Ranked: The winners and losers of the Formula One drivers on the move in 2019

Twelve drivers are without a drive or joining new teams after Sunday's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. Here is a rundown on who is going where and if if is a good move or not

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Sunday’s Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix is not just the conclusion of the 2018 Formula One season but the end of an era for many on the grid.

Only eight of the 20 drivers competing this year will be with the same team when the 2019 campaign begins in Australia in March.

Double world champion Fernando Alonso is retiring from F1, while 2007 title winner Kimi Raikkonen is joining Sauber, the team with who he started his career back in 2001, after being replaced at Ferrari by Charles Leclerc.

Scroll through the gallery above to see the drivers who are departing their current employers after the action at Yas Marina Circuit on Sunday and whether it is a good or bad move for them.


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