In the motorsport sector, there are many well-known and well-spelled names came into our mouth, but nothing could replace one name that is Formula 1. The F1 racers get much appreciation and handsome packages for their daredevil acts. Though many are wishing to ride F1, still the only handful of crowds get the chance to race in an F1 track. Among them, very few achieve the title of World Champion.
In this context, I have reviewed some of the news and research well to gather a handful of information regarding who could be the next F1 world champion and at last succeeded.
The worldwide driver’s list those have potential to be the next F1 world champion:
The list of the world’s drivers has been prepared by looking into the facts and results of 2016 junior series. So, let’s discover who they are?
- The very first name came in the list is Mitch Evans. He is from New Zealand and is managed by Mark Webber, who is the nine-time F1 race winner. In 2015, Mitch Evans has given the sensational performance in finishing Monza GP 2 despite starting the race from dead last. Evans also took the 2nd winning title while starting his professional career as Le Mans debut.
- The second name in the list is Pierre Gasly. He is a French man and is in the head of the squad for 2016’s Red Bull F1 junior team.
- In the third, Carlos Sinz, who started his career as a GP 2 debut in 2014’s Renault 3.5 formula championship with a score of four podiums. He is now racing in the series with Prema Racing.
- Number fourth is Oliver Rowland. Last year Oliver Rowland dominated rest of the races with his expert driving skills in the Formula Renault 3.5 series. Oliver’s victory has awarded him to be in the Renault’s F1 house.
- Another promising name is Jack Aitken, who joins Oliver in the younger Renault’s F1 driver program. Jack comes in the first place for his incredibly close six-way title fight for Renault 2.0 Formula Eurocup.
- Nelson Piquet won the 1983 F1 championship in a BMW race car
- While these men are on the voyage to make their names famous, a Colombian lady has entered into the F1 race section, named as Tatiana Calderon. She becomes the first female F1 racer for the Daniil Kvyat team and in 2013 achieved the GP3 title. She is recently crowned with the title of Vice-Champion of the MRF series. She later joins the GP2 series in Formula 3.