The defending World Drivers' Champion is pushing for a record-breaking 8th title win this season.
Valterri is in his fifth year with Mercedes and is increasingly under pressure to perform as well as his teammate.
Carlos joins Ferrari this year from McLaren hoping to make an impact.
In his third year with the historic Ferrari, Leclerc is aiming to outperform new teammate.
In 2016, Max became the youngest ever race-winner. Now in his sixth season in Formula 1, the Dutchman continues to set new records.
Perez makes the move into Red Bull and expectations are high now that he's in a potentially title-winning car.
After two years out, the two-time champion Fernando Alonso returns to the sport.
Esteban returns to F1 in his second year with the team with a point to prove.
At 41 years old, Kimi is the veteran among the drivers with by far the most experience on track.
Antonio is part of the Ferrari driver program and has been selected by Ferrari to partner Kimi at Alfa Romeo.
The Formula 2 champion makes his debut with the struggling Haas team.
Mazepin joins Mick at Haas in a rare example of a team having two rookies as their drivers.
The 20 year old Lando impressed in his first year at McLaren and is looking to build on that this season.
Ricciardo joins McLaren from Renault and will be looking to capitalise on McLaren's improved results in 2020.
The four-time champion Vettel moves to the rebranded Aston Martin team bringing his vast experience to the table.
Stroll's father rebranded the old Racing Point team to Astom Martin which Stroll drives for in his third season.
After a race win last year, Gasly is kept on at AlphaTauri for a second year.
Tsunoda rounds off the year's rookie lineup joining AlphaTauri as part of Red Bull's Young Driver program.
Russell impressed many with his performances under difficult conditions last year. The Mercedes-backed driver aims to show off his talent this season.
The canadian Latifi continues his tenure at Williams in his second year with the team.