F1 2024 confirmed driver line-ups

Find out who will be driving in F1 2024 and what the driver line-ups of each team are


As the countdown to the 2024 Formula 1 season begins, excitement builds among racing enthusiasts and teams gearing up for another adrenaline-fueled year of competition. The confirmed F1 2024 confirmed driver line-ups, showcases a mix of seasoned veterans and emerging talents ready to take on the world’s most prestigious racing circuits. 

For the first time in Formula 1, there are no driver changes from one season to the next as all 20 seats have been confirmed for the 2024 F1 grid. We delve into the 2024 F1 driver line-ups, offering insights into the dynamic pairings that define each team’s strategy for the upcoming season. 

From analyzing team dynamics to predicting potential impacts on the championship race, our coverage brings fans closer to the heart of F1 racing. Understanding the driver line-ups is key to appreciating the narratives that will unfold over the course of the season.

Stay ahead of the curve with our detailed look at the Formula 1 2024 driver line-ups. Explore the stories behind each team’s choices, the career trajectories of the drivers, and how these elements might influence the battle for supremacy in one of the most technologically advanced and fiercely competitive sports in the world.

Red Bull: Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez

Max Verstappen is nailed down at Red Bull until 2028 and Sergio Perez has a contract to stay at Red Bull until 2024, which he signed in 2022.

But, if Perez continues to underperform in the final events of the season, it’s possible Red Bull could stun the paddock and replace him. If one team is going to do it, it’s Red Bull.

Sergio Perez has played second fiddle to Max Verstappen during his time at Red Bull | Mark Thompson / Getty Images / Red Bull Content Pool

Mercedes: Lewis Hamilton and George Russell

Lewis Hamilton and George Russell were announced to be teammates together until the end of 2025, just before F1‘s new technical regulations come into force.

If the pair continue to get close to each other on track and their relationship turns sour, this is something to keep an eye on over the course of 2024 as it may trigger a big driver change.

Ferrari: Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz

Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz both have contracts with Ferrari until the end of 2024, so this is where the dominoes may begin to fall.

Similarly to Mercedes, any on or off track scuffles between the drivers next year will likely see one of Leclerc or Sainz leave the team.

Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz have pushed each other hard at Ferrari | Scuderia Ferrari

Aston Martin: Fernando Alonso and Lance Stroll

Fernando Alonso joined Aston Martin on a two-year deal, so his contract also expires at the end of 2024. Aston Martin will need to decide if they continue with Alonso as their star man, or bring in a younger driver.

Lance Stroll‘s contract is undisclosed and there have been reports he may leave F1 after 2023. A lot also depends on how far Aston Martin owner Lawrence Stroll wants to put his son first before signing a driver with more quality. Just like Red Bull though, the current driver pairing it set to stay for another year.

McLaren: Lando Norris and Oscar Piastri

Lando Norris has a contract until the end of 2025 while Oscar Piastri became just the second driver to commit to a team for the new 2026 regulations.

Piastri signed a new deal with McLaren before the 2023 Japanese GP. Only himself and Verstappen have a contract beyond 2025.

McLaren have one of the best driver line-ups on the grid in Lando Norris and Oscar Piastri | McLaren F1 Team

Alpine: Esteban Ocon and Pierre Gasly

The first real signs of tension between Esteban Ocon and Pierre Gasly were seen during the 2023 Japanese GP as the latter was furious with team orders and having to let his teammate through.

But, Ocon and Gasly both have contracts until the end of 2024, so will spend a second campaign together as teammates.

Williams: Alex Albon and Logan Sargeant

Alex Albon has a Williams contract for 2024 but the only genuine intrigue on the whole grid for next season is who will his teammate be?

Williams have backed Logan Sargeant but he crashed yet again at the 2023 Japanese GP and in the race he tagged Valtteri Bottas.

Nevertheless, Sargeant got the nod over the likes of Felipe Drugovich who sat out a full year of full-time racing following his 2022 Formula 2 triumph.

Logan Sargeant is under pressure to keep his seat at Williams for next year | Williams F1 Team

Haas: Nico Hulkenberg and Kevin Magnussen

Experienced is the name of the game as Haas with Nico Hulkenberg and Kevin Magnussen both retaining their seats until the end of 2024.

Haas could also be sponsored by Alfa Romeo next season as the Italian company leave Sauber at the end of this year. Talks are ongoing.

Sauber: Valtteri Bottas and Zhou Guanyu

Valtteri Bottas has a contract for 2024 and 2025, while Zhou Guanyu got the nod for a third season at the team, which leaves Formula 2 championship leader Theo Pourchaire without a seat in F1.

As Audi prepares to take over from 2026, Alfa Romeo will depart Sauber as the team’s title sponsor after the current season. It’s expected the outfit will just be called Sauber, as they were before Alfa Romeo came on board in 2019.

Zhou Guanyu and Valtteri Bottas will be teammates for a third season at Sauber | Alfa Romeo F1 team

AlphaTauri: Daniel Ricciardo and Yuki Tsunoda

Daniel Ricciardo‘s future in F1 is secure as he and Yuki Tsunoda were announced as AlphaTauri’s drivers for 2024.

It leaves Liam Lawson on the sidelines, but surely his impressive performances will see him back in an F1 car at some point in 2024 or 2025 at the latest.

F1 2024 Confirmed Grid

Red BullMax VerstappenSergio Perez
MercedesLewis HamiltonGeorge Russell
FerrariCharles LeclercCarlos Sainz
Aston MartinFernando AlonsoLance Stroll
McLarenLando NorrisOscar Piastri
AlpineEsteban OconPierre Gasly
WilliamsAlex AlbonLogan Sargeant
HaasNico HulkenbergKevin Magnussen
Alfa RomeoValtteri BottasZhou Guanyu
AlphaTauriDaniel RicciardoYuki Tsunoda
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