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The 5 Formula 1 drivers with the most titles in history

Formula 1 has been the highest category of world motorsports for more than 70 years and has had great legends of the motor world throughout its his


Formula 1 has been the highest category of world motorsports for more than 70 years and has had great legends of the motor world throughout its history. Below we present who are the top 5 winners of this important championship.

Alain Prost managed to win his fourth and last Formula 1 championship in the 1993 season with Williams

Frenchman Alain Prost was one of the great stars of F1 between the 80s and 90s, being the opposite of legends like Ayrton Senna and Nelson Piquet. He added three championships with McLaren and then got one more to retire aboard the Williams team in 1993.

Sebastian Vettel was the great dominator of Formula 1 between 2010 and 2013 reaching four championships

After the retirement of Michael Schumacher, it was precisely Vettel who returned to chain multiple championships in F1, being the leader of the Red Bull team in its emergence and winning four times in a row from the 2010 season.

The Argentine Juan Manuel Fangio was the first great star in the history of Formula 1

Formula 1 met its first great legend in the Argentine Juan Manuel Fangio, who aboard Alfa Romeo, Maserati, Ferrari and Mercedes single-seaters won five of the first seven championships in the highest category of motorsport.

Englishman Lewis Hamilton tied for the Formula 1 championship lead with his seventh title of the 2020 season

Hamilton won his first title in 2008 with McLaren and from then on he had to fight to get back into the top of F1 drivers, but he did it in the best way, winning six titles in a matter of seven years between 2014 and 2020. He is perhaps the only active rider with a real shot at winning eight championships.

Michael Schumacher managed to be the maximum dominator of Formula 1 between 1994 and 2004

There was no more dominant figure in Formula 1 for more than a decade than Michael Schumacher, who between 1994 and 2004 managed to win seven championships, two with Benetton and then five in a row with Ferrari. Now the German is fighting for his life after suffering an accident when he was practicing a high-risk sport.