Most Successful Drivers per Engine

teabagyokel

#dejavu
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Fresh from me posting this for Mercedes on their double century this weekend:



Here is the Renault equivalent:

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And Ferrari...

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siffert_fan

Too old to watch the Asian races live.
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TBY

It looks like a tremendous amount of work, compiling that info. Many thanks:thumbsup:

What I find most impressive is when the driver has more wins than poles, as that seems to indicate to me that the victories are more due to the driver than to car superiority.
 

KekeTheKing

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What I find most impressive is when the driver has more wins than poles, as that seems to indicate to me that the victories are more due to the driver than to car superiority.

Or in some cases they're just a rather pedestrian qualifier whose style is not ideally suited for single lap pace.

Great work TBY!
 

FB

Not my cup of cake
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No, because the TAG engine was funded by TAG and just happened to be built by Porsche. Porsche have been a car manufacturer and engine supplier in their own right to it's sensible to separate the two. Didn't Footwork have a dreadful Porsche built engine for a season?
 

ZakspeedYakspeed

NeverUnderestimateThePredictabilityOfStupidity
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and going back even further ...

Porsche 547/6 - a 1.5L F4 config ... used sparingly from 1958 - 1964
Porsche 753 - a 1.5L F4 config ... used in 1962
and the 3.5L V12 used by the Arrows in 1991 (aka Footwork Grand Prix International) ...
 
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