Who won British Grand Prix 1987?

Who won British Grand Prix 1987?

driver Nigel Mansell
The race was won by local driver Nigel Mansell, driving a Williams-Honda. In one of his most memorable Formula One performances, Mansell hunted down Brazilian team-mate Nelson Piquet, who had started from pole position, with three laps remaining.

Who won the British Grand Prix in 1989?

Frenchman Alain Prost
The 1989 British Grand Prix (formally the XLII Shell British Grand Prix) was a Formula One motor race held at Silverstone on 16 July 1989. It was the eighth race of the 1989 Formula One World Championship. The 64-lap race was won by Frenchman Alain Prost, driving a McLaren-Honda, after he started from second position.

Who won British Grand Prix in 1988?

Ayrton Senna
The 65-lap race was won by Ayrton Senna, driving a McLaren-Honda, after starting from third position.

When did Nigel Mansell won the British Grand Prix?

Nigel Ernest James Mansell, CBE (/ˈmænsəl/; born 8 August 1953) is a British former racing driver who won both the Formula One World Championship (1992) and the CART Indy Car World Series (1993)….Nigel Mansell.

Formula One World Championship career
Entries 191 (187 starts)
Championships 1 (1992)
Wins 31
Podiums 59

Who won the 1991 British Grand Prix?

Nigel Mansell
The 1991 British Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race held at Silverstone on 14 July 1991. It was the eighth race of the 1991 FIA Formula One World Championship. The 59-lap race was won from pole position by local driver Nigel Mansell, driving a Williams-Renault.

Who won the 1984 f1 championship?

Prost won seven races to Lauda’s five, including the last two races of the season, but Lauda eventually prevailed by half a point – the smallest margin in Formula One history. It was Lauda’s third title, and his first since 1977. McLaren comfortably won the Manufacturers’ Championship, their first since 1974.

Who won the 1986 F1 championship?

Alain Prost
Alain Prost became the first driver to successfully defend his World Championship since Jack Brabham in 1960 following a season that climaxed in a classic three-way title fight at the final round in Adelaide.

Who won the 1984 F1 championship?

Who is the most successful British Formula 1 driver?

Of those, Lewis Hamilton has won the most titles, with seven putting him level with Michael Schumacher for most titles. Hamilton is still active in the sport; he has won the most races (103), recorded the most pole positions (103) and amassed the most points (4193.5) of any driver representing the UK.

Who was the oldest F1 driver?

Louis Chiron
Oldest drivers to enter a race

Driver Age
1 Louis Chiron 58 years, 277 days
2 Luigi Platé 56 years, 0 days
3 Philippe Étancelin 55 years, 191 days
4 Arthur Legat 54 years, 232 days

Who won the Grand Prix 1991 1992?

The 65-lap race was the fourth round of the 1992 Formula One World Championship and was won by Nigel Mansell driving a Williams-Renault and scoring the third Grand Chelem of his career….

1992 Spanish Grand Prix
Fastest lap
Driver Nigel Mansell Williams-Renault
Time 1:42.503 on lap 10

Who was the first British f1 champion?

Mike Hawthorn
Mike Hawthorn was the first British world championship title winner, beating Moss to the 1958 title by just one point. He remains one of only two drivers who won the title with only one race win, the other being Keke Rosberg.

Who won the 1986 f1 championship?

Who won the 1985 f1 championship?

After coming so close in the two previous seasons, Alain Prost finally became the first Frenchman to win the World Championship. He clinched the title thanks to six wins and with two races to spare.

Who won the 1985 F1 championship?

Who was the first British driver to win a Grand Prix?

Stirling Moss
Stirling Moss The first home winner of the British GP, at Aintree in 1955, Moss won F1 races for Mercedes, Maserati, Vanwall, Cooper and Lotus, and remained a title fighter until his top-level career was cut short by an accident at Goodwood in 1962.

Who is the most famous Formula 1 driver?

Michael Schumacher He still polarises opinion, and there’s no question that he over-stepped the mark more often than was necessary. To put it mildly. But Michael Schumacher remains an all-time great and not just because he won seven world championships, 91 races and smashed every record there was to smash.