Are there any F1 drivers from Brazil?

There have been 32 Formula One drivers who have represented Brazil, including three world champions. Ayrton Senna, the three-time title winner, is regarded by many as the best driver in the history of Formula One. Nelson Piquet also won the title three times and Emerson Fittipaldi was a two-time winner.

Who won 2012 Brazilian Grand Prix?

Jenson Button2012 Brazilian Grand Prix / WinnerJenson Alexander Lyons Button MBE is a British racing driver. He won the 2009 Formula One World Championship when he drove for the Brawn GP team. After his F1 career, he became champion of the 2018 season of the Super GT Series alongside Naoki Yamamoto, with whom he shared a Honda racing car at Team Kunimitsu. Wikipedia

Who drove for Williams 2012?

Complete Formula One results

Year Entrant Drivers
2012 Williams F1
Pastor Maldonado
Bruno Senna

Who was the last Brazilian F1 driver?

Pietro Fittipaldi
Pietro Fittipaldi is the most recent Brazilian driver in Formula One, set to participate in two races in 2020.

Which legendary Brazilian driver was killed due to a crash at the 1994 Italian Grand Prix?

of Ayrton Senna
On 1 May 1994, Brazilian Formula One driver Ayrton Senna was killed after his car crashed into a concrete barrier while he was leading the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix at the Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari in Italy.

How many F1 drivers were there in 2012?

25 drivers
A total of 25 drivers, driving 24 cars (numbered 1–25, excl. 13) competed in 2012, the same number as in 2011. Of the 24 drivers, seven have won at least one Formula One World Championship (Vettel, Alonso, Button, Hamilton, Rosberg, Schumacher and Räikkönen), one more than in 2011, and once again an all-time record.

What happened Brazil GP 2012?

The race was won by Jenson Button driving for McLaren, scoring the 15th and last victory of his Formula One career, as well as McLaren’s last Grand Prix victory until the 2021 Italian Grand Prix. It was at this race that Sebastian Vettel won the 2012 World Drivers’ Championship, his third title in a row.