Ahead of the Singapore Grand Prix, Haas announced both Kevin Magnussen and Romain Grosjean would form its 2020 F1 driver line-up, leaving just a handful of race seats left to fill for next season.

The Haas driver line-up confirmation sees just two 2020 race seats officially left up for grabs. One at Williams, following Robert Kubica's decision to leave the team after just one season of racing, and the other is at Alfa Romeo with Antonio Giovinazzi sweating on his F1 future.

Ferrari is expected to retain Charles Leclerc, while Red Bull has already confirmed it will retain Alex Albon, Pierre Gasly and Daniil Kvyat but will assess which order the drivers will go into between the Red Bull and Toro Rosso teams.

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)

TBA - Charles Leclerc (Contract expires end of 2019)

Red Bull:

Max Verstappen (End of 2020)

TBA - Pierre Gasly (Contract expires end of 2019)


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)

TBA - Antonio Giovinazzi (End of 2019)

Toro Rosso:

TBA - Daniil Kvyat (End of 2019)

TBA - Alexander Albon (End of 2019)


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

TBA - Robert Kubica (End of 2019)


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