Ahaed of the 2019 Formula 1 finale in Abu Dhabi, Williams has confirmed Nicholas Latifi will replace Robert Kubica at the team for the 2020 Formula 1 season.

With Latifi joining Williams by stepping up from Formula 2, following a number of FP1 outings for the British team this season, it completed the 2020 F1 driver grid after both Red Bull and Toro Rosso organised its driver line-up at the United States Grand Prix.

The Canadian driver become the sole rookie on the F1 grid next season, with Esteban Ocon returning at Renault following one season on the sidelines as Mercedes reserve and test driver. Nico Hulkenberg and Robert Kubica are leaving the sport as a result of the changes at Renault and Williams respectively.

Scuderia Toro Rosso will be renamed Scuderia Alpha Tauri, the name of Red Bull’s clothing company, in 2020.

Only Serigo Perez (Racing Point) and Esteban Ocon (Renault) have signed deals beyond 2020 which sets up a busy driver market next year.


Lewis Hamilton (End of 2020)

Valtteri Bottas (End of 2020)


Sebastian Vettel (End of 2020)

Charles Leclerc (End of 2020)

Red Bull:

Max Verstappen (End of 2020)

Alexander Albon (End of 2020)


Esteban Ocon (End of 2021)

Daniel Ricciardo (End of 2020)


Kevin Magnussen (End of 2020)

Romain Grosjean (End of 2020)


Carlos Sainz Jr (End of 2020)

Lando Norris (End of 2020)

Racing Point:

Sergio Perez (Contract expires end of 2022)

Lance Stroll (Contract expires end of 2020)

Alfa Romeo Racing:

Kimi Raikkonen (End of 2020)

Antonio Giovinazzi (End of 2020)

Toro Rosso:

Daniil Kvyat (End of 2020)

Pierre Gasly (End of 2020)


George Russell (End of 2019, option taken up for 2020)

Nicholas Latifi (End of 2020)