A huge name in Mexico and a vastly-experienced Formula 1 driver who has now broke free of the midfield teams by joining Red Bull. He has proven to be a very reliable deputy for main man Max Verstappen.
Struggled mightily after being promoted to the Red Bull seat alongside Max Verstappen for 2019 and was subsequently demoted back to sister team AlphaTauri. Recaptured his form since then and now starts a new chapter with Alpine.
The son of rallying great Carlos Sainz Sr, Carlos Jr was booked for a career in motorsport from an early age. Counts Renault and McLaren amongst his former teams but has now more than made a home for himself at Ferrari. He is F1's 'Smooth Operator'.
A Formula 1 race winner for the first time after a stunning victory at the Hungarian Grand Prix in 2021. Quickly retained by Alpine for the 2022, 2023 and 2024 seasons with the team clearly seeing him as the successor to Fernando Alonso.
Charles Leclerc is still one of the brightest young stars on the Formula 1 grid and remains highly thought of by Ferrari. With the arrival of Carlos Sainz, he and Leclerc form one of the strongest driver line-ups in the sport.
Lando Norris has been a breath of fresh air ever since arriving on the grid as a fresh-faced rookie in 2019. We have seen an increasingly more serious side to Norris as he tries to get McLaren back to where they belong.
The Yuki Tsunoda hype train stopped in its tracks early on in his rookie campaign, but he has still shown Red Bull enough to keep him as part of the family. Even more will be expected of him this year.