Sergio Perez is one of the fastest drivers competing in Formula One today. With a renowned ability to combine raw speed with ultimate control, Sergio has fought his way to the podium on several occasions.
Sergio’s ultimate dream of racing in Formula One came true in 2011 when he joined Sauber F1 Team, making history as only the fifth Mexican driver to reach the pinnacle of motorsport. He soon became F1’s newest hot property with three podiums to his name in 2012. After a trying year with McLaren in 2013, Sergio found renewed energy at Force India for 2014.
Remaining as one of the sport’s leading racers, Sergio continued to push the boundaries of his car and rack up podium finishes throughout 2015 to 2019, becoming Mexico’s most prolific F1 podium scorer. In 2020, the Mexican claimed a rightfully-deserved maiden Grand Prix victory with a masterful drive for Racing Point in Bahrain.
In 2021, Sergio finally received his long overdue chance with one of the sport’s big three teams and aims to build on that winning momentum as he joined title-contenders Red Bull Racing. Taking his second race victory in Azerbaijan, Sergio proved a formidable frontrunner with a further four podium finishes - including in front of his home crowd in Mexico City.
Mike Conway has competed at the pinnacle of endurance racing for seven years. As one of Britain’s finest racing exports, he won the infamous Macau Grand Prix in 2006, was selected as Honda Racing’s Formula One test driver in 2007 and became a multiple race-winner in IndyCar.
Stepping into the top fold of the World Endurance Championship with TOYOTA GAZOO Racing, Mike has claimed 11 wins and 31 podiums across his time in the top-flight endurance class. In 2020, he achieved a lifelong dream and became World Champion with a stunning season, boasting four wins from eight races and a 100% podium finish record.
Defending his crown in 2021, Mike spearheaded TOYOTA GAZOO Racing’s brand-new Hypercar project as WEC entered a new era of motor racing. Another spellbinding season followed with three victories, including the illustrious 24 Hours of Le Mans, and a podium finish at every event. He successfuly retained his championship status, becoming Britain's first two-time endurance champion since Derek Bell in 1985 & 1986.
Alexander Albon is a Thai-British racing driver for Williams Racing in the 2022 Formula One World Championship.
Alex started racing at the age of 8, racing karts in the Honda Cadet class from 2005. His karting success snowballed from the off, Albon had the remarkable record of not finishing outside the Top 3 in any championship he competed in from 2006 - 2011. He became a multiple champion at British and European levels of karting - where he raced and won against the likes of Charles Leclerc and Max Verstappen.
From the 2012 season onwards, he graduated to single-seaters. Alex's highlights in Formula car racing have come in the 2014 Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup, where he was 3rd overall and the 2016 GP3 Series, which saw him finish 2nd overall - just behind Champion Charles Leclerc.
2018 saw Alex race in the FIA Formula 2 Championship, where he took 4 Wins, 7 Podiums and 3 Pole Positions - fighting for the Driver's Championship in the Season Finale, where he finished the season 3rd overall.
Alex made his Formula 1 debut at the 2019 Australian Grand Prix for Scuderia Toro Rosso, representing Thailand. Following an increasingly impressive Rookie season, Alex was promoted to Aston Martin Red Bull Racing for the Belgian Grand Prix and onwards - before being retained for the 2020 season after a strong end to his debut season in F1.
2020 saw Alex take his maiden podium in Mugello, before doubling his podium tally at the Bahrain Grand Prix later that season.
Alex joined Williams Racing for the 2022 season, where he would partner Nicholas Latifi as the sport heads into a new era of Formula 1.