Since then for the next 45 Grand Prix races, Ferrari fans did not savor the taste of victory even if they were very close on several occasions: in the 2019 Mexico GP, for example, Vettel came 2nd and was only 1.766 seconds behind whereas in the 2021 World Championship, Leclerc led the way for 60 laps and Carlos Sainz for 12, but never at the checkered flag.
So Ferrari once again resumes its run of wins with Brembo brakes, a sequence that began back in 1975 when Piero Ferrari presented Alberto Bombassei to his father Enzo who commissioned a supply of brake discs for the Formula 1 single-seaters. Since then, the cars with the Prancing Horse badge have won 187 GPs, always with Brembo brake systems.
A break in this negative run is an ideal opportunity to look at the ranking of the longest periods without a win in Formula 1. To establish the rankings, we have only considered the GPs raced by each team and not included the individual races in which the team did not, for various reasons, take part in the GP or the whole years when these teams did not line up for the start. This is the Top 10 in ascending order.