Vettel – the 100th pilot who left Ferrari without a titleMay 14, 2020
Of the 109 racers who played for the Ferrari team in Formula 1, only nine won the championship title as part of the Scuderia.
Alberto Askari (1952 and 1953), Juan-Manuel Fangio (1956), Mike Hawthorne (1958), Phil Hill (1961), John Curtis (1964), Nicky Lauda (1975 and 1977), Jody Scheckter (1979), Michael Schumacher (from 2000 to 2004) and Kimi Raikkonen (2007) – these nine riders together won 15 titles for the Ferrari in the individual competition.
If in 2020, Sebastian Vettel can not win in the individual competition, he will become the hundredth rider who left the team from Maranello without a title. If he wins, he will become the tenth champion in the Ferrari.
Ferrari leads in the number of champion titles in the history of Formula 1 – 15. In second place is McLaren – 12, in third – Mercedes with 8 titles.
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