Formula 1 2020: The driver line-ups

Alfa Romeo – Kimi Raikkonen (7), Antonio Giovinazzi (99)

Taking over from Sauber, the Alfa Romeo name returns to Formula 1 for the first time since 1985. All of Alfa Romeo’s 10 wins came in the first two years of the Formula 1 championship – 1950 and 1951 – with Giuseppe Farina becoming the world champion in 1950 and Juan Manuel Fangio a year later.

For 2019 they have the most experienced driver in F1 in the form of 39-year-old Kimi Raikkonen, partnered by 25-year-old Italian Antonio Giovinazzi, who starts the season with only two grands prix to his name as he replaces Marcus Ericsson.

Races started: 130

Pole positions: 12

Wins: 11

Podium places: 26

Championships: 2

2018 position (as Sauber): 8th

2018 position (as Sauber): 8th

2018 position (as Sauber): 8th

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