THE OLD SAYING GOES: “IF YOU’RE GOOD ENOUGH, YOU’RE OLD ENOUGH.” AND THAT’S CERTAINLY THE CASE WITH FORMULA 1 DRIVERS. OVER THE DECADES, RECORDS HAVE BEEN BROKEN TIME AND TIME AGAIN AS MOTORSPORT PROTEGES HIT THE TRACK. BUT WHO ARE THE YOUNGEST F1 DRIVERS OF ALL TIME?
The Red Bull prodigy, Max Verstappen hit the 2015 Australian GP at the age of 17.
An 18-year-old Lance Stroll set out on the 2017 Australian GP.
The McLaren driver raced in an F1 car for the first time in 2019 when he was 19 years old.
Being exactly a day younger than Lando, 19 year old Jamie set out in the 2009 Hungarian GP.
the 1980 Canadian GP marked the first race of Mike Thackwell at the age of 19.