Statistical evidence: WHAT THE GRAND PRIX FIGURES SAY
Wednesday 10 July 1996
Team Team Lotus 1960-68
World Champion 1963, 1965
Number of races 72
Pole positions 33
Fastest laps 28
Strike rate 34.7%
Teams Team Lotus (1958-59, 1967-69); BRM (1960-1966); Rob Walker (1970); Brabham (1971-72); Embassy Hill (1973-75)
World Champion 1962, 1968
Number of races 176
Pole positions 13
Fastest laps 10
Strike rate 7.9%
Teams BRM (1965-67); Tyrrell (1968-73)
World Champion 1969, 1971, 1973
Number of races 99
Pole positions 17
Fastest laps 15
Strike rate 27.2%
Teams Hesketh (1973-75); McLaren (1976-78); Wolf (1979)
World Champion 1976
Number of races 92
Pole positions 14
Fastest laps 8
Strike rate 10.8%
Teams Team Lotus (1980-84); Williams (1985-88, 1991-92, 1994); Ferrari (1989-90); McLaren (1995)
World Champion 1992
Number of races 187
Pole positions 32
Fastest laps 30
Strike rate 16.5%
Teams: Brabham (1992); Williams (1993-)
Number of races 60
Pole positions 16
Fastest laps 17
Strike rate 31.6%
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