Valterri Bottas (left) and Kimi Raikkonen could make it a memorable Formula One season for Finland.
Bottas' move from Williams to Mercedes offers the 27-year-old not only a chance of winning his first grand prix but also contending for the drivers' championship.
With what appears to be a more competitive Ferrari this season, Raikkonen will be hoping that he can repeat the form displayed in 2007 (pictured) when he won his only world title.
Raikkonen (left) and Spain's Fernando Alonso spray champagne on the podium at the 2007 Brazilian Grand Prix where the Finn clinched his maiden world crown.
Raikkonen was the third Finn to win a F1 world title, eight years after Miki Hakkinen had clinched his second world title at the Japanese Grand Prix in Suzuka.
Hakkinen sits on the shoulders of Eddie Irvine (left) and his McLaren Mercedes teammate David Coulthard at the Suzuka race track in 1998 -- the year he won his first drivers title.
The first Finn to win an F1 world title was Keke Rosberg back in 1982.
Finland has produced a string of world champions in rallying including Tommi Makinen who won four consecutive world titles from 1996 to 1999.
Makinen celebrates being crowned world rally champion in 1998.
Juha Kankkunen also won the world rally championship four times during the late 1980s and early 1990s.
Marcus Gronholm (right) and co-driver Timo Rautiainen celebrate winning the 2002 World Rally Championship following the final stage of the Rally of New Zealand.
Ari Vatanen (second from left) celebrates after winning the 1985 Monte Carlo Rally. Vatanen won the 1981 World Rally Championship and the Paris Dakar Rally four times during the late 1980s and early 1990s.