Records held by Ferrari in Formula 1
Ferrari have their own place in Formula 1 after being the most successful side in the history of the sport. Several legends have driven Ferrari in F1 which includes former all-time record champion Michael Schumacher. Ferrari haven't quite lived up to the standards of late. They have fallen behind Mercedes. However, here we look at the records scripted by Ferrari.
Several legendary drivers became champions with the Italian team in F1. Alberto Ascari (1952, 1953), Niki Lauda (1975, 1977) and Schumacher (2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004) are the best ever to grace Ferrari. Schumacher became the first driver to win five consecutive Drivers' Championship titles. The Swiss ace went on to smash a host of records during his stint here.
Ferrari have the record for most races started (984). Out of this, the F1 team has managed to win 237 races and stay atop the chart. Ferrari have the joint-third highest wins in a season (15). They also have a joint-second best tally of most consecutive race wins in F1 (11). Ferrari hold the record for most wins in the same Grand Prix (21).
Ferrari have the joint-second best tally for most consecutive wins in the same Grand Prix (5). They have the highest 1-2 podium finishes (83). Ferrari are fourth for the most 1-2 finishes in a season (9). They achieved the mark in 2002. They are tied with Mercedes for the most consecutive 1-2 finishes (5).
Ferrari have the record for the most consecutive podiums (53). They have the fourth best tally for most podiums in a season (29). They boast of having the most pole positions (224). Ferrari have set the most fastest laps in F1 (252). Their highest Championship points came in 2018 (571). However, they finished second. They have won the most Constructors Championships (16).