List Of Formula One Records
This is a list of records in the FIA World Championships, since 1950. Bold entries indicate the record-holder competed in the 2012 season.
This page is accurate up to and including the end of the 2012 season.
|Table of contents|
|Races entered and started: Total races started|
|Wins: Total • Percentage • In one season • Highest percentage in one season • Consecutive • Most in the same GP|
|Podiums: Total • Consecutive Pole positions: Total • In one season|
|Fastest laps: Total Points: Total • In one season|
|Constructors' Championships: Total • Consecutive|
|Driver records • Engines records • Tyres records • Race records
Notes • References • See also
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