Most F1 Pole Positions: List of Formula 1 drivers who have achieved the most number of pole positions in the history of the sport.
The Formula 1 qualifying is probably the most intense crucial and intense phase of a Formula 1 Grand Prix, some of the tracks are designed in such a way that the polesitter at times is the guaranteed winner.
On the other hand, one cannot deny the advantage it brings on the track. In the current era, Lewis Hamilton is called as the greatest of this generation has dominated F1 for the last 7 years.
His numbers are immense and stand miles ahead of his contemporaries. Even talking about the numbers of throughout the history of F1, Hamilton still stands atop in qualifying with 92 pole positions in his career out of 252 appearances, with the pole in Spanish GP being the latest addition.
Even Michael Schumacher, who is considered to be the greatest racer of all time in the history of F1 lags behind Hamilton in this department with a significant gap.
With Hamilton still going strong, it doesn’t seem any other racer in the near future will reach near to him and we might even witness him making it to 100.
As stated above, qualifying is dramatic and over here many races tend to pick up fights over blocking and car performance. Many racers even go onto whine and complaint, hence it is entertaining to see.
But overall, qualifying is probably the most exciting event behind the race day for the fans, with this, the Sportsrush will list out drivers with most poles.
Most F1 Pole Positions
|5||Jim Clark and Alain Prost||33|
|8||Juan Manuel Fangio||29|