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The 2021 Formula 1 grid so far

  • Published on 15 May 2020 10:56
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  • By: Fergal Walsh

This week has seen major movements in the Formula 1 driver market, as Sebastian Vettel announced that he would be leacing Ferrari at the end of the 2020 season.

In his place comes Carlos Sainz, while Daniel Ricciardo scoops up his vacant seat at McLaren for 2021. 

But what seats are confirmed so far? Ferrari and McLaren are the only teams that have locked in their complete line-up for next year.

World champions Mercedes are yet to confirm their 2021 drivers, however it is believed that Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas will stick around. 

At Red Bull, Alexander Albon currently occupies the seat but will need to perform when the 2020 season gets underway in order to maintain the drive for next year.

Esteban Ocon is tied down to a two-year Renault deal, and who his teammate next year will remains a mystery. 

Below, you can see all the drivers that are currently under contract for 2021, and which seats are still up for grabs.

 

Team
 
   
Mercedes
 
TBC
 
TBC
 
Ferrari
 
Charles Leclerc
 
Carlos Sainz
 
Red Bull
 
Max Verstappen
 
TBC
 
McLaren
 
Daniel Ricciardo
 
Lando Norris
 
Renault
 
Esteban Ocon
 
TBC
 
AlphaTauri
 
TBC
 
TBC
 
Aston Martin
 
Sergio Perez
 
TBC
 
Alfa Romeo
 
TBC
 
TBC
 
Haas 
 
TBC
 
TBC
 
Williams
 
George Russell
 
TBC
 

 

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  • Kean

    Posts: 659

    How 'bout this for a line-up:
    Mercedes: Hamilton / Vettel
    Ferrari: Leclerc / Sainz Jr.
    Red Bull – Honda: Verstappen / Albon
    McLaren – Mercedes: Ricciardo / Norris
    Renault: Alonso / Ocon
    Aston Martin – Mercedes: Perez / Stroll
    Alpha Tauri – Honda: Gasly / Kvyat
    Alfa Romeo – Ferrari: Hülkenberg / Schwartzman
    Haas F1 – Ferrari: Bottas / Magnussen
    Williams – Mercedes: Russell / Latifi

    • + 0
    • May 15 2020 - 14:37
    • Sounds a bit fun, I'd be into that. Except Latifi, and I have no idea who Schwartzman is.

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      • May 16 2020 - 11:56
    • Kean

      Posts: 659

      Schwartzman. Russian. Will race alongside Schumacher in Prema in F2 (if the season goes ahead). He won the F3 title in 2019. I'd rather not see Latifi or Stroll on the grid, but I think we will have to live with these billionaire kids in F1 for now.

      • + 0
      • May 16 2020 - 14:55

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AT Grand Prix of Austria

Local time 

  • Fridayweather-image

  • Free practice 1

    11:00 - 12:30

    Free practice 2

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  • Free practice 3

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    Qualifying

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