Question: Who won the 1986 f1 championship?

Who won the 1985 f1 championship?

The 1985 FIA Formula One World Championship was the 39th season of FIA Formula One motor racing. It began on 7 April and ended on 3 November after sixteen races. The World Championship for Drivers was won by Alain Prost, and the World Championship for Manufacturers was won by McLaren for the second consecutive year.

Who won the 1987 f1 championship?

The World Championship for Drivers was won by Nelson Piquet, and the World Championship for Constructors by Williams-Honda.

Who won the 1983 F1?

Nelson Piquet won the Drivers’ Championship, his second Formula One title and the first to be won by a driver using a turbocharged engine, while Ferrari won the Constructors’ Championship.

Who won the 1997 F1 championship?

The 1997 FIA Formula One World Championship was the 51st season of FIA Formula One motor racing. It commenced on 9 March and ended on 26 October after seventeen races. The Drivers’ Championship was won by Jacques Villeneuve and the Constructors’ Championship was awarded to Williams-Renault.

Who won 1989 f1?

The 1989 FIA Formula One World Championship was the 43rd season of FIA Formula One motor racing. It began on 26 March and ended on 5 November. Alain Prost won his third Drivers’ Championship, and McLaren won the Constructors’ Championship.

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Who won the F1 championship in 1979?

The season also included three non-championship Formula One races. Jody Scheckter of Scuderia Ferrari won the 1979 World Championship of F1 Drivers while Scuderia Ferrari won 1979 International Cup for F1 Constructors.

Who won the 1981 F1 championship?

Nelson Piquet won the Drivers’ Championship, claiming the first of his three drivers’ titles, while Williams won the Constructors’ Championship for the second consecutive year.

Who was the winner of the first drivers championship in 1950?

By season

Season Driver Constructor
Engine
1950 Giuseppe Farina Alfa Romeo
1951 Juan Manuel Fangio Alfa Romeo
1952 Alberto Ascari Ferrari