There have been 233 Formula One drivers from the United States including two World Drivers' Championship winners, Mario Andretti and Phil Hill.Andretti is the most successful American Formula One driver having won 12 races, and only Eddie Cheever has started more grands prix.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Formula_One_drivers_from_the_United_States
The 2013 United States Grand Prix is a Formula One motor race that was held at the Circuit of the Americas on 17 November 2013. The race was the eighteenth round of the 2013 season, and marks the second running of the United States Grand Prix in Austin.
There have been 233 Formula One drivers from the United States including two World Drivers' Championship winners, Mario Andretti and Phil Hill.Andretti is the most successful American Formula One driver having won 12 races, and only Eddie Cheever has started more grands prix.
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Formula One drivers by name Driver Name ... United States 1950: 0 1: 1 0 0 0 0 0 ... 2007–2013: 0 112 111 1 1 4 2 105
Teams and drivers. The following teams and drivers were contracted to drive in the 2013 season, following ratification of a new Concorde Agreement.At the 2012 Malaysian Grand Prix, Bernie Ecclestone announced that the "majority" of teams competing in the 2012 season had agreed to compete in 2013, though he gave no indication of which teams—if any—were offering resistance to the new ...
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- Mario Andretti. 11 of 11. The Italian-born Mario Andretti is the most successful American driver in Formula One history, winning 12 grands prix and one world championship.
- Dan Gurney. 10 of 11. Dan Gurney never became world champion—the closest he came was fourth place in 1961 and '65—but he is frequently mentioned alongside Stirling Moss and Gilles Villeneuve as the finest F1 driver never to secure the crown.
- Phil Hill. 9 of 11. Phil Hill was America's first world champion, recording three race wins in an F1 career of eight seasons. The introverted Miami-born star ended his debut campaign with two successive podium finishes in Italy and Morocco, although his first victory continued to elude him until Monza 1960, the penultimate round of that season.
- Richie Ginther. 8 of 11. Richie Ginther raced in the shadows of Phil Hill and Dan Gurney in the 1960s, but was a highly accomplished grand prix driver. The Californian secured his maiden podium finish at Monza in just his third F1 start at Monza in 1960 and began the following year by hounding Stirling Moss to the chequered flag in Monaco.
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F1 first raced at the Circuit of The Americas in 2012, for the first United States Grand Prix since the 2007 race at Indianapolis. Unsurprisingly, over 100,000 spectators packed out the Austin venue, witnessing Lewis Hamilton’s last ever win in a McLaren before his switch to Mercedes for 2013.
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