List of Formula One Grand Prix winners (constructors)
Formula One, abbreviated to F1, is the highest class of open wheeled auto racing defined by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA), motorsport's world governing body. The "formula" in the name refers to a set of rules to which all participants and cars must conform. The F1 world championship season consists of a series of races, known as Grands Prix, held usually on purpose-built circuits, and in a few cases on closed city streets, the most famous of which is the Monaco Grand Prix in Monte Carlo. The results of each race are combined to determine two annual World Championships, one for drivers and one for constructors.
Ferrari hold the record for the most Grands Prix victories, having won 224 times. McLaren are second with 182 wins, and Williams are third with 114 wins. So far nine countries have produced winning constructors, apart from six countries regarded as the major competitors also Canada, Ireland and Austria, the three countries without large automotive industry. British constructors have won the most Grands Prix, 15 constructors have won 517 races between them. Italian constructors are second with 245 wins between five constructors. German constructors are third, having won 62 Grands Prix between three constructors. During the first four championship seasons (1950-1953), only Italian constructors won championship races, with the exception of the Indianapolis 500. Five seasons (1973, 1986, 1991, 1992 and 1993) witnessed wins of only British constructors. Since the first win for a British constructor in 1957, British constructors have won races in every season except 2006, 2014, and 2015. Only one constructor (Benetton) has achieved victories under two different nationalities.
All figures correct as of the 2016 Japanese Grand Prix
|Bold||Constructor has competed in the 2016 season|
|Italics||Formula One World Champion|
|Constructor||Record number of wins||Record held between||Previous record broken at||Previous record broken by|
|Alfa Romeo||1–10||1950 British Grand Prix – 1952 Italian Grand Prix||1951 Spanish Grand Prix||Juan Manuel Fangio|
|Ferrari||11–49||1953 Argentine Grand Prix – 1973 South African Grand Prix||1953 Argentine Grand Prix||Alberto Ascari|
|Lotus||50–57||1973 Spanish Grand Prix – 1975 Italian Grand Prix||1973 Spanish Grand Prix||Emerson Fittipaldi|
|Ferrari||58–103||1975 United States Grand Prix – 1993 Japanese Grand Prix||1975 United States Grand Prix||Niki Lauda|
|McLaren||104||1993 Australian Grand Prix – 1995 Monaco Grand Prix||1993 Australian Grand Prix||Ayrton Senna|
|Ferrari||105–224||1995 Canadian Grand Prix – present||1995 Canadian Grand Prix||Jean Alesi|
List of races won by nationality of constructor.
By first win for a nation
By first home win for a nation
|Italy||Alfa Romeo||1950||1950 Italian Grand Prix||Home win also for driver (Giuseppe Farina), engine (Alfa Romeo) and tires (Pirelli)|
|United States [C]||Kurtis Kraft||1950||1950 Indianapolis 500||Home win also for driver (Johnnie Parsons), engine (Offenhauser) and tires (Firestone)|
|Germany||Mercedes||1954||1954 German Grand Prix||Home win also for engine (Mercedes) and tires (Continental). Nico Rosberg and Mercedes achieved first home win for a driver, constructor and engine at the 2014 German Grand Prix.|
|United Kingdom||Vanwall||1957||1957 British Grand Prix||Home win also for drivers (Tony Brooks and Stirling Moss) and engine (Vanwall)|
|France||Matra||1969||1969 French Grand Prix||First "all-French" home win is often considered to be the 1979 French Grand Prix because of driver (Jean-Pierre Jabouille), team, constructor and engine (all Renault) and tires (Michelin)|
|Canada||Wolf||1977||1977 Canadian Grand Prix|
A. ^ Benetton held a British licence from 1986 to 1995 and an Italian licence from 1996 to 2001.
B. ^ Only one of Benetton's 27 wins were scored with their Italian licence. All the others count towards the British totals.
C. ^ If Indianapolis 500 results counted.
D. ^ If Indianapolis 500 results excluded.
E. ^ Shadow held an American licence from 1973 to 1975 and a British licence from 1976 to 1980. Their only victory was achieved as a British constructor.
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