Formula 1 2017: The driver line-ups

Who is driving for who in 2017? Take a look at this season's team line-ups.

Kimi Raikkonen (Finland) - Ferrari

Kimi Raikkonen
Kimi Raikkonen is the oldest driver in Formula 1 this season
Date of birth: 17/10/79Races started: 255Pole positions: 16
Wins: 20Podium places: 85World titles: 1
2016 position: 6th2016 wins / podiums: 0/42016 best: 2nd - Bahrain, Spain

Sebastian Vettel (Germany) - Ferrari

Sebastian Vettel
Only Michael Schumacher (seven) and Juan Manuel Fangio (five) have won the world championship more times than Sebastian Vettel
Date of birth: 3/7/87Races started: 182Pole positions: 47
Wins: 44Podium places: 91World titles: 4
2016 position: 4th2016 wins / podiums: 0/72016 best: 2nd - three times

Esteban Ocon (France) - Force India

Esteban Ocon
Esteban Ocon took part in the last nine races of the 2016 season, replacing Rio Haryanto at Manor in August
Date of birth: 17/9/96Races started: 13Pole positions: 0
Wins: 0Podium places: 0World titles: 0
2016 position: 23rd2016 wins / podiums: 0/02016 best: 12th - Brazil

Sergio Perez (Mexico) - Force India

Sergio Perez
Sergio Perez finished in the points in each of the last 10 races of the 2016 season
Date of birth: 26/1/90Races started: 118Pole positions: 0
Wins: 0Podium places: 7World titles: 0
2016 position: 7th2016 wins / podiums: 0/22016 best: 3rd - Monaco, European

Romain Grosjean (France) - Haas

Romain Grosjean
In the last 12 races of 2016, Romain Grosjean failed to start twice, failed to finish twice and only picked up one point, courtesy of a 10th-placed finish at the United States Grand Prix
Date of birth: 17/4/86Races started: 106Pole positions: 0
Wins: 0Podium places: 10World titles: 0
2016 position: 13th2016 wins / podiums: 0/02016 best: 5th - Bahrain

Kevin Magnussen (Denmark) - Haas

Kevin Magnussen
Kevin Magnussen will be racing for his third different team in three seasons after moving from Renault to Haas in November
Date of birth: 5/10/92Races started: 44Pole positions: 0
Wins: 0Podium places: 1World titles: 0
2016 position: 16th2016 wins / podiums: 0/02016 best: 7th - Russia

Fernando Alonso (Spain) - McLaren

Fernando Alonso
Fernando Alonso has had the fourth highest amount of podium places in Formula 1. Only Michael Schumacher, Alain Prost and Lewis Hamilton have had more
Date of birth: 29/7/81Races started: 275Pole positions: 22
Wins: 32Podium places: 97World titles: 2
2016 position: 10th2016 wins / podiums: 0/02016 best: 5th - Monaco, USA

Stoffel Vandoorne (Belgium) - McLaren

Stoffel Vandoorne
Stoffel Vandoorne earned one point by finishing 10th in Bahrain in his first - and only - race of 2016 as he stepped in because of an injury to Fernando Alonso
Date of birth: 26/3/92Races started: 4Pole positions: 0
Wins: 0Podium places: 0World titles: 0
2016 position: 202016 wins / podiums: 0/02016 best: 10th - Bahrain

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Valtteri Bottas (Finland) - Mercedes

Valtteri Bottas
Valtteri Bottas will be seeking to win a grand prix for the first time in his career in 2017 as he steps into the Mercedes spot vacated by 2016 world champion Nico Rosberg
Date of birth: 28/8/89Races started: 82Pole positions: 1
Wins: 0Podium places: 12World titles: 0
2016 position: 8th2016 wins / podiums: 0/12016 best: 3rd - Canada

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Lewis Hamilton (Great Britain) - Mercedes

Lewis Hamilton
Only Michael Schumacher (91) has won more grand prix races than Lewis Hamilton (54)
Date of birth: 7/1/85Races started: 192Pole positions: 64
Wins: 55Podium places: 108World titles: 3
2016 position: 2nd2016 wins / podiums: 10/172016 best: 1st - 10 times

Daniel Ricciardo (Australia) - Red Bull

Daniel Ricciardo
Daniel Ricciardo finished in the points in 20 out of 21 races in 2016. He only missed out on a perfect season-long run with an 11th-placed finish at the Russian Grand Prix in race four of the season
Date of birth: 1/7/89Races started: 113Pole positions: 1
Wins: 4Podium places: 19World titles: 0
2016 position: 3rd2016 wins / podiums: 1/82016 best: 1st - Malaysia

Max Verstappen (Netherlands) - Red Bull

Max Verstappen
Max Verstappen became the youngest ever Formula 1 race winner when he triumphed at the Spanish Grand Prix in May 2016, aged 18 years, seven months and 15 days
Date of birth: 30/9/97Races started: 44Pole positions: 0
Wins: 1Podium places: 8World titles: 0
2016 position: 5th2016 wins / podiums: 1/72016 best: 1st - Spain

Nico Hulkenberg (Germany) - Renault

Nico Hulkenberg
Only Adrian Sutil (128) and Pierluigi Martini (119) have started more Formula 1 races and not gained a podium finish than Nico Hulkenberg
Date of birth: 19/8/87Races started: 119Pole positions: 1
Wins: 0Podium places: 0World titles: 0
2016 position: 9th2016 wins / podiums: 0/02016 best: 4th - Belgium

Jolyon Palmer (Great Britain) - Renault

Jolyon Palmer
Jolyon Palmer gained the first point of his grand prix career in his 15th race with a 10th-placed finish in Malaysia
Date of birth: 20/1/91Races started: 24Pole positions: 0
Wins: 0Podium places: 0World titles: 0
2016 position: 18th2016 wins / podiums: 0/02016 best: 10th - Malaysia

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Marcus Ericsson (Sweden) - Sauber

Marcus Ericsson
In his three seasons in Formula 1, Marcus Ericsson has come 19th, 18th and 22nd in the drivers' championship
Date of birth: 2/9/90Races started: 60Pole positions: 0
Wins: 0Podium places: 0World titles: 0
2016 position: 22nd2016 wins / podiums: 0/02016 best: 11th - Mexico

Pascal Wehrlein (Germany) - Sauber

Pascal Wehrlein
A crash during the Race of Champions in Miami, Florida, in January meant Pascal Wehrlein missed the first Formula 1 testing session in Barcelona
Date of birth: 18/10/94Races started: 24Pole positions: 0
Wins: 0Podium places: 0World titles: 0
2016 position: 192016 wins / podiums: 0/02016 best: 10th - Austria

Carlos Sainz (Spain) - Toro Rosso

Carlos Sainz Jr
Carlos Sainz Jr is the son of two-time world rally champion Carlos Sainz
Date of birth: 1/9/94Races started: 44Pole positions: 0
Wins: 0Podium places: 0World titles: 0
2016 position: 12th2016 wins / podiums: 0/02016 best: 6th - three times

Daniil Kvyat (Russia) - Toro Rosso

Daniil Kvyat
Daniil Kvyat finished no better than ninth in his 17 races for Toro Rosso after being replaced in the Red Bull team by Max Verstappen in May
Date of birth: 26/4/94Races started: 61Pole positions: 0
Wins: 0Podium places: 2World titles: 0
2016 position: 14th2016 wins / podiums: 0/12016 best: 3rd - China

Felipe Massa (Brazil) - Williams

Felipe Massa
Felipe Massa is one of only eight men to have started in at least 250 grand prix races
Date of birth: 25/4/81Races started: 254Pole positions: 16
Wins: 11Podium places: 41World titles: 0
2016 position: 11th2016 wins / podiums: 0/02016 best: 5th - Australia, Russia

Lance Stroll (Canada) - Williams

Lance Stroll
Eighteen-year-old Lance Stroll is the youngest of the 2017 drivers and comes to Formula 1 after winning the Euro F3 Championship in 2016
Date of birth: 29/10/98Races started: 5Pole positions: N/A
Wins: N/APodium places: N/AWorld titles: N/A
2016 position: N/A2016 wins / podiums: N/A2016 best: N/A

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