Lewis Hamilton has won five of the last six Formula 1 World Drivers' Championships including this year's. The racing legend broke and currently holds the records for the all-time highest number of career points (3405), most pole positions (87) and most points in any season (408).
Dominating the sport, the British champion is likely to be the top driver for the foreseeable future.
However, after coming in seventh place in the Sao Paulo Grand Prix this November, the gap between the rest of the field maybe closing. Here are four drivers who could win their first championship in 2019 and the coming years.
After being fast-tracked into the Grand Prix, Lando Norris is currently 11th in the standings, but don't be surprised if he becomes a contender sooner rather than later.
In November 2019 Formula 1 bosses committed to making the sport completely carbon neutral by 2030. Electric vehicles have propelled the rise of Formula E, but FE and sustainability aren’t the only fields presenting challenges and opportunities for Motorsport going forward.
Innovations in technology from leading Automotive brands, autonomous capabilities for commercial and racing cars, skills shortage and safety engineering breakthroughs will see an interesting and exciting new era for Motorsport teams, drivers and fans alike.
Here’s what the Future Will Look Like for Motorsport.