"The difficult thing is not to arrive, but to maintain". That goes the saying that is nothing more than a reality. The Formula 1 It has had hundr
Who are the drivers with the most races in the history of Formula 1? The complete list
“The difficult thing is not to arrive, but to maintain”. That goes the saying that is nothing more than a reality. The Formula 1 It has had hundreds of riders during all its seasons, but only a privileged few have managed to string together several consecutive seasons.
During the last years the Máxima has expanded horizons and not only runs in new places in the world, but also has more and more races. This benefited current generations and there are three drivers within the historical top 10 who will race in the 2022 season.
After the retirement of the Finn Kimi raikkonen in the last race of 2021, the top record is 350 events. However, if everything goes through the normal lanes and taking into account that the season will have 23 races, Fernando Alonso will get over it.
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Two other riders who will reach the figure of 300 GP will be Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel. While, Sergio Perez and Daniel Ricciardo They will cut differences to possibly get into the top 10 during 2023.
The drivers with the most races in F1 history
number of races
1 Kimi Raikkonen Finland 350 GP Abu Dhabi 2021
2 Fernando Alonso* Spain 343 British GP 2022
3 Rubens Barrichello Brazil 323 Brazilian GP 2011
4 Michael Schumacher Germany 307 Brazilian GP 2012
5 Jenson Button Great Britain 306 Monaco GP 2017
6 Lewis Hamilton* Great Britain 298 British GP 2022
7 Sebastian Vettel* Germany 287 British GP 2022
8 Felipe Massa Brazil 269 GP Abu Dhabi 2017
9 Riccardo Pastrese Italy 256 Australian GP 1993
10 Jarno Trulli Italy 252 Brazilian GP 2011
* They remain active in the 2022 season