I wonder, when was the last 'Clean' F1 race?

A race where all cars that made a time in qualifications ended the full race (Did not retire or DNF or DNS)


As of June 2018: the 2016 Japanese Grand Prix

Prior to the 2016 Chinese Grand Prix, only five races had finished with a full house. That list includes the 2015 Japan Grand Prix, where Felipe Nasr did not physically finish the race, but was classified after having run more than 90% of the total distance.

The 2016 Chinese and subsequent 2016 Japanese Grands Prix both had a true full house finish, 22 of 22 cars that qualified also finished.

Since then, the closest to a full house finish has been a single retirement from a qualified field of 20 and of 22.

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