Pilot grid of F1 2018: this is how it is at the moment (updated)
There's only one race left to finish the season Formula 1 of 2017 , we already saw how the world championship this year, both the constructors and the drivers were settled in favor of Mercedes and Hamilton. In the last race, the Brazilian GP and everything was done, could not change anything. Hamilton has been the current world champion of F1 2017 and Vettel has had to settle for being the runner-up in the world despite having had, said by the own Maranello, the best car of the current grid. However, both drivers have been responsible for not getting enough points for the constructors' world, especially Kimi, and Vettel has made very serious mistakes that also cost him his ...
All teams are already thinking about Next year, the factories are already working by piece for the evolutions that will come and face the changes of the F1 2018 , which as you know are notorious. It is not a revolution like the 2016-2017 transition, but it will add the halo that negatively affects the aesthetics and aerodynamics of the car, as well as prohibiting the shark fin, the t-wings and the monkey seat. Therefore, they will have to generate more load in the back area in another way and seek to supply these deficiencies and deal with the halo as best as possible. However, as I say, the cars of 2018 will be quite similar, an evolution of existing ones unless some team has gone wrong in the design or has reached its evolutionary limit and decides to change it.
Good, but what we have to do in this article is to talk about the pilots for next year. Many of the riders who will be present have already been confirmed, so we pretty much know what the future grid will look like except for some unexpected change. The list of riders is:
|Williams||Stroll -?||Missing confirm Kubica or Di Resta|