Nino Farina was an Italian Formula One World Champion who won the inaugural Drivers’ Championship Title in 1950. He also won the first ever Formula 1 race, the 1950 British Grand Prix at Silverstone. He was tragically killed in a road accident whilst driving to Reims for the 1966 French Grand Prix to assist in the production and filming of the movie Grand Prix.
|Win Number||Grand Prix||Circuit||Date||Round||No.||Team||Chassis||Tyre||Grid||Winning Margin||Race Time||Speed||Distance|
|1||1950 British Grand Prix||Silverstone Circuit||13 May 1950||1/7||2||Alfa Romeo||158||Pirelli||1||2.600||2:13:23.600||146.400||325.458|
|2||1950 Swiss Grand Prix||Bremgarten||4 June 1950||4/7||16||Alfa Romeo||158||Pirelli||2||0.400||2:02:53.700||149.278||305.760|
|3||1950 Italian Grand Prix||Autodromo Nazionale Monza||3 September 1950||7/7||10||Alfa Romeo||159||Pirelli||3||1:18.600||2:51:17.400||176.542||504.000|
|4||1951 Belgian Grand Prix||Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps||17 June 1951||3/8||4||Alfa Romeo||159||Pirelli||2||2:51.000||2:45:46.200||184.000||508.320|
|5||1953 German Grand Prix||Nürburgring||2 August 1953||7/9||12||Ferrari||500||Pirelli||3||1:04.000||3:02:25.000||135.046||410.580|