No extra driver adjustments for the 2023 season?

After a foolish season stuffed with driver adjustments throughout a number of groups all through the 2022 Method 1 season, the motive force lineup is solidified for 2023.

The 2022 Method 1 foolish season was one stuffed with chaos, authorized battles, and signings which as soon as upon a time would have been thought of massively surprising.

In whole, simply 14 of the 20 drivers from this previous season are set to return to their seats for 2023. Two drivers are set to change groups, whereas 4 drivers from 2022 have left the game and 4 new ones, together with three rookies, are set to affix the grid.

No staff changed each of their drivers, nevertheless, that means that simply 4 of the ten groups are set to enter subsequent season with the identical lineup they fielded in 2022.

These 4 groups are the groups who completed within the prime three within the constructor standings, Crimson Bull, Ferrari, and Mercedes, in addition to Alfa Romeo.

With Logan Sargeant having secured his Tremendous License, thus securing his Williams seat because the alternative for the outgoing Nicholas Latifi alongside Alexander Albon, there are not any extra open seats in subsequent yr’s driver lineup.

Right here’s a take a look at the 2023 roster for every staff, with no extra adjustments anticipated.

NOTE: No change until in any other case famous.

Crimson Bull, RBPT

  • No. 1 – Max Verstappen
  • No. 11 – Sergio Perez


  • No. 16 – Charles Leclerc
  • No. 55 – Carlos Sainz Jr.


  • No. 44 – Lewis Hamilton
  • No. 63 – George Russell

Alpine, Renault

  • No. 10 – Pierre Gasly
    • changing Fernando Alonso
  • No. 31 – Esteban Ocon

McLaren, Mercedes

  • No. 4 – Lando Norris
  • No. 81 – Oscar Piastri (R)
    • changing Daniel Ricciardo

Alfa Romeo, Ferrari

  • No. 24 – Guanyu Zhou
  • No. 77 – Valtteri Bottas

Aston Martin, Mercedes

  • No. 14 – Fernando Alonso
    • changing Sebastian Vettel
  • No. 18 – Lance Stroll

Haas, Ferrari

  • No. 20 – Kevin Magnussen
  • No. 27 – Nico Hulkenberg
    • changing Mick Schumacher

AlphaTauri, RBPT

  • No. 22 – Yuki Tsunoda
  • No. TBD – Nyck de Vries (R)

Williams, Mercedes

  • No. 2 – Logan Sargeant (R)
    • changing Nicholas Latifi
  • No. 23 – Alexander Albon

The 2023 Method 1 season is scheduled to get underway with the Bahrain Grand Prix at Bahrain Worldwide Circuit on Sunday, March 5.