The 2021 F1 season is fast approaching and here we have the list of teams and drivers competing in the championship with other details.

The FIA finally released the updated entry list for 2021 F1 season which showcases few changes from the last one in 2020. The biggest is for Renault changing to Alpine and Racing Point to Aston Martin. It resulted in their chassis abbreviation change too.

For Alpine, it went from ‘R.S.20’ to ‘A521’, whereas for Aston Martin, it changed from ‘RP20’ to ‘AMR21’. Apart from few changes in terms of team personnel and drivers, only one F1 team name saw a sponsor addition, with Haas securing Uralkali partnership.

Here’s a table consisting of key details of 10 F1 teams:

Team Name Driver/Car Number Team Personnel Engine Make Chassis/Car Name
Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula One Team Lewis Hamilton (44), Valtteri Bottas (77) Toto Wolff (Team Principal), James Allison (Technical Director), Richard Sanders (Commercial Director), Hywel Thomas (Managing Director, Powertrains) Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 Mercedes, W12
Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow Carlos Sainz (55), Charles Leclerc (16) Mattia Binotto (Managing Director), Laurent Mekies (Racing Director, Track Area), Enrico Cardile (Head of Chassis), Enrico Gualtieri (Head of Power Unit Area), Gianmaria Fulgenzi (Head of Supply Chain) Ferrari 065/6 Ferrari, SF21
Red Bull Racing Honda Max Verstappen (33), Sergio Perez (11) Christian Horner (Team Principal), Adrian Newey (Chief Technical Officer), Pierre Wache (Technical Director), Jonathan Wheatley (Sporting Director), Rob Marshall (Chief Engineering Officer) Honda RA621H Red Bull Racing, RB16B
McLaren F1 Team Daniel Ricciardo (3), Lando Norris (4) Zak Brown (CEO), Andreas Seidl (Team Principal), James Key (Technical Director), Paul James (Team Manager), Andrea Stella (Executive Director, Racing), Piers Thynne (Executive Director, Operations), Mark Waller (Chief Commercial Officer) Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 McLaren, MCL35M
Alpine F1 Team Fernando Alonso (14), Esteban Ocon (31) Laurent Rossi (CEO), Marcin Budkowski (Executive Director), Davide Brivio (Racing Director), Pat Fry (Chassis Technical Director), Remi Taffin (Engine Technical Director) Renault E-Tech 20B Alpine, A521
Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda Pierre Gasly (10), Yuki Tsunoda (22) Franz Tost (Team Principal), Jody Egginton (Technical Director), Graham Watson (Team Manager) Honda RA621H AlphaTauri, AT02
Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN Kimi Raikkonen (7), Antonio Giovinazzi (99) Frederic Vasseur (Team Principal), Jan Monchaux (Technical Director) Ferrari 065/6 Alfa Romeo Racing, C41
Aston Martin Cognizant Formula One Team Sebastian Vettel (5), Lance Stroll (18) Lawrence Stroll (Chairman, Co-owner), Otmar Szafnauer (Team Principal & CEO), Andrew Green (Technical Director) Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 Aston Martin, AMR21
Uralkali Haas F1 Team Mick Schumacher (47), Nikita Mazepin (9) Gene Haas (Team Owner), Guenther Steiner (Team Principal), Joe Custer (COO), Simone Resta (Technical Director) Ferrari 065/6 Haas, VF-21
Williams Racing George Russell (63), Nicholas Latifi (6) Jost Capito (CEO), Simon Roberts (Team Principal), Tim Hunt (Commercial & Marketing Director) Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 Williams, FW43B


Reserve/Test/Simulator F1 driver list:

Mercedes – Stoffel Vandoorne, Nyck de Vries

Ferrari – Antonio Giovinazzi, Antonio Fuoco, Callum Ilott, Davide Rigon

Red Bull – Alexander Albon, Sebastien Buemi

McLaren – Will Stevens, Oliver Turvey

Alpine – Daniil Kvyat, Guanyu Zhou

AlphaTauri – Alexander Albon

Alfa Romeo Racing – Robert Kubica, Tatiana Calderon

Haas – Pietro Fittipaldi

Williams – Jack Aitken, Roy Nissany

Junior F1 driver list:

Mercedes – Frederik Vesti, Paul Aron, Andrea Kimi Antonelli, Alex Powell

Ferrari – Mick Schumacher, Marcus Armstrong, Robert Shwartzman, Arthur Leclerc, Dino Beganovic, Callum Ilott, Maya Weug, James Wharton

Red Bull – Juri Vips, Jehan Daruvala, Liam Lawson, Dennis Hauger, Jonny Edgar, Ayumu Iwasa, Jack Doohan, Jak Crawford, Arvid Lindbald

Alpine – Guanyu Zhou, Christian Lundgaard, Oscar Piastri, Victor Martins, Caio Collet

Sauber Motorsport – Theo Pourchaire, Emerson Fittipaldi Jr, Petr Ptacek, Dexter Patterson

Williams – Roy Nissany, Jamie Chadwick

FIA F1 2021 Official Entry List – March 9 (Last Updated):

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