A record-breaking presence.
Ferrari in F1
Drivers’ World titles
Constructors’ World titles
We competed in more than 900 grand prix and remain the only constructor to have taken part in every single edition of the Formula 1 World Championship since its launch.
Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow began competing in the F1 World Championship in 1950, the year the competition was established.
A total of 110 drivers have driven officially a Ferrari in the F1 races of World Championships, 38 of which have won at least one grand prix.
Significantly, the Constructors’ World title (which has had various different names) only came into being in 1958.
If it had been launched in tandem with the Drivers’ Championships, however, Ferrari would also have won it in 1952, 1953 and 1956.
More recently, the period between 1996 and 2006 was dominated by Michael Schumacher’s presence in the Scuderia Ferrari. Over 11 years, he clocked up a great many victories, winning a massive 5 World Championships and competing in 187 grands prix of which he won 72.
Scuderia Ferrari’s drivers for the current Championships are Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc.
Ferrari won its first 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1949 and also took the very first Sportscar World Championship title in history in 1953.