F1 Records: Most wins at a single circuit

Check out the F1 records for the most wins at a single circuit. Find out which drivers have dominated specific tracks, their impressive achievements, and how they made history in Formula 1 racing.

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Formula 1, one of the world's top racing events, consists of a series of races known as the Grand Prix. British Grand Prix, organised in the United Kingdom by Motorsport UK, is one of the notable racing events. Since becoming a round of the FIA Formula One World Championship in 1950, the British GP has hosted many exciting races.

The 2024 tournament also witnessed such thrilling contests, making it one of the most epic racing events of the season. British icon Lewis Hamilton eventually won the final race on Sunday, July 7, ending his F1 race-win drought with a record-breaking triumph at Silverstone. Let's take a look at the racers with the most wins at a single circuit.

Here are the five players who have registered most wins at a single circuit  

5. Alain Prost - 5

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Former French racer and Formula 1 team owner Alain Prost is last in this top five list with five wins at a circuit. Silverstone and Jacarepagua were his favourite track. Prost is fourth in the list of F1 drivers who have won at the most circuits – 22 wins. Notably, the 69-year-old is a four-time Formula One World Drivers' Champion. He also held the record for most Grand Prix victories until Michael Schumacher surpassed his 51 wins at the 2001 Belgian Grand Prix.

4. Graham Hill - 5

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One of the greatest racers of his generation, Norman Graham Hill was the Formula One World Champion twice (1962 and 1968). The British driver was also runner-up on three occasions (1963, 1964 and 1965). Hill has five wins at a single circuit, but it is noteworthy that he is not in the top 20 list of F1 drivers with the most circuit wins.

3. Ayrton Senna - 6

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Ayrton Senna was one of three Formula One drivers from Brazil to become World Champion. The Brazilian superstar achieved glory in 1988, 1990, and 1991. Senna has recorded six wins at a single circuit and 17 victories in overall. He has also won 41 Grands Prix and set 65 pole positions.

2. Michael Schumacher - 8

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The former German racing driver Michael Schumacher is one of the greatest in the sport. Magny Cours is Schumacher’s favourite track, where he won the French Grand Prix a record eight times during his illustrious career. The 55-year-old is third in the list of F1 drivers with most circuit wins. He registered his only win at Shanghai International Circuit in 2006 and claimed his 23rd circuit win.

1. Lewis Hamilton - 9

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With his latest victory at the British GP on July 7, Lewis Hamilton has broken legendary Schumacher's record for most wins on a single track in F1 history. It was the seven-time Formula One World Drivers' Champion’s 9th victory at Silverstone. At 39 years and six months old, Hamilton has also become the oldest driver to win a Formula 1 race in the 21st century, surpassing Kimi Raikkonen's record.

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