Constructors' Championship points are calculated by adding points scored in each race by any driver for that constructor. Up until 1979, most seasons saw only the highest-scoring driver in each race for each constructor contributing points towards the Championship. On only ten occasions has the World Constructors' Champion team not contained the World Drivers' Champion for that season.
In the 57 seasons the Championship has been awarded, only 15 different constructors have won it, with Scuderia Ferrari the most successful, with 16 titles including 6 consecutive from 1999 to 2004. Only five countries have produced winning constructors: United Kingdom (33 championships with 10 different constructors), Italy (16 with Ferrari), Austria (4 with Red Bull), France (3 with two constructors) and Germany (1 with Mercedes). However, all Austrian, French and German titles have seen the winning cars designed and built (except Matra in 1969) and run by teams based in the United Kingdom. Among drivers that have contributed with at least a single point to the constructors' title, Michael Schumacher has the unofficial record, having been involved with seven such titles, six of those consecutively with Ferrari. Schumacher won the world drivers' title on six of those seven occasions.
^ Only drivers who contributed to the final points tally are shown. Car numbers are indicated where the driver kept the same number over the season (replacement drivers' numbers are shown in parentheses).
^ Only points counted towards the Constructors' Championship are shown.
^ McLaren scored 203 points but were excluded from the championship.
Note: The Austrian owned Red Bull Racing team (formerly Jaguar Racing and Stewart GP), the French Renault team (formerly Toleman and Benetton, now Lotus) and the German Mercedes-Benz team (formerly Brawn GP, Honda Racing, BAR and Tyrrell Racing) are based in the UK.