In the final instalment of our driver performance analysis series we look at a driver whose uneven campaign last year raised questions over his future at Ferrari.
Max Verstappen has emerged as the clear team leader at Red Bull and scored some great wins last year, but says he still has room for improvement.
Lando Norris had a lot to be proud about after his first season in Formula 1 but admitted he doubted his ability before his debut.
Valtteri Bottas said last season was his best performance so far in Formula 1, though it still wasn’t enough to beat his team mate Lewis Hamilton.
Carlos Sainz Jnr scored his first podium and highest championship finish last season, but he says he’s shown his potential in previous years too.
How much longer can Lewis Hamilton sustain a streak of form which has seen him win five of the last six world championships, and take 62 race victories in that time?
Robert Kubica said he was happy with his performance, if not his results, on his return to F1, and frustrated by the inconsistencies of his Williams.
Nico Hulkenberg felt Renault had “a lot of headwind” during his last season in F1 as they struggled to consistently reach their potential.
Pierre Gasly proved there’s life after Red Bull at Toro Rosso, but admits he failed to make the most out of his chance at the top team.
Sergio Perez was pleased with his performance last season despite Racing Point starting the campaign with a car that struggled to escape Q1.
Haas was slow to identify the aerodynamic problems with its VF-19 which led to many “frustrating” races for Kevin Magnussen during last season.
Kimi Raikkonen had a season of two halves at Alfa Romeo, mustering just one points finish after the summer break – albeit a very good one.
Lance Stroll said he learned a lot from team mate Sergio Perez in his first year at Racing Point, and expects to benefit from it in 2020.
Daniil Kvyat missed out on a chance to get promoted back into Red Bull but he still believes last season was “one of my best years in F1”
Daniel Ricciardo insisted he didn’t regret leaving Red Bull for Renault, but admitted his new team were too far from the pace at times last year.
Antonio Givinazzi’s lack of real-world racing in the two years before his first full season in F1 clearly set him back, but he made obvious progress.
Charles Leclerc had a great first season as a Ferrari driver, but he knows he has plenty of potential to improve, as the data demonstrates.
Alexander Albon landed a dream promotion to Red Bull in in his first season of Formula 1, but he knows there’s still “scope for me to improve”.
In our latest driver performance review we hear from George Russell, who endured a tough debut Formula 1 season but said he “probably wouldn’t change any of it”.
In the first of a new series of articles we look at how the F1 drivers judged their last campaigns – and what the data says about their efforts.