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Countries[edit]

A[edit]

Years Flag Country Years Leader Years Leader Years Leader Years Leader
2010-Date Afghanistan Islamic Republic of Afghanistan President n/a
2010-Date Hamid Karzai
2010-Date Albania Republic of Albania President Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date Bamir Topi 2010-Date Sali Berisha
2010-Date Algeria People's Democratic Republic of Algeria President Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date Abdelaziz Bouteflika 2010-Date Ahmed Ouyahia
2010-Date Andorra Principality of Andorra Co-Princes Representatives General Syndic Prime Minister
2010-Date Joan Enric Vives Sicília
&
Nicolas Sarkozy
2010-Date Nemesi Marqués Oste
&
Christian Frémont
2010-Date Josep Dallerès Codina 2010-Date Jaume Bartumeu
2010-Date Angola Republic of Angola President n/a n/a
2010-Date José Eduardo dos Santos Prime Minister
2010-2010 Paulo Kassoma
2010-Date Antigua and Barbuda Antigua and Barbuda Queen Governor-General Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date Elizabeth II 2010-Date Louise Lake-Tack 2010-Date Baldwin Spencer
2010-Date Argentina Argentine Republic (Argentina) President Chief of Cabinet of Ministers n/a
2010-Date Cristina Fernández de Kirchner 2010-Date Aníbal Fernández
2010-Date Armenia Republic of Armenia President Prime Minister of Armenia n/a
2010-Date Serzh Sargsyan 2010-Date Tigran Sargsyan
2010-Date Australia Commonwealth of Australia Queen Governor-General Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date Elizabeth II 2010-Date Quentin Bryce 2010-Date Julia Gillard
2010-2010 Kevin Rudd
2010-Date Austria Republic of Austria President Chancellor n/a
2010-Date Heinz Fischer 2010-Date Werner Faymann
2010-Date Azerbaijan Republic of Azerbaijan President Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date Ilham Aliyev 2010-Date Artur Rasizade

B[edit]

Years Flag Country Years Leader Years Leader Years Leader
2010-Date The Bahamas Commonwealth of the Bahamas Queen Governor-General Prime Minister
2010-Date Elizabeth II 2010-Date Arthur Foulkes 2010-Date Hubert A. Ingraham
2010-2010 Arthur Dion Hanna
2010-Date Bahrain Kingdom of Bahrain King Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date Hamad ibn Isa Al Khalifa 2010-Date Khalifa ibn Salman Al Khalifa
2010-Date Bangladesh People's Republic of Bangladesh President Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date Zillur Rahman 2010-Date Sheikh Hasina Wazed
2010-Date Barbados Barbados Queen Governor-General Prime Minister
2010-Date Elizabeth II 2010-Date Clifford Husbands 2010-Date David Thompson
2010-Date Belarus Republic of Belarus President Belarus n/a
2010-Date Alexander Lukashenko 2010-Date Sergei Sidorsky
2010-Date Belgium Kingdom of Belgium King Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date Albert II 2010-Date Yves Leterme
2010-Date Belize Belize Queen Governor-General Prime Minister
2010-Date Elizabeth II 2010-Date Colville Young 2010-Date Dean Barrow
2010-Date Benin Republic of Benin President n/a
2010-Date Yayi Boni
2010-Date Bhutan Kingdom of Bhutan King Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck 2010-Date Jigme Y. Thinley
2010-Date Bolivia Plurinational State of Bolivia President n/a
2010-Date Juan Evo Morales Ayma
2010-Date Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina Chairman of the Presidency Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date Haris Silajdžić 2010-Date Nikola Špirić
2010-2010 Željko Komšić
2010-Date Botswana Republic of Botswana President n/a
2010-Date Ian Khama
2010-Date Brazil Federative Republic of Brazil President n/a
2010-Date Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva
2010-Date Brunei State of Brunei, Abode of Peace Sultan n/a
2010-Date Hassanal Bolkiah
2010-Date Bulgaria Republic of Bulgaria President Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date Georgi Parvanov 2010-Date Boyko Borisov
2010-Date Burkina Faso Burkina Faso President Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date Blaise Compaoré 2010-Date Tertius Zongo
2010-Date Burundi Republic of Burundi President n/a
2010-Date Pierre Nkurunziza

C[edit]

Years Flag Country Years Leader Years Leader Years Leader
2010-Date Cambodia Kingdom of Cambodia King Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date Norodom Sihamoni 2010-Date Hun Sen
2010-Date Cameroon Republic of Cameroon President Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date Paul Biya 2010-Date Philémon Yang
2010-Date Canada Canada Queen Governor General Prime Minister
2010-Date Elizabeth II 2010-Date David Lloyd Johnston 2010-Date Stephen Harper
2010-2010 Michaëlle Jean
2010-Date Cape Verde Republic of Cape Verde President Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date Pedro Pires 2010-Date José Maria Neves
2010-Date Central African Republic Central African Republic President Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date François Bozizé 2010-Date Faustin-Archange Touadéra
2010-Date Chad Republic of Chad President Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date Idriss Déby 2010-Date Emmanuel Nadingar
2010-2010 Youssouf Saleh Abbas
2010-Date Chile Republic of Chile President n/a
2010-Date Sebastián Piñera
2010-2010 Michelle Bachelet
2010-Date China People's Republic of China President Premier n/a
2010-Date Hu Jintao 2010-Date Wen Jiabao
2010-Date Colombia Republic of Colombia President of Colombia n/a
2010-Date Juan Manuel Santos
2010-2010 Álvaro Uribe
2010-Date Comoros Union of the Comoros President n/a
2010-Date Ahmed Abdallah M. Sambi
2010-Date Democratic Republic of the Congo Congo, Democratic Republic of the President Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date Joseph Kabila 2010-Date Adolphe Muzito
2010-Date Republic of the Congo Congo, Republic of the President n/a
2010-Date Denis Sassou Nguesso
2010-Date Costa Rica Republic of Costa Rica President n/a
2010-Date Laura Chinchilla
2010-2010 Óscar Arias
2010-Date Ivory Coast Republic of Côte d'Ivoire President Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date Laurent Gbagbo 2010-Date Guillaume Soro
2010-Date Croatia Republic of Croatia President Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date Ivo Josipović 2010-Date Jadranka Kosor
2010-2010 Stjepan Mesić
2010-Date Cuba Republic of Cuba President n/a
2010-Date Raúl Castro
2010-Date Cyprus Republic of Cyprus President n/a
2010-Date Dimitris Christofias
2010-Date Czech Republic Czech Republic President Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date Václav Klaus 2010-Date Petr Nečas
2010-2010 Jan Fischer

D[edit]

Years Flag Country Years Leader Years Leader
2010-Date Denmark Kingdom of Denmark Queen Prime Minister
2010-Date Margrethe II 2010-Date Lars Løkke Rasmussen
2010-Date Djibouti Republic of Djibouti President Prime Minister
2010-Date Ismail Omar Guelleh 2010-Date Dileita Mohamed Dileita
2010-Date Dominica Commonwealth of Dominica President Prime Minister
2010-Date Nicholas Liverpool 2010-Date Roosevelt Skerrit
2010-Date Dominican Republic Dominican Republic President n/a
2010-Date Leonel Fernández

E[edit]

Years Flag Country Years Leader Years Leader
2010-Date Ecuador Republic of Ecuador President n/a
2010-Date Rafael Correa
2010-Date Egypt Arab Republic of Egypt President Prime Minister
2010-Date Hosni Mubarak 2010-Date Ahmed Nazif
2010-Date El Salvador Republic of El Salvador President n/a
2010-Date Mauricio Funes
2010-Date Equatorial Guinea Republic of Equatorial Guinea President Prime Minister
2010-Date Teodoro Obiang 2010-Date Ignacio Milam
2010-Date Eritrea State of Eritrea President of State n/a
2010-Date Isaias Afewerki
2010-Date Estonia Republic of Estonia President Prime Minister
2010-Date Toomas Hendrik Ilves 2010-Date Andrus Ansip
2010-Date Ethiopia Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia President Prime Minister
2010-Date Girma Wolde-Giorgis 2010-Date Meles Zenawi

F[edit]

Years Flag Country Years Leader Years Leader
2010-Date Fiji Republic of the Fiji Islands President Prime Minister
2010-Date Epeli Nailatikau 2010-Date Frank Bainimarama
2010-Date Finland Republic of Finland President Prime Minister
2010-Date Tarja Halonen 2010-Date Mari Kiviniemi
2010-2010 Matti Vanhanen
2010-Date France French Republic (France) President Prime Minister
2010-Date Nicolas Sarkozy 2010-Date François Fillon

G[edit]

Years Flag Country Years Leader Years Leader Years Leader
2010-Date Gabon Gabonese Republic (Gabon) President Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date Ali Bongo Ondimba 2010-Date Paul Biyoghé Mba
2010-Date The Gambia Republic of the Gambia President n/a
2010-Date Yahya Jammeh
2010-Date Georgia (country) Georgia President Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date Mikheil Saakashvili 2010-Date Nikoloz Gilauri
2010-Date Germany Federal Republic of Germany President Chancellor n/a
2010-Date Christian Wulff 2010-Date Angela Merkel
2010-2010 Horst Köhler
2010-Date Ghana Republic of Ghana President n/a
2010-Date John Atta Mills
2010-Date Greece Hellenic Republic (Greece) President Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date Karolos Papoulias 2010-Date George Papandreou
2010-Date Grenada Grenada Queen Governor General Prime Minister
2010-Date Elizabeth II 2010-Date Carlyle Glean 2010-Date Tillman Thomas
2010-Date Guatemala Republic of Guatemala President n/a
2010-Date Álvaro Colom Caballeros
2010-Date Guinea Republic of Guinea President Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date Sékouba Konaté 2010-Date Jean-Marie Doré
2010-2010 Kabiné Komara
2010-Date Guinea-Bissau Republic of Guinea-Bissau President Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date Malam Bacai Sanhá 2010-Date Carlos Gomes
2010-Date Guyana Co-operative Republic of Guyana President Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date Bharrat Jagdeo 2010-Date Sam Hinds

H[edit]

Years Flag Country Years Leader Years Leader
2010-Date Haiti Republic of Haiti President Prime Minister
2010-Date René Préval 2010-Date Jean-Max Bellerive
2010-Date Honduras Republic of Honduras President n/a
2010-Date Porfirio Lobo Sosa
2010-2010 Roberto Micheletti
2010-Date Hungary Republic of Hungary President Prime Minister
2010-Date Pál Schmitt 2010-Date Viktor Orbán
2010-2010 László Sólyom
2010-2010 Gordon Bajnai

I[edit]

Years Flag Country Years Leader Years Leader
2010-Date Iceland Republic of Iceland President Prime Minister
2010-Date Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson 2010-Date Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir
2010-Date India Republic of India President Prime Minister
2010-Date Pratibha Patil 2010-Date Manmohan Singh
2010-Date Indonesia Republic of Indonesia President n/a
2010-Date Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono
2010-Date Iran Islamic Republic of Iran Supreme Leader President
2010-Date Ali Khamenei 2010-Date Mahmoud Ahmadinejad
2010-Date Iraq Republic of Iraq President Prime Minister
2010-Date Jalal Talabani 2010-Date Nouri al-Maliki
2010-Date Republic of Ireland Ireland President Taoiseach
2010-Date Mary McAleese 2010-Date Brian Cowen
2010-Date Israel State of Israel President Prime Minister
2010-Date Shimon Peres 2010-Date Benjamin Netanyahu
2010-Date Italy Italian Republic (Italy) President Prime Minister
2010-Date Giorgio Napolitano 2010-Date Silvio Berlusconi

J[edit]

Years Flag Country Years Leader Years Leader Years Leader
2010-Date Jamaica Jamaica Queen Governor-General Prime Minister
2010-Date Elizabeth II 2010-Date Patrik Allen 2010-Date Bruce Golding
2010-Date Japan Japan Emperor Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date Akihito 2010-Date Naoto Kan
2010-2010 Yukio Hatoyama
2010-Date Jordan Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan King Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date Abdullah 2010-Date Samir Rifai

K[edit]

Years Flag Country Years Leader Years Leader Years Leader
2010-Date Kazakhstan Republic of Kazakhstan President Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date Nursultan Nazarbayev 2010-Date Karim Massimov
2010-Date Kenya Republic of Kenya President Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date Mwai Kibaki 2010-Date Raila Odinga
2010-Date Kiribati Republic of Kiribati President n/a
2010-Date Anote Tong
2010-Date North Korea Democratic People's Republic of Korea (Korea, North) Supreme Leader Chairman of the Presidium Premier
2010-Date Kim Jong-il 2010-Date Kim Yong-nam 2010-Date Choe Yong-rim
2010-2010 Kim Yong-il
2010-Date South Korea Republic of Korea (Korea, South) President Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date Lee Myung-bak 2010-Date Kim Hwang-sik
2010-2010 Yoon Jeung-hyun
2010-2010 Chung Un-chan
2010-Date Kuwait State of Kuwait Emir Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber
Al-Sabah
2010-Date Nasser Mohammed Al-Ahmed
Al-Sabah
2010-Date Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyz Republic (Kyrgyzstan) President Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date Roza Otunbayeva 2010-Date Roza Otunbayeva
2010-2010 Kurmanbek Bakiyev 2010-2010 Daniar Usenov

L[edit]

Years Flag Country Years Leader Years Leader Years Leader
2010-Date Laos Lao People's Democratic Republic (Laos) President Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date Choummaly Sayasone 2010-Date Bouasone Bouphavanh
2010-Date Latvia Republic of Latvia President Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date Valdis Zatlers 2010-Date Valdis Dombrovskis
2010-Date Lebanon Lebanese Republic (Lebanon) President Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date Michel Suleiman 2010-Date Saad Hariri
2010-Date Lesotho Kingdom of Lesotho King Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date Letsie III 2010-Date Pakalitha Mosisili
2010-Date Liberia Republic of Liberia President n/a
2010-Date Ellen Johnson Sirleaf
2010-Date Libya Great Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya (Libya) Leader and Guide
of the Revolution
Secretary General of the
General People's Congress
Prime Minister
2010-Date Muammar al-Gaddafi 2010-Date Mohamed Abdul
Quasim al-Zwai
2010-Date Baghdadi Mahmudi
2010-2010 Imbarek Shamekh
2010-Date Liechtenstein Principality of Liechtenstein Prince Regent Prime Minister
2010-Date Hans-Adam II 2010-Date Alois 2010-Date Klaus Tschütscher
2010-Date Lithuania Republic of Lithuania President Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date Dalia Grybauskaitė 2010-Date Andrius Kubilius
2010-Date Luxembourg Grand Duchy of Luxembourg Grand Duke Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date Henri 2010-Date Jean-Claude Juncker

M[edit]

Years Flag Country Years Leader Years Leader
2010-Date Republic of Macedonia Republic of Macedonia President Prime Minister
2010-Date Gjorge Ivanov 2010-Date Nikola Gruevski
2010-Date Madagascar Republic of Madagascar President Prime Minister
2010-Date Andry Rajoelina 2010-Date Albert Camille Vital
2010-Date Malawi Republic of Malawi President n/a
2010-Date Bingu wa Mutharika
2010-2010 Malawi
2010-Date Malaysia Malaysia Yang di-Pertuan Agong Prime Minister
2010-Date Mizan Zainal Abidin 2010-Date Najib Tun Razak
2010-Date Maldives Republic of Maldives President n/a
2010-Date Mohamed Nasheed
2010-Date Mali Republic of Mali President Prime Minister
2010-Date Amadou Toumani Touré 2010-Date Modibo Sidibé
2010-Date Malta Republic of Malta President Prime Minister
2010-Date George Abela 2010-Date Lawrence Gonzi
2010-Date Marshall Islands Republic of the Marshall Islands President n/a
2010-Date Jurelang Zedkaia
2010-Date Mauritania Islamic Republic of Mauritania President Prime Minister
2010-Date Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz 2010-Date Moulaye Ould Mohamed Laghdaf
2010-Date Mauritius Republic of Mauritius President Prime Minister
2010-Date Anerood Jugnauth 2010-Date Navin Ramgoolam
2010-Date Mexico United Mexican States (Mexico) President n/a
2010-Date Felipe Calderón
2010-Date Federated States of Micronesia Micronesia, Federated States of President n/a
2010-Date Manny Mori
2010-Date Moldova Republic of Moldova President Prime Minister
2010-Date Mihai Ghimpu 2010-Date Vlad Filat
2010-Date Monaco Principality of Monaco Prince Minister of State
2010-Date Albert II 2010-Date Michel Roger
2010-2010 Jean-Paul Proust
2010-Date Mongolia Mongolia President Prime Minister
2010-Date Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj 2010-Date Sükhbaataryn Batbold
2010-Date Montenegro Montenegro President Prime Minister
2010-Date Filip Vujanović 2010-Date Milo Đukanović
2010-Date Morocco Kingdom of Morocco King Prime Minister
2010-Date Mohammed VI 2010-Date Abbas El Fassi
2010-Date Mozambique Republic of Mozambique President Prime Minister
2010-Date Armando Guebuza 2010-Date Aires Ali
2010-Date Luisa Diogo
2010-Date Myanmar Republic of the Union of Myanmar Chairman of the State Peace
and Development Council
Prime Minister
2010-2010 Myanmar 2010-Date Than Shwe 2010-Date Thein Sein

N[edit]

Years Flag Country Years Leader Years Leader Years Leader
2010-Date Namibia Republic of Namibia President Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date Hifikepunye Pohamba 2010-Date Nahas Angula
2010-Date Nauru Republic of Nauru President n/a
2010-Date Marcus Stephen
2010-Date Nepal Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal President Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date Ram Baran Yadav 2010-Date Madhav Kumar Nepal
2010-Date Netherlands Kingdom of the Netherlands Queen Chairman of the Council of
Ministers of the Kingdom
n/a
2010-Date Beatrix 2010-Date Mark Rutte
2010-2010 Jan Peter Balkenende
2010-Date New Zealand New Zealand Queen Governor-General Prime Minister
2010-Date Elizabeth II 2010-Date Anand Satyanand 2010-Date John Key
2010-Date Nicaragua Republic of Nicaragua President n/a
2010-Date Daniel Ortega
2010-Date Niger Republic of Niger President of the Supreme Council
for the Restoration of Democracy
Prime Minister n/a
2010-Date Salou Djibo 2010-Date Mahamadou Danda
President 2010-2010 Vacant
2010-2010 Mamadou Tandja 2010-2010 Ali Badjo Gamatié
2010-Date Nigeria Federal Republic of Nigeria President n/a
2010-Date Goodluck Jonathan
2010-Date Umaru Yar'Adua

2010- {{flagicon|East Timor]] - Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste

Country History[edit]

Date Before After Reasons
20 October 2011 Libya Great Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya
Capital: Tripoli
Brotherly Leader and Guide of the Revolution: Muammar Gaddafi
Secretary General of General People's Congress: Mohamed Abu Al-Quasim al-Zwai
Prime Minister: Baghdadi Mahmudi
Libya Republic of Libya
Capital: Benghazi
Chairman of the National Transitional Council: Mustafa Abdul Jalil
Prime Minister: Mahmoud Jibril
The death of Muammar Gaddafi led to the Great Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya rescinding their claim to the country
Libya Republic of Libya
Capital: Benghazi
Chairman of the National Transitional Council: Mustafa Abdul Jalil
Prime Minister: Mahmoud Jibril
9 July 2011 Sudan Republic of the Sudan
Capital: Khartoum
President: Omar al-Bashir
South Sudan Republic of the South Sudan
Capital: Juba
President: Salva Kiir Mayardit
In the Southern Sudanese independence referendum of 2011, the South Sudanese people voted for independence
Sudan Republic of the Sudan
Capital: Khartoum
President: Omar al-Bashir
15 February 2011 Libya Great Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya
Capital: Tripoli
Brotherly Leader and Guide of the Revolution: Muammar Gaddafi
Secretary General of General People's Congress: Mohamed Abu Al-Quasim al-Zwai
Prime Minister: Baghdadi Mahmudi
Libya Great Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya
Capital: Tripoli
Brotherly Leader and Guide of the Revolution: Muammar Gaddafi
Secretary General of General People's Congress: Mohamed Abu Al-Quasim al-Zwai
Prime Minister: Baghdadi Mahmudi
The 2011 Libyan civil war led to the dispution of the country between the two governments
Libya Republic of Libya
Capital: Benghazi
Chairman of the National Transitional Council: Mustafa Abdul Jalil
Prime Minister: Mahmoud Jibril
3 February 2011 Fiji Republic of the Fiji Islands
Capital: Suva
President: Epeli Nailatikau
Prime Minister: Frank Bainimarama
Fiji Republic of Fiji
Capital: Suva
President: Epeli Nailatikau
Prime Minister: Frank Bainimarama
In an attempt to write off the 2009 Fijian constitutional crisis, president Epeli Nailatikau changed the name of the country
28 May 2008 Nepal State of Nepal
Capital: Kathmandu
Head of State: Girija Prasad Koirala
Prime Minister: Girija Prasad Koirala
Nepal Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal
Capital: Kathmandu
Head of State: Girija Prasad Koirala
Prime Minister: Girija Prasad Koirala
Following the 2007 abolition of the monarchy, the name of the country was changed due to the ratification of the new constitution
17 February 2008 Serbia Republic of Serbia
Capital: Belgrade
President: Boris Tadić
Prime Minister: Vojislav Koštunica
Kosovo Republic of Kosovo
Capital: Pristina
President: Fatmir Sejdiu
Prime Minister: Hashim Thaçi
Kosovo declared its independence, but this was not recognised due to vetos from Russia and the People's Republic of China
Serbia Republic of Serbia
Capital: Belgrade
President: Boris Tadić
Prime Minister: Vojislav Koštunica
22 October 2007 Montenegro Republic of Montenegro
Capital: Podgorica
President: Filip Vujanović
Prime Minister: Željko Šturanović
Montenegro Montenegro
Capital: Podgorica
President: Filip Vujanović
Prime Minister: Željko Šturanović
The new constitution of Montenegro changed the name in order to fully sever the links from Serbia
15 January 2007 Nepal Kingdom of Nepal
Capital: Kathmandu
King: Gyanendra
Prime Minister: Girija Prasad Koirala
Nepal State of Nepal
Capital: Kathmandu
Head of State: Girija Prasad Koirala
Prime Minister: Girija Prasad Koirala
King Gyanendra agreed to relinquish power, in effect abolishing the monarchy and creating a republic
3 June 2006 Serbia and Montenegro State Union of Serbia and Montenegro
Capital: Belgrade
President: Svetozar Marović
Montenegro Republic of Montenegro
Capital: Podgorica
President: Filip Vujanović
Prime Minister: Milo Đukanović
In the Montenegrin independence referendum of 2006, the Montenegrin people voted for independence
Serbia Republic of Serbia
Capital: Belgrade
President: Boris Tadić
Prime Minister: Vojislav Koštunica
26 January 2004 Afghanistan Transitional Islamic State of Afghanistan
Capital: Kabul
President: Hamid Karzai
Afghanistan Islamic Republic of Afghanistan
Capital: Kabul
President: Hamid Karzai
The name was changed to symbolise the end of the country's transition after its liberation from the Taliban
26 May 2003 Rwanda Rwandese Republic
Capital: Kigali
President: Paul Kagame
Prime Minister: Bernard Makuza
Rwanda Republic of Rwanda
Capital: Kigali
President: Paul Kagame
Prime Minister: Bernard Makuza
The new constitution changed the name of the country
4 February 2003 Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Capital: Belgrade
President: Vojislav Koštunica
Prime Minister: Dragiša Pešić
Serbia and Montenegro State Union of Serbia and Montenegro
Capital: Belgrade
President: Vojislav Koštunica
Prime Minister: Dragiša Pešić
The decision was taken to rename the country in recognition of the fact that the only two remaining republics in the federation of Yugoslavia were Serbia and Montenegro
13 June 2002 Afghanistan Islamic State of Afghanistan
Capital: Kabul
President: Hamid Karzai
Afghanistan Transitional Islamic State of Afghanistan
Capital: Kabul
President: Hamid Karzai
The name was changed to symbolise the beginning of the country's transition after its liberation from the Taliban
20 May 2002 United Nations United Nations Transitional Administration in East Timor
Capital: Dili
UN Administrator: Brazil Sérgio Vieira de Mello
Chief Minister: Mari Alkatiri
East Timor Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste
Capital: Dili
President: Xanana Gusmão
Prime Minister: Mari Alkatiri
In the East Timorese independence referendum of 1999, organised by the United Nations Transitional Administration in East Timor, the East Timorese people voted for independence, not reunification with either Indonesia or Portugal. The UNTAET therefore relinquished power to the East Timorese.
13 April 2002 Venezuela Republic of Venezuela
Capital: Caracas
President: Pedro Carmona
Venezuela Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela
Capital: Caracas
President: Diosdado Cabello
The government of Hugo Chávez, who was in captivity after the military coup of the 11th April, now being led by acting President Diosdado Cabello, reseized power from the junta, led by Pedro Carmona, and reinstated the 1999 constitution, thereby also reinstating the name as the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela
12 April 2002 Venezuela Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela
Capital: Caracas
President: Hugo Chávez
Vice President: Diosdado Cabello
Venezuela Republic of Venezuela
Capital: Caracas
President: Pedro Carmona
President Hugo Chávez was overthrown and captured by the military junta, led by Pedro Carmona, who abolished the 1999 constitution, thereby reverting the name to the Republic of Venezuela, a change originally put in place by the 1999 constitution
10 March 2002 Anjouan State of Anjouan
Capital: Mutsamudu
President: Mohamed Bacar
Comoros Union of the Comoros
Capital: Moroni
President: Hamada Madi
Prime Minister: Hamada Madi
The military junta in charge after Anjouan's 2001 coup negotiated its reunification with the Comoros after their secession in 1997. Mohéli took this opportunity to be official reunited with the Comoros, after their de facto reunification in 1998, following their failed secession in 1997
Comoros Union of the Comoros
Capital: Moroni
President: Hamada Madi
Prime Minister: Hamada Madi
Mohéli Democratic Republic of Mohéli
Capital: Fomboni
President: Said Mohamed Souef
Prime Minister: Soidri Ahmed
7 December 2001 Afghanistan Islamic State of Afghanistan
Capital: Kabul
President: Burhanuddin Rabbani
Afghanistan Islamic State of Afghanistan
Capital: Kabul
President: Burhanuddin Rabbani
The NATO – ISAF action in Afghanistan led to the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan rescinding their claim to the country
Afghanistan Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan
Capital: Kandahar
Prime Minister: Abdul Kabir
1 July 2001 Puntland Puntland State of Somalia
Capital: Garowe
President: Abdullahi Yusuf Ahmed
Somalia Somali Republic
Capital: Mogadishu
President: Abdiqasim Salad Hassan
Prime Minister: Ali Khalif Galaydh
Following the 1998 Abdullahi Yusuf Ahmed led secession of Puntland, the new government of Puntland, led by Yusuf Haji Nur, reunited the country immediatley with Somalia after they came to power in 2001
Somalia Somali Republic
Capital: Mogadishu
President: Abdiqasim Salad Hassan
Prime Minister: Ali Khalif Galaydh
16 July 2000 Somalia Somalia
Capital: Mogadishu
Chairman of the Government: Ali Mahdi Muhammad
Somalia Somali Republic
Capital: Mogadishu
President: Abdallah Isaaq Deerow
The new Transitional administration, led by Abdallah Isaaq Deerow, adopted a Federal Charter to change the name and symbolise a new beginning for the country

World Cups[edit]

1930[edit]

Winner
Uruguay Uruguay
(Andrade, Anselmo, Ballesteros, Calvo, Capuccini, Castro, Cea, Dorado, Fernández, Gestido, Iriarte, Mascheroni, Melogno, Nasazzi, Petrone, Píriz, Recoba, Riolfo, Saldombide, Scarone, Tejera, Urdinarán, Manager: Suppici)
Runner-Up
Argentina Argentina
(Bossio, Botasso, Cherro, Chividini, Demaría, Della Torre, J. Evaristo, M. Evaristo, Ferreira, Monti, Muttis, Orlandini, Paternoster, Perinetti, Peucelle, Piaggio, Scopelli, Spadaro, Stábile, Suárez, Varallo, Zumelzú, Manager: Olazar/Tramutola)
Semi-Finalists
United States United States Kingdom of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia
(Auld, Bookie, Brown, Douglas, Florie, Gallagher, Gentle, Gonsalves, McGhee, Moorhouse, Oliver, Patenaude, Slavin, Slone, Tracey, Vaughn, Wood, Manager: Millar) (Arsenijević, Bek, Đokić, Hrnjiček, Ivković, Jakšić, Marjanović, Marković, Mihajlović, Najdanović, Sekulić, Spasojević, Stefanović, Stojanović, Tirnanić, Tošić, Vujadinović, Manager: Simonović)
Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4
Chile Chile Brazil Brazil Romania Romania Paraguay Paraguay
(Aguilera, Arellano, Chaparro, Coddou, Cortés, Elgueta, Espinoza, Morales, Muñoz, Ojeda, Poirier, Riveros, Saavedra, Schneeberger, Subiabre, A. Torres, C. Torres, Vidal, Villalobos, Manager: Orth) (Araken, Benedicto, Benevenuto, Brilhante, Carvalho Leite, Doca, Fausto, Fernando, Fortes, Hermógenes, Itália, Ivan Mariz, Joel, Manoelzinho, Moderato, Nilo, Oscarino, Pamplona, Poly, Preguinho, Russinho, Teóphilo, Velloso, Zé Luiz, Manager: Píndaro) (Barbu, Borbely, Bürger, Czako, Deşu, Eisenbeisser, Glanzmann, Kocsis, Kovács, Lăpuşneanu, Raffinsky, Robe, Stanciu, Steinbach, A. Steiner, R. Steiner, Subăşeanu, Vogl, Wetzer, Zauber, Manager: Rădulescu) (Aguirre, P. Benítez, S. Benítez, Benítez Cáceres, Carreras, Chamorro, Denis, Díaz, Domínguez, Etcheverry, Florentín, Flores, Garcete, González, Miracca, Nessi, Olmedo, Ortega, Rivera, Romero, Vargas Peña, Villalba, Manager: Laguna)
France France Bolivia Bolivia Peru Peru Belgium Belgium
(Andoire, Capelle, Chantrel, Delfour, Delmer, Langiller, J. Laurent, L. Laurent, Libérati, Maschinot, Mattler, Pinel, Tassin, Thépot, Veinante, Villaplane, Manager: Caudron) (Alborta, Argote, Bermúdez, Brito, Bustamante, Chavarría, Durandal, Fernández, Gómez, Lara, Méndez, Murillo, Noya, Reyes Ortíz, Reyes Peñaranda, Sáinz, Valderrama, Manager: Saucedo) (Astengo, Cillóniz, de las Cassas, Denegri, Fernández, Galindo, García, Góngora, Lavalle, Lores, Manquilón, Neyra, Pacheco, Pardon, Quintana, Rodríguez Nue, Sarmiento, Soria, Souza Ferreira, Valdivieso, Valle, Villanueva, Manager: Bru) (Adams, Badjou, Braine, Chantraine, De Bie, De Clercq, De Deken, Delbeke, Diddens, Hellemans, Hoydonckx, Moeschal, Nouwens, Saeys, Versyp, Voorhoof, Manager: Goetinck)
Mexico Mexico
(Amézcua, Bonfiglio, Carreño, Castro, F. Garza Gutiérrez, R. Garza Gutiérrez, Gayón, López, Mejía, Olivares, Pérez, Rodríguez, F. Rosas, M. Rosas, Ruíz, Sánchez, Sota, Manager: Luque de Serrallonga)

1934[edit]

Winner
Italy Italy
(Allemandi, Arcari, Bertolini, Borel, Caligaris, Castellazzi, Cavanna, Ceresoli, Combi, Demaría, Fantoni, Ferrari, Ferraris, Guaita, Guarisi, Masetti, Meazza, Montesanto, Monti, Monzeglio, Orsi, Pizziolo, Rocco, Rosetta, Schiavio, Serantoni, Varglien, Manager: Pozzo)
Runner-Up
Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia
(Bouček, Bouška, Burgr, Čambal, Čtyřoký, Daučík, Junek, Kalocsay, Kopecký, Košťálek, Krčil, Nejedlý, Patzel, Pelcher, Plánička, Puč, Rulc, Silný, Šimperský, Sobotka, Srbek, Šterc, Svoboda, Vodička, Ženišek, Manager: Petrů/Tesař)
Third Place Fourth Place
Germany Germany Austria Austria
(Albrecht, Bender, Buchloh, Busch, Conen, Dienert, Gramlich, Haringer, Heidemann, Hohmann, Hundt, Jakob, Janes, Kobierski, Kreß, Lehner, Münzenberg, Noack, Oehm, Rasselnberg, Schwartz, Siffling, Streb, Szepan, Wigold, Zielinski, Manager: Nerz) (Bican, Braun, Cisar, Franzl, Hassmann, Hofmann, Horvath, Janda, Matthias Kaburek, Nausch, Platzer, Raftl, Schall, Schmaus, Sesta, Sindelar, Smistik, Stroh, Urbanek, Viertl, Wagner, Walzhofer, Zischek, Manager: Meisl)
Quarter-Finalists
Hungary Hungary Spain Spain Sweden Sweden Switzerland Switzerland
(Avar, Bíró, Czéh, Dudás, Futó, Háda, Juhász, Kemény, Kis, Lázár, Lyka, Mándi, Markos, Móré, Palotás, Polgár, Rozgonyi, Sárosi, Solti, Somlai, Sternberg, A. Szabó, G. Szabó, Szalay, Szűcs, Tamássy, Teleki, Toldi, Turay, Vágó, Vanicsek, Vincze, Manager: Nádas) (Bosch, Campanal, Chacho, Cilaurren, Ciriaco, Fede, Gorostiza, Herrerita, Hilario, Iraragorri, Lafuente, Lángara, Lecue, Marculeta, Muguerza, Nogués, Quincoces, Regueiro, Solé, Ventolrà, Zabalo, Zamora, Manager: García) (E. Andersson, O. Andersson, S. Andersson, Axelsson, Berg, Bunke, G. Carlsson, R. Carlsson, Carlund, Dunker, Gustavsson, E. Hansson, K. Hansson, Holmberg, Jansson, G. Johansson, H. Johansson, Jonasson, Keller, Kroon, Krusberg, Liljebjörn, Lundahl, Lundén, Olsson, Persson, Rosén, A. Rydberg, G. Rydberg, Snitt, Thörn, Widlund, Manager: Pettersson/Nagy) (A. Abegglen, M. Abegglen, Biesler, Binder, Bizzozero, Bossi, Büche, Bühler, Frick, Frigerio, Gilardoni, Gobet, Guinchard, Hochsträsser, Huber, Hufschmid, Jaccard, Jäck, Jäggi, Kielholz, Loichot, Minelli, Ortelli, Passello, Rochat, Sandoz, Séchehaye, von Känel, M. Weiler, W. Weiler, Manager: Müller)
First Round
Brazil Brazil Egypt Egypt Netherlands Netherlands United States United States
(Ariel, Armandinho, Áttila, Canalli, Carvalho Leite, Germano, Leônidas, Luiz Luz, Luisinho, Martim, Octacílio, Patesko, Pedrosa, Sylvio Hoffmann, Tinoco, Waldyr, Waldemar de Brito, Manager: Vinhaes) (Abdou, Bakhati, El-Far, El-Kaf, El-Kashef, El-Nigero, El-Said, El-Soury, El-Tetsh, El-Zoubair, Fahmy, Fawzi, Halim, Hamidu, Hani, Hassan, Ibrahim, Kasseb, Latif, Mahmoud, Mansour, Mosaoud, Rafaat, Rafai, Raghab, Sabry, Shafi, Taha, Manager: McCrae) (Anderiesen, Bakhuys, Graafland, Halle, Keizer, Lagendaal, Mijnders, Mol, Oprinsen, Paauwe, Pellikaan, Schoemaker, Smit, van der Meulen, van Diepenbeek, van Heel, van Male, van Nellen, van Run, Vente, Vrauwdeunt, Weber, Wels, Manager: Glendenning) (Amrhein, Czerkiewicz, Dick, Donelli, Fiedler, Florie, Gallagher, Gonsalves, Harker, Hjulian, Lehman, Lynch, Martinelli, McLean, Moorhouse, Nilsen, Pietras, Rapp, Ryan, Manager: Schroeder/Gould)
Romania Romania Argentina Argentina France France Belgium Belgium
(Albu, Barátky, Beke, Bindea, Bodola, Bürger, Ciolac, Cuedan, Deheleanu, Dobay, Juhász, Klimek, Kotormány, Kovács, Lakatos, Moravetz, Püllöck, Schwartz, Sepi, Sfera, Vogl, Weichelt, Zombori, Manager: Uridil/Rădulescu) (Albarracín, Astudillo, Belis, Chimento, Devincenzi, Freschi, Galateo, Grippa, Irañeta, Izzeta, López, Lorenzo, Nehin, Pedevilla, Pérez, Rúa, Urbieta Sosa, Wilde, Manager: Pascucci) (Alcazar, Aston, Beaucourt, Courtois, Défossé, Delfour, Delmer, Gabrillargues, Gonzales, Keller, Korb, Laurent, Libérati, Liétaer, Llense, Mairesse, Mattler, Nicolas, Rio, Rose, Thépot, Vandooren, Veinante, Verriest, Manager: Kimpton) (Badjou, Bourgeois, Brichaut, Capelle, Claessens, Devries, Grimmonprez, Hellemans, Heremans, Joacim, Lamoot, Ledent, Pappaert, Peeraer, Putmans, Saeys, Simons, Smellinckx, F. van den Eynde, S. van den Eynde, van Dessel, Van Ingelgem, Vandeweyer, Versyp, Voorhoof, Welkenhuysen, Manager: Goetinck)
Qualifying Group 1 Qualifying Group 2 Qualifying Group 3 Qualifying Group 4
Lithuania Lithuania Portugal Portugal Greece Greece Bulgaria Bulgaria
(Blatas, Cerekas, Citavicius, Janulevicius, Lingis, Marcinkus, Rutkauskas, Tasius, Tepferis, Zebrauskas, Manager: Gold) (Amaro, Avelino, de Sousa, Dyson, Gaspar Pinto, Jurado, Lopes, Mesquita, Mourão, Nova, Pereira, Serrano, A. Silva, V. Silva, Soares dos Reis, Valdemar, Manager: dos Reis) (Adrianopoulos, Aggelakis, Baltatsis, Chelmis, Chrysafopoulos, Danelian, Grammatikopoulos, Migiakis, Kourantis, Vazos, Vikelidis, Manager: Nikolaidis) (Angelov, Baikushev, Dermonski, Efremov, Gabrovski, Georgiev, Lozanov, Maznikov, Michtalov, Minkovski, Nikolov, Peshev, Panchev, Rafailov, Savov, Todorov, Manager: Foggle)
Estonia Estonia
(Einman, Karm, Kass, Kuremaa, Laasner, Neuman-Tarimäe, Parbo, Reinfeldt-Reinlo, Siimenson, Silberg-Sillak, Tipner, Uukkivi, Manager: Rein)
Qualifying Group 5 Qualifying Group 6 Qualifying Group 7 Qualifying Group 8
Poland Poland Kingdom of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia Irish Free State Irish Fee State Luxembourg Luxembourg
(Albański, Bulanow, Jan Kotlarczyk, Józef Kotlarczyk, Król, Majovski, Martyna, Matyas, Mysiak, Nawrot, Pazurek, Manager: Kałuża) (Arsenijević, Belošević, Gajer, Glaser, Glišović, Ivković, Kokotović, Kragić, Lechner, Lukić, Marjanović, Marusic, Spasic, Tirnanić, Tošić, Vujadinović, Manager: Simonović) (Burke, D. Byrne, P. Byrne, Chatton, Foley, Gaskins, Horlacher, Jordan, Kelley, Kendrick, Kennedy, Lynch, Meehan, Moore, O'Keefe, O'Reilly, Squires, Manager: Harris Becker, Fischer, Geib, Kieffer, Kremer, Léger, Loesch, Logelin, Majérus, E. Mengel, F. Mengel, Reiners, Speicher, Theis, Walthener, Manager: Feierstein
Qualifying Group 9 Qualifying Group 10 Qualifying Group 11 Final Round Qualifying Group 12
Peru Peru Chile Chile Mexico Mexico Mandatory Palestine Palestine/Eretz Israel
withdrew, Manager: Carbajo withdrew, Manager: Orth

Flags[edit]

Country Type Area/Organisation Flag Dates Notes
Brazil Federal Units Acre Acre (state) 1903-Date
Canada/United States/France Acadia Acadians 1884-Date Not an actual entity, notional, used by French colonial descendants in Canada and the United States (not including Louisiana, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island or Vermont)
Georgia Abkhazia Abkhazia 1992-Date Abkhazia claims sovereignty
Indonesia Special Territories Aceh Aceh 1959-Date Actually a province, classified as a special region due to the use of Sharia Law as the regional law of the province
Italy Regions Abruzzo Abruzzo 1963-Date
Soviet Union Autonomous Republics Abkhaz ASSR Abkhazia 1921-1991 Part of Georgian SSR, known as SSR Abkhazia from 1921-1931
Switzerland Cantons Aargau Aargau 1803-Date
United Arab Emirates Emirates Abu Dhabi Emirate of Abu Dhabi 1971-Date

STATS F1 Colours[edit]

RGB Colour Year Car Team Driver
0, 0, 0 1990 AGS JH24 Ford Cosworth
AGS JH25 Ford Cosworth
France Automobiles Gonfaronaise Sportive Italy Gabriele Tarquini
France Yannick Dalmas
90, 99, 181 1952 AFM Küchen Germany AFM Germany Hans Stuck
AFM 8 BMW Germany Willi Heeks Germany Willi Heeks
Germany Ludwig Fischer Germany Ludwig Fischer
AFM 6 BMW Germany Helmut Niedermayr Germany Helmut Niedermayr
Germany Willi Krakau Germany Willi Krakau
1953 AFM 6 Bristol Germany Hans Stuck Germany Hans Stuck
AFM U8 BMW Germany Helmut Niedermayr Germany Theo Fitzau
AFM 50-5 BMW Germany Günther Bechem Germany Günther Bechem
99, 0, 255 1991 AGS JH25 Ford Cosworth
AGS JH25B Ford Cosworth
AGS JH27 Ford Cosworth
France Automobiles Gonfaronaise Sportive Italy Gabriele Tarquini
Sweden Stefan Johansson
Italy Fabrizio Barbazza
France Olivier Grouillard
158, 167, 208 1989 AGS JH23B Ford Cosworth France Automobiles Gonfaronaise Sportive France Philippe Streiff
Germany Joachim Winkelhock
Italy Gabriele Tarquini
France Yannick Dalmas
192, 192, 192 1986 AGS JH21C Motori Moderni France Team El Charro AGS Italy Ivan Capelli
231, 120, 127 1987 AGS JH22 Ford Cosworth France Team El Charro AGS France Pascal Fabre
Brazil Roberto Moreno
1988 AGS JH22 Ford Cosworth France Automobiles Gonfaronaise Sportive France Philippe Streiff
AGS JH23 Ford Cosworth

Hypothetical Constructors Championships (1950–57)[edit]

1950[edit]

Pos. Manufacturer GBR
United Kingdom
MON
Monaco
SUI
Switzerland
BEL
Belgium
FRA
France
ITA
Italy
Pts.
1 Italy Alfa Romeo 1 1 1 1 (1) (1) 32 (48)
2 Italy Ferrari 2 Ret 5 3 2 18
3 France Talbot-Lago-Talbot 4 7 3 3 (5) 4 14 (16)
4 Italy Maserati 9 3 4 10 Ret 6 7
5 France Simca-Gordini Ret 4 Ret 3
- United Kingdom ERA 6 6 Ret 0
- United Kingdom Alta NC 9 0
- United Kingdom Cooper-JAP Ret 0
- Italy Ferrari-Jaguar Ret 0
- Italy Milano-Speluzzi DNS 0
- Italy SVA-Fiat DNA 0
Pos. Manufacturer GBR
United Kingdom
MON
Monaco
SUI
Switzerland
BEL
Belgium
FRA
France
ITA
Italy
Pts.
  • Bold results counted to championship totals.

1951[edit]

Pos. Manufacturer SUI
Switzerland
BEL
Belgium
FRA
France
GBR
United Kingdom
GER
Germany
ITA
Italy
ESP
Spain
Pts.
1 Italy Alfa Romeo 1 1 1 (2) (2) (3) 1 32 (48)
2 Italy Ferrari 2 (2) (2) 1 1 1 (2) 30 (48)
3 France Talbot-Lago-Talbot 9 4 6 10 8 7 7 3
4 United Kingdom BRM 5 DNS 2
- France Simca-Gordini Ret 7 6 9 0
- Italy Maserati 7 Ret Ret Ret 10 0
- United Kingdom HWM-Alta 8 0
- United Kingdom ERA 8 0
- Italy OSCA 9 0
- United Kingdom Alta NC 0
- West Germany Veritas Ret 0
- Italy Maserati-Milano Ret 0
- Italy Maserati-OSCA Ret 0
Pos. Manufacturer SUI
Switzerland
BEL
Belgium
FRA
France
GBR
United Kingdom
GER
Germany
ITA
Italy
ESP
Spain
Pts.
  • Bold results counted to championship totals.

1952[edit]

Pos. Manufacturer SUI
Switzerland
BEL
Belgium
FRA
France
GBR
United Kingdom
GER
Germany
NED
Netherlands
ITA
Italy
Pts.
1 Italy Ferrari 1 1 1 1 (1) (1) (1) 32 (56)
2 France Gordini 3 3 4 11 5 (5) 14 13 (15)
3 United Kingdom Cooper-Bristol 5 4 Ret 3 4 9 12
4 Italy Maserati 8 18 Ret 2 6
5 United Kingdom Connaught-Lea Francis 4 Ret 12 3
6 United Kingdom Frazer Nash-Bristol 4 Ret 21 Ret 3
7 United Kingdom HWM-Alta Ret 5 6 15 10 7 DNQ 2
8 France Simca-Gordini Ret 10 5 14 Ret DNQ 2
- Italy Maserati-Platé 6 17 Ret 9 DNQ 0
- West Germany Veritas-BMW 7 0
- West Germany AFM-BMW 9 0
- West Germany Veritas Ret 13 11 0
- United Kingdom Alta Ret 12 0
- West Germany BMW 12 0
- United Kingdom Aston Butterworth Ret DNS Ret DNQ 0
- United Kingdom ERA-Bristol Ret Ret 0
- West Germany AFM-Küchen Ret 0
- United Kingdom ERA Ret 0
- Italy OSCA Ret 0
- Italy Cisitalia-BPM DNQ 0
Pos. Manufacturer SUI
Switzerland
BEL
Belgium
FRA
France
GBR
United Kingdom
GER
Germany
NED
Netherlands
ITA
Italy
Pts.

1953[edit]

Pos. Manufacturer ARG
Argentina
NED
Netherlands
BEL
Belgium
FRA
France
GBR
United Kingdom
GER
Germany
SUI
Switzerland
ITA
Italy
Pts.
1 Italy Ferrari 1 1 1 1 (1) (1) (1) (2) 32 (62)
2 Italy Maserati (3) (3) (3) 2 2 2 (4) 1 26 (41)
3 France Gordini 6 6 5 10 Ret Ret Ret 5 4
- United Kingdom Cooper-Alta Ret 9 6 13 0
- United Kingdom Cooper-Bristol 8 Ret 11 8 11 7 12 0
- United Kingdom Connaught-Lea-Francis 9 11 12 7 13 NC 0
- United Kingdom HWM-Alta 8 10 13 Ret 9 15 0
- West Germany Veritas Ret 9 0
- Italy Osca 15 10 0
- West Germany AFM-Bristol Ret 14 0
- West Germany BMW 14 0
- France Simca-Gordini-Gordini Ret Ret 0
- East Germany EMW Ret 0
- West Germany AFM-BMW Ret 0
Pos. Manufacturer ARG
Argentina
NED
Netherlands
BEL
Belgium
FRA
France
GBR
United Kingdom
GER
Germany
SUI
Switzerland
ITA
Italy
Pts.

1954[edit]

Pos. Manufacturer ARG
Argentina
BEL
Belgium
FRA
France
GBR
United Kingdom
GER
Germany
SUI
Switzerland
ITA
Italy
ESP
Spain
Pts.
1 West Germany Mercedes 1 (4) 1 1 1 3 36 (39)
2 Italy Ferrari 2 2 (3) 1 2 (2) (2) 1 34 (50)
3 Italy Maserati 1 1 4 3 (5) (4) 8 2 29 (34)
4 France Gordini 5 5 6 9 10 Ret 6 Ret 4
- United Kingdom Vanwall Ret 7 DNS 0
- United Kingdom Cooper-Bristol 10 0
- United Kingdom Connaught-Lea-Francis 11 0
- United Kingdom HWM-Alta Ret 0
- United Kingdom Cooper-Alta Ret 0
- West Germany Klenk-BMW Ret 0
- Italy Lancia Ret 0
Pos. Manufacturer ARG
Argentina
BEL
Belgium
FRA
France
GBR
United Kingdom
GER
Germany
SUI
Switzerland
ITA
Italy
ESP
Spain
Pts.

1955[edit]

Pos. Manufacturer ARG
Argentina
MON
Monaco
BEL
Belgium
NED
Netherlands
GBR
United Kingdom
ITA
Italy
Pts.
1 West Germany Mercedes 1 9 1 1 1 1 40
2 Italy Ferrari 2 1 3 5 6 3 24
3 Italy Maserati 5 3 5 3 (5) 4 15 (17)
4 Italy Lancia Ret 2 Ret 6
- France Gordini Ret 7 8 7 Ret 0
- United Kingdom Vanwall Ret Ret 9 Ret 0
- United Kingdom Cooper-Bristol Ret 0
- United Kingdom Connaught-Alta Ret 0
- United Kingdom HWM-Alta DNQ 0
- Italy Arzani-Volpini-Maserati DNS 0
Pos. Manufacturer ARG
Argentina
MON
Monaco
BEL
Belgium
NED
Netherlands
GBR
United Kingdom
ITA
Italy
Pts.

1956[edit]

Pos. Manufacturer ARG
Argentina
MON
Monaco
BEL
Belgium
FRA
France
GBR
United Kingdom
GER
Germany
ITA
Italy
Pts.
1 Italy Ferrari 1 (2) 1 1 1 1 (2) 40 (52)
2 Italy Maserati 2 1 3 (3) (3) 2 1 32 (40)
3 United Kingdom Connaught-Alta Ret 4 3 7
4 United Kingdom Vanwall Ret 4 10 Ret Ret 3
5 France Gordini 5 8 9 Ret 9 2
- United Kingdom Cooper-Bristol 11 0
- United Kingdom BRM WD Ret 0
- France Bugatti Ret 0
- United Kingdom Emeryson-Alta Ret 0
Pos. Manufacturer ARG
Argentina
MON
Monaco
BEL
Belgium
FRA
France
GBR
United Kingdom
GER
Germany
ITA
Italy
Pts.

1957[edit]

Pos. Manufacturer ARG
Argentina
MON
Monaco
FRA
France
GBR
United Kingdom
GER
Germany
PES
Italy
ITA
Italy
Pts.
1 Italy Maserati 1 1 1 8 1 2 (2) 38 (44)
2 United Kingdom Vanwall 2 Ret 1 5 1 1 32
3 Italy Ferrari 5 (5) 2 2 2 Ret 3 24 (26)
4 United Kingdom Connaught-Alta 4 3
5 United Kingdom Cooper-Climax 6 7 5 7 2
- United Kingdom Cooper-Bristol 6 0
- United Kingdom BRM Ret Ret Ret 0
Pos. Manufacturer ARG
Argentina
MON
Monaco
FRA
France
GBR
United Kingdom
GER
Germany
PES
Italy
ITA
Italy
Pts.