2020 F1 GRID – All the drivers and teams racing this season

CIRCUIT DE BARCELONA-CATALUNYA, SPAIN - MAY 12: Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing, Lewis Hamilton,

Your spotter’s guide to the 20 drivers and 10 teams who’ll be going wheel-to-wheel during the 2020 Formula 1 season.

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Lewis Hamilton - #44
Valtteri Bottas - #77

Mercedes move into their fourth season of driver stability, with Valtteri Bottas once again partnering six-time champion Lewis Hamilton, who’s going after a Michael Schumacher-equalling seventh drivers’ title in 2020.

(L to R): Lewis Hamilton (GBR) Mercedes AMG F1 with Valtteri Bottas (FIN) Mercedes AMG F1 in


Sebastian Vettel - #5
Charles Leclerc - #16

Ferrari keep their potent line-up of Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc for 2020, as the Scuderia look to bring a title back to Maranello for the first time since 2008.

SOCHI, RUSSIA - SEPTEMBER 29: Charles Leclerc of Monaco and Ferrari and Sebastian Vettel of Germany

Red Bull

Alex Albon - #23
Max Verstappen - #33

Max Verstappen begins his fifth season with Red Bull, while having been promoted from Toro Rosso to replace Pierre Gasly midway through 2019, Alex Albon has the chance to show how he fares over a whole campaign.

TOKYO, JAPAN - OCTOBER 09: Max Verstappen of Netherlands and Red Bull Racing and Alexander Albon of


Lando Norris - #4
Carlos Sainz - #55

After their impressive 2019 renaissance, stability reigns at McLaren for 2020, with Carlos Sainz once again partnering Lando Norris in the MCL35, the first car originated under Technical Director James Key.

CIRCUIT GILLES-VILLENEUVE, CANADA - JUNE 06: Carlos Sainz Jr, McLaren and Lando Norris, McLaren in


Daniel Ricciardo - #3
Esteban Ocon - #31

Daniel Ricciardo stays in the saddle at Renault, while after a year on the side lines as Mercedes’ reserve driver in 2019, Esteban Ocon returns to the F1 grid to partner the Australian.


Toro Rosso (becoming AlphaTauri)

Pierre Gasly - #10
Daniil Kvyat - #26

Daniil Kvyat and Pierre Gasly have been retained by Toro Rosso, with Kvyat marking a fifth season behind the wheel of one of the Italian team’s cars in 2020 – while Toro Rosso are set to be renamed Scuderia AlphaTauri.

AUSTIN, TEXAS - OCTOBER 31: Daniil Kvyat of Scuderia Toro Rosso and Russia and Pierre Gasly of

Racing Point

Sergio Perez - #11
Lance Stroll - #18

Sergio Perez and Lance Stroll are paired up for their second season together at Racing Point, with Perez having now spent seven seasons at the Silverstone-based squad in their various guises.

RED BULL RING, AUSTRIA - JUNE 27: Sergio Perez, Racing Point and Lance Stroll, Racing Point in the

Alfa Romeo

Kimi Raikkonen - #7
Antonio Giovinazzi - #99

Ferrari protege Antonio Giovinazzi is partnered at Alfa Romeo with 2007 world champion Kimi Raikkonen, who celebrates his 41st birthday ahead of the 2020 United States Grand Prix.

HUNGARORING, HUNGARY - AUGUST 02: Kimi Raikkonen, Alfa Romeo Racing, and Antonio Giovinazzi, Alfa


Romain Grosjean - #8
Kevin Magnussen - #20

Like Hamilton and Bottas, Grosjean and Magnussen are paired together for a fourth season at the American Haas outfit.

RED BULL RING, AUSTRIA - JUNE 30: Kevin Magnussen, Haas F1, and Romain Grosjean, Haas F1, in the


George Russell - #63
Nicholas Latifi - #6

George Russell contests his second season for Williams, while alongside him is 2019 Formula 2 driver Nicholas Latifi, the only ‘new’ driver on the grid for 2020.



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