2015 F1 Driver List

With the last race of the season no more than a memory, and less than 3 months to go until testing for the 2015 season begins, the teams have mostly confirmed their driver line ups for next year.  The 2015 F1 Driver List contains quite a few changes from this season, and as of the 2nd December there are still several teams who have yet to confirm their official driver line up – notably McLaren.

Latest 2015 F1 Driver List

In the following list, drivers who have remained with their 2014 team are shown in blue, movers are red, rookies are green.


  • Lewis Hamilton
  • Nico Rosberg

Red Bull

  • Daniel Ricciardo
  • Daniil Kvyat


  • Felipe Massa
  • Valtteri Bottas


  • Sebastian Vettel
  • Kimi Raikkonen


  • TBC
  • TBC

Sahara Force India

  • Nico Hulkenberg
  • Sergio Perez

Toro Rosso

  • Carlos Sainz Jr
  • Max Verstappen

Sauber F1

  • Felipe Nasr
  • Marcus Ericsson

Lotus F1

  • Pastor Maldonado
  • Romain Grosjean

Caterham F1

  • TBC
  • TBC

Marussia / Manor GP

  • TBC
  • TBC

Caterham and Manor GP have been included in this list as the teams are still shown on the official constructors entry at the FIA championship website here.  Neither team have confirmed yet that they will be running in 2015, although Caterham have been given dispensation to run their 2014 car.

There are 3 confirmed rookies on the 2015 F1 Driver list, and 4 drivers who have moved from one team to another.  Notable absentees at the time of writing are Fernando Alonso (widely expected to driver for McLaren), Jenson Button & Kevin Magnussen (either McLaren, or leaving the series), and the drivers from Caterham and Marussia.

The full list of drivers who drove during 2014 have not got a confirmed seat for the championship in 2015, are as follows:

  • Fernando Alonso (2014 Ferarri)
  • Jenson Button (2014 McLaren)
  • Kevin Magnussen (2014 McLaren)
  • Jean Eric Vergne (2014 Toro Rosso)
  • Adrian Sutil (2014 Sauber)
  • Esteban Gutierrez (2014 Sauber)
  • Kamui Kobayashi (2014 Caterham)
  • Will Stevens (2014 Caterham)
  • Max Chilton (2014 Marussia)

In addition to the list above, Jules Bianchi is still receiving treatment for his injuries at the Japanese Grand Prix and is unlikely to return to the sport in the near future.


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