Despite his deal being “emotionally” done, Lewis Hamilton remains the 2024 driver market’s biggest unplaced piece. What’s the hold-up? And Daniel Ricciardo’s 2024 outlook is explained as the Aussie seeks to cement his comeback.

It’s one thing to make it to Formula 1, but it’s another thing entirely to stay there.

That’ll be the truism ringing in the ears of F1’s nine uncontracted drivers in 2022, whose first job will be to ensure ongoing gainful employment into 2023 and beyond.

You’ve got to be in it to win it, and with almost half the grid’s seats up for grabs, the 2022–23 silly season has a great deal of potential to be very silly indeed.

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