Ferrari F1 information & statistics

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Maurizio-ArrivabenePrincipal: Maurizio Arrivabene

Ferrari F1 team statistics:

Races920
Race Starts919
Drivers' Titles15
Constructors' Titles15
Victories225
Poles208
Podiums529
Points6787.5
Fastest Laps233
Laps105870
One/two finishes81

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Scuderia Ferrari Drivers

Ferrari F1 drivers

5. Sebastian Vettel

Races169
Drivers' Titles4
Victories42
Poles46
Podiums84
Points2006
Fastest Laps23
Laps9116

2016-Sebastian-Vettel-helmetHelmet of Sebastian Vettel

7. Kimi Räikkönen

Races243
Race Starts242
Drivers' Titles1
Victories20
Poles16
Podiums84
Points1283
Fastest Laps41
Laps12737

2016-Kimi-Rakonnen-helmet
Helmet of Kimi Räikkönen

Achievements Ferrari F1 drivers

DriverRaces1st2nd3rdPodiumsPolesLapsFastestPoints
Germany Michael Schumacher1807232121165710251531066
Brazil Felipe Massa1391112133615791414789
Brazil Rubens Barrichello102924225511568615412
Finland Kimi Räikkönen1019816335555319552
Austria Gerhard Berger96581124743019182
Spain Fernando Alonso95111815444545571190
Italy Michele Alboreto8039719235764138.5
France Jean Alesi7916916136382121
Switzerland Clay Regazzoni734118234383613169
Canada Gilles Villeneuve6665213232168107
United Kingdom Eddie Irvine65461323032511156
Austria Niki Lauda58151253223313212242.5
Belgium Jacky Ickx556461611271610121
United Kingdom Mike Hawthorn3739416420886113.64
Italy Lorenzo Bandini35125811993256
Argentina Carlos Reutemann345261321901290
France René Arnoux323441141627479
United States Phil Hill313581661690696
United Kingdom Nigel Mansell313531131533675
Sweden Stefan Johansson31024601444049
United Kingdom John Surtees304541341406688
Italy Alberto Ascari3013401713163010139
Germany Sebastian Vettel3036918116531388
France Alain Prost3055414015393107
South Africa Jody Scheckter28330611559062
New Zealand Chris Amon27015631466034
France Didier Pironi25222611257348
Germany Wolfgang von Trips25222611336056
United Kingdom Peter Collins24333901047047
Italy Nino Farina221931331167075.33
France Patrick Tambay22233841093165
Italy Luigi Villoresi21026801115143
France Maurice Trintignant19122501082033.33
Argentina José Froilán González17263113980356.64
Italy Eugenio Castellotti1501120637013.5
France Louis Rosier150000048600
Italy Luigi Musso1514050736132
Italy Ivan Capelli140000051303
Italy Piero Taruffi1312140613132
United States Mario Andretti1210121518120
Italy Arturo Merzario110000059407
United States Richie Ginther1002240552224
Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio1032056458433
Belgium Willy Mairesse100011034507
Italy Giancarlo Baghetti810010334114
Belgium Olivier Gendebien80000033608
United Kingdom Tony Brooks721142351127
Switzerland Rudi Fischer701120287010
Italy Ludovico Scarfiotti710010345111
Mexico Pedro Rodríguez70000052606
United Kingdom Peter Whitehead70011033504
Spain Alfonso de Portago60101033004
United Kingdom Mike Parkes602021224014
United Kingdom Cliff Allison60101024808
Finland Mika Salo601120331010
Italy Umberto Maglioli60022043903.33
Belgium Jacques Swaters5000009200
Mexico Ricardo Rodríguez50000019604
Italy Giancarlo Fisichella50000029200
France Robert Manzon50011011404
Switzerland Peter Hirt40000014200
Italy Ignazio Giunti40000013603
United States Dan Gurney401120212013
Italy Nicola Larini40101018906
Italy Piero Carini3000004300
France Jean Behra30000012902
Belgium Paul Frère30101015809
United Kingdom Reg Parnell2000009803
Belgium Charles de Tornaco2000005200
United Kingdom Derek Bell2000001800
France André Simon20000013000
Italy Luca Badoer20000010000
France Raymond Sommer20000011603
Italy Franco Comotti1000006300
Belgium André Pilette1000003300
United States Bob Bondurant10000010600
Italy Nanni Galli1000003700
Italy Andrea de Adamich1000001300
Belgium Johnny Claes1000008800
Switzerland Max de Terra1000005100
United Kingdom Roy Salvadori1000008200
Argentina Alessandro de Tomaso1000009100
Italy Giorgio Scarlatti100000000
Italy Dorino Serafini1010108003
United Kingdom Roger Laurent1000001600
United States Harry Schell1000006800
Brazil Chico Landi100000000
Switzerland Rudolf Schoeller100000300
Italy Clemente Biondetti1000001700
Italy Gianni Morbidelli1000001400.5
Italy Nino Vaccarella1000005800
Germany Kurt Adolff100000300
Italy Cesare Perdisa1000009800
United Kingdom Jonathan Williams1000006300

Ferrari F1 Team Key Members

Scuderia Ferrari F1 Team Key Members

Maurizio-Arrivabene
Team Principal
Maurizio Arrivabene

James-Allison
Technical Director
James Allison

Corrado-Lanzone
Production Director
Corrado Lanzone

Massimo-Rivola
Sporting Director
Massimo Rivola


Scuderia Ferrari History

Enzo Ferrari

Enzo Ferrari

Scuderia Ferrari History

The grandest and most historical name in Formula 1, Scuderia Ferrari have been a part of the sport since its inception in 1950.

The Italian team are unparalleled and have won 15 drivers' championships and 16 constructors’ titles, while they also hold the records of most wins, most points, most podiums and most one-two’s finishes.

Any young driver aspires to drive for Ferrari. Their history, their grandeur and their success has given them a mystical status within the sport, and drivers such as Fangio, Lauda, Prost and Schumacher have added to their global appeal and reputation.

The team is named after their founder, Enzo Ferrari, while 'Scuderia' is an Italian term for a stable kept for racing horses, hence the teams nickname ‘the prancing horse’.

Ferrari's first F1 car the 125S

Ferrari's first F1 car the 125S

Ferrari’s illustrious history started in the sports embryonic years, as Alberto Ascari won the 1952 Formula 1 championship. He remains the last Italian world champion. In 1953 he defended his title, before his premature death in 1955.

The legendary Juan Manuel Fangio signed for Ferrari after Ascari's death and he won the 1956 F1 world championship, his fourth and the teams third.

In 1958 both Ferrari drivers Luigi Musso and Peter Collins died in accidents, however Brit Mike Hawthorn went on to win his sole world championship in 1958.

The sixties brought further championships for Phil Hill and John Surtees, but the team entered decline as British teams Lotus and Tyrell started to dominate the sport.

Phill Hill Ferrari 156 F1 car

Phil Hill driving the 156 F1 car in Germany (1961)

In the 1960’s the sport was notorious for death and heavy crashes. Ferrari suffered casualties, such as Wolfgang von Tripps and Lorenzo Bandini, while Mike Parkes suffered a career ending injury in a near fatal crash.

Ferrari were out of sync at the top until the mid-70’s when they signed Austrian Niki Lauda. Lauda's work ethic and professionalism took them back to the top as he held off James Hunt’s McLaren to win the title in 1975.

However, Lauda suffered a near fatal accident in 1976 which left him with severe burns, but he bravely returned to the sport and won his second title in 1977.

Ferrari were at the top of the sport in the seventies, and the enigmatic Giles Villeneuve along with his team-mate, Jody Scheckter, looked set to lead the team into promising future, after Scheckter won the 1979 title.

Michael Schumacher Ferrari 412T 1st test (1995)

Michael Schumacher Ferrari 412T 1st test (1995)

However, British manufacturers Williams and McLaren dominated the decade with driving talent such as Ayrton Senna, Nigel Mansell, Alain Prost and Nelson Piquet.

Ferrari signed Prost after his fall out with Senna in 1990 but they were denied the title due to the Brazilian’s suspiciously unfair antics. That was a close as the team got for years and in 1996, 17 years since their last title, they signed the hottest driver on the grid, Michael Schumacher.

The double world champion was tasked with returning the glory days to the Italian team. In 1997 he was close but his underhand tactics saw him lose to Jacques Villeneuve’s (Gilles son) Williams.

In 1998, Schumacher narrowly lost to his great rival Mika Hakkinen at McLaren, while in 1999 a broken leg denied him the opportunity. Eddie Irvine, Schumacher’s team-mate, came close but eventually succumbed to Hakkinen.

Michael Schuamcher & Rubens Barrichello F2004 Bahrain

Michael Schumacher & Rubens Barrichello F2004 Bahrain F1 GP (2004)

However, all of the team's near misses proved to be the calm before the storm, as Ferrari came back with a vengeance.

Ferrari and the incredible Schumacher won five titles in a row between 2000-2004, in cars that were unbeatable. They reached out to a new generation of fans and created history that is unlikely to ever be repeated.

Since the Schumacher days, Ferrari have been regularly competing at the top, although they have lost ground to Red Bull and Mercedes in recent years.

Kimi Raikkonen won the 2007 title, Felipe Massa almost won in 2008 and Fernando Alonso went close in 2010 and 2012.

Ferrari continue to have the largest fan base in the sport, helped in large by their famed ‘tifosi’, an army of loyal Italian fans. When Ferrari races, the whole nation supports them. The tifosi are unrivalled when F1 arrives in Monza for the Italian Grands Prix.

The team now have to find their way past Red Bull and Mercedes, and reassert their dominance on F1 again.


Official Scuderia Ferrari Website: http://formula1.ferrari.com/


Ferrari F1 Achievements

Ferrari F1 Achievements

Ferrari F1 Finishing Positions

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