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The current longest team and driver partnerships in F1

Recent multi-year deals have strengthening some driver/team ties on the Formula 1 grid. RacingNews365 takes a look at the current longest partnerships.

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With both Charles Leclerc and Lando Norris committing their "long-term" futures at Ferrari and McLaren respectively, it's worth taking a look at how long each driver has committed to their team.

Unsurprisingly Lewis Hamilton leads the list having now entered his record 12th season with Mercedes, having agreed a contract extension up until 2025 with the Silver Arrows.

Max Verstappen boasts the longest contract on the F1 grid, with him locked in to Red Bull until 2028. By then he will have been with the team for 13 years, with this being his ninth year.

After being ousted from Haas at the end of the 2019 season, Kevin Magnussen returned to the American team in 2022. He now enters his seventh season in 2024, having been with them since 2017.

Check out the list below.

Current longest team and driver partnerships in F1

Driver Team Years
Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 12th season
Max Verstappen Red Bull 9th season
Kevin Magnussen Haas 7th season
Charles Leclerc Ferrari 6th season
Lando Norris McLaren 6th season
Lance Stroll Aston Martin 6th season

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