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Classification of Formula 1 World Championship Drivers
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Formula 1 is the most prestigious international vehicle competition. It is also known as the "Queen of Motor Racing" because the vehicles that are used are one-seaters and they employ the world's most advanced technology. Each race is called a Grand Prix and the competition that incorporates them all is called the Formula 1 World Championship. This ranking indicates the final classification of the drivers of each edition, from the competition's beginnings in 1950 to date. Noteworthy names include Nino Farina, the first winner, Juan Manuel Fangio, Ayrton Senna and of course, the best driver historically speaking: Michael Schumacher.

  • Author: ivy (Updated Nov 28, 2016)
  • Sources: Official source FIA, Formula 1
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Drivercolumns columns Points  (pts)
51Les LestonLes Leston0
52Jimmy ReeceJimmy Reece0
53Don EdmundsDon Edmunds0
54Johnnie TolanJohnnie Tolan0
55Al HermanAl Herman0
56Fred AgabashianFred Agabashian0
57Eddie SachsEddie Sachs0
58Mike MagillMike Magill0
59Eddie Johnson (piloto de coches)Eddie Johnson (piloto de coches)0
60Bill CheesbourgBill Cheesbourg0
61Al KellerAl Keller0
62Jimmy DaywaltJimmy Daywalt0
63Ed ElisianEd Elisian0
64Rodger WardRodger Ward0
65Troy RuttmanTroy Ruttman0
66Eddie RussoEddie Russo0
67Elmer GeorgeElmer George0
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