1996 summary and past winners

-- Schedule for the 1996 Formula One season: March 10 -- Australian Grand Prix, Melbourne. March 31 -- Brazilian Grand Prix, Sao Paulo. April 7 -- Argentine Grand Prix, Buenos Aires. April 28 -- European Grand Prix,...

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Schedule for the 1996 Formula One season: March 10 -- Australian Grand Prix, Melbourne. March 31 -- Brazilian Grand Prix, Sao Paulo. April 7 -- Argentine Grand Prix, Buenos Aires. April 28 -- European Grand Prix, Nurburgring, Germany. May 5 -- San Marino Grand Prix, Imola, Italy. May 19 -- Monaco Grand Prix, Monte Carlo. June 2 -- Spanish Grand Prix, Barcelona. June 16 -- Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal. June 30 -- French Grand Prix, Magny-Cours. July 14 -- British Grand Prix, Silverstone. July 28 -- German Grand Prix, Hockenheim. Aug. 11 -- Hungarian Grand Prix, Budapest. Aug. 25 -- Belgian Grand Prix, Spa-Francorchamps. Sept. 8 -- Italian Grand Prix, Monza. Sept. 22 -- Portuguese Grand Prix, Estoril. Oct. 13 -- Japanese Grand Prix, Suzuka. |H

Ferrari (chassis - Ferrari F310, engine - Ferrari V10) 1. Michael Schumacher (Germany, age 27). Career record: races 69, wins 19, pole positions 10, fastest laps 23, points 301. Defending world champion Championships - 2 (1994, 1995). 2. Eddie Irvine (Britain, 30) 32, 0, 0, 0, 17.

Benetton (Benetton B196, Renault V10). Defending constructors' champions 3. Jean Alesi (France, 31) 102, 1, 1, 2, 142. 4. Gerhard Berger (Austria, 36) 180, 9, 11, 18, 337.

Williams (Williams FW18, Renault V10) 5. Damon Hill (Britain, 35) 51, 13, 11, 14, 229. 6. Jacques Villeneuve (Canada, 24) -, -, -, -, -.

McLaren (McLaren MP4/11, Mercedes V10) 7. Mika Hakkinen (Finland, 27) 63, 0, 0, 0, 60. 8. David Coulthard (Britain, 24) 25, 1, 5, 4, 63.

Ligier (Ligier JS 43, Mugen V10) 9. Olivier Panis (France, 29) 33, 0, 0, 0, 25. 10. Pedro Diniz (Brazil, 25) 17, 0, 0, 0, 0.

Jordan (Jordan 196, Peugeot V10) 11. Rubens Barrichello (Brazil, 23) 48, 0, 1, 0, 32. 12. Martin Brundle (Britain, 36) 142, 0, 0, 0, 90.

Sauber (Sauber C15, Ford V10) 14. Johnny Herbert (Britain, 31) 80, 2, 0, 0, 63. 15. Heinz-Harald Frentzen (Germany, 28) 32, 0, 0, 0, 22.

Footwork (Footwork FA17, Hart V8) 16. Jos Verstappen (Netherlands, 24) 15, 0, 0, 0, 10. 17. Ricardo Rosset (Brazil, ) -, -, -, -, -.

Tyrrell (Tyrrell 024, Yamaha V10) 18. Ukyo Katayama (Japan, 32) 61, 0, 0, 0, 5. 19. Mika Salo (Finland, 28) 19, 0, 0, 0, 5.

Minardi (Minard M195B, Ford V8) 20. Pedro Lamy (Portugal, 23) 16, 0, 0, 0, 1. 21. Taki Inoue (Japan, 32) 17, 0, 0, 0, 0.

Forti (Forti FGO1-95B, Ford V8) 22. Andrea Montermini (Italy, 31) 17, 0, 0, 0, 0. 23. Luca Badoer (Italy, 25) 29, 0, 0, 0, 0.

1995 Race Winners Brazilian GP: Michael Schumacher Argentine GP: Damon Hill San Marino GP: Damon Hill Spanish GP: Michael Schumacher Monaco GP: Michael Schumacher Canadian GP: Jean Alesi French GP: Michael Schumacher British GP: Johnny Herbert German GP: Michael Schumacher Hungarian GP: Damon Hill Belgian GP: Michael Schumacher Italian GP: Johnny Herbert Portuguese GP: David Coulthard European GP: Michael Schumacher Pacific GP: Michael Schumacher Japanese GP: Michael Schumacher Australian GP: Damon Hill

Formula One World Championship Standings Final Drivers 1, Michael Schumacher, Germany, 102 points. 2, Damon Hill, Britain, 69. 3, David Coulthard, Britain, 49. 4, Johnny Herbert, Britain, 45. 5, Jean Alesi, France, 42. 6, Gerhard Berger, Austria, 31. 7, Mika Hakkinen, Finland, 17. 8, Olivier Panis, France, 16. 9, Heinz-Harald Frentzen, Germany, 15. 10, Mark Blundell, Britain, 13. 11, Rubens Barrichello, Brazil, 11. 12, Eddie Irvine, Britain, 10. 13, Martin Brundle, Britain, 7. 14, Gianni Morbidelli, Italy, 5. (tie), Mika Salo, Finland, 5. 16, Jean Christophe-Bouillon, France, 3. 17, Aguri Suzuki, Japan, 1. (tie), Pedro Lamy, Portugal, 1.

Constructors 1, Benetton-Renault, 137. 2, Williams-Renault, 112. 3, Ferrari, 73. 4, McLaren-Mercedes, 30. 5, Ligier Mugen-Honda, 24. 6, Jordan-Peugeot, 21. (tie), Sauber Ford-Cosworth, 18. 8, Footwork-Hart, 5. 9, Tyrrell-Yamaha, 5. 10, Minardi-Ford, 1.

BC-Sports-Auto Racing-Formula One Titles,0140 Most Formula One Titles By The Associated Press

Five Juan Manual Fangio, Argentina Four Alain Prost, France Three Jack Brabham, Australia Niki Lauda, Austria Nelson Piquet, Brazil Ayrton Senna, Brazil Jackie Stewart, Britain Two Alberto Ascari, Italy Jim Clark, Britain Emerson Fittipaldi, Brazil Graham Hill, Britain Michael Schumacher, Germany One Mario Andretti, United States Guiseppe Farina, Italy Mike Hawthorn, Britain Phil Hill, United States Denny Hulme, New Zealand James Hunt, Britain Alan Jones, Australia Nigel Mansel, England Jochen Rindt, Austria Keke Rosberg, Finland Jody Scheckter, South Africa John Surtees, Britain

BC-Sports-Auto Racing-Formula One Champions,0518 Formula One Champions By The Associated Press Drivers

1950--Guiseppe Farina, Italy, Alfa Romeo 1951--Juan Manel Fangio, Argentina, Alfa Romeo 1952--Alberto Ascari, Italy, Ferrari 1953--Alberto Ascari, Italy, Ferrari 1954--Juan Manuel Fangio, Argentina, Maserati 1955--Juan Manuel Fangio, Argentina, Lancia-Ferrari 1956--Juan Manuel Fangio, Argentina, Mercedes-Benz 1957--Juan Manuel Fangio, Argentina, Maserati-Mercedes 1958--Mike Hawthorn, Britain, Ferrari 1959--Jack Brabham, Australia, Cooper-Climax 1960--Jack Brabham, Australia, Cooper-Climax 1961--Phil Hill, United States, Ferrari 1962--Graham Hill, Britain, BRM 1963--Jim Clark, Britain, Lotus-Climax 1964--John Surtees, Britain, Ferrari 1965--Jim Clark, Britain, Lotus-Climax 1966--Jack Brabham, Australia, Brabham-Repco 1967--Denny Hulme, New Zealand, Brabham-Repco 1968--Graham Hill, Britain, Lotus-Ford 1969--Jackie Stewart, Scotland, Matra-Ford 1970--Jochen Rindt, Austria, Lotus-Ford 1971--Jackie Stewart, Scotland, Tyrrell-Ford 1972--Emerson Fittipaldi, Brazi, Lotus-Ford 1973--Jackie Stewart, Scotland, Tyrrell-Ford 1974--Emerson Fittipaldi, Brazil, McLaren-Ford 1975--Niki Lauda, Austria, Ferrari 1976--James Hunt, Britain, McLaren-Ford 1977--Niki Lauda, Austria, Ferrari 1978--Mario Andretti, United States, Lotus-Ford 1979--Jody Scheckter, South Africa, Ferrari 1980--Alan Jones, Australia, Williams-Ford 1981--Nelson Piquet, Brazil, Brabham-Ford 1982--Keke Rosberg, Finland, Williams-Ford 1983--Nelson Piquet, Brazil, Brabham-BMW 1984--Niki Lauda, Austria, McLaren-TAG 1985--Alain Prost, France, McLaren-TAG 1986--Alain Prost, France, McLaren-TAG 1987--Nelson Piquet, Brazil, Williams-Honda 1988--Ayrton Senna, Brazil, McLaren-Honda 1989--Alain Prost, France, McLaren-Honda 1990--Ayrton Senna, Brazil, McLaren-Honda 1991--Ayrton Senna, Brazil, McLaren-Honda 1992--Nigel Mansel, England, Williams-Renault 1993--Alain Prost, France, Williams-Renault 1994--Michael Schumacher, Germany, Benetton-Ford 1995--Michael Schumacher, Germany, Benetton-Renault |B=Constructors 1958--Vanwall 1959--Cooper-Climax 1960--Cooper-Climax 1961--Ferrari 1962--BRM 1963--Lotus-Climax 1964--Ferrari 1965--Lotus-Climax 1966--Brabham-Repco 1967--Brabham-Repco 1968--Lotus-Ford 1969--Matra-Ford 1970--Lotus-Ford 1971--Tyrell-Ford 1972--Lotus-Ford 1973--Lotus-Ford 1974--McLaren-Ford 1975--Ferrari 1976--Ferrari 1977--Ferrari 1978--Lotus-Ford 1979--Ferrari 1980--Williams-Ford 1981--Willaims-Ford 1982--Ferrari 1983--Ferrari 1984--McLaren-Porsche 1995--McLaren-TAG 1986--Williams-Honda 1987--Williams-Honda 1988--McLaren-Honda 1989--McLaren-Honda 1990--McLaren-Honda 1991--McLaren-Honda 1992--Williams-Renault 1993--Williams-Renault 1994-Williams-Renault 1995--Benetton-Renault

BC-Sports-Auto Racing-Formula One-Victory Leaders,0160 All-Time Formula One Victory Leaders By The Associated Press 51 -- Alain Prost, France. 41 -- Ayrton Senna, Brazil. 31 -- Nigel Mansell, Britain. 27 -- Jackie Stewart, Britain. 25 -- Jim Clark, Britain; Niki Lauda, Austria. 24 -- y-Juan-Manuel Fangio, Argentina. 23 -- Nelson Piquet, Brazil. 19 -- x-Michael Schumacher, Germany. 16 -- y-Stirling Moss, Britain. 14 -- Jack Brabham, Australia; Emmerson Fittipaldi, Brazil; Graham Hill, Britain. 13 -- Alberto Ascari, Italy; x-Damon Hill, Britain. 12 -- Mario Andretti, United States; Alan Jones, Australia; Carlos Reutemann, Argentina. 10 -- James Hunt, Britain; Ronnie Peterson, Sweden; Jody Scheckter, South Africa. 9 -- x-Gerhard Berger, Austria. 8 -- Denis Hulme, New Zealand; Jacky Ickx, Belgium. x-still active in Formula One. y-includes team victories.

BC-Sports-Auto Racing-Formula One-Pole Leaders,0144 All-Time Formula One Pole Position Leaders By The Associated Press 65 -- Ayrton Senna, Brazil. 33 -- Jim Clark, Britain; Alain Prost, France. 32 -- Nigel Mansell, Britain. 28 -- Juan-Manuel Fangio, Argentina. 24 -- Niki Lauda, Austria; Nelson Piquet, Brazil. 18 -- Mario Andretti, United States; Rene Arnoux, France. 17 -- Jackie Stewart, Britain. 16 -- Stirling Moss, Britain. 14 -- Alberto Ascari, Italy; James Hunt, Britain; Ronnie Peterson, Sweden. 13 -- Jack Brabham, Australia; Graham Hill, Britain; Jacky Ickx, Belgium. 12 -- x- Michael Schumacher, Germany. 11 -- x-Gerhard Berger, Austria; x-Damon Hill, Britain. 10 -- Jochen Rindt, Austria. 8 -- Riccardo Patrese, Italy; John Surtees, Britain. x-active in Formula One

BC-Sports-Auto Racing-Formula One Deaths,0275 Formula One Driver Deaths By The Associated Press Deaths of drivers from injuries incurred in sanctioned Formula One Grand Prix events (Indianapolis 500 deaths not included): July 31, 1954--Onofre Marimon, Argentina, German GP qualifying. July 6, 1958--Luigi Musso, Italy, French GP. Aug. 3, 1958--Peter Collins, Britain, German GP. Oct. 19, 1958--Stuart Lewis-Evans, Britain, Moroccan GP. June 19, 1960--Chris Bristow, Britain; Alan Stacey, Britain; Belgian GP. Sept. 10, 1961--Wolfgang Von Trips, West Germany, Italian GP. Aug. 2, 1964--Carel Godin de Beaufort, Netherlands, German GP qualifying. Aug. 7, 1966--John Taylor, Britain, German GP. May 10, 1967--Lorenzo Bandini, Italy, Monaco GP. July 7, 1968--Jo Schlesser, Austria, French GP. Aug. 2, 1969--Gerhard Mitter, West Germany, German GP qualifying. June 7, 1970--Piers Courage, Britain, Dutch GP. Sept. 5, 1970--Jochen Rindt, Austria, Italian GP qualifying. July 29, 1973--Roger Williamson, Britain, Dutch GP. Oct. 7, 1973--Francois Cevert, France, U.S. GP qualifying. Oct. 6, 1974--Helmuth Koinigg, Austria, U.S. GP. Aug. 19, 1975--Mark Donahue, United States, Asutrian GP qualifying. May 5, 1977--Tom Pryce, Britain, South African GP. Sept. 10, 1978--Ronnie Peterson, Sweden, Italian GP. May, 8, 1982--Gilles Villeneuve, Canada, Belgian GP qualifying. June 13, 1982--Ricardo Paletti, Italy, Canadian GP. April 30, 1994--Roland Ratzenberger, Austria, San Marino GP qualifying. May 1, 1994--Ayrton Senna, Brazil, San Marino GP. ------------------------------------------------------------------- Peksujeff pranta@levi.urova.fi Media Designer \//// Life's hard then you die University Of Lapland -|o (Patrick Dempsey) -------------------------------------------------------------------

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Series Formula 1
Drivers Eddie Irvine , Jos Verstappen , Johnny Herbert , Luca Badoer , Michael Schumacher , Heinz-Harald Frentzen , Rubens Barrichello , Jean Alesi , David Coulthard , Mika Hakkinen , Olivier Panis , Jacques Villeneuve , Roger Williams , Gerhard Berger , Mika Salo , Nigel Mansell , Mark Blundell , Pedro Lamy , Martin Brundle , Jackie Stewart , Alberto Ascari , Peter Collins , Phil Hill , Mario Andretti , Jim Clark , Denny Hulme , Ricardo Rosset , Carlos Reutemann , Niki Lauda , Alain Prost , Alan Jones , Ayrton Senna , Riccardo Patrese , Damon Hill , Gilles Villeneuve , René Arnoux , Jacky Ickx , Nelson Piquet , Juan Manuel Fangio , Keke Rosberg , Andrea Montermini , Ukyo Katayama , Emerson Fittipaldi , Stirling Moss , Jack Brabham , Aguri Suzuki , John Taylor , Taki Inoue , Gianni Morbidelli , Jody Scheckter , John Surtees , Roland Ratzenberger , Graham Hill , Patrick Dempsey , Ronnie Peterson , James Hunt , François Cévert , Pedro Diniz , Jochen Rindt
Teams Ferrari , Mercedes , Sauber , McLaren , Williams , Benetton , Minardi , Jordan