Most Recent F1 Race Winners Per Country

For every country to have ever produced a race-winning Formula One driver, enter the name of its most recent driver to win a race in F1.
Accurate to the end of the 2022 season (after the Abu Dhabi GP); will be updated at most twice a year, for the summer stop and the season's end.
Nationality corresponds to that shown on the driver's racing licence; some drivers may also have other nationalities. Example: Alexander Albon is both British and Thai, but raced under the Thai flag.
Each row's background and text colours refer to the country's national racing colours, except for Colombia and Venezuela, which lack such colours.
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Last updated: December 15, 2022
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Most recent win
2022 Abu Dhabi GP
Max Verstappen
Both his parents were racing drivers in their own right.
United Kingdom
2022 Brazilian GP
George Russell
Scored his first podium in an unusual race that saw zero laps under green flag conditions.
2022 Singapore GP
Sergio "Checo" Pérez
Holds record for greatest number of F1 races entered before first win.
2022 Austrian GP
Charles Leclerc
F1's most recent fatal accident involved this driver's godfather.
2022 British GP
Carlos Sainz Jr.
Has the same name as his father, who is a successful racing driver (primarily in rallying) in his own right.
2021 Turkish GP
Valtteri Bottas
Was once accidentally sent out on track with two different tyre compounds fitted to his car.
2021 Italian GP
Daniel Ricciardo
Once got his team boss tattooed by winning a bet.
2021 Hungarian GP
Esteban Ocon
Grew up in a caravan, as his parents struggled to pay for his karting career.
2019 Singapore GP
Sebastian Vettel
Won multiple F1 world championships while his childhood hero was also still racing in F1.
2012 Spanish GP
Pastor Maldonado
Registered an average 5.6 'Did Not Finish' results per season across his F1 career.
2009 Italian GP
Rubens Barrichello
Drove for six different teams across his F1 career.
2008 Canadian GP
Robert Kubica
Partially severed his right arm in a rally crash, returned to drive a full F1 season eight years later.
2006 Malaysian GP
Giancarlo Fisichella
Was retrospectively declared the winner of the 2003 Brazilian GP a week after the race had finished.
2005 Brazilian GP
Juan Pablo Montoya
Has won two of the three events in the unofficial 'Triple Crown of Motorsport'
1997 Luxembourg GP
Jacques Villeneuve
Raced in a wide variety of championships, including F1, IndyCar, NASCAR, V8 Supercars, and the European Le Mans Series.
1997 German GP
Gerhard Berger
Won his first and last F1 races for the same team, eleven years apart.
1990 Hungarian GP
Thierry Boutsen
Failed to win a race in both his first three years and his last three years in F1.
1981 Belgian GP
Carlos Reutemann
Once almost asphyxiated after his car became stuck in catch fencing, a form of barrier no longer used in F1.
South Africa
1979 Italian GP
Jody Scheckter
The only African driver ever to win an F1 drivers' championship.
1979 British GP
Gianclaudio "Clay" Regazzoni
Survived multiple heavy crashes in F1, but was killed (aged 67) in a car accident on public roads.
United States
1978 Dutch GP
Mario Andretti
Was born in a part of Croatia that belonged to the Kingdom of Italy at the time.
1978 Austrian GP
Ronnie Peterson
Was nicknamed 'SuperSwede'.
New Zealand
1974 Argentine GP
Denny Hulme
Was appointed an OBE (Officer of the order of the British Empire) in 1992.
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