ROBERT MANZON was the last living participant of the first Formula One season in 1950. The Frenchman passed away on 19th January 2015, aged 97.
Below is a list of drivers who drove at some point during the 1951, 1952 and 1953 F1 seasons.
- Sir Stirling Moss (born 1929). Raced in the season opening Swiss Grand Prix for H.W. Motors and finished eighth.
- Sir Stirling Moss (born 1929). Competed in the Switzerland from H.W. Motors, in Belgium, England and Netherlands for E.R.A. and Italy for Connaught. He failed to finish any race.
- Kenneth McAlpine (born 1920). Drove for Connaught in England and Italy. He finished 16th in England and retired in Italy.
- Eric Thompson (born 1919). Finished fifth, scoring two points, in his only F1 race, England, driving for Connaught.
- John Barber (born 1929). Raced for Cooper in the opening round in Argentina. Finished eighth in his only Grand Prix.
- Sir Stirling Moss (born 1929). Finished ninth in Netherlands for Connaught, raced for Cooper in France (retired), West Germany (sixth) and Italy (13th).
- Kenneth McAlpine (born 1920). Stayed with Connaught. Raced in Netherlands (retired), England (retired), West Germany (13th) and Italy (not classified).
- Ian Stewart (born 1929). Only F1 race was in England for Ecurie Ecosse. He retired.
- Hans Herrmann (born 1928). Finished ninth in West Germany driving a Veritas.