Formula 1 Max Verstappen Becomes World Champion For The Second Time In A Row

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In the Formula One Drivers’ Championship table, Max Verstappen has 366 points, followed by Perez with 253 points and Leclerc third with 252 points.

Suzuka: Dutch Formula One driver Max Verstappen won for Red Bull at the Japanese Grand Prix on Sunday and won the 2022 world title. According to Formula1.com, Verstappen, who retained the world title, won the restarted race at Suzuka amid incessant rain. The driver from the Netherlands started from pole but the race was halted after two laps after several cars collided due to incessant rain. Then two hours later the race started in which Verstappen remained ahead.

List of Formula One World Champions:

2022 – Max Verstappen (Netherlands) Red Bull

2021 – Verstappen, Red Bull

2020 – Lewis Hamilton (UK) Mercedes

2019 – Hamilton, Mercedes

2018 – Hamilton, Mercedes

2017 – Hamilton, Mercedes

2016 – Nico Rosberg (Germany) Mercedes

2015 – Hamilton, Mercedes

2014 – Hamilton, Mercedes

2013 – Sebastian Vettel (Germany) Red Bull

2012 – Vettel, Red Bull

2011 – Vettel, Red Bull

2010 – Vettel, Red Bull

2009 – Jenson Button (UK) Brawn

2008 – Hamilton, McLaren

2007 – Kimi Raikkonen (Finland) Ferrari

2006 – Fernando Alonso (Spain) Renault

2005 – Alonso, Renault

2004 – Michael Schumacher (Germany) Ferrari

2003 – Schumacher, Ferrari 2002 – Schumacher, Ferrari

2001 – Schumacher, Ferrari

2000 – Schumacher, Ferrari

1999 – Mika Hkkinen (Finland) McLaren

1998 – Hkkinen, McLaren

1997 – Jacques Villeneuve (Canada) Williams

1996 – Damon Hill (UK) Williams 1995 – Schumacher, Benetton

1994 – Schumacher, Benetton 1993 – Alain Prost (France) Williams

1992 – Nigel Mansell (UK) Williams

1991 – Ayrton Senna (Brazil) McLaren;

1990 – Senna, McLaren

1989 – Prost, McLaren

1988 – Senna, McLaren

1987 – Nelson Piquet (Brazil) Williams

1986 – Prost, McLaren

1985 – Prost, McLaren

1984 – Niki Lauda (Austria) McLaren

1983 – Pickett, Brabham

1982 – Keke Rosberg (Finland) Williams

1981 – Pickett, Brabham

1980 – Alan Jones (Australia) Williams

1979 – Jodi Shekhar (South Africa) Ferrari

1978 – Mario Andretti (U.S.) Lotus

1977 – Lauda, ​​Ferrari

1976 – James Hunt (UK) McLaren;

1975 – Lauda, ​​Ferrari

1974 – Emerson Fittipaldi (Brazil) McLaren;

1973 – Jackie Stewart (UK) Tyrell

1972 – Fittipaldi, Lotus

1971 – Stewart, Tyrell

1970 – Jochen Rindt (Austria) Lotus

1969 – Stewart, Matra

1968 – Graham Hill (UK) Lotus

1967 – Denny Hulme (New Zealand) Brabham

1966 – Jack Brabham (Australia)

1965 – Jim Clark (UK) Lotus

1964 – John Surtees (Britain) Ferrari

1963 – Clark, Lotus

1962 – Hill, BRM

1961 – Phil Hill (U.S.) Ferrari

1960 – Brabham, Cooper

1959 – Brabham, Cooper

1958 – Mike Hawthorne (UK) Ferrari

1957 – Juan Manuel Fangio (Argentina) Maserati

1956 – Fangio, Lancia/Ferrarik

1955 – Fangio, Mercedes

1954 – Fangio, Mercedes/Maserati

1953 – Alberto Ascari (Italy) Ferrari

1952 – Askari, Ferrari

1951 – Fangio, Alfa Romeo

1950 – Giuseppe Farina (Italy) Alfa Romeo

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