F1 2020 is right around the corner and fans are curious about the details of the tournament. We bring you a complete guide on F1 2020 teams and drivers so that you know who you are going to support and cheer.
Team 1: Mercedes – Lewis Hamilton
Hamilton is at the apex of his skill because he is motivated and focused like never before. If he manages to secure the seventh title, he will match the legendary Michael Schumacher’s record in the titles.
Bottas started with a bang in the last season only to be swamped by his teammate, Hamilton as the world champion finally found his rhythm.
Team 2: Ferrari – Sebastian Vettel
Vettel was defeated before, hence has a point to prove this time. Still prone to blunders when under pressure, he needs to experience the serenity of success for once to calm down his nerves.
Charles proved to be a sensation in the last season. We expect him to be even more aggressive and confident this time around. Ferrari said, that they would let their drivers race this time.
Team 3: Red Bull – Max Verstappen
Max shows all indications of being a perfect driver who has all the right resources at his disposal to claim the title for himself. If he gets to drive this year, he will be very keen to grasp his opportunity. His aggressive approach can intimidate Mercedes if played witty.
Alexander Albon in the last season has shown remarkable performance. Albon was born in London but drives with a Thai flag. He had earned his place and it is expected of him to improve in the coming days.
Team 4: McLaren – Carlos Sainz Jr
Carlos delivered the promise he had always shown last year. Ferrari has already signed him for 2021. Sainz is an intelligence driver who remains confident and comfortable when driving his McLaren and it is safe to assume that he would want to say goodbye to the team with a victory.
In the last season, Norris debut is nothing short of outstanding. He not only outperformed his more experienced team members but the excellent qualifying runs were a treat for the fans. He showed his determination to work on rectifying his weaknesses.
F1 2020 will mark the 70th anniversary of the tournament and spectators and sportsmen can be looking forward to it more. Who will earn the throne this time – is the real question?