The 2021 Formula 1 season is coming together. See our team-by-team guide for the latest driver line-up news and analysis.
The pieces are falling into place, but there’s still plenty of uncertainty over exactly which 20 drivers will be lining up on the grid at Melbourne next year, for the first race of the 2021 Formula 1 season.
Rumours and whisperings from the paddock indicate there could still be a shock on the cards but, as the season surges on, time is running out for drivers to secure their seat for another season.
McLaren, Mercedes, Renault, Racing Point and Haas have confirmed their 2021 driver pairings, but there is still a great deal of speculation over the rest of the grid.
Red Bull and Toro Rosso have only just reshuffled their current line-up and may leave it late to make the decision on next year.
Here is a rundown of the latest news and rumours surrounding the remaining seats on the F1 grid, as well as the confirmed driver pairings for 2021.