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'''Damon Graham Devereux Hill''' OBE (born [[September 17|17 September]] 1960) is a retired Formula One driver who was the [[1996 Formula One Season|1996 Formula One Champion]], becoming the first son of [[Graham Hill|a world champion]] to win a championship.
 
'''Damon Graham Devereux Hill''' OBE (born [[September 17|17 September]] 1960) is a retired Formula One driver who was the [[1996 Formula One Season|1996 Formula One Champion]], becoming the first son of [[Graham Hill|a world champion]] to win a championship.
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Hill started his Formula One career with {{Brabham-CON}} in {{F1|1992}}, replacing [[Giovanna Amati]] from the fourth round and onwards until the team folded mid-way during the season. Without a drive for the remainder of 1992, Hill surprisedly got a seat at the {{Williams-CON}} team in {{F1|1993}}, getting three wins and a third place in the Drivers' Championship. He was retained for the {{F1|1994}} season, having a [[Damon Hill-Michael Schumacher rivalry|rivalry]] with [[Michael Schumacher]] that lasted until the end of the {{F1|1996}} season, were he won the Drivers' World Championship at the [[1996 Japanese Grand Prix]], the final race of the season.
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Despite winning the championship, he was not retained by the team for {{F1|1997}} because Williams favoured German [[Heinz-Harald Frentzen]]. Being linked to {{Ferrari-CON}}, {{Benetton-CON}} and {{McLaren-CON}} for a seat, he instead decided to sign for the {{Arrows-CON}} team. Instead, the 1997 season with Arrows turned out to be uncompetitive for Hill. At the end of the season, he signed for the {{Jordan-CON}} team in {{F1|1998}}, winning at the wet-weather [[1998 Belgian Grand Prix]]. Hill announced his retirement from Formula One racing at the end of the {{F1|1999}} season.
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==Formula One Statistical Overview==
 
==Formula One Statistical Overview==
 
 
===F1 Career Record===
 
===F1 Career Record===
 
 
{| class=wikitable
 
{| class=wikitable
 
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! Report
 
! Report
 
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|{{F1|1992}}
| [[1992 Formula One Season|1992]]
 
| Motor Racing Developments Ltd.
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|{{GBR}} Motor Racing Developments Ltd.
| {{Brabham-Judd}}
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|{{Brabham-Judd}}
| 0
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|0
| 30th
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|30th
| [[1992 Damon Hill Season|Report]]
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|[[1992 Damon Hill Season|Report]]
 
|-
 
|-
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|{{F1|1993}}
| [[1993 Formula One Season|1993]]
 
| Canon Williams Team
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|{{GBR}} Canon Williams Team
| {{Williams-Renault}}
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|{{Williams-Renault}}
| 69
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|69
| {{3rd}}
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|{{3rd}}
| [[1993 Damon Hill Season|Report]]
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|[[1993 Damon Hill Season|Report]]
 
|-
 
|-
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|{{F1|1994}}
| [[1994 Formula One Season|1994]]
 
| Rothmans Williams Renault
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|{{GBR}} Rothmans Williams Renault
| {{Williams-Renault}}
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|{{Williams-Renault}}
| 91
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|91
| {{2nd}}
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|{{2nd}}
| [[1994 Damon Hill Season|Report]]
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|[[1994 Damon Hill Season|Report]]
 
|-
 
|-
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|{{F1|1995}}
| [[1995 Formula One Season|1995]]
 
| Rothmans Williams Renault
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|{{GBR}} Rothmans Williams Renault
| {{Williams-Renault}}
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|{{Williams-Renault}}
| 69
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|69
| {{2nd}}
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|{{2nd}}
| [[1995 Damon Hill Season|Report]]
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|[[1995 Damon Hill Season|Report]]
 
|-
 
|-
| '''[[1996 Formula One Season|1996]]'''
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|'''{{F1|1996}}'''
| '''Rothmans Williams Renault'''
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|{{GBR}} '''Rothmans Williams Renault'''
| '''{{Williams-Renault}}'''
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|'''{{Williams-Renault}}'''
| '''97'''
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|'''97'''
| {{1st}}
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|{{1st}}
| '''[[1996 Damon Hill Season|Report]]'''
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|'''[[1996 Damon Hill Season|Report]]'''
 
|-
 
|-
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|{{F1|1997}}
| [[1997 Formula One Season|1997]]
 
| Danka Arrows Yamaha
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|{{GBR}} Danka Arrows Yamaha
| {{Arrows-Yamaha}}
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|{{Arrows-Yamaha}}
| 7
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|7
| 12th
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|12th
| [[1997 Damon Hill Season|Report]]
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|[[1997 Damon Hill Season|Report]]
 
|-
 
|-
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|{{F1|1998}}
| [[1998 Formula One Season|1998]]
 
| B&H Total Jordan
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|{{IRE}} Benson and Hedges Jordan
| {{Jordan-Mugen-Honda}}
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|{{Jordan-Mugen-Honda}}
| 20
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|20
| 6th
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|6th
| [[1998 Damon Hill Season|Report]]
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|[[1998 Damon Hill Season|Report]]
 
|-
 
|-
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|{{F1|1999}}
| [[1999 Formula One Season|1999]]
 
| B&H Jordan
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|{{IRE}} Benson and Hedges Jordan
| {{Jordan-Mugen-Honda}}
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|{{Jordan-Mugen-Honda}}
| 7
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|7
| 12th
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|12th
| [[1999 Damon Hill Season|Report]]
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|[[1999 Damon Hill Season|Report]]
 
|}
 
|}
   
 
===Statistics===
 
===Statistics===
   
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{{Statbox
{| class=wikitable
 
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|frontrows=47
| Entries
 
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|lapsraced=5848
| 122
 
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|kmsraced=27695
|-
 
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|racesled=45
| Starts
 
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|lapsled=1358
| 115
 
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|kmsled=6310
|-
 
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|doubles=7
| '''[[Pole position]]s'''
 
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|hattricks=5
| 20
 
 
}}
|-
 
| Front Row Starts
 
| 47
 
|-
 
| [[Victory|Victories]]
 
| 22
 
|-
 
| [[Podium|Podia]]
 
| 42
 
|-
 
| [[Fastest lap]]s
 
| 19
 
|-
 
| [[Points]]
 
| 360
 
|-
 
| Laps raced
 
| 5847
 
|-
 
| kms raced
 
| 27630.639
 
|-
 
| Races led
 
| 45
 
|-
 
| [[Laps led]]
 
| 1363
 
|-
 
| kms led
 
| 6339.198
 
|-
 
| [[Double]]s
 
| 7
 
|-
 
| [[Hat-trick]]s
 
| 5
 
|-
 
| [[Grand chelem]]s
 
| [[1995 Hungarian Grand Prix|1]]
 
|}
 
   
 
===Wins===
 
===Wins===
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==External links==
 
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* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Damon_Hill Wikipedia article]
 
* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Damon_Hill Wikipedia article]
* [http://www.manipef1.com/drivers/dhill/ Manipe F1 article]
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{{World Drivers' Champions}}
 
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Damon Graham Devereux Hill OBE (born 17 September 1960) is a retired Formula One driver who was the 1996 Formula One Champion, becoming the first son of a world champion to win a championship.

Hill started his Formula One career with Brabham in 1992, replacing Giovanna Amati from the fourth round and onwards until the team folded mid-way during the season. Without a drive for the remainder of 1992, Hill surprisedly got a seat at the Williams team in 1993, getting three wins and a third place in the Drivers' Championship. He was retained for the 1994 season, having a rivalry with Michael Schumacher that lasted until the end of the 1996 season, were he won the Drivers' World Championship at the 1996 Japanese Grand Prix, the final race of the season.

Despite winning the championship, he was not retained by the team for 1997 because Williams favoured German Heinz-Harald Frentzen. Being linked to Ferrari, Benetton and McLaren for a seat, he instead decided to sign for the Arrows team. Instead, the 1997 season with Arrows turned out to be uncompetitive for Hill. At the end of the season, he signed for the Jordan team in 1998, winning at the wet-weather 1998 Belgian Grand Prix. Hill announced his retirement from Formula One racing at the end of the 1999 season.


Formula One Statistical Overview[edit | edit source]

F1 Career Record[edit | edit source]

Year Entrant Team Pts WDC Pos. Report
1992 United Kingdom Motor Racing Developments Ltd. Brabham-Judd 0 30th Report
1993 United Kingdom Canon Williams Team Williams-Renault 69 3rd Report
1994 United Kingdom Rothmans Williams Renault Williams-Renault 91 2nd Report
1995 United Kingdom Rothmans Williams Renault Williams-Renault 69 2nd Report
1996 United Kingdom Rothmans Williams Renault Williams-Renault 97 1st Report
1997 United Kingdom Danka Arrows Yamaha Arrows-Yamaha 7 12th Report
1998 Ireland Benson and Hedges Jordan Jordan-Mugen-Honda 20 6th Report
1999 Ireland Benson and Hedges Jordan Jordan-Mugen-Honda 7 12th Report

Statistics[edit | edit source]

Entries 122
Starts 115
Pole Positions 20
Front Row Starts 47
Race Wins 22
Podiums 42
Fastest laps 19
Points 360
Laps Raced 5848
Distance Raced 27695 km (17209 mi)
Races Led 45
Laps Led 1358
Distance Led 6310 km (3921 mi)
Doubles 7
Hat-Tricks 5
Grand Chelems 1

Wins[edit | edit source]

No. Race
1 1993 Hungarian Grand Prix
2 1993 Belgian Grand Prix
3 1993 Italian Grand Prix
4 1994 Spanish Grand Prix
5 1994 British Grand Prix
6 1994 Belgian Grand Prix
7 1994 Italian Grand Prix
8 1994 Portuguese Grand Prix
9 1994 Japanese Grand Prix
10 1995 Argentine Grand Prix
11 1995 San Marino Grand Prix
12 1995 Hungarian Grand Prix
13 1995 Australian Grand Prix
14 1996 Australian Grand Prix
15 1996 Brazilian Grand Prix
16 1996 Argentine Grand Prix
17 1996 San Marino Grand Prix
18 1996 Canadian Grand Prix
19 1996 French Grand Prix
20 1996 German Grand Prix
21 1996 Japanese Grand Prix
22 1998 Belgian Grand Prix

Career Results[edit | edit source]

Complete Formula One results
Year 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Pts Pos
1992 Flag of South Africa 1928-1994.svg Flag of Mexico.svg Flag of Brazil.svg Flag of Spain.svg Flag of San Marino.svg Flag of Monaco.svg Flag of Canada.svg Flag of France.svg Flag of Great Britain.png Flag of Germany.svg Flag of Hungary.svg Flag of Belgium.svg Flag of Italy.svg Flag of Portugal.svg Flag of Japan.svg Flag of Australia.svg 0 NC
DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ 16th DNQ 11th DNA
1993 Flag of South Africa 1928-1994.svg Flag of Brazil.svg Flag of Europe.svg Flag of San Marino.svg Flag of Spain.svg Flag of Monaco.svg Flag of Canada.svg Flag of France.svg Flag of Great Britain.png Flag of Germany.svg Flag of Hungary.svg Flag of Belgium.svg Flag of Italy.svg Flag of Portugal.svg Flag of Japan.svg Flag of Australia.svg 69 3rd
Ret 2nd 2nd Ret Ret 2nd 3rd 2nd Ret 15th 1st 1st 1st 3rd 4th 3rd
1994 Flag of Brazil.svg Flag of the Pacific Community.svg Flag of San Marino.svg Flag of Monaco.svg Flag of Spain.svg Flag of Canada.svg Flag of France.svg Flag of Great Britain.png Flag of Germany.svg Flag of Hungary.svg Flag of Belgium.svg Flag of Italy.svg Flag of Portugal.svg Flag of Europe.svg Flag of Japan.svg Flag of Australia.svg 91 2nd
2nd Ret 6th Ret 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 8th 2nd 1st 1st 1st 2nd 1st Ret
1995 Flag of Brazil.svg Flag of Argentina.svg Flag of San Marino.svg Flag of Spain.svg Flag of Monaco.svg Flag of Canada.svg Flag of France.svg Flag of Great Britain.png Flag of Germany.svg Flag of Hungary.svg Flag of Belgium.svg Flag of Italy.svg Flag of Portugal.svg Flag of Europe.svg Flag of the Pacific Community.svg Flag of Japan.svg Flag of Australia.svg 69 2nd
Ret 1st 1st 4th 2nd Ret 2nd Ret Ret 1st 2nd Ret 3rd Ret 3rd Ret 1st
1996 Flag of Australia.svg Flag of Brazil.svg Flag of Argentina.svg Flag of Europe.svg Flag of San Marino.svg Flag of Monaco.svg Flag of Spain.svg Flag of Canada.svg Flag of France.svg Flag of Great Britain.png Flag of Germany.svg Flag of Hungary.svg Flag of Belgium.svg Flag of Italy.svg Flag of Portugal.svg Flag of Japan.svg 97 1st
1st 1st 1st 4th 1st Ret Ret 1st 1st Ret 1st 2nd 5th Ret 2nd 1st
1997 Flag of Australia.svg Flag of Brazil.svg Flag of Argentina.svg Flag of San Marino.svg Flag of Monaco.svg Flag of Spain.svg Flag of Canada.svg Flag of France.svg Flag of Great Britain.png Flag of Germany.svg Flag of Hungary.svg Flag of Belgium.svg Flag of Italy.svg Flag of Austria.svg Flag of Luxembourg.svg Flag of Japan.svg Flag of Europe.svg 7 12th
DNS 17th Ret Ret Ret Ret 9th 12th 6th 8th 2nd 13th Ret 7th 8th 11th Ret
1998 Flag of Australia.svg Flag of Brazil.svg link = 1998 Argentine Grand Prix Flag of San Marino.svg Flag of Spain.svg Flag of Monaco.svg Flag of Canada.svg Flag of France.svg Flag of Great Britain.png Flag of Austria.svg Flag of Germany.svg Flag of Hungary.svg Flag of Belgium.svg Flag of Italy.svg Flag of Luxembourg.svg Flag of Japan.svg 20 6th
8th DSQ 8th 10th Ret 8th Ret Ret Ret 7th 4th 4th 1st 6th 9th 4th
1999 Flag of Australia.svg Flag of Brazil.svg Flag of San Marino.svg Flag of Monaco.svg Flag of Spain.svg Flag of Canada.svg Flag of France.svg Flag of Great Britain.png Flag of Austria.svg Flag of Germany.svg Flag of Hungary.svg Flag of Belgium.svg Flag of Italy.svg Flag of Europe.svg Flag of Malaysia.svg Flag of Japan.svg 7 12th
Ret Ret 4th Ret 7th Ret Ret 5th 8th Ret 6th 6th 10th Ret Ret Ret


Key
Symbol Meaning Symbol Meaning
1st Winner Ret Retired
2nd Podium finish DSQ Disqualified
3rd DNQ Did not qualify
5th Points finish DNPQ Did not pre-qualify
14th Non-points finish TD Test driver
NC Non-classified finish (<90% race distance) DNS Did not start
Italics Scored point(s) for Fastest Lap [+] More Symbols

External links[edit | edit source]

V T E United Kingdom Damon Hill
Seasons
1992 • 1993 • 1994 • 1995 • 1996 • 1997 • 1998 • 1999
Season Reports
1992 • 1993 • 1994 • 1995 • 1996 • 1997 • 1998 • 1999
Teams
Brabham (1992) • Williams (1993–1996) • Arrows (1997) • Jordan (1998-1999)
Teammates
Eric van de Poele (1992) • Alain Prost (1993) • Ayrton Senna (1994) • David Coulthard (1994-1995) • Nigel Mansell (1994) • Jacques Villeneuve (1996) • Pedro Diniz (1997) • Ralf Schumacher (1998) • Heinz-Harald Frentzen (1999)
Rivalries
Michael Schumacher
Other pages
Graham (father) • Statistics • Teammate comparison • Category
V T E List of World Drivers' Champions
1950: Giuseppe Farina
1951: Juan Manuel Fangio
1952: Alberto Ascari
1953: Alberto Ascari
1954: Juan Manuel Fangio
1955: Juan Manuel Fangio
1956: Juan Manuel Fangio
1957: Juan Manuel Fangio
1958: Mike Hawthorn
1959: Jack Brabham
1960: Jack Brabham
1961: Phil Hill
1962: Graham Hill
1963: Jim Clark
1964: John Surtees
1965: Jim Clark
1966: Jack Brabham
1967: Denny Hulme
1968: Graham Hill
1969: Jackie Stewart
1970: Jochen Rindt
1971: Jackie Stewart
1972: Emerson Fittipaldi
1973: Jackie Stewart
1974: Emerson Fittipaldi
1975: Niki Lauda
1976: James Hunt
1977: Niki Lauda
1978: Mario Andretti
1979: Jody Scheckter
1980: Alan Jones
1981: Nelson Piquet
1982: Keke Rosberg
1983: Nelson Piquet
1984: Niki Lauda
1985: Alain Prost
1986: Alain Prost
1987: Nelson Piquet
1988: Ayrton Senna
1989: Alain Prost
1990: Ayrton Senna
1991: Ayrton Senna
1992: Nigel Mansell
1993: Alain Prost
1994: Michael Schumacher
1995: Michael Schumacher
1996: Damon Hill
1997: Jacques Villeneuve
1998: Mika Häkkinen
1999: Mika Häkkinen
2000: Michael Schumacher
2001: Michael Schumacher
2002: Michael Schumacher
2003: Michael Schumacher
2004: Michael Schumacher
2005: Fernando Alonso
2006: Fernando Alonso
2007: Kimi Räikkönen
2008: Lewis Hamilton
2009: Jenson Button
2010: Sebastian Vettel
2011: Sebastian Vettel
2012: Sebastian Vettel
2013: Sebastian Vettel
2014: Lewis Hamilton
2015: Lewis Hamilton
2016: Nico Rosberg
2017: Lewis Hamilton
2018: Lewis Hamilton
2019: Lewis Hamilton
V T E List of World Drivers' Championship runners-up
1950: Juan Manuel Fangio
1951: Alberto Ascari
1952: Giuseppe Farina
1953: Juan Manuel Fangio
1954: José Froilán González
1955: Stirling Moss
1956: Stirling Moss
1957: Stirling Moss
1958: Stirling Moss
1959: Tony Brooks
1960: Bruce McLaren
1961: Wolfgang von Trips
1962: Jim Clark
1963: Graham Hill
1964: Graham Hill
1965: Graham Hill
1966: John Surtees
1967: Jack Brabham
1968: Jackie Stewart
1969: Jacky Ickx
1970: Jacky Ickx
1971: Ronnie Peterson
1972: Jackie Stewart
1973: Emerson Fittipaldi
1974: Clay Regazzoni
1975: Emerson Fittipaldi
1976: Niki Lauda
1977: Jody Scheckter
1978: Ronnie Peterson
1979: Gilles Villeneuve
1980: Nelson Piquet
1981: Carlos Reutemann
1982: Didier Pironi
1983: Alain Prost
1984: Alain Prost
1985: Michele Alboreto
1986: Nigel Mansell
1987: Nigel Mansell
1988: Alain Prost
1989: Ayrton Senna
1990: Alain Prost
1991: Nigel Mansell
1992: Riccardo Patrese
1993: Ayrton Senna
1994: Damon Hill
1995: Damon Hill
1996: Jacques Villeneuve
1997: Heinz-Harald Frentzen*
1998: Michael Schumacher
1999: Eddie Irvine
2000: Mika Häkkinen
2001: David Coulthard
2002: Rubens Barrichello
2003: Kimi Räikkönen
2004: Rubens Barrichello
2005: Kimi Räikkönen
2006: Michael Schumacher
2007: Lewis Hamilton
2008: Felipe Massa
2009: Sebastian Vettel
2010: Fernando Alonso
2011: Jenson Button
2012: Fernando Alonso
2013: Fernando Alonso
2014: Nico Rosberg
2015: Nico Rosberg
2016: Lewis Hamilton
2017: Sebastian Vettel
2018: Sebastian Vettel
2019: Valtteri Bottas
* Michael Schumacher was disqualified from the 1997 championship.
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Drivers
6. Canada Nicholas Latifi · 63. United Kingdom George Russell
Personnel
Frank Williams · Patrick Head · Pat Symonds · Mike Coughlan
World Champions
Australia Alan Jones (1980) · Finland Keke Rosberg (1982) · Brazil Nelson Piquet (1987) · United Kingdom Nigel Mansell (1992) ·
France Alain Prost (1993) · United Kingdom Damon Hill (1996) · Canada Jacques Villeneuve (1997)
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