Michael Schumacher is a former Formula One driver, seven-time world champion, and current advisor and occasional test driver for Ferrari. According to the official Formula One website, he is "statistically the greatest driver the sport has ever seen". He is the only German to win the Formula One World championship, and is credited with popularising Formula One in Germany In a 2006 FIA survey, Michael Schumacher was voted the most popular driver of the season among Formula One fans
Michael Schumacher has scored 148 points during the 2004 formula one season while driving for Scuderia Ferrari. He won a record 13 races out of the total 18 that season. Similarly in the year 2002 he scored 144 points by winning 11 out of the 17 races that season.
Technically both Alberto ascari and michael schumacher are joint on 7, however ascari won them at a period when the indy 500 was classed an f1 race, even though it was a completely different race and category. So If you ignore the Indy 500 which none of the f1 drivers raced in then ascari had 9 wins
The driver who won the most consecutive driver's championship is Michael Schumacher. This is with 5 titles from 2000-2004.
The team who won the most consecutive constructors championship is Ferrari, This is with 6 championships from 1999-2004,
Michael Schumacher won 13 races out of 18 in 2004, 11 wins in 2002. Nigel Mansell won 9 out 16 races in 1992 Schumacher also 9 races in 1995,2000 and 2001
Michael Schumacher of Germany with 7.
1994, 1995, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004
Michael Schumacher has won 91 Grands Prix. Ferrari have won 217.
(as of 10/5/12)
Nigel Mainsell won 31 races, and was champion in 1992
Dale Earnhardt won 4 championships in the 1990's. 1990, 1991, 1993, and 1994. Many people think Jeff Gordon won the most championships in the 1990's, but he only won 3 in the '90s. 1990 Dale Earnhardt1991 Dale Earnhardt1992 Alan Kulwiki1993 Dale Earnhardt1994 Dale Earnhardt1995 Jeff Gordon1996 Terry Labonte1997 Jeff Gordon1998 Jeff Gordon1999 Dale Jarrett Legendary racecar driver Dale Earnhardtwon the most Nextel Cup Series Championships during the 1990s, finishing the decade with four championships. Jeff Gordon came in second with three championships.
In 1955, the races were won by; Juan Manuel Fangio, Maurice Trintignant, Bob Sweikert and Stirling Moss. The most races won that season was with Juan Manuel Fangio winning 4 out of the 7 races in the 1955 season.
Jeff Gordon with 13 wins in one season. Dale Earnhardt won 11 races in 1987. Richard Petty holds the all-time record with 27 wins back in 1967.
Nigel Mansell has won the most Formula One races by a British Driver with 31 wins (fourth-best of all-time) from 1980 to 1993.He won one Formula One World Championship in 1992.