After his first full season in Formula One, Antonio Giovinazzi is back for another alongside the 2007 world champion, Kimi Raikkonen.
Following an impressive GP2 campaign in 2016 where he finished a close second to Pierre Gasly, Giovinazzzi was given the opportunity as a stand-in at Sauber for the opening two races of the 2017 F1 season.
A solid debut in Melbourne witnessed him finish twelfth, but that was followed by a disappointing retirement in Shanghai where he crashed out. However he would then have to wait a little while longer for his next opportunity in Formula One - almost two years later as he returned in 2019 to race for Alfa Romeo.
It was a slow start to the season for Giovinazzi but he eventually found his rhythm to drive some impressive races such as his fifth placed finish in Brazil. With a tremendous team-mate to learn from in Kimi Raikkonen, 2020 will be the season for Giovinazzi to kick-on and consistently challenge for point finishes.