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Australian Grand Prix Champions

See a complete list of Australian Grand Prix Champions. The 2019 Australian Grand Prix Championship was won by Finland’s Valtteri Bottas driving in Mercedes.

Fast Facts:

  • The 2020 Australian Grand Prix, which takes place over 58 laps of the 5.303-kilometre Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit, will take place on Sunday, March 15.
  • The Grand Prix became part of the Formula One World Championship in 1985.
  • Michael Schumacher of Germany and Lex Davison of Australia have both won 4 Australian Grand Prix titles making them the driver’s with the most wins.
  • Ferrari and McLaren have both won 12 Australian Grand Prix titles making them the Constructors with the most wins.

Australian Grand Prix Champions:

YearDriver’s CountryDriverConstructor
2019FinlandValtteri BottasMercedes
2018GermanySebastian VettelFerrari
2017GermanySebastian VettelFerrari
2016GermanyNico RosbergMercedes
2015United KingdomLewis HamiltonMercedes
2014GermanyNico RosbergMercedes
2013FinlandKimi RäikkönenLotus-Renault
2012United KingdomJenson ButtonMcLaren-Mercedes
2011GermanySebastian VettelRed Bull-Renault
2010United KingdomJenson ButtonMcLaren-Mercedes
2009United KingdomJenson ButtonBrawn-Mercedes
2008United KingdomLewis HamiltonMcLaren-Mercedes
2007FinlandKimi RäikkönenFerrari
2006SpainFernando AlonsoRenault
2005ItalyGiancarlo FisichellaRenault
2004GermanyMichael SchumacherFerrari
2003United KingdomDavid CoulthardMcLaren-Mercedes
2002GermanyMichael SchumacherFerrari
2001GermanyMichael SchumacherFerrari
2000GermanyMichael SchumacherFerrari
1999United KingdomEddie IrvineFerrari
1998FinlandMika HäkkinenMcLaren-Mercedes
1997United KingdomDavid CoulthardMcLaren-Mercedes
1996United KingdomDamon HillWilliams-Renault
1995United KingdomDamon HillWilliams-Renault
1994United KingdomNigel MansellWilliams-Renault
1993BrazilAyrton SennaMcLaren-Ford
1992AustraliaGerhard BergerMcLaren-Honda
1991BrazilAyrton SennaMcLaren-Honda
1990BrazilNelson PiquetBenetton-Ford
1989BelgiumThierry BoutsenWilliams-Renault
1988FranceAlain ProstMcLaren-Honda
1987AustraliaGerhard BergerFerrari
1986FranceAlain ProstMcLaren-TAG
1985FinlandKeke RosbergWilliams-Honda
1984BrazilRoberto MorenoRalt-Ford
1983BrazilRoberto MorenoRalt-Ford
1982FranceAlain ProstRalt-Ford
1981BrazilRoberto MorenoRalt-Ford
1980AustraliaAlan JonesWilliams-Cosworth
1979AustraliaJohnnie WalkerLola-Chevrolet
1978New ZealandGraham McRaeMcRae-Chevrolet
1977AustraliaWarwick BrownLola-Chevrolet
1976AustraliaJohn GossMatich-Repco/Holden
1975AustraliaMax StewartLola-Chevrolet
1974AustraliaMax StewartLola-Chevrolet
1973New ZealandGraham McRaeMcRae-Chevrolet
1972New ZealandGraham McRaeLeda-Chevrolet
1971AustraliaFrank MatichMatich-Repco/Holden
1970AustraliaFrank MatichMcLaren-Repco/Holden
1969New ZealandChris AmonFerrari
1968United KingdomJim ClarkLotus-Cosworth
1967United KingdomJackie StewartBRM
1966United KingdomGraham HillBRM
1965New ZealandBruce McLarenCooper-Climax
1964AustraliaJack BrabhamBrabham-Climax
1963AustraliaJack BrabhamBrabham-Climax
1962New ZealandBruce McLarenCooper-Climax
1961AustraliaLex DavisonCooper-Climax
1960AustraliaAlec MildrenCooper-Maserati
1959AustraliaStan JonesMaserati
1958AustraliaLex DavisonFerrari
1957AustraliaLex Davison
Bill Patterson
Ferrari
1956United KingdomStirling MossMaserati
1955AustraliaJack BrabhamCooper-Bristol
1954AustraliaLex DavisonHWM-Jaguar
1953AustraliaDoug WhitefordTalbot-Lago
1952AustraliaDoug WhitefordTalbot-Lago
1951AustraliaWarwick PratleyGRS-Ford
1950AustraliaDoug WhitefordFord
1949AustraliaJohn CrouchDelahaye
1948New ZealandFrank PrattBMW
1947AustraliaBill MurrayMG
1946-1940Not Held
1939AustraliaAlan TomlinsonMG
1938United KingdomPeter WhiteheadERA
1937AustraliaLes MurphyMG
1936Not Held
1935AustraliaLes MurphyMG
1934AustraliaBob Lea-WrightSinger
1933AustraliaBill ThompsonRiley
1932AustraliaBill ThompsonBugatti
1931AustraliaCarl JunkerBugatti
1930AustraliaBill ThompsonBugatti
1929AustraliaArthur TerdichBugatti
1928AustraliaArthur WaiteAustin
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