List of Winners of Formula One F1 Grand Prix 2021 : There are many Formula 1 Race events organized every year all over the world. Formula 1 Race is an important sports event that is asked in almost every competitive exam in GK/GA section from the sports section. 1 question is asked from the List of Formula 1 Race Winners in Bank & Insurance, SSC, Railways, etc. examinations.
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List of Winners of Formula One F1 Grand Prix 2021
Formula One (also Formula 1 or F1 and officially the FIA Formula One World Championship) is the highest class of single-seat auto racing that is sanctioned by the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA). The FIA Formula One World Championship has been the premier form of racing since the inaugural season in 1950, although other Formula One races were regularly held until 1983. The “formula”, designated in the name, refers to a set of rules, to which all participants’ cars must conform. A Formula One season consists of a series of races, known as Grands Prix (from French, meaning “grand prizes”), which are held worldwide on purpose-built circuits and public roads.
Total 17 Formula One Grand Prix has been completed in 2020. We will update the remaining “List of Formula One Grand Prix winners” as soon as they are completed. We advise you to save this page for future reference.
|1.||Bahrain Grand Prix 2021||Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes-Great Britain)|
|2.||Emilia Romagna F1 Grand Prix 2021||Max Verstappen (Red Bull – Netherlands)|
|3.||Portuguese Grand Prix 2021||Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes-Great Britain)|
|4.||Spanish Grand Prix 2021||Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes-Great Britain)|
|5.||Monaco Grand Prix||Max Verstappen (Red Bull – Netherlands)|
|6.||Azerbaijan Grand Prix||Sergio Perez (Mexico- Red Bull)|
Formula One Calendar 2021
|S.No||Grand Prix||Race date|
|1||Bahrain Grand Prix||28-Mar-21|
|2||Emilia Romagna Grand Prix||18-Apr-21|
|3||Portuguese Grand Prix||02-May-21|
|4||Spanish Grand Prix||09-May-21|
|5||Monaco Grand Prix||23-May-21|
|6||Azerbaijan Grand Prix||06-Jun-21|
|7||Turkish Grand Prix||13-Jun-21|
|8||French Grand Prix||27-Jun-21|
|9||Austrian Grand Prix||04-Jul-21|
|10||British Grand Prix||18-Jul-21|
|11||Hungarian Grand Prix||01-Aug-21|
|12||Belgian Grand Prix||29-Aug-21|
|13||Dutch Grand Prix||05-Sep-21|
|14||Italian Grand Prix||12-Sep-21|
|15||Russian Grand Prix||26-Sep-21|
|16||Singapore Grand Prix||03-Oct-21|
|17||Japanese Grand Prix||10-Oct-21|
|18||United States Grand Prix||24-Oct-21|
|19||Mexico City Grand Prix||31-Oct-21|
|20||Sao Paulo Grand Prix||07-Nov-21|
|21||Australian Grand Prix||21-Nov-21|
|22||Saudi Arabian Grand Prix||05-Dec-21|
|23||Abu Dhabi Grand Prix||12-Dec-21|
List of F1 Race Winners 2020
|Grand Prix||Winning driver||Winning|
|Austrian Grand Prix (5th June)||Valtteri Bottas||(Mercedes-finland)|
|Steiermark Grand prix (12th June)||Lewis Hamilton||(Mercedes-Britain)|
|Hungarian Grand Prix (19th June)||Lewis Hamilton||(Mercedes-Britain)|
|British Grand Prix (2nd August)||Lewis Hamilton||(Mercedes-Britain)|
|F1 70th Anniversary Grand Prix (9th August)||Max Emilian Verstappen||(Red Bull-Belgian-Dutch)|
|Spanish Grand Prix (16th August)||Lewis Hamilton||(Mercedes-Britain)|
|Belgian Grand Prix (30th August)||Lewis Hamilton||(Mercedes-Britain)|
|Italian Grand Prix (6th Sept.)||Pierre Gasly||(AlphaTauri-Honda- France)|
|Tuscan Grand Prix (13th Sept)||Lewis Hamilton||(Mercedes-Britain)|
|Russian Grand Prix (27th Sept.)||Valtteri Battas||(Mercedes-finland)|
|Eifel Grand Prix (11th October)||Lewis Hamilton||(Mercedes-Britain)|
|Portuguese Grand Prix (25th Oct.)||Lewis Hamilton||(Mercedes-Britain)|
|US Grand Prix||Cancel|
|Emilia Romagna Grand Prix (1st Nov)||Lewis Hamilton||(Mercedes-Britain)|
|Maxican Grand Prix||Cancel|
|Turkish Grand Prix (15th Nov.)||Lewis Hamilton||(Mercedes-Britain)|
|Bahrain Grand Prix (29th Nov.)||Lewis Hamilton||(Mercedes-Britain)|
|Sakhir Grand Prix (6th Dec.)||Sergio Perez||(Mercedes-Maxico)|
|Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (13th Dec.)||Max Verstappen||(Redbull-Belgian-Dutch)|
F1 Quiz Questions and Answers
1. In which country was the term ‘Grand Prix’ first used for a motor race?
France. This is a nice easy one to start you off!
2. Brazilian driver Rubens Barrichello broke an F1 record at the 2008 Turkish Grand Prix. What was it?
Most race starts. This race was his 257th start in F1, which broke the previous record set by Riccardo Patrese in 1993.
3. The first Formula 1 race took place in 1946 in Turin. Who was the winner of this race?
4. Which racing team has the nickname ‘The Prancing Horse’?
5. “The Iceman” is the nickname given to which Finnish Formula 1 World Champion?
6. What is the name of the youngest F1 driver to win a race?
Max Verstappen, who won the 2016 Spanish Grand Prix at age 18 driving for the Red Bull team.
7. The first official Formula 1 World Cup was held in Silverstone, UK in 1950. What was the name of the driver who came in first place?
Giuseppe Farina, who was driving for the Alpha Romeo team. Luigi Fagioli and Reg Parnell, who finished 2nd and 3rd respectively were also driving for the Alpha Romeo team.
8. Which racing team has the record for winning the most races in an F1 season?
Mercedes, who in 2016 won 19 out of 21 races. That was the season Rosberg won, and it was really exciting despite Mercedes dominating so much.
9. The oldest World Drivers’ Championship winner to date is Juan Manuel Fangio. How many years old was he when he achieved this in 1957?
46. Think Alonso or Hamilton will still be going at 46?
10. Which female driver was the first to ever score points in a Grand Prix?
Maria Grazia “Lella” Lombardi in the 1975 Spanish Grand Prix.
11. Sebastian Vettel is currently a driver for Aston Martin and holder of the title Youngest World Drivers’ Championship winner. Which country was he born in?
12. The Ferrari racing team have won over 200 F1 races. Which Ferrari driver won their 100th victory at the 1990 French Grand Prix?
13. Which team was Lewis Hamilton driving for when he won his first F1 World Championship title?
McLaren, in 2008. He has gone on to win 6 more championships since then, all with the Mercedes team.
14. Fernando Alonso won the F1 World Drivers’ Championship in 2005 and 2006. Which team was he driving for?
15. Michael Schumacher’s name is known worldwide for his racing talents. How many world titles did he win?
16. Team Haas competed in the F1 for which country?
The United States
17. For over 30 years, there were no F1 tournament participants from New Zealand. Who ended this streak at the 2017 United States Grand Prix?
Brendon Hartley, who drove for the Scuderia Toro Rosso team.
18. Which driver holds the longest streak of consecutive wins?
Sebastian Vettel, in 2013 he won 9 consecutive races. Consistency.
19. British racing driver George Russel made his F1 début in which Grand Prix race?
2019 Australian Grand Prix
20. Who holds the title for most F1 Grand Prix races won?
Lewis Hamilton, with 95 wins.
21. Which British Grand Prix track was last used for F1 races in 1986?
The Brands Hatch Circuit
22. At the 2005 United States Grand Prix, how many cars lined up on the grid?
23. In the 1976 season Niki Lauda survived a near fatal crash. At which track did this occur?
The Nurburgring, a German Grand Prix circuit.
24. The first race of the 1950 French Grand Prix was held at which track?
25. Jenson Button won the 2009 Formula One World Championship driving for which team?
Winners of Formula One F1 Grand Prix FAQs
Q. What is Formula1 racing?
Ans. Formula One (also known as Formula 1 or F1) is the highest class of international auto racing for single-seater formula racing cars sanctioned by the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA).
Q. When did Formula1 racing start?
Ans. Formula 1 racing originated during the 1920-30s in Europe. In 1946, the FIA standardized racing rules, and this formed the basis of Formula One racing. The inaugural Formula One World Drivers’ championship was then held in 1950, the first world championship series.
Q. How many Grand Prix will be there in F1 2021 season?
Ans. The 2021 calendar consists of twenty-three events, subject to a suitable financial arrangement being reached for the Canadian Grand Prix, the reinstatement of the suspended São Paulo Grand Prix contract, and permissive COVID-19 regulations set by local governments and the Formula One Group.
Q. How many drivers each F1 team has?
Ans. Each F1 team can have a maximum of four drivers per season.