So far this season, Charles Leclerc and Max Verstappen have been the two most dominant drivers on the grid in terms of performance.
The Monegasque driver managed wins in Bahrain and Australia as well as a second-place finish in Saudi Arabia. Whilst Verstappen won in Jeddah and was on course for two second-place finishes in Sakhir and Melbourne, but for problems with his car forcing him to retire from the races themselves.
Sergio Perez is having a decent season so far, as the Mexican finished second in Melbourne. Prior to this, he scored a fourth-place finish in Saudi Arabia and was on course for a podium in Bahrain after Verstappen’s engine failure, before technical problems with his own car forced him to retire from the race.
Valtteri Bottas has impressed so far with a rejuvenated Alfa Romeo team, earning sixth and eighth-placed finishes at Bahrain and Australia. The Finn may have scored more points this season if he wasn’t forced to retire at Jeddah.
Frenchman Pierre Gasly will be looking to impress at Alphatauri’s home GP, having previously scored points in either of his last two races, taking his tally up to six for the season after a disappointing retirement in Bahrain.