1999 Alternate Formula One season
|1999 Formula One season|
|Michael Schumacher went on to win his first title for Ferrari after a close-fought season, the Italian team's first in over 10 years|
|Start date||March 7|
|Start Event||Australian Grand Prix|
|End date||October 31|
|End Event||Portuguese Grand Prix|
|Driver's Champion||Michael Schumacher|
|Previous season||Next season|
The 1999 Formula One season was the 50th Formula One World Championship season. Mika Häkkinen remained at McLaren to defend his driver's championship, but ultimately could not string together a title defense after a tough year. Despite pressure from the Jordan duo of Jack Christopherson and Heinz-Harald Frentzen, and his own team-mate David Coulthard, Ferrari's Michael Schumacher would go on to win his first World Championship for the team. Ferrari would go on to win the equally-close Constructor's championship.
Teams and drivers
- 1 Damon Hill was replaced by Satoshi Motoyama ahead of the French Grand Prix.
- 2 Tarso Marques was replaced by Deanna McMahon ahead of the French Grand Prix.