How do you become F1 world champion?

The driver with the most points at the end of the season under the championship rules and based on the F1 points system for that year is the F1 world champion.

The formula 1 championship definitions section provides the way the F1 championship outcomes are calculates for each season.

Typically not all results are used in calculating the F1 championship in the past. This could have a real impact, like in 1988 where Ayrton Senna become champion with overall less points than Alain Prost.

If two drivers finish the season with the same amount of points, their position in the championship will be based on the amount of each position they achieved. So first who has the most number wins, than second places, than third places and so on.

    Start    End    # best results counting towards champ    # best results first part season    # GP in first part season    # best results last part season    # GP in last part season
       
19912022All grand prix - - - -
1981199011 - - - -
19801980105757
1979197984748
19781978147878
19771977158978
19761976147878
19751975126767
19731974137867
19721972105656
1971197195645
19701970116756
1969196995645
19681968105656
1967196795645
196619665 - - - -
196319656 - - - -
196119625 - - - -
196019606 - - - -
195919595 - - - -
195819586 - - - -
195419575 - - - -
195019534 - - - -
Date last modified: 2022-01-11 07:48:52 - 8 months ago
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