List of female Formula One drivers
Five women racing drivers have entered at least one Grand Prix, although only two of them ever qualified and started a race. The woman who competed in the most Grands Prix is Lella Lombardi, with 17 entries and 12 starts.
Desiré Wilson became the only woman to win a Formula One race of any kind when she won at Brands Hatch in the British Aurora F1 series on 7 April 1980. As a result of this achievement, she has a grandstand at Brands Hatch named after her.
|Maria Teresa de Filippis||1958 – 1959||Maserati, Behra-Porsche||5 (3)||0|
|Lella Lombardi||1974 – 1976||March, RAM, Williams||17 (12)||0.5|
|Divina Galica||1976, 1978||Surtees, Hesketh||3 (0)||-|
|Desiré Wilson||1980||Williams||1 (0)||-|
|Giovanna Amati||1992||Brabham||3 (0)||-|
Other female drivers have been contracted to Formula One teams in testing and development capacities. Most recently, Williams signed Susie Wolff as a development driver, and María de Villota was a test driver for Marussia.
- First woman to compete in a Formula 1 race: Maria Teresa De Filippis (1958 Monaco Grand Prix)
- First woman to score points: Lella Lombardi (1975 Spanish Grand Prix)
- First race with more than one woman entered: 1976 British Grand Prix
See also 
- List of female Indy 500 drivers
- List of female 24 Hours Le Mans drivers
- List of female NASCAR drivers
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