Discussion:
Four or more consecutive one-two finishes
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Brian Lawrence
2019-04-30 10:49:06 UTC
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1952 Ferrari SUI, BEL, FRA, GBR, GER, NED (6)
1955 Mercedes BEL, NED, GBR, ITA (4)

1980 Williams CDN, USA / 1981 LB, BRA (4)
1988 McLaren MEX, CDN, DET, FRA (4)
2002 Ferrari HUN, BEL, ITA, USA, JPN (5)
2014 Mercedes MAS, BHR, CHN, ESP,MON (5)
2014 Mercedes JPN, USA, RUS, BRA (4)
2015 Mercedes USA, MEX, BRA, ABD / 2016 AUS (5)
2016 Mercedes USA, MEX, BRA, ABD (4)
2019 Mercedes AUS, BHR, CHN, AZB (4)

Notes: In 1952 Ferrari had 5 or 6 cars in some events,
in 1955 Mercedes had 3 or 4 cars.

Three in a row:

1950 Alfa Romeo
1953 Ferrari
1956 Ferrari
1988 McLaren
1992 Williams
1997 McLaren / 1998
2004 Ferrari
2015 Mercedes
Mark Jackson
2019-04-30 12:50:06 UTC
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1952  Ferrari      SUI, BEL, FRA, GBR, GER, NED (6)
Only 5 in a row (BEL-NED) without excluding Indianapolis, which I agree
with.

The Sky commentators made much of Mercedes' current 4 being "a record
for the start of the season."
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