2002 Formula 1 drivers and constructors world championships final standings
|3||Juan Pablo Montoya||50|
|21||Pedro de la Rosa||0|
2002 Formula 1 season facts and figures
Michael Schumacher won the 2002 Formula One World Championship for drivers. Rubens Barrichello was second and Juan Pablo Montoya third. Ferrari won the championship for constructors.
11 constructors and 23 drivers participated in 17 races during the 53rd season of the FIA Formula One World Championchip. Points for top six finishers (10, 6, 4, 3, 2, 1). Last season with this points system.
2002 F1 season notes
- Michael Schumacher won 11 of 17 races and his fifth drivers championship.
- Kimi Räikkönen joined McLaren where he took retired Häkkinen's seat.
- Felipe Massa was signed by Sauber and made his F1 race debut in the Australian Grand Prix.
- Mark Webber made his F1 race debut in Australia.
- Renault signed Fernando Alonso as a test driver.
- First season for Toyota in Formula 1.
- All teams managed to score points.
- Ferrari won 15 races of 17.
- All teams used 3.0 litre engines, V10 configuration.
- Team orders were banned.
- Hockenheimring was dramatically shortened and redesigned.