|formula 1 standings 1||0.19||0.7||4203||7|
|formula 1 standings 11||0.06||0.5||9911||70|
|formula 1 standings 12||0.57||0.1||182||97|
|formula 1 standings 1994||1.25||0.5||3081||93|
|formula 1 standings 1995||0.37||0.3||5642||98|
|formula 1 standings 1996||1.64||1||9206||50|
|formula 1 standings 1997||0.83||0.1||2382||84|
|formula 1 standings 1998||1.12||0.6||765||97|
|formula 1 standings 1999||1.37||0.5||6091||68|
|formula 1 standings111||1.26||0.2||7599||8|
|formula 1 standings 2011||0.03||0.9||2796||22|
Emerson Fittipaldi won 2 Formula One World Championships in 1972 and 1974, both for Team Lotus. He also registered 2 wins at Indianapolis 500. At the time of winning his first Formula 1 title in 1972, he was the youngest ever at 25 years and 273 days.Who is the oldest Formula 1 champion?
Luigi Fagioli is the oldest winner of a Formula One Grand Prix. He was 53 years and 22 days old when he won the 1951 French Grand Prix. As of the 2020 Bahrein Grand Prix, there have been 109 different Formula One Grand Prix winners.What are the Formula 1 races?
Formula One. A Formula One race or Grand Prix is a sporting event which takes place over three days (usually Friday to Sunday), with a series of practice and qualifying sessions prior to a race on Sunday.Who is the Formula 1 champion?
The first F1 World Drivers' Champion was Giuseppe Farina in the 1950 championship and the current title holder is Hamilton in the 2020 season. The title has been won by drivers from the United Kingdom 20 times between 10 drivers, more than any other nation, followed by Brazil, Finland and Germany with three drivers each.