F1 teams and driver line-ups are all locked in and ready to roll in 2023. We have past the point of no return. Buckle up.


There are no changes to the teams in 2023 with all 10 returning from 2022, though their driver line-ups have been juggled around.

Sebastian Vettel's retirement at the end of last season led to a mini midfield merry-go-round as Fernando Alonso left Alpine to replace him at Aston Martin.

Alpine announced Oscar Piastri as their new driver but a stunning social media post from Piastri denied he had agreed a deal and was swiftly announced to replace Daniel Ricciardo at McLaren.

Ricciardo is now off the starting grid as a third driver for Red Bull, while Alpine poached Pierre Gasly to create an all-French partnership between themselves, Gasly and Esteban Ocon.

Nico Hulkenberg is back on the grid full-time after taking Mick Schumacher's place at Haas. Schumacher has moved to Mercedes as their reserve driver.

Nyck de Vries's impressive stand-in debut at Williams last season helped him on the way to replacing Gasly at AlphaTauri, while Nicholas Latifi has been replaced by US driver Logan Sargeant ahead of three stateside races in 2023.

RadioTimes.com brings you the full F1 driver line-up for 2023 including teams and last season's points totals.

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F1 drivers and teams 2023

  • Red Bull (Max Verstappen - Sergio Perez)
  • Ferrari (Charles Leclerc - Carlos Sainz)
  • Mercedes (Lewis Hamilton - George Russell)
  • Alpine (Esteban Ocon - Pierre Gasly)
  • McLaren (Lando Norris - Oscar Piastri)
  • Alfa Romeo (Valtteri Bottas - Zhou Guanyu)
  • Aston Martin (Lance Stroll - Fernando Alonso)
  • Haas (Kevin Magnussen - Nico Hulkenberg)
  • AlphaTauri (Yuki Tsunoda - Nyck de Vries)
  • Williams (Alex Albon - Logan Sargeant)

Red Bull F1 drivers

Max Verstappen #1

(2022: 1st – 454pts)

Sergio Perez #11

(2022: 3rd – 305pts)

Ferrari F1 drivers

Charles Leclerc #16

(2022: 2nd – 308pts)

Carlos Sainz #55

(2022: 5th – 246pts)

Mercedes F1 drivers

Lewis Hamilton #44

(2022: 6th – 240pts)

George Russell #63

(2022: 4th – 275pts)

Alpine F1 drivers

Pierre Gasly #10

(2022: 14th – 23pts for AlphaTauri)

Esteban Ocon #31

(2022: 8th – 92pts)

McLaren F1 drivers

Oscar Piastri #81

(2022: N/A)

Lando Norris #4

(2022: 7th – 122pts)

Alfa Romeo F1 drivers

Zhou Guanyu #24

(2022: 18th – 6pts)

Valtteri Bottas #77

(2022: 10th – 49pts)

Aston Martin F1 drivers

Fernando Alonso #14

(2022: 9th – 81pts for Alpine)

Lance Stroll #18

(2022: 15th – 18pts)

Haas F1 drivers

Nico Hulkenberg #27

(2022: Two races – 0pts for Aston Martin)

Kevin Magnussen #20

(2022: 13th – 25pts)

AlphaTauri F1 drivers

Nyck de Vries #TBC

(2022: One race – 2pts for Williams)

Yuki Tsunoda #22

(2022: 17th – 12pts)

Williams F1 drivers

Logan Sargeant #2

(2022: N/A)

Alex Albon #23

(2022: 19th – 4pts)

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