Rubens Barrichello has won 11 Formula 1 races in his career.
Jackie Stewart won 27 Formula 1 races in his career.
Niki Lauda won 25 Formula 1 races in his career.
Jacques Villeneuve won 11 Formula 1 races in his career.
Roger Williamson started only two races in his Formula 1 career, both in 1973.
Yuji Ide started four races in his Formula 1 career. They were all during the 2006 season.
As of May 27, 2012, Mark Webber has won eight Formula 1 races in his career.
13 races, and perhaps that is why he never won the World Championship.
Eddie Irvine is a retired British formula one race driver who was active between 1993 and 2002. He started a total of 147 races and was a very successful f1 driver. In his career, he won a total of 4 races and finished on the podium 26 times. He drove for Jordan, Jaguar and Ferrari in his career
Ralf Schumacher made his formula one debut in the 1997 season for the Jordan F1 Team. He had 180 starts in his f1 career which spanned 10 years. Of this, he won a total of 6 races and finished on the podium 27 times. He also amassed 329 career championship points in f1.
The formula 1 racing driver John Watson was a well respected driver and won many tournament, races and driving competitions throughout his long career. In total he won 5 races and had around 20 podium placings.
Alex Yoong is a retired formula one racer from Malaysia. He was active in formula one in the years 2001 and 2002. He started a total of 14 races in his 2 year career while he drove for the Minardi F1 Team. His first race was the 2001 Italian Grand Prix and his last race was the 2002 Japanese Grand Prix. He did not win any races or finish on the podium in his f1 career.
Through the 2010 F1 season, Felipe has won 11 F1 races ... all while driving for Ferrari.
Rubens Barrichello is a retired formula one driver from Brazil. He was active in formula one between 1993 and 2011. He has had one of the longest formula one careers in history. He has started a record 322 races. His first ever race was the 1993 South African Grand Prix. He has won a total of 11 races and finished on the podium 68 times in his illustrious career.
He attempted to qualify for 7 races, but he did not start in any of them.
Enrique Bernoldi is a retired Brazilian formula one driver. He was active in formula one in 2001 and 2002. He started a total of 28 races in those 2 years. His first ever race was the 2001 Australian GP and his last race was the 2002 German Grand Prix. He did not win any races or finish on the podium in his f1 career.
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Micheal Schumacher is one of the greatest formula one racers in the history of the sport. He has won a record 91 races in his formula one career. He was on pole 68 times in his career as well. He has won a record 7 drivers world championships which is the highest number of titles for a driver. He won the title back to back a record 5 times between 2000 and 2004 which can be considered the most dominating performance for any driver in the history of the sport.
In my opinion the Monaco grand prix held in Monte Carlo is one of the most prestigious races in the F1 racing calendar. The drivers consider it a key achievement in their career to win the Monaco GP. Similarly the Brazilian GP, Italian GP, British GP are also considered very prestigious.
Juan Pablo Montoya has two Nascar Cup Series wins and one Nationwide Series win during his career. He also won seven Formula One races.
Keke Rosberg was active in Formula 1 from 1978 to 1986 and in that time he won five races and one championship (1982) in 114 starts. His last race was the Australian Grand Prix in 1986 which was won by Alain Prost.
Bill Elliott has won 44 races in his career.
Jacques Villeneuve is a retired Canadian formula one driver who was active in formula one between 1996 and 2006. During his career he drove for Williams, BAR, Sauber, Renault and BMW Sauber. He won a total of 11 races during his career. His first ever win was at the 1996 European GP and his last win was the 1997 Luxemberg Grand Prix.
This is simply a matter of opinion, but I would say the the season opener, in this year's case Melbourne, the season finale, in this year's case Sao Paulo, and possibly Monte Carlo.