Date of the Most Recent All-British Podium in F1 History

The 2024 season is fiercely competitive with many teams catching up to Red Bull.

Ferrari, McLaren, and Mercedes are now fast enough to challenge Red Bull, making wins and podiums for Lando Norris, Lewis Hamilton, and George Russell very possible. An all-British podium might happen soon.

When was the last all-British podium in F1?

The last time we saw an all-British podium was at the 1968 US Grand Prix at Watkins Glen. Jackie Stewart won that race, followed by Graham Hill in second place and John Surtees in third. Stewart finished 24 seconds ahead, and only six out of twenty drivers completed the race.

The 1960s were great for British F1 drivers. Stewart, Hill, and Surtees each won World Championships during that decade—Hill in ’62 and ’68, Surtees in ’64, and Stewart in ’69.

All-British podium a possibility in 2024

Now, after 56 years, Norris, Hamilton, and Russell have a real shot at achieving another all-British podium. This marks another golden era for British drivers.

In recent races like the Canadian and Spanish Grand Prix of 2024, we almost saw this happen. In Montreal, Norris came close to winning but ended up second due to a bad strategy call. Russell started on pole but finished third while Hamilton came fourth.

At Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya it was similar; Norris again finished behind Max Verstappen‘s Red Bull despite McLaren showing great speed. Hamilton took third place this time with Russell just behind him.

Fans might think it’s about time for another all-British podium!

This could be another amazing period for British F1 drivers if they manage to secure an all-British podium again after so many years.

What do you think? Will they make it happen?

Albert Ramirez
Albert Ramirez
Albert Ramirez is a senior writer at With a passion for motorsports, Albert brings a unique perspective to the world of Formula One. With over five years of experience as a sports reporter, he has honed his skills in capturing the essence of the sport.

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