There have been a total of 108 drivers who have won a Grand Prix in Formula One. We list down the Top 10 drivers with the most F1 wins, led by Michael Schumacher.
Reigning champion Lewis Hamilton has won 6 F1 world titles, and will level with the legendary Michael Schumacher if he wins the ongoing 2020 championship. He is currently second in the points table, behind Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas.
When it comes to Grand Prix race wins, Schumacher leads the table with 91, followed closely by Hamilton with 85 victories. Hamilton is six wins short, in all probability, should break the record this season, with 7 more races confirmed to be held after the Hungarian Grand Prix tomorrow. The FIA and FOM are also working to get in few more venues confirmed and make it a full-fledged F1 season.
Hamilton has a great chance of closing this gap within the next 3 weeks, as he has splendid record in Hungary(and is also on pole for today’s race) and has two Silverstone GPs lined up in the next few weeks.
— Formula 1 (@F1) July 12, 2020
Top 10 all-time most F1 Grand Prix winners
After the dominant Michael Schumacher and Lewis Hamilton, we have Sebastian Vettel in third with 53 wins. He would be looking to add a couple or more with Ferrari this season.
Further down, the explosive pair of Alain Prost and the iconic Aryton Senna are fourth and fifth, with 51 and 41 wins respectively.
The maverick Spaniard Fernando Alonso is sixth, with 32 race wins. He will be back in F1 next season with Renault, and has made it known that he is looking to win races again, and not just fill up the grid.
The British trio of Nigel Mansell, Jackie Stewart and Jim Clark are next on the list, with a combined 83 race wins. The Austrian legend Niki Lauda completes the Top 10 list with 25 Grand Prix wins to show for in his illustrious F1 career.
|2||Lewis Hamilton||85||United Kingdom|
|7||Nigel Mansell||31||United Kingdom|
|8||Jackie Stewart||27||United Kingdom|
|9||Jim Clark||25||United Kingdom|