F1 Constructors' Records

Since the first Formula One Constructors' Championship in 1958, Formula 1 teams have consistently strived to set and break records in the sport.

Historic teams like Ferrari, McLaren, and Mercedes have become some of the most successful teams in F1 history, showcasing innovation in everything from engineering to aerodynamics to strategic calls on the pit wall. Below is a compilation of Formula One Constructors’ records from races entered and started to wins since 1958.

Formula 1 Constructors Titles

Most Titles By Constructor

Titles By Year

YearConstructorPoints
1950's
1958Vanwall48
1959Cooper40
1960's
1960Cooper40
1961Ferrari40
1962BRM42
1963Team Lotus54
1964Ferrari45
1965Team Lotus54
1966Brabham BT2042
1967Brabham BT2467
1968Team Lotus62
1969Matra V1266
1970's
1970Team Lotus59
1971Tyrrell 00173
1972Team Lotus61
1973Tyrrell 00392
1974McLaren73
1975Ferrari72.5
1976Ferrari83
1977Ferrari95
1978Team Lotus86
1979Ferrari113
1980's
1980Williams120
1981Williams95
1982Ferrari74
1983Ferrari89
1984McLaren143.5
1985McLaren90
1986Williams98
1987Williams137
1988McLaren199
1989McLaren141
1990's
1990McLaren121
1991McLaren139
1992Williams164
1993Williams168
1994Williams118
1995Benetton B195129
1996Williams175
1997Williams131
1998McLaren156
1999Ferrari128
2000's
2000Ferrari170
2001Ferrari179
2002Ferrari221
2003Ferrari158
2004Ferrari262
2005Renault191
2006Renault206
2007Ferrari204
2008Ferrari172
2009Brawn GP172
2010's
2010Red Bull Racing498
2011Red Bull Racing650
2012Red Bull Racing460
2013Red Bull Racing596
2014Mercedes701
2015Mercedes703
2016Mercedes765
2017Mercedes668
2018Mercedes655
2019Mercedes739
2020's
2020Mercedes573
2021Mercedes613.5
2022Red Bull Racing759
2023Red Bull Racing860

Formula 1 Team Wins

Total Team Wins

WinsTeam
245Ferrari
184McLaren
125Mercedes
117Red Bull
114Williams
81Team Lotus
35Renault
35Brabham
27Benetton
23Tyrrell
17BRM
16Cooper
11Alfa Romeo
10Vanwall
9Maserati
9Matra
8Brawn GP
7Ligier
5Kurtis
4Jordan
3March
3Wolf
3Honda
3Watson
2Talbot
2Epperly
1Alpine
1Racing Point
1AlphaTauri
1Kuzma
1Toro Rosso
1BMW Sauber
1Stewart
1Porsche
1Shadow
1Eagle
1Penske
1Hesketh

Formula 1 Team Entries

Total Team Entries

Race EntriesTeam
2393Ferrari
1997McLaren
1626Williams
1537Lotus
984Brabham
885Tyrrell
788Renault
756Sauber
745Red Bull Racing
676Minardi
609Mercedes
585Arrows
583Ligier
558March
549BRM
536Toro Rosso
520Benetton
509Cooper
500Jordan
451Alfa Romeo
424Force India
416Maserati
336Haas
280Toyota
276Lola
258Surtees
250Osella
240Shadow
235BAR
212Kurtis
194Footwork
178BMW Sauber
170Jaguar
166Prost
166AlphaTauri
157Ensign
156ATS
155Fittipaldi
152Honda
148Aston Martin
145Marussia
144Dallara
137Alpine
136Zakspeed
128Toleman
125Gordini
124AGS
121Matra
116HRT
112Caterham

Formula 1 Team Podiums

Total Team Podiums

PodiumsTeam
824Ferrari
506McLaren
312Williams
289Mercedes
269Red Bull Racing
198Lotus
124Brabham
103Renault
102Benetton
77Tyrrell
61BRM
58Cooper
43Ligier
40Maserati
28Alfa Romeo
21March
21Matra
19Jordan
19Kurtis
17BMW Sauber
15BAR
15Brawn GP
14Vanwall
13Wolf
13Toyota
10Sauber
9Honda
9Aston Martin
8Arrows
7Talbot
7Shadow
7Hesketh
6Force India
5Epperly
5Stewart
5Porsche
5Watson
4Racing Point
4Alpine
3Toleman
3Kuzma
3Toro Rosso
3Lola
3Prost
3Fittipaldi
3Penske
2Deidt
2Surtees
2Automobiles Talbot-Darracq
2Gordini
2Eagle
2Dallara
2Jaguar
2AlphaTauri
1Connaught
1Scuderia Lancia
1Phillips
1Leyton House
1Lesovsky
1Onyx
1Footwork
1Frank Williams Racing Cars

Formula 1 Team Pole Positions

Total Team Pole Positions

Pole PositionsTeam
251Ferrari
156McLaren
138Mercedes
128Williams
109Lotus
102Red Bull Racing
51Renault
39Brabham
15Benetton
14Tyrrell
13Alfa Romeo
11BRM
11Cooper
10Maserati
8Ligier
8Vanwall
7Kurtis
5Brawn GP
5March
4Matra
3Watson
3Toyota
3Shadow
2Honda
2Jordan
2BAR
1Stewart
1Racing Point
1Force India
1Toro Rosso
1BMW Sauber
1Scuderia Lancia
1Wolf
1Porsche
1Toleman
1Talbot
1Arrows
1Ewing
1Lola

Formula 1 Team Points

Total Team Points

PointsTeam
10706.62Ferrari
7400Red Bull Racing
7399.64Mercedes
6705.5McLaren
3632Williams
2220Lotus
1777Renault
1046Force India
983Brabham
861.5Benetton
711Tyrrell
557Sauber
537.5BRM
500Toro Rosso
494.5Cooper
449Alpine
441Aston Martin
388Ligier
363Alfa Romeo
352BMW Sauber
312.93Maserati
307AlphaTauri
291Jordan
283Racing Point
278.5Toyota
256Haas
227BAR
185Matra
185March
172Brawn GP
156Honda
142Arrows
127.5Kurtis
108Vanwall
79Wolf
68.5Shadow
54Surtees
50Porsche
49Jaguar
48Hesketh
47Stewart
44Talbot
44Fittipaldi
44Epperly
43Lola
38Minardi
36Watson
35Prost
29.14Gordini
26Toleman
25Footwork
24Kuzma
23Penske
20Automobiles Talbot-Darracq
19Ensign
17Connaught
17Eagle
15Dallara
15RB
11BRP
10Deidt
10Lesovsky
9Scuderia Lancia
8Leyton House
7ATS
7Phillips
6Rial
6Larrousse
6Iso-Marlboro
6Parnelli
6Frank Williams Racing Cars
6Onyx
5Osella
5Lago
4Super Aguri
3Hill
3Frazer
3Vandervell
3Sherman
2Scuderia Milano
2Schroeder
2Theodore
2Marussia
2Zakspeed
2AGS
2HWM
1Spyker
1Tecno
1Manor Racing
1Trevis

History of Formula 1 Constructors’ Records

Formula 1, the pinnacle of motor racing, has a storied history marked by the achievements of its constructors. The teams behind the cars and drivers play a pivotal role in the sport’s evolution, with their records serving as milestones in F1’s journey.

Formula 1 Constructors’ history

The official Formula 1 World Championship began in 1950, but it wasn’t until 1958 that the Constructors’ Championship was introduced. This step by the FIA was introduced to reward the teams behind the drivers and recognise their commitment to the sport.

The first constructor to claim the 1958 title wasn’t Ferrari, as some might expect, but a team called Vanwall. A triumph for the team, it was also a significant moment in Formula 1 history, underscoring the evolving nature of the sport, where the combined efforts of drivers, engineers, and technical team members were integral to success.

The Dominance of Ferrari, Lotus, and BRM in the 1960s

Through the 1960s, F1 saw the likes of Ferrari, Lotus, and BRM dominating the gird, becoming some of the most successful constructors in the sport. Team Lotus stood out during this time, guided by the influential and visionary Colin Chapman, who introduced innovative approaches to aerodynamics and chassis design and saw the benefits of introducing sponsorship to the grid.

Ferrari, already a prominent name in motorsports, also continued to be a dominant force. The team’s success was driven by a combination of powerful engines, strategic calls, and some of the most talented drivers of the era, from Alberto Ascari to Juan Manuel Fangio and Mike Hawthorn, to name but a few.

This early period in F1 history started what would become an extremely competitive side of Formula 1. Ever since teams have pushed the envelope of engineering and technology and searched for ways to navigate the rule books set by the governing bodies and find that extra edge in the battle for the Constructors’ Championship.

1970s to early 1980s

Ferrari, McLaren, and Williams emerged as the teams to beat during this time. With the best engineers and biggest budgets, teams like Ferrari in the 1970s benefited from legendary driver Niki Lauda and the all-seeing eye of owner Enzo Ferrari. The 1980s saw McLaren and Williams rise to the top, with their cars using groundbreaking designs like carbon fibre chassis design and turbocharged engines.

Late 1980s and Early 1990s

McLaren continued winning into the late 1980s, thanks to their successful engine partnership with Honda. With a chassis design based around the Honda’s powerful and reliable engines, they became an unstoppable force to beat.

The era also saw the intense rivalry between Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost. Both drivers, with distinct driving styles, raced for McLaren and pushed each other to the limits. The late 1980s saw controversial on-track moments from the pair that determined the outcome of multiple Drivers’ Championships.

While their car and drivers were almost unbeatable at times, it was the leadership of Ron Dennis who was instrumental in maintaining a status quo at the team. Managing the occasionally contentious Senna and Prost moments, he was able to drive the team to multiple Constructors’ Championships.

The Rise of Williams

As with any successful dominant era, they come to an end. Ready to and waiting in the wings in the early ’90s was Williams, who emerged as the new powerhouse in Formula 1.

The team was already known for a strong engineering-led approach to F1 car design, and their dominance during this time stemmed from introducing several groundbreaking technologies, including an active suspension system. This tech allowed for better handling and stability through cornering, giving their drivers a significant advantage on many of the circuits they raced at. Williams also pioneered using semi-automatic gearboxes to boost the car’s reliability and performance.

Drivers like Nigel Mansell, who won the championship in 1992, Alain Prost in 1993 and later Damon Hill in 1996 were all key in helping translate the technology in the cars to race wins and championships.

The late 1990s and early 2000s

McLaren saw a resurgence in the late 1990s, taking two tiles in 1998 and 1999 with Mika Häkkinen in an intense battle for the championship with Ferrari. Ferrari, at the time, was rebuilding under the new leadership of Jean Todt and driver Michael Schumacher; entering the 2000 season, Ferrari would go on to win five driver’s and constructors’ titles on the trot.

The late 2000s to the present day

Manufacturer-led teams returned to the sport, like Mercedes and Renault, while Red Bull Racing became the next team to rise to dominance, achieving four consecutive constructors’ titles between 2010 and 2013.

In 2014, the FIA introduced new rules for F1 engines with hybrid technology. With Mercedes’s resources as a car manufacturer, the dominance shifted to Mercedes, with drivers Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg achieving eight championships for the team from 2014 until 2021.

Red Bull Racing ended Mercedes’ dominance in 2002 after the FIA introduced sweeping rule changes on car design. They nailed the development of their car, made hardly any strategic errors during races, and, with the performances of their drivers, notably Max Verstappen, went on a historic and record-breaking run of wins.