- Antonio Giovinazzi
- Fernando Alonso
- Valtteri Bottas
- Marcus Ericsson
- Pierre Gasly
- Romain Grosjean
- Lewis Hamilton
- Brendon Hartley
- Nico Hülkenberg
- Jordan King
- Jordan King
- Daniil Kvyat
- Kevin Magnussen
- Felipe Massa
- Esteban Ocon
- Jolyon Palmer
- Sergio Perez
- Kimi Räikkönen
- Daniel Ricciardo
- Carlos Sainz Jr
- Lance Stroll
- Stoffel Vandoorne
- Max Verstappen
- Sebastian Vettel
- Pascal Wehrlein
|1||Australia||Albert Park||March 26||Sauber (C35)||ret||14|
|2||China||Shanghai||April 9||Sauber (C36)||15||14|
|3||Bahrain||BIC||April 16||Sauber (C36)||ret||19|
|4||Russia||Sochi||April 30||Sauber (C36)||15||18|
|5||Spain||Catalunya||May 14||Sauber (C36)||11||16|
|6||Monaco||Monaco||May 28||Sauber (C36)||ret||19|
|7||Canada||Gilles Villeneuve||June 11||Sauber (C36)||13||19|
|8||Europe||Baku||June 25||Sauber (C36)||11||11|
|9||Austria||Spielberg||July 9||Sauber (C36)||15||15|
|10||Great Britain||Silverstone||July 16||Sauber (C36)||14||18|
|11||Hungary||Hungaroring||July 30||Sauber (C36)||16||20|
|12||Belgium||Spa||August 27||Sauber (C36)||16||17|
|13||Italy||Monza||September 3||Sauber (C36)||ret||11|
|14||Singapore||Singapore||September 17||Sauber (C36)||ret||19|
|15||Malaysia||Sepang||October 1||Sauber (C36)||18||19|
|16||Japan||Suzuka||October 8||Sauber (C36)||ret||16|
|17||United States||Austin||October 22||Sauber (C36)||15||13|
|18||Mexico||Mexico City||October 29||Sauber (C36)||ret||16|
|19||Brazil||Interlagos||November 12||Sauber (C36)||13||13|
|First race||Australian Grand Prix||Albert Park||March 16, 2014||Race results|
|Last race||Brazilian Grand Prix||Interlagos||November 12, 2017||Race results|
Born in Kumla in central Sweden, Ericsson's motorsport career kicked off in 1998 when he turned up at his local kart track and set a new lap record. He soon had a kart of his own and started competing in national events where he caught the eye of IndyCar champion Kenny Brack.
Brack helped put together a deal for Ericsson, still just 16 years old at the time, to race in the 2007 Formula BMW UK Championship and he won the title with seven race victories. A step up to British Formula 3 followed and after finishing fifth in his first year, he combined some European F3 races with a full assault on the Japanese F3 championship. He won the title in his first season in Japan and by the end of the year was competing in the GP2 Asia Series.
For 2010 he took part in the full GP2 Series with Super Nova and his first victory came in the sprint race at the Valencia street circuit. In 2011 he joined iSport, but despite a better season overall, failed to score a victory.
His first feature race win came at Spa-Francorchamps in 2012 and for 2013 he joined reigning champions DAMS. However, he failed to repeat the success of Davide Valsecchi before him and had to settle for sixth in the standings at the end of the year.
Nevertheless, the results were still enough to secure him a race drive at Caterham with the help of funding from his personal sponsors. Overall, he did little in his rookie year to shake the reputation of a pay driver, often failing to beat Kamui Kobayashi and one-off team-mate Andre Lotterer - though his performances did pick up in the latter part of the year. Caterham went into administration before the season was out and Ericsson opted not to drive for the team as it returned for the finale in Abu Dhabi, having been signed by Sauber for the 2015 season alongside Felipe Nasr.
Strengths and weaknesses
Ericsson's true talent was hard to gauge in his first season at the back of the grid with Caterham. That and his three wins in four seasons of GP2 hardly captured the imagination and his upcoming season at Sauber will be crucial if he wants to shake off the reputation as a driver only in F1 because of his substantial financial backing.
Beign compared to Alain Prost when aged just 16 by former Indy 500 winner Kenny Brack and winning the Formula BMW UK championship in Brack's team the following season. Another high was qualifying on pole for the 2009 Macau Grand Prix, where he went on to finish fourth.
Being out-qualified by Andre Lotterer at the 2014 Belgian Grand Prix in what was his temporary Caterham's team-mate's second day of driving a Formula One car.