The world's Longest Formula 1 win streak


THE WORLD'S LONGEST
FORMULA 1 WIN STREAK

THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST

Who holds the longest Formula 1 win streak?

On June 22, 1952 Alberto Ascari won the Belgian Grand Prix.

On July 6, 1952 he won the French Grand Prix.

On July 19, 1952 he won the British Grand Prix.

On  August 3, 1952 he won the German Grand Prix.

On August 17, 1952 he won the Dutch Grand Prix.

On September 7, 1952 he won the Italian Grand Prix.

On January 18, 1953 he won the Argentine Grand Prix.

Alberto Ascari posted a 7 race consecutive win streak, a record that has held up till today.

Alberto did not participate in the 1953 Indianapolis 500, but won 2 more races following it, giving him a 9 race win streak, often considered as consecutive as very few regular F1 drivers compete in it and it is run to a different formula from the other World Championship events.


Alberto Ascari



The world's Longest Formula 1 win streak

The world's Longest Formula 1 win streak

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