Gallery: All 38 F1 drivers who won for Ferrari

Only 38 drivers in the history of F1 have been fortunate enough to win a race for Ferrari. We list them all...

Gallery: All 38 F1 drivers who won for Ferrari
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Ludovico Scarfiotti - 1 win
Ludovico Scarfiotti - 1 win
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Ludovico Scarfiotti contested six races for Ferrari in the 1960s and won at Scuderia's home turf in '66.

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Giancarlo Baghetti - 1 win
Giancarlo Baghetti - 1 win
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Giancarlo Baghetti won on his debut in 1961 in a Team FISA-entered Ferrari.

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Mario Andretti - 1 win
Mario Andretti - 1 win
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Legendary Mario Andretti's first Formula 1 win came with Ferrari at the 1971 South African GP.

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Piero Taruffi - 1 win
Piero Taruffi - 1 win
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Italian Piero Taruffi raced in Formula 1 in the 1950s. During the '52 season, he claimed one victory - in Switzerland - and scored two more podium finishes to end third in the championship table.

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Luigi Musso - 1 win
Luigi Musso - 1 win
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Luigi Musso switched from Maserati to Ferrari in 1965, immediately taking the top step on the podium in Argentina.

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Maurice Trintignant - 1 win
Maurice Trintignant - 1 win
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France's Maurice Trintignant took two wins in a grand prix career that spanned 84 races, with the first of his victories coming with Scuderia at the 1955 Monaco GP.

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Giuseppe Farina - 1 win
Giuseppe Farina - 1 win
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F1's first ever champion Giuseppe Farina notched three pole positions and a sole victory (1953 German GP) after moving to Ferrari in 1952.

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Jean Alesi - 1 win
Jean Alesi - 1 win
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Jean Alesi took a popular victory on his 31st birthday at the 1995 Canadian Grand Prix. He was sporting the iconic #27 on his Ferrari 412T2.

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Lorenzo Bandini - 1 win
Lorenzo Bandini - 1 win
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Lorenzo Bandini claimed his first and only F1 victory with Ferrari at the 1964 Austrian GP, where he qualified seventh on the grid.

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Didier Pironi - 2 wins
Didier Pironi - 2 wins
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Didier Pironi finished runner-up to Keke Rosberg in the 1982 F1 season, in which he won twice for Ferrari.

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Wolfgang von Trips - 2 wins
Wolfgang von Trips - 2 wins
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Wolfgang von Trips lost the 1961 championship by 1 point to Ferrari teammate Phil Hill. He won two races that year - the Dutch and the British GPs.

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Patrick Tambay - 2 wins
Patrick Tambay - 2 wins
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A veteran of 123 grands prix, Patrick Tambay won two races - both of which came with Ferrari in successive years in 1982 and '83.

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Jose Froilan Gonzalez - 2 wins
Jose Froilan Gonzalez - 2 wins
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Argentine Jose Froilan Gonzalez claimed Ferrari's first ever F1 win in the 1951 British GP and won the same race three years later in '54.

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Tony Brooks - 2 wins
Tony Brooks - 2 wins
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Two of Tony Brooks' six wins came with Ferrari in 1959.

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Michele Alboreto - 3 wins
Michele Alboreto - 3 wins
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After some success with Tyrrell, Michele Alboreto moved to Ferrari in 1984. He scored three wins for the Scuderia.

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Mike Hawthorn - 3 wins
Mike Hawthorn - 3 wins
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Mike Hawthorn became Britain's first F1 champion in 1958, driving for Ferrari. All of his three wins came with the Italian outfit.

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Jody Scheckter - 3 wins
Jody Scheckter - 3 wins
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Jody Scheckter's maiden world title came with Ferrari in 1979. During that year, he won three races.

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Juan Manuel Fangio - 3 wins
Juan Manuel Fangio - 3 wins
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Five-time F1 champion Juan Manuel Fangio won three races and one title with the Scuderia in 1956.

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René Arnoux - 3 wins
René Arnoux - 3 wins
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Rene Arnoux may be more famous for his stint with Renault, but he also won three races in the scarlet red Ferrari cars.

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Nigel Mansell - 3 wins
Nigel Mansell - 3 wins
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Nigel Mansell won on his Ferrari debut in 1989 and won at two more occasions for the Prancing Horse.

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Peter Collins - 3 wins
Peter Collins - 3 wins
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Britain's Peter Collins won three races for Ferrari until he was killed in an accident at the 1958 German GP.

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Phil Hill - 3 wins
Phil Hill - 3 wins
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Phil Hill scored 16 podiums, three wins and one world championship during his 30-race stint with Ferrari.

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Clay Regazzoni - 4 wins
Clay Regazzoni - 4 wins
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Clay Regazzoni started his career with Ferrari and stayed with the outfit for much of his career. He scored four wins for them, including two at Monza.

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John Surtees - 4 wins
John Surtees - 4 wins
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The legendary John Surtees, who is the only racer to win on both two and four wheels, claimed all but two of his race wins with Ferrari.

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Eddie Irvine - 4 wins
Eddie Irvine - 4 wins
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Eddie Irvine won four races in 1999, playing a crucial in Ferrari's constructors championship bid.

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Carlos Reutemann - 5 wins
Carlos Reutemann - 5 wins
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Carlos Reutemann raced for Ferrari for two seasons in 1977 and '78, winning five races in total.

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Alain Prost - 5 wins
Alain Prost - 5 wins
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Alain Prost moved to Ferrari in 1990 after an intense rivalry with Ayrton Senna at McLaren. While the Frenchman couldn't win a title, he did five races for the Italian squad.

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Gerhard Berger - 5 wins
Gerhard Berger - 5 wins
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Gerhard Berger took part in 96 races for Ferrari, scoring 24 podiums and winning five races.

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Jacky Ickx - 6 races
Jacky Ickx - 6 races
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Jacky Ickx may have never won a world title, but he did win six races for Ferrari.

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Gilles Villeneuve - 6 wins
Gilles Villeneuve - 6 wins
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Legendary Canadian racer Gilles Villeneuve won six races in his shortened F1 career, all of which came with Ferrari.

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Rubens Barrichello - 9 wins
Rubens Barrichello - 9 wins
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Rubens Barrichello raced for Ferrari between 2000-05, winning six races and playing an integral role in Ferrari's run of consecutive drivers and constructors world championships.

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Sebastian Vettel - 7 wins
Sebastian Vettel - 7 wins
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Having joined Ferrari in 2015, Sebastian Vettel has won seven races for the Italian squad so far.

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Kimi Raikkonen - 9 wins
Kimi Raikkonen - 9 wins
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Kimi Raikkonen is the last driver to win a world championship in a Ferrari. In total, he has won nine races with the Maranello-based squad.

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Fernando Alonso - 11 wins
Fernando Alonso - 11 wins
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While Fernando Alonso could never win his third world championship with Ferrari, a five-year stint yielded 11 wins.

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Felipe Massa - 11 wins
Felipe Massa - 11 wins
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Felipe Massa raced for Ferrari for eighth consecutive seasons between 2006 and '13. During this period he won 11 wins and scored 15 pole positions.

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Alberto Ascari - 13 wins
Alberto Ascari - 13 wins
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Alberto Ascari, who claimed Ferrari's first F1 drivers' title in 1952, won a grand total of 13 races.

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Niki Lauda - 15 wins
Niki Lauda - 15 wins
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With 15 victories, Niki Lauda is the second most successful driver by race wins. He won two of this three titles with the legendary Italian brand.

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Michael Schumacher - 72 wins
Michael Schumacher - 72 wins
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With 72 wins, 116 podiums, 58 pole positions and 53 fastest laps, Michael Schumacher brought more silverware for Ferrari than any other driver in the history of the sport.

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