Formula 1 2020: The driver line-ups

Who are the drivers for 2020? (All statistics correct as of the start of the 2020 season).

Antonio Giovinazzi (Italy) - Alfa Romeo

Antonio Giovinazzi
Antonio Giovinazzi, who had only taken part in two grands prix prior to 2019, secured his first three points finishes last season
Date of birth: 14/12/93Races started: 23Pole positions: 0
Wins: 0Podium places: 0World titles: 0
2019 position: 17th2019 wins/podiums: 0/02019 best: 5th (Brazil)

Kimi Raikkonen (Finland) - Alfa Romeo

Kimi Raikkonen
Kimi Raikkonen is famed for coming across as indifferent about his performances, but he must be doing something right, as this is his 18th season at motorsport's top table
Date of birth: 17/10/79Races started: 312Pole positions: 18
Wins: 21Podium places: 103World titles: 1 (2007)
2019 position: 12th2019 wins/podiums: 0/02019 best: 4th (Brazil)

Pierre Gasly (France) - Alpha Tauri

Pierre Gasly
Pierre Gasly was dropped by Red Bull in favour of Alexander Albon halfway through the 2019 season
Date of birth: 7/2/96Races started: 47Pole positions: 0
Wins: 0Podium places: 1World titles: 0
2019 position: 7th2019 wins/podiums: 0/12019 best: 2nd (Brazil)

Daniil Kvyat (Russia) - Alpha Tauri

Daniil Kvyat
Daniil Kvyat was demoted by Red Bull in 2016 and then dropped by Toro Rosso in 2017, before his unlikely return in 2019
Date of birth: 26/4/94Races started: 93Pole positions: 0
Wins: 0Podium places: 3World titles: 0
2019 position: 13th2019 wins/podiums: 0/12019 best: 3rd (Germany)

Charles Leclerc (Monaco) - Ferrari

Charles Leclerc
Charles Leclerc was promoted to Ferrari last season, and cemented his reputation as a rising star with two wins in 2019
Date of birth: 16/10/97Races started: 42Pole positions: 7
Wins: 2Podium places: 10World titles: 0
2019 position: 4th2019 wins/podiums: 2/102019 best: 1st (Italy & Belgium)

Sebastian Vettel (Germany) - Ferrari

Sebastian Vettel
Sebastian Vettel is looking for his fifth drivers' title but only managed fifth place last season, nearly 200 points behind winner Lewis Hamilton
Date of birth: 3/7/87Races started: 240Pole positions: 57
Wins: 53Podium places: 120World titles: 4 (2010, 2011, 2012, 2013)
2019 position: 5th2019 wins/podiums: 1/92019 best: 1st (Singapore)

Romain Grosjean (France) - Haas

Romain Grosjean
Romain Grosjean only managed three points finishes in 2019 and failed to finish seven times
Date of birth: 17/4/86Races started: 164Pole positions: 0
Wins: 0Podium places: 10World titles: 0
2019 position: 18th2019 wins/podiums: 0/02019 best: 7th (Germany)

Kevin Magnussen (Denmark) - Haas

Kevin Magnussen
Kevin Magnussen's father, Jan, drove in F1 during the mid-1990s - Kevin already has bragging rights, though, with a 2nd place in 2014. Jan's highest was 6th
Date of birth: 5/10/92Races started: 102Pole positions: 0
Wins: 0Podium places: 1World titles: 0
2019 position: 9th2019 wins/podiums: 0/02019 best: 6th (Australia)

Lando Norris (Great Britain) - McLaren

Lando Norris
Norris impressed in his first season in F1 last year, amassing 49 points
Date of birth: 13/11/99Races started: 21Pole positions: 0
Wins: 0Podium places: 0World titles: 0
2019 position: 11th2019 wins/podiums: 0/02019 best: 6th (Austria & Bahrain)

Carlos Sainz (Spain) - McLaren

Carlos Sainz
Carlos Sainz, who raced for Renault in 2018, followed in the footsteps of another Spaniard - Fernando Alonso - at McLaren last year
Date of birth: 1/9/94Races started: 102Pole positions: 0
Wins: 0Podium places: 1World titles: 0
2019 position: 6th2019 wins/podiums: 0/12019 best: 3rd (Brazil)

Valtteri Bottas (Finland) - Mercedes

Valtteri Bottas
Bottas promised much after winning the opening race last year, but couldn't keep pace with illustrious team-mate Hamilton
Date of birth: 28/8/89Races started: 139Pole positions: 11
Wins: 7Podium places: 45World titles: 0
2018 position: 2nd2018 wins/podiums: 4/152018 best: 1st (USA, Japan, Azerbaijan & Australia)

Lewis Hamilton (Great Britain) - Mercedes

Lewis Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton won his sixth Formula 1 title in 2019 to leave him just one short of Michael Schumacher's all-time record
Date of birth: 7/1/85Races started: 250Pole positions: 88
Wins: 84Podium places: 151World titles: 6 (2008, 2014, 2015, 2017, 2018, 2019)
2019 position: 1st2019 wins/podiums: 11/172019 best: 1st (Abu Dhabi, Mexico, Russia, Hungary, Britain, France, Canada, Monaco, Spain, China & Bahrain)

Sergio Perez (Mexico) - Racing Point

Sergio Perez
Sergio Perez was the only driver not racing for Mercedes, Ferrari or Red Bull to get on the podium in 2018, but failed to repeat the feat in 2019
Date of birth: 26/1/90Races started: 176Pole positions: 0
Wins: 0Podium places: 8World titles: 0
2019 position: 10th2019 wins/podiums: 0/02019 best: 6th (Belgium & Azerbaijan)

Lance Stroll (Canada) - Racing Point

Lance Stroll
Lance Stroll only qualified on the front half of the grid once in the 2019 season, starting 9th in Italy
Date of birth: 29/10/98Races started: 62Pole positions: 0
Wins: 0Podium places: 1World titles: 0
2019 position: 15th2019 wins/podiums: 0/02019 best: 4th (Germany)

Alexander Albon (Thailand) - Red Bull

Alexander Albon
Alexander Albon came third in the 2018 FIA Formula 2 Championship to earn his promotion to Formula 1, and moved to Red Bull's senior team mid-season in 2019
Date of birth: 23/3/96Races started: 21Pole positions: 0
Wins: 0Podium places: 0World titles: 0
2019 position: 8th2019 wins/podiums: 0/02019 best: 4th (Japan)

Max Verstappen (Netherlands) - Red Bull

verstappen
The son of former F1 driver Jos, 21-year-old Max Verstappen has already won eight races
Date of birth: 30/9/97Races started: 102Pole positions: 2
Wins: 8Podium places: 31World titles: 0
2019 position: 3rd2019 wins/podiums: 3/92019 best: 1st (Brazil, Germany & Austria)

Esteban Ocon (France) - Renault

esteban ocon
Mercedes' driver Ocon previously raced for Racing Point when they were known as Force India
Date of birth: 17/9/96Races started: 50Pole positions: 0
Wins: 0Podium places: 0World titles: 0
2019 position: N/A2019 wins/podiums: N/A2019 best: N/A

Daniel Ricciardo (Australia) - Renault

Daniel Ricciardo
Daniel Ricciardo won in both China and Monaco in 2018 but failed to make the podium last season
Date of birth: 1/7/89Races started: 171Pole positions: 3
Wins: 7Podium places: 29World titles: 0
2019 position: 9th2019 wins/podiums: 0/02019 best: 4th (Italy)

Nicholas Latifi (Canada) - Williams

nicholas latifi
Former test driver Latifi replaces Poland's Robert Kubica
Date of birth: 29/6/95Races started: 0Pole positions: 0
Wins: 0Podium places: 0World titles: 0
2019 position: N/A2019 wins/podiums: N/A2019 best: N/A

George Russell (Great Britain) - Williams

George Russell
Russell consistently outperformed his experienced team-mate Kubica last season
Date of birth: 15/2/98Races started: 21Pole positions: 0
Wins: 0Podium places: 0World titles: 0
2019 position: 20th2019 wins/podiums: 0/02019 best: 11th (Germany)