Formula 1 2021: From Hamilton vs Verstappen to Schumacher vs Russell, driver rivalries set to dominate upcoming season
We take a look at the top driver rivalries that will dominate the upcoming season of Formula 1.
Perez, who was out of contract with Racing Point, will race alongside Max Verstappen for the Red Bull team in 2021.
Formula 1 2020: Red Bull's Max Verstappen fastest ahead of teammate Alexander Albon in final practice for Abu Dhabi GP
Verstappen led Albon by .5 seconds and Renault driver Daniel Ricciardo by .63. Ricciardo is competing in his last race for Renault before joining McLaren next year and has two third-place finishes this season.
Albon has struggled for consistency in his second year in Formula One with Red Bull after a mid-season switch from Toro Rosso last year, his rookie season.
Ferrari reverted back to an age-old burgundy livery for its 1,000th F1 race. But there was little to celebrate as Charles Leclerc finished eighth and Sebastian Vettel 10th.
Formula 1 2020: Lance Stroll quickest at 2nd British Grand Prix practice; Sebastian Vettel struggles
Lance Stroll's unexpected teammate Nico Hulkenberg was seventh after filling in at the last minute for Sergio Perez.
Vettel won all his F1 titles with Red Bull during a highly dominant spell from 2010-13. Red Bull have not confirmed their drivers’ lineup for next season.
Instead of closing the gap to front-runner Mercedes this season, Ferrari's SF1000 car looks slower than last year and is also in danger of slipping behind other teams.
England cricketer Stuart Broad to race against Ben Stokes, Formula 1 drivers in virtual Vietnam Grand Prix
Broad will represent the Red Bull-owned AlphaTauri team while Stokes, who came last on his debut in a virtual Vietnam Grand Prix this month, is back for Red Bull alongside F1 regular Alexander Albon
Sebastian Vettel has never been one for social media or had much time for esports but even the four-times world champion has shifted his stance, however slightly, under Formula One’s coronavirus lockdown.
Red Bull head wants 'corona camp' for Formula One and jr drivers, but says idea wasn't well received by management
Red Bull own two Formula One teams with Dutch 22-year-old Max Verstappen and Thai racer Alexander Albon in the main one and Frenchman Pierre Gasly along with Russian Daniil Kvyat at Italy-based AlphaTauri.
Formula 1: From George Russell to Charles Leclerc, a look at young guns and how 2020 could shape their future
Charles Leclerc, Antonio Giovinazzi, Pierre Gasly, Lando Norris, Alexander Albon, Esteban Ocon, George Russell and Nicholas Latifi are the young drivers that represent 40% of this Formula 1 season’s grid
Formula 1 2020: Hamilton vs Leclerc, Ocon vs Verstappen and other rivalries to look out for in upcoming season
It’s safe to say that it would be Hamilton vs the rest when it comes to the championship. But apart from the title battle, here are some of the rivalries that will entertain us from March till November.
Formula 1 2020: From Ferrari winning constructors' title to full season for Alexander Albon, surprises we would love to see this year
With few days left to the start of Formula 1 2020 season, we bring to you some of the surprises we would love to see in the season
Formula 1 2020: 'Lewis Hamilton is very good, but he is not God,' says Red Bull's Max Verstappen ahead of new season
22-year-old Max Verstappen won three races last year, finishing third overall in the championship, and is not about to be awed by anyone’s reputation
Red Bull’s Max Verstappen was fastest in the final practice session of the Formula 1 season on Saturday, denying champions Mercedes a clean sweep in Abu Dhabi.
Formula 1 2019: From Verstappen, Leclerc's fight to Alfa Romeo's challenge for Racing Point, contests to look forward to at Abu Dhabi GP
Abu Dhabi Grand Prix will be the last race of the 2019 Formula 1 season. While Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes have already claimed both world championships a few races ago, there are several other important and exciting championship battles waiting to be decided.
Formula 1 2019: Red Bull's Max Verstappen holds on to win thrilling Brazilian GP; Charles Leclerc, Sebastian Vettel crash out
Verstappen's win this season also made up for his disappointment in last year's race in Brazil when he looked certain to win before a late accident wrecked his hopes of victory
Formula 1 2019: Thailand's Alexander Albon promoted to Red Bull in place of Pierre Gasly for remainder of season
Albon — who was signed up to the Red Bull Junior Team in 2012 — has accrued 16 points in his maiden season in the championship with a best-placed sixth in the German Grand Prix