Gallery: Ferrari’s youngest and oldest first-time F1 race winners

Charles Leclerc became the youngest-ever winner of a Formula 1 race for Ferrari at the 2019 Belgian Grand Prix, beating the record held by Jacky Ickx for over 50 years.

Gallery: Ferrari’s youngest and oldest first-time F1 race winners

Leclerc, who became F1’s 108th different race winner, also joins a distinguished list of drivers who won their first grand prix driving a Ferrari.

Here are the top five youngest first-time Ferrari winners in grand prix history (age in years, months, days)…

1: Charles Leclerc, 21 10 16, Belgium 2019
1: Charles Leclerc, 21 10 16, Belgium 2019
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2: Jacky Ickx, 23 06 06, France 1968
2: Jacky Ickx, 23 06 06, France 1968
2/5

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3: Mike Hawthorn, 24 02 25, France 1953
3: Mike Hawthorn, 24 02 25, France 1953
3/5

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4: Peter Collins, 24 06 28, Belgium 1956
4: Peter Collins, 24 06 28, Belgium 1956
4/5

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5: Niki Lauda, 25 02 06, Spain 1974
5: Niki Lauda, 25 02 06, Spain 1974
5/5

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And here are Ferrari's top five oldest first-time winners...

1: Piero Taruffi, 45 07 06, Switzerland 1952
1: Piero Taruffi, 45 07 06, Switzerland 1952
1/5

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2: Maurice Trintignant, 37 06 22, Monaco 1955
2: Maurice Trintignant, 37 06 22, Monaco 1955
2/5

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3: Phil Hill, 33 04 15, Italy 1960
3: Phil Hill, 33 04 15, Italy 1960
3/5

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4: Eddie Irvine, 33 03 25, Australia 1999
4: Eddie Irvine, 33 03 25, Australia 1999
4/5

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5: Patrick Tambay, 33 01 14, Germany 1982
5: Patrick Tambay, 33 01 14, Germany 1982
5/5

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