At this point, Formula 1 fans know that Michael Schumacher and Lewis Hamilton are the all-time leaders in terms of World Drivers Championships, with seven titles for each driver. However, let us take a look at the countries at the top of the standings in terms of titles.
Great Britain has the most World Drivers’ Championships in Formula 1 history with 20 crowns distributed in 10 drivers. The 10 British drivers to win the Formula 1 title are Lewis Hamilton (7), Jackie Stewart (3), Jim Clark (2), Graham Hill (2), Mike Hawthorn, John Surtees, James Hunt, Nigel Mansell, Damon Hill and Jenson Button.
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In second place behind Great Britain, we have Germany, with 12 Formula 1 World Drivers’ Championships and three F1 champions: Michael Schumacher (7), Sebastian Vettel (4), and Nico Rosberg.
In third place, Brazil has eight Formula 1 World Drivers’ Championships with Nelson Piquet (3), Ayrton Senna (3), and Emerson Fittipaldi (2).
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