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Top 7 Formula 1 teams of all time

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Modified 20 Dec 2019, 20:06 IST

Mercedes won the most recent Championship in 2018
Mercedes won the most recent Championship in 2018

Formula 1 as a sport has come a long way since its first race in 1950. There have been many successful teams from different countries over the years. Today, there are 10 teams that enter a season with 2 main drivers.

We've seen many giant teams such as Ferrari, McLaren, Mercedes and many more who have won multiple Constructors' Championships. There have been many teams to enter and withdraw from this sport, but only a few have managed to reach the top of the ladder.

There are 7 such teams that have managed to win more Constructor's Championships than their competition and have managed to create history in this sport:

#7 Renault

Alonso was the most successful driver Renault ever had
Alonso was the most successful driver Renault ever had

Renault Sport Formula One Team entered the sport as a constructor in 1977. They were the first team to introduce a turbo engine to their F1 cars. Throughout the '70s and midway in the '80s Renault was always competing for the title.

In 1987, Renault withdrew from the competition, but still, continued to supply engines to various other constructors. They made a comeback in 2000 and continue to be a part of the sport to this day.

Their most successful years in F1 were in 2005 and 2006, when Fernando Alonso became a 2-time World Champion as a Renault driver, earning them the Constructors' Championships in those years as well. Other notable drivers include Alain Prost, Jaques Villeneuve, Jenson Button, Giancarlo Fisichella and many more.

2018 was a decent season for Renault as they bagged the 4th spot in the Constructors Championship table, with Nico Hulkenberg and Carlos Sainz being their two main drivers. But, they have signed Daniel Ricciardo from Red Bull for the 2019 season, who will be driving with Hulkenberg.

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