collins Lancia Ferrari D50
Belgian GP, Spa-Francorchamps 3 June 1956

16th Pat Flaherty Watson Offenhauser
Indianapolis 500 30 May 1956

15th Luigi Musso Lancia Ferrari D50
Argentine GP, Buenos Aires 22 January 1956
Win shared with Juan Manuel Fangio

14th Stirling Moss Mercedes-Benz W196
British GP, Aintree 16 July 1955

13th Bob Sweikert Kurtis Kraft Offenhauser
Indianapolis 500 30 May 1955

12th Maurice Trintingnant Ferrari 625
Monaco GP 22 May 1955

11th Mike Hawthorn Ferrari 500
French GP, Reims 5 July 1953

10th Bill Vukovich Kurtis Kraft Offenhauser
Indianapolis 500 30 May 1953 

First F1 World Championship Grand Prix winner Nino Farina

Giuseppe 'Nino' Farina, winner of the first World Championship race in 1950

9th Troy Ruttman Kuzma Offenhauser
Indianapolis 500 30 May 1952

8th Piero Taruffi Ferrari 500
Swiss GP, Bremgarten 18 May 1952

7th Alberto Ascari Ferrari 375
German GP, Nurburgring 29 July 1951

6th Jose Froilan Gonzalez Ferrari 375
British GP, Silverstone 14 July 1951

5th Luigi Fagioli Alfa Romeo 159
French GP, Reims-Gueux 1 July 1951
Win shared with Juan Manuel Fangio

4th Lee Wallard Kurtis Kraft Offenhauser
Indianapolis 500 30 May 1951

3rd Johnnie Parsons Kurtis Kraft Offenhauser
Indianapolis 500 30 May 1950

2nd Juan Manuel Fangio Alfa Romeo 158
Monaco GP 21 May 1950

1st Nino Farina Alfa Romeo 158
British GP, Silverstone 13 May 1950

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