Our driver squadOur driver squad
The Aston Martin Aramco Formula One Team driver squad comprises youth and experience, and features World Champions and up-and-coming stars of the future.
A mercurial talent from Canada – after blitzing the junior single-seater ranks, Lance jumped straight from F3 to F1 while still a teenager. His steely determination and focus have characterised his F1 career: partnered against race winners and World Champions alike, he has always held his own.
Feared by rivals for his ceaseless combativity, the 42-year-old double World Champion has lost none of the speed and guile that have defined an F1 career spanning more than two decades. The Spaniard's skill, speed and experience are helping to drive us forward on our journey to becoming title challengers.
Felipe has earnt plaudits for his performances as Aston Martin Aramco test and reserve driver – his sound judgement and maturity, both in and out of the cockpit, belying his young age. An aspiring Grand Prix driver, Felipe wants to put Brazil back on the F1 map.
Stoffel set a blistering pace in prestigious junior categories on the road to F1, winning a third of the races on his way to the 2015 F2 title. The Belgian raced in F1 for two seasons before competing in Formula E where he clinched the title in only his third season in the category.
The first woman to drive a modern F1 car in almost half a decade, Jessica has never shied away from breaking convention. An LGBTQ+ ambassador and advocate for equality and inclusion, she switched to stunt driving after an early foray into single-seaters. She later joined W Series where she quickly emerged as a frontrunner and raced competitively in all three W Series seasons.
Pedro de la Rosa
Pedro forged his reputation in Japan's ultra-competitive national championships, with title victories in F3, Formula Nippon and Super GT earning him a drive in F1. He competed in 107 Grands Prix between 1999 and 2012 but earned even greater praise in his role as a development driver, driving more than 65,000 test miles in F1 machinery.
The driver squad's youngest member will represent Aston Martin in the 2024 F1 Academy season while under the expert mentorship of Jessica Hawkins. Prior to joining the programme, Tina cut her teeth in karting and more recently in Italian F4 and Euro 4.
One of the most promising young American talents, Jak has garnered multiple karting titles and recorded victories at almost every level of junior single-seater racing. He continues his motorsport journey in 2024 with Aston Martin Aramco on a Young Driver Development programme.
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