I think, the year 1950 was officially the first F1 season. The first race was held in Silverstone
The First World Championship Formula 1 Race Was Held At The British Grand Prix In Silverstone
Michael Schumacher drove the #32 car in his first ever Formula 1 race on August 25, 1991. He competed in five more races that season, driving the #19 car.
The first Formula 1 race at Fuji International Speedway was held on October 24, 1976. The race was won by Mario Andretti.
The first championship race was held in 1950 at Silverstone. This was not the first race held to be held under (International) Formula 1 rules technically but it was the first world championship race.
The first world championship F-1 race was held in 1950 at Silverstone, UK.
The first Formula 1 race was in 1947, but the first World Championship season was in 1950.
It was first held on 1972.
Frederick "Rikky" von Opel is a former racing driver from Liechtenstein. He was the only driver from that nation to have competed in the Formula One World Championship. He was active in formula one in the years 1973 and 1974. His first race was the 1973 French GP and his last race was the 1974 French GP. He started a total of 10 races in his career but did not manage to win any race or finish on the podium.