With the surprising news that Alexander Albon would be competing in DTM this year, we took a look back at the drivers that headed to the German touring car championship after their stint in F1 and those that even started their careers there.
2020 has been one of the weirdest years on record. What started as a fresh new decade and full of exciting opportunities, quickly turned into a living nightmare for most. With a global pandemic on our hands, life was forced to drastically change and that included F1.
With the ban lifted on the number of helmet designs a driver could have throughout a season, 2020 has delivered us some spectacular results and allowed drivers to pay tribute to their home race, run competitions or just create a pizza helmet because Lando.
When F1 confirmed it would be racing around the Bahrain ‘Outer’ layout, many immediately leapt to criticise the 3.543 km track and stated that it wasn’t a proper circuit. With that in mind, we took a trip down memory lane to see some of the weirdest track layouts F1 has ever raced on.
After the announcement that Yuki Tsunoda was to be accompanying Pierre Gasly at AlphaTauri in 2021, poor Daniil Kvyat is out of a race seat and it looks unlikely he’ll be returning to F1 in the near future. As a sort-of goodbye, we’ve compiled our all-time favourite moments from the ‘Torpedo’.