RACING RECORD

Get a breakdown of all the key moments and milestones the Team has achieved over the past decade of racing. 55 Wins, 58 Poles, 148 Podiums, 54 Fastest Laps, 8 World Championships and counting...

2017

HIGHLIGHTS:
• Max wins the Mexican Grand Prix to take his second win of the season
• The Team get a double podium in Japan with Max 2nd and Daniel 3rd
• Max takes his first win of the season in Malaysia
• Double podium for the Team in Malaysia with Max taking 1st place and Daniel 3rd
• Team's 100th podium in China
• Daniel's 20th podium in Monaco
• Daniel's first win of the season in Azerbaijan
• The Austrian Grand Prix marked Daniel's fifth consecutive podium

PODIUMS:
• 3rd Chinese Grand Prix (Max Verstappen)
• 3rd Spanish Grand Prix (Daniel Ricciardo)
• 3rd Monaco Grand Prix (Daniel Ricciardo)
• 3rd Canadian Grand Prix (Daniel Ricciardo)
• 1st Azerbaijan Grand Prix (Daniel Ricciardo)
• 3rd Austrian Grand Prix (Daniel Ricciardo)
• 3rd Belgian Grand Prix (Daniel Ricciardo)
• 2nd Singapore Grand Prix (Daniel Ricciardo
• 1st Malaysian Grand Prix (Max Verstappen)
• 3rd Malaysian Grand Prix (Daniel Ricciardo)
• 2nd Japanese Grand Prix (Max Verstappen)
• 3rd Japanese Grand Prix (Daniel Ricciardo)
• 1st Mexican Grand Prix (Max Verstappen)

 

2016

HIGHLIGHTS:
• 2nd Constructors' Championship
• 3rd Drivers' Championship (Daniel Ricciardo)
  - One Win
  - Seven additional podium finishes
• 1st and 2nd at the Malaysian Grand Prix
• 468 Championship points
• 16 podiums

WINS:
• Win Spanish Grand Prix (Max Verstappen)
• Win Malaysian Grand Prix (Daniel Ricciardo)

PODIUMS:
• 3rd Chinese Grand Prix (Daniil Kyvat)
• 2nd Monaco Grand Prix (Daniel Ricciardo)
• 2nd Austrian Grand Prix (Max Verstappen)
• 2nd British Grand Prix (Max Verstappen)
• 3rd Hungarian Grand Prix (Daniel Ricciardo)
• 2nd German Grand Prix (Daniel Ricciardo)
• 3rd German Grand Prix (Max Verstappen)
• 2nd Belgium Grand Prix (Daniel Ricciardo)
• 2nd Singapore Grand Prix (Daniel Ricciardo)
• 2nd Malaysian Grand Prix (Max Verstappen)
• 2nd Japanese Grand Prix (Max Verstappen)
• 3rd United States Grand Prix (Daniel Ricciardo)
• 3rd Mexican Grand Prix (Daniel Ricciardo)
• 3rd Brazilian Grand Prix (Max Verstappen)

 

2015

HIGHLIGHTS:
• 4th Constructors' Championship
• 187 Championship points
• Double podium (2nd and 3rd) at the Hungarian Grand Prix

PODIUMS:
• 2nd Singapore Grand Prix (Daniel Ricciardo)
• 2nd Hungarian Grand Prix (Daniil Kyvat)
• 3rd Hungarian Grand Prix (Daniel Ricciardo)

 

2014

HIGHLIGHTS:
• 2nd Constructors' Championship
• 3rd Drivers' Championship (Daniel Ricciardo)
  - Three Wins
  - Nine additional podium finishes
• 405 Championship points
• Claimed the Team's 50th Grand Prix victory in Belgium.

WINS:
• Win Canadian Grand Prix (Daniel Ricciardo)
• Win Hungarian Grand Prix (Daniel Ricciardo)
• Win Belgian Grand Prix (Daniel Ricciardo)


PODIUMS:
• 3rd Malaysian Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• 3rd Spanish Grand Prix (Daniel Ricciardo)
• 3rd Monaco Grand Prix (Daniel Ricciardo)
• 3rd Canadian Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• 3rd British Grand Prix (Daniel Ricciardo)
• 2nd Singapore Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• 3rd Singapore Grand Prix (Daniel Ricciardo)
• 3rd Japanese Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• 3rd US Grand Prix (Daniel Ricciardo)

 

2013

HIGHLIGHTS:
• 4th Consecutive Drivers' (Sebastian Vettel) and Constructors' Championship (2013)
  - 13 Wins
  - 11 additional podium finishes
• 1st and 2nd in the Malaysian, Japanese, Abu Dhabi and Brazilian Grand Prix
• 596 Championship points
• Broke the record for most consecutive wins in a single season (9, Sebastian Vettel)

WINS:
• Win Malaysian Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Win Bahrain Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Win Belgian Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Win Canadian Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Win German Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Win Belgium Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Win Italian Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Win Singapore Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Win Korean Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Win Japanese Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Win US Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Win Indian GP (Sebastian Vettel)
• Win Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Win Brazilian Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)

PODIUMS:
• Second Malaysian Grand Prix (Mark Webber)
• Third Monaco Grand Prix (Mark Webber)
• Second British Grand Prix (Mark Webber)
• Second Italian Grand Prix (Mark Webber)
• Second Japanese Grand Prix (Mark Webber)
• Second Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (Mark Webber)
• Third US Grand Prix (Mark Webber)
• Second Brazilian Grand Prix (Mark Webber)

2012

HIGHLIGHTS:
• 2012 Drivers' (Sebastian Vettel) and Constructors' Championship
  - 7 Wins
  - 8 Pole Positions
  - 7 additional podium finishes
• 460 Championship points
• 1st and 2nd Korean Grand Prix
• One Of Four Teams To Win Three Consecutive Formula One Titles
• One Of Three Drivers To Have Won Three Consecutive Championships (Sebastian Vettel)
• Youngest Ever Triple World Champion (Sebastian Vettel)

WINS:
• Win Bahrain Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Win Monaco Grand Prix (Mark Webber)
• Win British Grand Prix (Mark Webber)
• Win Singapore Grand Prix (Mark Webber)
• Win Japan Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Win Korean Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Win Indian Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)

PODIUMS:
• Third British Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Second Korean Grand Prix (Mark Webber)
• Third Indian Grand Prix (Mark Webber)
• Second Australian Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Second Belgian Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Third Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Second United States Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)

 

2011

HIGHLIGHTS:
• 2011 Drivers' And Constructors' World Champions – Twice In A Row The Team Was On The Podium At Every Race In 2011 Except For One (Abu Dhabi)
  - 12 Wins
  - 18 Pole Positions
  - 15 Additional Podium Finishes
• Record: Most Poles Achieved By A Team In A Season
• Record: Most Poles Achieved By A Driver In A Season (2011)
• Record: Most Laps Led By A Driver In A Season (2011)
• 650 Championship Points

WINS:
• Win Australia Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Win Malaysia Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Win Turkey Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Win Spain Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Win Monaco Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Win Europe Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Win Belgium Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Win Italy Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Win Singapore Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Win Korea Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Win India Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Win Brazil Grand Prix (Mark Webber)

PODIUMS:
• Second Turkey Grand Prix (Mark Webber)
• Second China Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Third China Grand Prix (Mark Webber)
• Second Canada Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Third Canada Grand Prix (Mark Webber)
• Third Europe Grand Prix (Mark Webber)
• Second British Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Third British Grand Prix (Mark Webber)
• Third German Grand Prix (Mark Webber)
• Second Hungary Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Second Belgium Grand Prix (Mark Webber)
• Third Singapore Grand Prix (Mark Webber)
• Third Japan Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Third Korean Grand Prix (Mark Webber)
• Second Brazil Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)

 

2010

HIGHLIGHTS:
• 2010 Drivers' (Sebastian Vettel) And Constructors' World Champions
 - 9 Wins
 - 15 Pole Positions
 - 11 Additional Podium Finishes
• In Only 6 Seasons Youngest Ever F1 World Champion (Sebastian Vettel)
• Vettel Awarded Driver Of The Year - 15 Pole Positions In The Year
• 498 Championship Points

WINS:
• Win Malaysia Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Win Spain Grand Prix (Mark Webber)
• Win Monaco Grand Prix (Mark Webber)
• Win Europe Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Win British Grand Prix (Mark Webber)
• Win Hungary Grand Prix (Mark Webber)
• Win Japan Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Win Brazil Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Win Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)

PODIUMS:
• Second Monaco Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Second Malaysia Grand Prix (Mark Webber)
• Third Spain Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Third Turkey Grand Prix (Mark Webber)
• Third Hungary Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Second Belgium Grand Prix (Mark Webber)
• Third Germany Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Second Singapore Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Third Singapore Grand Prix (Mark Webber)
• Second Japan Grand Prix (Mark Webber)
• Second Brazil Grand Prix (Mark Webber)

 

2009

HIGHLIGHTS:
• 2nd in Drivers' (Sebastian Vettel) And Constructors' World Championship
  - 6 Wins
  - 5 Pole Positions
  - 10 Additional Podium Finishes
• Record: Most Poles Achieved By A Team In A Season
• Record: Most Poles Achieved By A Driver In A Season (2011)
• Record: Most Laps Led By A Driver In A Season (2011)
• 153.5 Championship Points
• World Championship First Pole Position Chinese Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• First Team Win in China with 1st (Sebastian Vettel) and 2nd (Mark Webber)

WINS:
• Win Chinese Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Win British Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Win German Grand Prix (Mark Webber)
• Win Japan Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Win Brazil Grand Prix (Mark Webber)
• Win Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)

PODIUMS:
• Second Chinese Grand Prix (Mark Webber)
• Second British Grand Prix (Mark Webber)
• Second German Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Second Bahrain Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Third Spain Grand Prix (Mark Webber)
• Second Turkey Grand Prix (Mark Webber)
• Third Turkey Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Third Hungary Grand Prix (Mark Webber)
• Third Belgium Grand Prix (Sebastian Vettel)
• Second Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (Mark Webber)

 

2005-2008

• 2008 Seventh In Constructors' World Championship
• 2008 First Ever Front Row On The Grid, P2 In Qualifying At Silverstone (Mark Webber)
• 2008 Third Canada Grand Prix (DC)
• 2008 David Coulthard Retires from Formula 1
• 2007 Fifth In Constructors' World Championship
• 2007 Third Europe Grand Prix (Mark Webber) (Webber's First Podium With The Team)
• 2006 Third Monaco Grand Prix (David Coulthard) (First Podium)
• 2006 Seventh In Constructors' World Championship
• 2006 Mark Webber Signs For The Team
• 2005 Seventh In Constructors' World Championship In First Racing Season
• 2005 First F1 Points For The Team – Australian Grand Prix (David Coulthard 4th And Christian Klien 7th)
• 2005 Adrian Newey Signs For The Team