Alfa Romeo Racing driver Antonio Giovinazzi reflects on his unusual career path to F1®, remembers his last-minute debut for Sauber in Australia in 2017 and talks about his relationship with teammate Kimi Raikkonen, while we wrap up Max Verstappen’s win in the first Dutch GP for 36 years held at Zandvoort last Sunday.

As much as the 2019 season is hotly anticipated as the next chapter of Ferrari vs Mercedes, important too is that it’ll be the very first chapter for a new crop of F1 debutants.
Sebastian Vettel on the 2017 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix podium.
Sebastian Vettel burst his own championship dream, but in the midfield two drivers kcikstarted theirs.
Giovinazzi ready to learn from baptism of fire
Antonio Giovinazzi won't let his qualifying crash define his Shanghai Sauber cameo.
The race to replace Raikkonen
Three drivers make obvious early candidates to replace Kimi Raikkonen at Ferrari in 2018.