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Every participant in the Formula 1 races wants at least one victory in their career, some succeed in their first race, others in the last race, some reach the top with the most victories participating with one team their entire career and others competing for several teams.
In the top 3 with the most victories for the same team, we have two drivers who will also participate in 2023, namely Lewis Hamilton with 82 victories for Mercedes and Max Verstappen with 45 victories for Red Bull. In second place in this list is Michael Schumacher with 72 victories for Ferrari.
We also have three loyal drivers who have won in Formula 1 competing for only one team in their career. In first place we have Jim Clark who has 25 victories for Lotus followed by two drivers, both with one victory each:
- Luigi Fagioli in 8 races for Alfa Romeo he has a shared victory after giving way to Giuseppe Farina's car.
- Gunnar Nilsson with a win in 32 races for Lotus.
Of the drivers who have competed for more than one Formula1 team Striling Moss is the driver with victories for five constructors. He is followed by three drivers with victories alongside four constructors: Juan Manuel Fangio, Jackie Stewart and Alain Prost. Among the drivers of the 2023 season in this top, the best ranked is Fernando Alonso, who has victories with three constructors.
|4||Juan Manuel Fangio||Maserati,Mercedes,Alfa Romeo,Ferrari|
|3||Sebastian Vettel||Ferrari,Red Bull,Toro Rosso|
|2||Giuseppe Farina||Alfa Romeo,Ferrari|
|2||Juan Pablo Montoya||Williams,McLaren|
|2||Sergio Perez||Red Bull,Racing Point|
|2||Daniel Ricciardo||Red Bull,McLaren|
Taking into account that statistically the number of pilots who have won by competing for only one team is very small(0.4%), we could say that participating with a larger number of teams would be a solution to obtain a victory in Formula 1.
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In this section, I'm just trying to find some pattern from a statistical point of view compared to the results from Formula1.