From Schumacher to Hamilton and Martini – Which F1 drivers have spent the most seasons with one team?

From Schumacher to Hamilton and Martini – Which F1 drivers have spent the most seasons with one team?

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  • But they will have their eyes set firmly on a return to the top in their record-equalling 11th season together – and there's every chance the seven-time champ signs on for at least one more year with the team meaning he could take this record outright in 2024.
  • READ MORE: The records that could be broken by Hamilton, Verstappen, Leclerc and more in 2023 9 SEASONS – MARK WEBBER AND JAGUAR/RED BULL: 2003-2004, 2007-2013 A slightly controversial entry here, given Webber's time at the Milton Keynes team started when they were Jaguar (two seasons early in his F1 career), before he returned three years later after they were rebranded as Red Bull Racing.
  • READ MORE: From cutting curfews to grid penalties – 10 rule changes you need to know about for the 2023 F1 season However, the Scot could never quite capture that elusive drivers' championship – his career-best finish coming as a runner-up behind Schumacher in 2001 – while his long-time team mate Mika Hakkinen won the title in 1998 and 1999. 9 SEASONS – JIM CLARK AND LOTUS: 1960-1968 Clark made 72 race starts in his nine-season career in Formula 1 and all came behind the wheel of a Lotus as part of his legendary partnership with team boss Colin Chapman.
  • Though they could never quite get that coveted championship – the closest being when he finished fourth in 1979 – Laffite will forever be synonymous with the blue and white of Ligier. 9 SEASONS – MIKA HAKKINEN AND MCLAREN: 1993-2001 After two years racing for Lotus, Mika Hakkinen joined McLaren in 1993, initially as test driver – but he found himself in a race seat late in the year after Michael Andretti left mid-way through the season, leaving the Finn to partner Ayrton Senna for the final three races.

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