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A Grand Slam is a feat achieved by a driver who wins a Grand Prix from pole position, leading every lap of the race, and setting the fastest lap of the race.

In the history of Formula One, only three drivers have achieved consecutive Grand Slams:


Grand SlamsEdit

Driver Total Race(s)
1 lewis hamilton 104 too much to write
2 Flag of Italy Alberto Ascari 5 1952 French Grand Prix, 1952 German Grand Prix, 1952 Dutch Grand Prix, 1953 Argentine Grand Prix, 1953 British Grand Prix
Flag of Germany Michael Schumacher 1994 Monaco Grand Prix, 1994 Canadian Grand Prix, 2002 Spanish Grand Prix, 2004 Australian Grand Prix, 2004 Hungarian Grand Prix
4 Flag of the United Kingdom Jackie Stewart 4 1969 French Grand Prix, 1971 Monaco Grand Prix, 1971 French Grand Prix, 1972 United States Grand Prix
Flag of Brazil Ayrton Senna 1985 Portuguese Grand Prix, 1989 Spanish Grand Prix, 1990 Monaco Grand Prix, 1990 Italian Grand Prix
Flag of the United Kingdom Nigel Mansell 1991 British Grand Prix, 1992 South African Grand Prix, 1992 Spanish Grand Prix, 1992 British Grand Prix
Flag of Germany Sebastian Vettel
8 Flag of Brazil Nelson Piquet 3
9 Flag of Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio 2
Flag of Australia Jack Brabham 1960 Belgian Grand Prix, 1966 British Grand Prix
Flag of Finland Mika Häkkinen 1998 Brazilian Grand Prix, 1998 Monaco Grand Prix
12 Flag of the United Kingdom Mike Hawthorn 1 1958 French Grand Prix
Flag of the United Kingdom Stirling Moss 1959 Portuguese Grand Prix
Flag of Switzerland Jo Siffert 1971 Austrian Grand Prix
Flag of Belgium Jacky Ickx 1972 German Grand Prix
Flag of Switzerland Clay Regazzoni 1976 United States Grand Prix West
Flag of Austria Niki Lauda 1976 Belgian Grand Prix
Flag of France Jacques Laffite 1979 Brazilian Grand Prix
Flag of Canada Gilles Villeneuve 1979 United States Grand Prix West
Flag of Austria Gerhard Berger 1987 Australian Grand Prix
Flag of the United Kingdom Damon Hill 1995 Hungarian Grand Prix
Flag of Spain Fernando Alonso 2010 Singapore Grand Prix