F1 centurions: Landmark winners across grand prix history

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1st race: 1950 British Grand Prix

1st race: 1950 British Grand Prix
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Giuseppe Farina, Alfa Romeo 158

100th race: 1961 German Grand Prix

100th race: 1961 German Grand Prix
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Winner: Stirling Moss, Lotus-Climax

200th race: 1971 Monaco Grand Prix

200th race: 1971 Monaco Grand Prix
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Winner: Jackie Stewart, Tyrrell 003

300th race: 1978 South African Grand Prix

300th race: 1978 South African Grand Prix
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Winner: Ronnie Peterson, Lotus 78

400th race: 1984 Austrian Grand Prix

400th race: 1984 Austrian Grand Prix
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Winner: Niki Lauda, McLaren MP4/2 TAG

500th race: 1990 Australian Grand Prix

500th race: 1990 Australian Grand Prix
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Winner: Nelson Piquet, Benetton B190 Ford

600th race: 1997 Argentine Grand Prix

600th race: 1997 Argentine Grand Prix
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Winner: Jacques Villeneuve, Williams-Renault

700th race: 2003 Brazilian Grand Prix

700th race: 2003 Brazilian Grand Prix
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Winner: Giancarlo Fisichella, Jordan-Ford

800th race: 2008 Singapore Grand Prix

800th race: 2008 Singapore Grand Prix
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Winner: Fernando Alonso, Renault F1 Team R28

900th race: 2014 Bahrain Grand Prix

900th race: 2014 Bahrain Grand Prix
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Winner: Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes AMG F1 W05

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Apr 8, 2019, 6:46 PM

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