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List of Formula One World Constructors' Champions

The Formula One World Constructors' Championship (WCC) is awarded by the FIA to the most successful Formula One constructor over a season, as determined by a points system based on Grand Prix results. The Constructors' Championship was first awarded, as the International Cup for F1 Manufacturers, in 1958 to Vanwall.

Constructors' Championship points are calculated by adding points scored in each race by any driver for that constructor. Up until 1979, most seasons saw only the highest-scoring driver in each race for each constructor contributing points towards the Championship. On only ten occasions has the World Constructors' Champion team not contained the World Drivers' Champion for that season.

In the 58 seasons the Championship has been awarded, only 15 different constructors have won it, with Scuderia Ferrari the most successful, with 16 titles including 6 consecutive from 1999 to 2004. Only five countries have produced winning constructors: United Kingdom (33 championships with 10 different constructors), Italy (16 with Ferrari), Austria (4 with Red Bull), France (3 with two constructors) and Germany (2 with Mercedes). However, all Austrian, French and German titles have seen the winning cars designed and built (except Matra in 1969) and run by teams based in the United Kingdom. Among drivers that have contributed with at least a single point to the constructors' title, Michael Schumacher has the unofficial record, having been involved with seven such titles, six of those consecutively with Ferrari.[1] Schumacher won the world drivers' title on six of those seven occasions.

Contents

  • By season 1
    • Notes 1.1
  • By constructor 2
  • By nationality 3
  • By engine 4
  • See also 5
  • References 6

By season

Season Constructor Engine Tyre Drivers Poles Wins Podiums Fastest Laps Points Margin (points)
1958 Vanwall Vanwall D Stirling Moss
Tony Brooks
5 6 9 3 48 8
1959 Cooper Climax D Jack Brabham*
Stirling Moss
Bruce McLaren
5 5 13 5 40 8
1960 Cooper Climax D Jack Brabham*
Bruce McLaren
4 6 14 5 48 14
1961 Ferrari Ferrari D Phil Hill*
Wolfgang von Trips
6 5 14 5 45 10
1962 BRM BRM D Graham Hill* 1 4 8 3 42 6
1963 Lotus Climax D Jim Clark* 7 7 9 6 54 18
1964 Ferrari Ferrari D John Surtees*
Lorenzo Bandini
2 3 10 2 45 3
1965 Lotus Climax D Jim Clark* 6 6 7 6 54 9
1966 Brabham Repco G Jack Brabham* 3 4 9 2 42 11
1967 Brabham Repco G Denny Hulme*
Jack Brabham
2 4 14 2 63 19
1968 Lotus Ford F Graham Hill*
Jo Siffert
Jim Clark
Jackie Oliver
5 5 9 5 62 13
1969 Matra Ford D Jackie Stewart*
Jean-Pierre Beltoise
2 6 10 6 66 17
1970 Lotus Ford F Jochen Rindt*
Emerson Fittipaldi
Graham Hill
John Miles
3 6 7 1 59 7
1971 Tyrrell Ford G Jackie Stewart*
François Cevert
6 7 11 4 73 37
1972 Lotus Ford F Emerson Fittipaldi* 3 5 8 4 61 10
1973 Lotus Ford G 1. Emerson Fittipaldi
2. Ronnie Peterson
10 7 15 7 92 10
1974 McLaren Ford G 5. Emerson Fittipaldi*
6. Denny Hulme
33. Mike Hailwood
(33). David Hobbs
(33). Jochen Mass
2 4 10 1 73 8
1975 Ferrari Ferrari G 11. Clay Regazzoni
12. Niki Lauda*
9 6 11 6 72.5 18.5
1976 Ferrari Ferrari G 1. Niki Lauda
2. Clay Regazzoni
4 6 13 7 83 9
1977 Ferrari Ferrari G 11. Niki Lauda*
12. Carlos Reutemann
2 4 16 3 95 33
1978 Lotus Ford G 5. Mario Andretti*
6. Ronnie Peterson
12 8 14 7 86 28
1979 Ferrari Ferrari M 11. Jody Scheckter*
12. Gilles Villeneuve
2 6 13 6 113 38
1980 Williams Ford G 27. Alan Jones*
28. Carlos Reutemann
3 6 18 5 120 54
1981 Williams Ford G 1. Alan Jones
2. Carlos Reutemann
2 4 13 7 95 34
1982 Ferrari Ferrari G 27. Gilles Villeneuve
28. Didier Pironi
(27). Patrick Tambay
(28). Mario Andretti
3 3 11 2 74 5
1983 Ferrari Ferrari G 27. Patrick Tambay
28. René Arnoux
8 4 12 3 89 10
1984 McLaren TAG M 7. Alain Prost
8. Niki Lauda*
3 12 18 8 143.5 86
1985 McLaren TAG G 1. Niki Lauda
2. Alain Prost*

(1). John Watson
2 6 12 6 90 8
1986 Williams Honda G 5. Nigel Mansell
6. Nelson Piquet
4 9 19 11 141 45
1987 Williams Honda G 5. Nigel Mansell
6. Nelson Piquet*
12 9 18 7 137 61
1988 McLaren Honda G 11. Alain Prost
12. Ayrton Senna*
15 15 25 10 199 134
1989 McLaren Honda G 1. Ayrton Senna
2. Alain Prost*
15 10 18 8 141 64
1990 McLaren Honda G 27. Ayrton Senna*
28. Gerhard Berger
12 6 18 5 121 11
1991 McLaren Honda G 1. Ayrton Senna*
2. Gerhard Berger
10 8 18 4 139 14
1992 Williams Renault G 5. Nigel Mansell*
6. Riccardo Patrese
15 10 21 11 164 65
1993 Williams Renault G 0. Damon Hill
2. Alain Prost*
15 10 22 10 168 84
1994 Williams Renault G 0. Damon Hill
2. Ayrton Senna
(2). David Coulthard
(2). Nigel Mansell
6 7 13 8 118 15
1995 Benetton Renault G 1. Michael Schumacher*
2. Johnny Herbert
4 11 15 8 137 25
1996 Williams Renault G 5. Damon Hill*
6. Jacques Villeneuve
12 12 21 11 175 105
1997 Williams Renault G 3. Jacques Villeneuve*
4. Heinz-Harald Frentzen
10 8 15 9 123 21
1998 McLaren Mercedes B 7. David Coulthard
8. Mika Häkkinen*
12 9 20 9 156 23
1999 Ferrari Ferrari B 3. Michael Schumacher
4. Eddie Irvine
(3). Mika Salo
3 6 17 6 128 4
2000 Ferrari Ferrari B 3. Michael Schumacher*
4. Rubens Barrichello
10 10 21 5 170 18
2001 Ferrari Ferrari B 1. Michael Schumacher*
2. Rubens Barrichello
11 9 24 3 179 77
2002 Ferrari Ferrari B 1. Michael Schumacher*
2. Rubens Barrichello
10 15 27 12 221 129
2003 Ferrari Ferrari B 1. Michael Schumacher*
2. Rubens Barrichello
8 8 16 8 158 14
2004 Ferrari Ferrari B 1. Michael Schumacher*
2. Rubens Barrichello
12 15 29 14 262 143
2005 Renault Renault M 5. Fernando Alonso*
6. Giancarlo Fisichella
7 8 18 3 191 9
2006 Renault Renault M 1. Fernando Alonso*
2. Giancarlo Fisichella
7 8 19 5 206 5
2007 Ferrari Ferrari B 5. Felipe Massa
6. Kimi Räikkönen*
11 9 22 11 204 103 (1)
2008 Ferrari Ferrari B 1. Kimi Räikkönen
2. Felipe Massa
8 8 19 13 172 21
2009 Brawn Mercedes B 22. Jenson Button*
23. Rubens Barrichello
5 8 15 4 172 18.5
2010 Red Bull Renault B 5. Sebastian Vettel*
6. Mark Webber
15 9 20 6 498 44
2011 Red Bull Renault P 1. Sebastian Vettel*
2. Mark Webber
18 12 28 10 650 153
2012 Red Bull Renault P 1. Sebastian Vettel*
2. Mark Webber
8 7 14 7 460 60
2013 Red Bull Renault P 1. Sebastian Vettel*
2. Mark Webber
11 13 24 12 596 236
2014 Mercedes Mercedes P 6. Nico Rosberg
44. Lewis Hamilton*
18 16 31 11 701 296
2015 Mercedes Mercedes P 6. Nico Rosberg
44. Lewis Hamilton*
15 13 26 10 574 200

Notes

* – indicates that the driver also won the Drivers' Championship.
† - season still in progress
  1. ^ Only drivers who contributed to the final points tally are shown. Car numbers are indicated where the driver kept the same number over the season (replacement drivers' numbers are shown in parentheses).
  2. ^ Only points counted towards the Constructors' Championship are shown.
  3. ^ Matra is the only constructor to have won the Constructors' Championship without running its own works team. (Matra cars were entered by Ken Tyrrell´s Matra International team)
  4. ^ McLaren scored 203 points but were excluded from the championship.
  5. ^ The points system was overhauled for the 2010 season, accounting for the extreme difference in total points. (see also List of Formula One World Championship points scoring systems)

By constructor

Constructor Total Seasons
Ferrari 16 1961, 1964, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1979, 1982, 1983, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2008
Williams 9 1980, 1981, 1986, 1987, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997
McLaren 8 1974, 1984, 1985, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1998
Lotus 7 1963, 1965, 1968, 1970, 1972, 1973, 1978
Red Bull 4 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013
Cooper 2 1959, 1960
Brabham 1966, 1967
Renault 2005, 2006
Mercedes 2014, 2015
Vanwall 1 1958
BRM 1962
Matra 1969
Tyrrell 1971
Benetton 1995
Brawn 2009

† – Benetton raced as a British team from 1986 to 1995, and as an Italian team from 1996 to 2001.
Note: Bold font indicates the active constructors.

By nationality

Country Constructors Total
United Kingdom 10 33
Italy 1 16
Austria 1 4
France 2 3
Germany 1 2

By engine

Engine Total Constructors
Ferrari 16 Ferrari (16)
Renault 12 Williams (5), Red Bull (4), Renault (2), Benetton (1)
Ford 10 Lotus (5), Williams (2), Matra (1), Tyrrell (1), McLaren (1)
Honda 6 McLaren (4), Williams (2)
Climax 4 Cooper (2), Lotus (2)
Mercedes McLaren (1), Brawn (1), Mercedes (2)
Repco 2 Brabham (2)
TAG McLaren (2)
Vanwall 1 Vanwall (1)
BRM BRM (1)

See also

References

  1. ^ "Michael Schumacher – F1 Hall of Fame". Formula One. Retrieved 23 March 2015. 
  • "Formula1.com results archive". Retrieved December 16, 2005. 
  • "ChicaneF1.com – Constructors' Championships". Retrieved December 16, 2005. 
  • "GrandPrixStats.com – Constructors' Championships". Retrieved December 16, 2005. 
  • Amara, Solange; Davillerd, Cyril; et al. (2004). Formula One Yearbook 2004–05. Chronosports S.A.  
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