1:18 合金 歷年F1世界冠軍車的號碼 (List of 1:18 Diecast F1 World Driver Champion)

By admin, March 29, 2014 17:56

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曾經見過有心人做了一個關於1比18 歷屆Le Mans24小時拉力賽冠軍車的列表,心想F1冠軍車的列表應該更不難找到吧﹖

但是事與願違,原來F1複雜的多,因為眾所週知F1賽事每年不止一場,而且1974年以前每位賽車手的號碼會伴隨著不同賽事而有所改變,所以這就大大地增加了這個列表的難度。

然後發現之前那個歷年F1世界冠軍車的圖表其實存在很多錯漏,好多都不是那年WDC奪冠那場賽事的號碼,尤其以1974年以前的最為混亂。

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今天跟FB上面的同好討論,多謝台灣的一個兄弟提供了這個十分方便的查詢結果。

首先在f1-facts.com找出那屆的世界冠軍(WDC)稱王的賽事,然後再上formula1.com找出那場賽事的相對應號碼,原來答案就是這么簡單。

例如:

Monza 1950-09-03 Nino Farina Nino Farina wins the championship from f1-facts.com
1950 Italian Grand Prix, #10, Nino Farina from formula1.com

最後確定1950年度的世界冠軍是由Nino Farina在意大利F1賽事奪得的,其賽車號碼是10號。

這下太好了!

以下會有時間不斷地更新,當然你有空的話也請幫忙一下。

1:18 合金 歷年F1世界冠軍車的號碼 (List of 1:18 Diecast F1 World Driver Champion)

1950 Italian Grand Prix, #10, Nino Farina, Alfa Romeo 158 (N/A)

1951 Spanish Grand Prix, #22, Juan Manuel Fangio, Alfa Romeo Alfetta 159M (Exoto GPC97240)

1952 Dutch Grand Prix, #2, Alberto Ascari, Ferrari 375 (N/A)

1953 German Grand Prix, #1, Ferrari 500 F2 (N/A, Alternatively Exoto GPC97193 #10 Argentina GP Winner or CMC M-056 No Number)

1954 Swiss Grand Prix, #4, Juan Manuel Fangio, M. Benz W196 Monoposto (N/A, Alternatively CMC M-006 No Number  or M. Benz W196R Streamliner, CMC M-044 No Number, 1954 French/British/Italian/German GP)

1955 British Grand Prix, #10, Juan Manuel Fangio, M. Benz W196 Monoposto (CMC M-041,  Alternatively CMC M-006 No Number, M-019 #2 Argentina GP Winner or M. Benz W196R Streamliner, CMC M-049 #18, 1955 Italian GP Winner)

1956 Italian Grand Prix, #22, Juan Manuel Fangio, Ferrari D50 (N/A)

1957 German Grand Prix, #1, Juan Manuel Fangio, Maserati 250F (CMC, M-064)

1958 Italian Grand Prix, #14, Mike Hawthorn, Ferrari 246 (Exoto GPC97218)

1959 United States Grand Prix, #8, Jack Brabham, Cooper-Climax T51 (Schuco 450032500)

1960 United States Grand Prix, #2, Jack Brabham, Cooper-Climax T53 (N/A, Alternatively Schuco 450034000, #1, British GP Winner)

1961 United States Grand Prix, Phil Hill, Ferrari 156 (N/A, Cloest Exoto GPC97204 #2 Italian GP Winner, Alternatively Exoto GPC97200 #38 Monaco GP 3rd, GPC97206B #16 French GP 9th, GPC97203 #4 Belgium GP Winner)

1962 United States Grand Prix, #4, Graham Hill, BRM P51 (N/A)

1963 Italian Grand Prix, #8, Jim Clark, Lotus-Climax 25 (Spark 18s038)

1964 Mexican Grand Prix, #7, John Surtees, Ferrari 1512 (N/A)

1965 Mexican Grand Prix, #5, Jim Clark, Lotus-Climax 33 (N/A, Alternatively Spark 18S067, #1 German GP Winner)

1966 Italian Grand Prix, #10, Jack Brabham, Brabham-Repco BT20 (N/A)

1967 Mexican Grand Prix, #2, Denny Hulme, Brabham-Repco BT24 (N/A)

1968 Mexican Grand Prix, #10, Graham Hill, Lotus-Ford 49B (Exoto GPC97007)

1969 Italian Grand Prix, #20, Jackie Stewart, Matra-Ford MS80 (N/A)

1970 United States Grand Prix, Jochen Rindt, Lotus-Ford 72 (N/A), Passed away before he obtained the WDC title

1971 Austrian Grand Prix, #11, Jackie Stewart, Tyrrell-Ford 003 (N/A, Alternatively Exoto GPC97024 #11 Canadian GP Winner #or GPC97029 #11 Monaco GP Winner)

1972 Italian Grand Prix, #6, Emerson Fittipaldi, Lotus-Ford 72D (Exoto GPC97038)

1973 Italian Grand Prix, #5, Jackie Stewart, Tyrrell-Ford 006 (N/A, Alternatively TSM 131810, #5 Belgian GP Winner)

1974 United States Grand Prix, #5, Emerson Fittipaldi, McLaren-Ford M23 (Minichamps 530741805)

1975 Italian Grand Prix, #12, Niki Lauda, Ferrari 312T (N/A, Alternatively Exoto GPC97050 Monaco GP Winner, GPC97052 US GP Winner, GPC97SC1 Monaco GP Winner with figure)

1976 Japanese Grand Prix, #11, James Hunt, McLaren-Ford M23 (Minichamps 530761811 or 530761821 Re-Issue)

1977 USA East Grand Prix, #11, Niki Lauda, Ferrari 312T2 (N/A)

1978 USA East Grand Prix, #5, Mario Andretti, Lotus-Ford 79 (Minichamps 100780005)

1979 Italian Grand Prix, #11, Jody Scheckter, Ferrari 312T4 (N/A, Alternatively Exoto GPC97070 South Africa GP 2nd, GPC97072 Belgium GP Winner, GPC97076 British GP 5th)

1980 USA East Grand Prix, #27, Alan Jones, Williams-Ford FW07B (N/A)

1981 Las Vegas Grand Prix, #5, Nelson Piquet, Brabham-Ford BT49 (N/A)

1982 Las Vegas Grand Prix,#6, Keke Rosberg, Williams-Ford FW08 (N/A)

1983 South African Grand Prix, #5, Nelson Piquet, Brabham-BMW BT52 (Minichamps 181830105)

1984 Portuguese Grand Prix, #7, Alain Prost, McLaren-TAG MP4-2 (N/A)

1985 European Grand Prix, #2, Alain Prost, McLaren-TAG MP4-2B (Minichamps 530851802 or Solido 151232, 151405)

1986 Australian Grand Prix, #1, Alain Prost, McLaren-TAG MP4-2C (N/A, Solido 151233 or 151405)

1987 Japanese Grand Prix, #6, Nelson Piquet, Williams-Honda FW11 (N/A)

1988 Australian Grand Prix, #12, Ayrton Senna, McLaren-Honda MP4/4 (Minichamps 540881812)

1989 Spanish Grand Prix, #1, Ayrton Senna, McLaren-Honda MP4/4 (Minichamps 530891801)

1990 Japanese Grand Prix, #27, Ayrton Senna, McLaren-Honda MP4/5 (Minichamps 540901827)

1991 Japanese Grand Prix, #1, Ayrton Senna, McLaren-Honda MP4/5B (Minichamps 540911801)

1992 Hungarian Grand Prix, #5, Nigel Mansell, Williams-Renault FW14B (N/A, Alternatively  Exoto GPC97111, Germany GP Winner)

1993 Portuguese Grand Prix, #2, Alain Prost, Williams-Renault FW15 (Minichamps 180930002)

1994 Australian Grand Prix, #5, Michael Schumacher, Benetton-Ford B194 (Minichamps 51094183, Alternatively  510941825 German GP, 510941805 San Marino GP Winner)

1995 Pacific Grand Prix, #1, Michael Schumacher, Benetton-Renault B195 (N/A, Alternatively  Minichamps 510951811 French GP Winner, 510951826 Europe GP Winner)

1996 Japanese Grand Prix, #5, Damon Hill, Williams-Renault FW18 (Minichamps 180960005, 180960005B Re-Issue)

1997 European Grand Prix, #3, Jacques Villeneuve, Williams-Renault FW19 (N/A, Alternatively  Minichamps 180970003, 180970003B Re-Issue)

1998 Japanese Grand Prix, #8, Mika Hakkinen, McLaren-Mercedes MP4/13 (N/A, Alternatively Minichamps 180981808, 530981808, 530981808 West)

1999 Japanese Grand Prix, #1, Mika Hakkinen, McLaren-Mercedes MP4/14 (N/A, Alternatively PMA 530-991801)

2000 Japanese Grand Prix, #3, Michael Schumacher, Ferrari 2000 (Mattel Elite 2074,  Alternatively Mattel 50930, 50909, 26737, 26748)

2001 Hungarian Grand Prix, #1, Michael Schumacher, Ferrari 2001 (Mattel Elite 2075, Alternatively Mattel 53956, 50202, 55698)

2002 French Grand Prix, #1, Michael Schumacher, Ferrari 2002 (Mattel Elite 2076, Alternatively Mattel 54614, 54626, 54646)

2003 Japanese Grand Prix, #1, Michael Schumacher, Ferrari 2003 (Mattel Elite 2077, Alternatively Mattel 1023, 1026, 3764, 5938, 7021, 7332)

2004 Belgian Grand Prix, #1, Michael Schumacher, Ferrari 2004 (Mattel Elite 2078, Alternatively Mattel 4665, 6200, 6219, 6220, 6221, 6222, 6235)

2005 Brazil Grand Prix, #5, Fernando Alonso, Renault R25 (Mattel 9750, Alternatively 9729, 9754)

2006 Brazil Grand Prix, #1, Fernando Alonso, Renault R26 (Mattel 2986, Alternatively 2982)

2007 China Grand Prix, #6, Kimi Räikkönen, Ferrari 2007 (N/A, Alternatively Mattel 0551, 4658, 6629, 6712, 8782)

2008 Brazil Grand Prix, #22, Lewis Hamilton, McLaren-Mercedes MP4/23 (Minichamps 530081832, Alternatively 530081822)

2009 Brazil Grand Prix, #22, Jenson Button, Brawn-Mercedes BGP001 (Minichamps 150090622, Alternatively 150090122, 150090022)

2010 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, #5, Sebastian Vettel, RBR-Renault RB6 (Minichamps 110100105, Alternatively 150100075, 110100005)

2011 Japanese Grand Prix, #1, Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull Racing-Renault RB7 (Minichamps 110110001, Alternatively 110110071)

2012 Brazil Grand Prix, #1, Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull Racing-Renault RB8 (Minichamps 110120101, Alternatively 110120001)

2013 India Grand Prix, #1, Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull Racing-Renault RB9 (Minichamps 110130001)

* Please note 1:18 Resin does not count, so I didn’t include in the above list as it’s purely for diecast only. Highlight in Red means it’s in my collection. :)

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