As the second most successful team of all time – featuring legendary drivers Niki Lauda, Alain Prost and
As one of the best teams of all time, McLaren also produced arguably the best F1 car of all time, the MP4/4.
No other team has dominated Formula One in quite the way Mercedes did for two years in the
However, tragedy struck which meant the team had to withdraw from motor racing
The team continued to exist in various forms, most significantly as an engine manufacturer up until 2010 when they returned to F1. Since then, Mercedes have participated in 79 races, winning 63 of them.
Lotus is a team renowned for innovation. Founded by the legendary Colin Chapman in the 1950s, Lotus entered their first race in Monaco 1958.
Famously, the Lotus team was the first of its kind to receive commercial support in 1968 with "Gold Leaf" branding on their cars. Additionally, they were also one of the first world-leading teams to introduce major aerodynamic changes
The team was driven by the genius, Colin Chapman, as they became pioneers of sorts throughout their lifespan. However, yet another tragedy ended an era of motorsport for the F1 team, as Jim Clark (once regarded as the best driver in the sport) was tragically killed racing in a Formula 2 event in Germany.
Nevertheless, the high level of innovation by the team translated
Williams team have won a total of 7 Drivers’ Championships and have an incredible 114 Grand Prix victories to their name. As one of only 3 teams that have won more than 100 races, and 9 Constructors Championships, they hold the second-best record in motorsport history.
Formed in 1977 by Sir Frank Williams, Williams racing team won their first race at the 1979 British Grand Prix and have progressed continuously ever since.
In 1993 Williams won the title with arguably the most technologically advanced car ever seen in Formula One. Active suspension, anti-lock brakes
From a design perspective, Williams’s 1993 FW15C car was a modern phenomenon, built to fully incorporate active suspension and aerodynamics.
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Founded by Enzo Ferrari in 1947, Ferrari is the oldest active team in the FIA F1 world championships, having taken part in every championship since 1950.
Arguably, the Ferrari team is the most successful F1 team ever, in every aspect. In total, Ferrari has won 16 Constructors Championships, 15 Drivers’ Championships and has 231 race victories to its name (the highest number among all teams throughout F1 history).
Formula 1 racers believe that to drive for the "Prancing Horse" would be a career dream come true. Some of the most famous drivers in the world have raced for Ferrari: Alberto Ascari, Juan-Manuel Fangio, John Surtees, Niki Lauda and Michael Schumacher are just a few world-class names.
Michael Schumacher is the team's most successful driver. He joined in 1996 and departed in 2006, winning 5 drivers’ titles and 72 Grand Prix for the Ferarri team. Ferrari's reign at the top of the sport in the early 2000s set new standards in teamwork, not to mention several records along the way.
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