As a seven-time world champion, Lewis Hamilton is one of the all-time greats. Making his Formula One debut in 2007, he almost started off his career with a championship losing out by just one point to Kimi Raikkonen in the Ferrari.
However, just 12 months later, he won his maiden world title in the most dramatic of ways passing Timo Glock on the last lap in Brazil. He then went through the next coming years in an uncompetitive car as he saw Jenson Button and Sebastian Vettel win titles.
But Hamilton’s time for championship wins arrived once again - he beat Nico Rosberg in Abu Dhabi for his second in 2014 and once again for a third one year later. After a disappointing 2016, Hamilton was back on top in 2017 to then win four consecutive titles which leaves him as a seven-time world champion and counting.
With a long, coveted history within Formula One, Finland has produced yet another gem - a calm personality, but a warrior in the car.
Making his debut with Williams in 2013, Valtteri Bottas quickly made his way to the front of the grid scoring podiums in just his second season, whilst coming out on top against his veteran team-mate, Felipe Massa.
Bottas continued to impress with Williams showcasing himself as the up and coming youngster who will eventually go on to compete for race victories and do that he has done - helped by a promotion in 2017 to the most coveted F1 seat at the time, a drive at Mercedes following the retirement of newly crowned world champion, Nico Rosberg.
Driving for the same team as Lewis Hamilton is tough and Bottas has experienced that first hand often being described as his ‘wingman’, but he has still held his own.
Seven race wins and counting, in some races Bottas has out-drove Hamilton. However, he must do that regularly to take the world title fight to the last race weekend and become Finland’s fourth world champion.