1953 F1 Championship Standings
See all 1953 F1 results for each race, driver and team.
Alberto Ascari won the 4th Formula One season in history. It was the second time in a row that the Italian driver became world champion.
Ascari was also the first driver to become double champion and the last Italian born F1 champions since.
Don't forget he won this championship while competing against F1's greatest ever drivers: Juan Manuel Fangio.
Here you can find the 1953 F1 teams overview.
1953 F1 Championship Overview
|1953 Argentine F1 GP||January 18|| Alberto Ascari||Ferrari||97||03:01:04.600|
|1953 Indianapolis 500||May 30|| Bill Vukovich||Kurtis Kraft||200||03:53:01.690|
|1953 Dutch F1 GP||June 7|| Alberto Ascari||Ferrari||90||02:53:35.800|
|1953 Belgian F1 GP||June 21|| Alberto Ascari||Ferrari||36||02:48:30.300|
|1953 French F1 GP||July 5|| Mike Hawthorn||Ferrari||60||02:44:18.600|
|1953 British F1 GP||July 18|| Alberto Ascari||Ferrari||90||02:50:00.000|
|1953 German F1 GP||August 2|| Nino Farina||Ferrari||18||03:02:25.000|
|1953 Swiss F1 GP||August 23|| Alberto Ascari||Ferrari||65||03:01:34.400|
|1953 Italian F1 GP||September 13|| Juan Manuel Fangio||Maserati||80||02:49:45.900|
1953 Formula 1 Drivers Championship Table
1953 F1 results distribution of points: 1st = 9, 2nd = 6, 3rd = 4, 4th = 3, 5th = 2, fastest lap=1 point
DNQ = Did Not Qualify, DNS = Did Not Start, Ret = Retired, DSQ = Disqualified, NC = Not Classified
1953 F1 Drivers Statistics Table
The constructor championship did not exist until 1958.