Niki Lauda remembered: All 25 of his F1 wins

Three-time Formula 1 World Champion Niki Lauda, who passed away on Monday, won 25 Grands Prix for Ferrari, Brabham and McLaren during his glittering career. Here they all are, click on the arrows on the images to scroll through them.

1974 Spanish GP
1974 Spanish GP
1/25

Photo by: Sutton Images

1974 Dutch GP
1974 Dutch GP
2/25

Photo by: Motorsport Images

1975 Monaco GP
1975 Monaco GP
3/25

Photo by: Motorsport Images

1975 Belgian GP
1975 Belgian GP
4/25

Photo by: Rainer W. Schlegelmilch / Motorsport Images

1975 Swedish GP
1975 Swedish GP
5/25

Photo by: Rainer W. Schlegelmilch / Motorsport Images

1975 French GP
1975 French GP
6/25

Photo by: Motorsport Images

1975 US GP
1975 US GP
7/25

Photo by: Ercole Colombo

1976 Brazilian GP
1976 Brazilian GP
8/25

Photo by: Motorsport Images

1976 South African GP
1976 South African GP
9/25

Photo by: Motorsport Images

1976 Belgian GP
1976 Belgian GP
10/25

Photo by: Motorsport Images

1976 Monaco GP
1976 Monaco GP
11/25

Photo by: Rainer W. Schlegelmilch / Motorsport Images

1976 British GP
1976 British GP
12/25

Photo by: Motorsport Images

1977 South African GP
1977 South African GP
13/25

Photo by: Sutton Images

1977 German GP
1977 German GP
14/25

Photo by: Motorsport Images

1977 Dutch GP
1977 Dutch GP
15/25

Photo by: Sutton Images

1978 Swedish GP
1978 Swedish GP
16/25

Photo by: Motorsport Images

1978 Italian GP
1978 Italian GP
17/25

Photo by: Motorsport Images

1982 US GP West
1982 US GP West
18/25

Photo by: Motorsport Images

1982 British GP
1982 British GP
19/25

Photo by: Jean-Philippe Legrand

1984 South African GP
1984 South African GP
20/25

Photo by: Motorsport Images

1984 French GP
1984 French GP
21/25

Photo by: Motorsport Images

1984 British GP
1984 British GP
22/25

Photo by: Jean-Philippe Legrand

1984 Austrian GP
1984 Austrian GP
23/25

Photo by: Motorsport Images

1984 Italian GP
1984 Italian GP
24/25

Photo by: Rainer W. Schlegelmilch / Motorsport Images

1985 Dutch GP
1985 Dutch GP
25/25

Photo by: Motorsport Images

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