List of Formula One Grand Prix wins by Sebastian Vettel

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Vettel in 2015

Sebastian Vettel is a German four time Formula One World Champion, who currently drives for Scuderia Ferrari.

Driving in place of Robert Kubica, Vettel made his début in 2007 with BMW Sauber in the United States Grand Prix; making him (at that time) the youngest points scorer in Formula One by finishing eighth in the race.[1] His second race came with Scuderia Toro Rosso in the 2007 Hungarian Grand Prix and he stayed at Toro Rosso until the end of the 2008 season. Vettel won his first race at the 2008 Italian Grand Prix starting from his first pole, which remains Toro Rosso's only podium and win.[2] He then moved to Red Bull for the 2009 season and stayed at Red Bull until the end of the 2014 season. During his six years at Red Bull, he secured four championships, 38 wins, 44 pole positions and 65 podium finishes. Vettel's first championship came at the age of 23 years and 134 days in 2010, becoming the youngest ever world champion; this was followed by three consecutive championships. 2014, a winless season for Vettel, was his final year with Red Bull; he then joined Scuderia Ferrari. In his first year with Ferrari, he secured 3 wins, 1 pole position, and 13 podium finishes, going on to finish 3rd in the standings. In the 2016 season, Vettel had no wins with Ferrari and finished 4th in the standings. However, in 2017 he finished the season in second place with 5 victories. His 52 Grand Prix victories is the third highest of all-time, only behind Lewis Hamilton's 67 wins and Michael Schumacher at 91.

Vettel has several records to his name, like the youngest double world champion, the youngest triple world champion and the most wins in a season. His most successful circuit is Suzuka where he has won four times and has 7 podium finishes in 9 races. Vettel's largest margin of victory was at the 2013 Singapore Grand Prix as he beat Fernando Alonso by 32.627 seconds; his smallest margin of victory was at the 2011 Spanish Grand Prix, beating Lewis Hamilton by 0.630 seconds.

Wins[edit]

Key:

  • No. – Victory number
  • Race – Formula One career race start number
  • Grid – Starting position on grid.
  • Margin – Margin of victory (min:sec.ms)
  • footnote– Driver's Championship winning season

Grand Prix victories[3]
No. Race Date Season Grand Prix Circuit Grid Margin Team Engine Chassis Ref
1 22 14 September 2008 Italian Autodromo Nazionale Monza 1 00:12.512 Scuderia Toro Rosso Ferrari STR3 [4]
2 29 19 April 2009 Chinese Shanghai International Circuit 1 00:10.970 Red Bull Racing Renault RB5 [5]
3 34 21 June British Silverstone Circuit 1 00:15.188 [6]
4 41 4 October Japanese Suzuka Circuit 1 00:04.877 [7]
5 43 1 November Abu Dhabi Yas Marina Circuit 2 00:17.875 [8]
6 46 4 April 2010footnote Malaysian Sepang International Circuit 3 00:04.849 RB6 [9]
7 52 27 June European Valencia Street Circuit 1 00:05.042 [10]
8 59 10 October Japanese Suzuka Circuit 1 00:00.905 [11]
9 61 7 November Brazilian Autódromo José Carlos Pace 2 00:04.243 [12]
10 62 14 November Abu Dhabi Yas Marina Circuit 1 00:10.162 [13]
11 63 27 March 2011footnote Australian Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit 1 00:22.297 RB7 [14]
12 64 10 April Malaysian Sepang International Circuit 1 00:03.261 [15]
13 66 8 May Turkish Istanbul Park 1 00:08.807 [16]
14 67 22 May Spanish Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya 2 00:00.630 [17]
15 68 29 May Monaco Circuit de Monaco 1 00:01.138 [18]
16 70 26 June European Valencia Street Circuit 1 00:10.891 [19]
17 74 28 August Belgian Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps 1 00:03.741 [20]
18 75 11 September Italian Autodromo Nazionale Monza 1 00:09.590 [21]
19 76 25 September Singapore Marina Bay Street Circuit 1 00:01.737 [22]
20 78 16 October Korean Korea International Circuit 2 00:12.019 [23]
21 79 30 October Indian Buddh International Circuit 1 00:08.433 [24]
22 85 22 April 2012footnote Bahrain Bahrain International Circuit 1 00:03.333 RB8 [25]
23 95 23 September Singapore Marina Bay Street Circuit 3 00:08.959 [26]
24 96 7 October Japanese Suzuka Circuit 1 00:20.639 [27]
25 97 14 October Korean Korea International Circuit 2 00:08.231 [28]
26 98 28 October Indian Buddh International Circuit 1 00:09.437 [29]
27 103 24 March 2013footnote Malaysian Sepang International Circuit 1 00:04.298 RB9 [30]
28 105 21 April Bahrain Bahrain International Circuit 2 00:09.111 [31]
29 108 9 June Canadian Circuit Gilles Villeneuve 1 00:14.408 [32]
30 110 7 July German Nürburgring 2 00:01.008 [33]
31 112 25 August Belgian Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps 2 00:16.869 [34]
32 113 8 September Italian Autodromo Nazionale Monza 1 00:05.467 [35]
33 114 22 September Singapore Marina Bay Street Circuit 1 00:32.627 [36]
34 115 6 October Korean Korean International Circuit 1 00:04.224 [37]
35 116 13 October Japanese Suzuka Circuit 2 00:07.129 [38]
36 117 27 October Indian Buddh International Circuit 1 00:29.823 [39]
37 118 3 November Abu Dhabi Yas Marina Circuit 2 00:30.829 [40]
38 119 17 November United States Circuit of the Americas 1 00:06.284 [41]
39 120 24 November Brazilian Autódromo José Carlos Pace 1 00:10.452 [42]
40 141 29 March 2015 Malaysian Sepang International Circuit 2 00:08.569 Scuderia Ferrari Ferrari SF15-T [43]
41 149 26 July Hungarian Hungaroring 3 00:15.748 [44]
42 152 20 September Singapore Marina Bay Street Circuit 1 00:01.478 [45]
43 179 26 March 2017 Australian Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit 2 00:09.975 SF70H [46]
44 181 16 April Bahrain Bahrain International Circuit 3 00:06.660 [47]
45 184 28 May Monaco Circuit de Monaco 2 00:03.145 [48]
46 189 30 July Hungarian Hungaroring 1 00:00.908 [49]
47 197 12 November Brazilian Autódromo José Carlos Pace 2 00:02.762 [50]
48 199 25 March 2018 Australian Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit 3 00:05.762 SF71H [51]
49 200 8 April Bahrain Bahrain International Circuit 1 00:00.699 [52]
50 205 23 June Canadian Circuit Gilles Villeneuve 1 00:07.376 [53]
51 208 8 July British Silverstone Circuit 2 00:02.264 [54]
52 211 26 August Belgian Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps 2 00:11.061 [55]

Number of wins at different Grands Prix[edit]

No. Grand Prix Years Won Wins
1 Japanese 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013 4
2 Malaysian 2010, 2011, 2013, 2015
3 Singapore 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015
4 Bahrain 2012, 2013, 2017, 2018
5 Italian 2008, 2011, 2013 3
6 Korean 2011, 2012, 2013
7 Indian 2011, 2012, 2013
8 Abu Dhabi 2009, 2010, 2013
9 Brazilian 2010, 2013, 2017
10 Australian 2011, 2017, 2018
11 Belgian 2011, 2013, 2018
12 European 2010, 2011 2
13 Monaco 2011, 2017
14 Hungarian 2015, 2017
15 Canadian 2013, 2018
16 British 2009, 2018
17 Chinese 2009 1
18 Turkish 2011
19 Spanish 2011
20 German 2013
21 United States 2013
Total number of Grand Prix wins: 52

Number of wins at different circuits[edit]

No. Circuit Years Won Wins
1 Suzuka Circuit 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013 4
2 Sepang International Circuit 2010, 2011, 2013, 2015
3 Marina Bay Street Circuit 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015
4 Bahrain International Circuit 2012, 2013, 2017, 2018
5 Autodromo Nazionale Monza 2008, 2011, 2013 3
6 Korea International Circuit 2011, 2012, 2013
7 Buddh International Circuit 2011, 2012, 2013
8 Yas Marina Circuit 2009, 2010, 2013
9 Autódromo José Carlos Pace 2010, 2013, 2017
10 Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit 2011, 2017, 2018
11 Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps 2011, 2013, 2018
12 Valencia Street Circuit 2010, 2011 2
13 Circuit de Monaco 2011, 2017
14 Hungaroring 2015, 2017
15 Circuit Gilles Villeneuve 2013, 2018
16 Silverstone Circuit 2009, 2018
17 Shanghai International Circuit 2009 1
18 Istanbul Park 2011
19 Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya 2011
20 Nürburgring 2013
21 Circuit of the Americas 2013
Total number of Grand Prix wins: 52

See also[edit]

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