Now entering his tenth season in Formula One at just 29 years old, Sergio Perez continues to fly the Mexican flag high.
A calm driver with an incredible ability to preserve his tyres, but with a feisty side and one that will fight his way through the pack and into the points. Making his debut with Sauber in 2011, he has been a constant within the sport ever since.
With eight podiums to his name and Mexico’s highest ever points scorer in Formula One, it is easy to see why he has lasted so long in the sport as others have easily came and gone.
Whilst he still awaits that first grand prix victory, teams still know what they will get from Perez, a driver who gives it all and consistently finishes within the points.
For some drivers that start young, Formula One can often be too much for them, but not Stroll. Making his debut at just 18 years old in 2017, following back-to-back championships in Formula Three, he meant business setting records along the way.
His maiden podium in Azerbaijan ensured he became the youngest ever rookie to score one, but another record soon followed. Qualifying second in the wet conditions around Monza saw Stroll become the youngest to start on the front row.
Following an impressive rookie season, Stroll opted for another season at Williams before jumping ship to Racing Point - a team that his father holds a share in.
Now entering his fourth season in the sport, Stroll has the potential to be on the grid for a long time to come just like his team-mate, Perez.