There may still be over a month to go until the start of the new Formula 1 season but it is fair to say that there has been plenty to report back on since the 2022 finished back in November.

After what was something of a procession for Max Verstappen and Red Bull last year, the hope is that this coming year will see a more even contest and more evenly contested races for the Driver and Constructor’s Championship.

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Let’s now quickly recap how the 2022 F1 Season finished before we look forward to what we can expect from the forthcoming 2023 season.

How Did The 2022 F1 Season Finish?

Driver’s Championship 2022 – Top 10

  1. Max Verstappen (Red Bull) – 454 points
  2. Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) – 308 points
  3. Sergio Perez (Red Bull) – 305 points
  4. George Russell (Mercedes) – 275 points
  5. Carlos Sainz (Ferrari) – 246 points
  6. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) – 240 points
  7. Lando Norris (McLaren) – 122 points
  8. Esteban Ocon (Alpine) – 92 points
  9. Fernando Alonso (Aston Martin) – 81 points
  10. Valtteri Bottas (Alfa Romeo) – 49 points

Constructor’s Championship 2022

  1. Red Bull Racing – 759
  2. Ferrari – 554
  3. Mercedes – 515
  4. Alpine – 173
  5. McLaren – 159
  6. Alfa Romeo – 55
  7. Aston Martin – 55
  8. Haas – 37
  9. Alpha Tauri – 35
  10. Williams – 8

Max Verstappen won a record 15 races in the 2022 season, setting a new record and he also clinched the Driver’s World Championship with four races still to go in the season, another record.

He won nine of the last 11 races of the season as he played the dominant role in leading Red Bull to a comfortable constructor’s title.

For teams like Mercedes and Ferrari, this off season has been all about cutting the gap that Red Bull have over them, while the Austrian-based Red Bull team will be seeking ways to maintain or even increase their dominance over the current F1 field.

F1 2023 Season

2023 F1 Season Teams Confirmed

The same ten teams will compete in the 2023 F1 season as competed in the 2022 season.

A number of teams are purported to be considering joining F1 in forthcoming seasons, with Audi one of the teams reportedly set to consider joining.

Others purportedly linked with a move into F1 include American team Andretti, Porsche, Ford, Lotus, Gordon Murray Automotive, Rosberg X Racing, Tesla and even Netflix.

Driver Line Ups For 2023

The full list of teams and driver line ups for 2023 are as follows:

  • Alfa Romeo – Valtteri Bottas (Fin) & Zhou Guanyu (Chn)
  • AlphaTauri – Nyck de Vries (Hol) & Yuki Tsunoda (Jap)
  • Alpine – Esteban Ocon (Fra) & Pierre Gasly (Fra)
  • Aston Martin – Lance Stroll (Can) & Fernando Alonso (Spa)
  • Ferrari – Charles Leclerc (Fra) & Carlos Sainz Jr (Spa)
  • Haas – Kevin Magnussen (Den) & Nico Hulkenberg (Ger)
  • McLaren – Lando Norris (GB) & Oscar Piastri (Ita)
  • Mercedes – Lewis Hamilton (GB) & George Russell (GB)
  • Red Bull – Max Verstappen (Hol) & Sergio Perez (Mex)
  • Williams – Alex Albon (Thai) & Logan Sargeant (US)

So who moved teams ahead of the 2023 and who is now out of F1?

Moving out of F1 were Daniel Ricciardo from McLaren, who is now Red Bull’s reserve and demonstration driver this year, and Mick Schumacher was relieved of his position at Haas.

Nico Hulkenberg takes over from Mick Schumacher at Haas, leaving Williams, who have appointed rookie Logan Sargeant as their second driver this year.

Oscar Piastri is the man who will replace Ricciardo at McLaren alongside Lando Norris this season.

In a trio of moves, Fernando Alonso replaced the retired Sebastian Vettel at Aston Martin and his place at Alpine was taken by Pierre Gasly, who left AlphaTauri for that spot.

Formula E world Champion Nyck de Vries now gets a chance in F1 taking over Gasly’s spot in the AlphaTauri team.

Race Schedule For 2023 F1 Season

The new Formula 1 season will see a total of 23 races, one more than this past season, and will also see the very first Las Vegas Grand Prix taking place on the penultimate weekend of the season.

The full list of race venues and dates for the 2023 season are outlined below:

  • Race 1 – 3rd to 5th March – Bahrain Grand Prix (Bahrain International Circuit)
  • Race 2 – 17th to 19th March – Saudi Arabia Grand Prix (Jeddah Corniche Circuit)
  • Race 3 – 31st March to 2nd April – Australian Grand Prix (Albert Park Circuit)
  • Race 4 – 28th to 30th April – Azerbaijan Grand Prix (Baku City Circuit)
  • Race 5 – 5th to 7th May – Miami Grand Prix (Miami International Autodrome)
  • Race 6 – 19th to 21st May – Emilia Romagna Grand Prix (Dino Ferrari Autodrome)
  • Race 7 – 26th to 28th May – Monaco Grand Prix (Circuit de Monaco)
  • Race 8 – 2nd to 4th June – Spanish Grand Prix (Barcelona – Catalunya)
  • Race 9 – 16th to 18th June – Canadian Grand Prix (Circuit Gilles Villeneuve)
  • Race 10 – 30th June to 2nd July – Austrian Grand Prix (Red Bull Ring)
  • Race 11 – 7th to 9th July – British Grand Prix (Silverstone)
  • Race 12 – 21st to 23rd July – Hungarian Grand Prix (Hungaroring)
  • Race 13 – 28th to 30th July – Belgian Grand Prix (Spa-Francorchamps)
  • Race 14 – 25th to 27th August – Dutch Grand Prix (Zandvoort)
  • Race 15 – 1st to 3rd September – Italian Grand Prix (Monza)
  • Race 16 – 15th to 17th September – Singapore Grand Prix (Marina Bay Street Circuit)
  • Race 17 – 22nd to 24th September – Japanese Grand Prix (Suzuka)
  • Race 18 – 6th to 8th October – Qatar Grand Prix (Losail)
  • Race 19 – 20th to 22nd October – United States Grand Prix (Circuit of the Americas)
  • Race 20 – 27th to 29th October – Mexican Grand Prix (Hermanos Rodriguez Autodrome)
  • Race 21 – 3rd to 5th November – Brazilian Grand Prix (Interlagos)
  • Race 22 – 16th to 18th November – Las Vegas Grand Prix (Las Vegas Street Circuit)
  • Race 23 – 24th to 26th November – Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (Yas Marina)

In addition, the F1 governing body will also be running six F1 Sprint Races on Saturday at the following meetings this year:

  • Azerbaijan – Baku – (28th to 30th April)
  • Austria – Red Bull Ring (30th June to 2nd July)
  • Belgium – Spa Francorchamps (28th to 30th July)
  • Qatar – Losail (6th to 8th October)
  • United States – Circuit of the Americas (20th to 22nd October)
  • Brazil – Interlagos (3rd to 5th November)

Drivers and Constructors Championship points will be awarded for the top eight drivers in each Sprint Race, with the winner of Qualifying on Friday taking pole for Saturday’s Sprint Race and then the winner of the Sprint Race taking pole position for the Grand Prix on Sunday.