2023 Formula One World Championship

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The 2023 FIA Formula One World Championship is a planned motor racing championship for Formula One cars. This will be the 74th running of the Formula One World Championship.[a] Drivers and teams are scheduled to compete for the titles of World Drivers' Champion and World Constructors' Champion respectively.

Entries

The following constructors and drivers are currently under contract to compete in the 2023 World Championship.

EntrantConstructorChassisPower unitRace drivers
No.Driver name
  Alfa Romeo F1 TeamAlfa Romeo-FerrariTBAFerrari77  Valtteri Bottas[1]
24  Zhou Guanyu
  Scuderia AlphaTauriAlphaTauri-RBPTTBARed Bull[2][3]10  Pierre Gasly[4]
22  Yuki Tsunoda
  BWT Alpine F1 TeamAlpine-RenaultTBARenault31  Esteban Ocon[5]
TBA  Victor Martins
  Aston Martin Aramco Cognizant F1 TeamAston Martin Aramco-MercedesTBAMercedes14  Fernando Alonso[6]
18  Lance Stroll
  Scuderia FerrariFerrariTBAFerrari16  Charles Leclerc[7]
55  Carlos Sainz Jr.[8]
  Haas F1 TeamHaas-FerrariTBAFerrari[9]8/47  Romain Grosjean or   Mick Schumacher
20  Kevin Magnussen
  McLaren F1 TeamMcLaren-MercedesTBAMercedes4  Lando Norris
TBA  Oscar Piastri
 Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 TeamMercedesTBAMercedes44  Lewis Hamilton
63  George Russell[10]
  Oracle Red Bull RacingRed Bull Racing-RBPTTBARed Bull[2][3]11  Sergio Pérez[11]
33  Max Verstappen
  Williams RacingWilliams-MercedesTBAMercedes[12]23  Alexander Albon
TBATBA
Source:
Oscar Piastri (left) is due to make his Formula One debut driving for McLaren. Fernando Alonso (centre) is due to drive for Aston Martin in place of the retiring Sebastian Vettel (right).

Ahead of 2022 Hungarian Grand Prix, Sebastian Vettel announced his retirement at the end of the 2022 season. Aston Martin have announced Fernando Alonso as his replacement.

On 2nd of August, Alpine announced that Oscar Piastri would drive for them in 2023, taking the seat left vacant by Alonso's move to Aston Martin. However later that day Piastri himself wrote a post disclaiming any arrangments between him and Alpine saying he will not race for Alpine in 2023.

Daniel Ricciardo is due to leave McLaren after two seasons. He had a contract to drive for the team in 2023, but it was terminated during the 2022 championship by mutual agreement. Ricciardo's seat is due to be filled by Piastri, who will make his Formula One debut.

Nikita Mazepin was under contract to compete in the 2023, but had its contract terminated in response to the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Nicholas Latifi is due to leave Williams after spending three seasons with the team.

Romain Grosjean due to return of Formula One for Haas, replacing Mick Schumacher will not competed in the 2023, following Mazepin lost the seat and cancellation Uralkali's title sponsorship.

Calendar

The 2023 calendar is due to feature twenty-four Grands Prix.[13]

RoundGrand PrixCircuitRace date
1Bahrain Grand Prix  Bahrain International Circuit, Sakhir5 March
2Saudi Arabian Grand Prix  Jeddah Corniche Circuit, Jeddah19 March
3Australian Grand Prix  Albert Park Circuit, Melbourne2 April
4Chinese Grand Prix  Shanghai International Circuit, Shanghai16 April
5Azerbaijan Grand Prix  Baku City Circuit, Baku30 April
6Miami Grand Prix  Miami International Autodrome, Miami Gardens, Florida7 May
7Emilia Romagna Grand Prix  Imola Circuit, Imola21 May
8Monaco Grand Prix  Circuit de Monaco, Monaco28 May
9Spanish Grand Prix  Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Montmeló4 June
10Canadian Grand Prix  Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Montréal18 June
11Austrian Grand Prix  Red Bull Ring, Spielberg2 July
12British Grand Prix  Silverstone Circuit, Silverstone9 July
13Hungarian Grand Prix  Hungaroring, Mogyoród23 July
14Belgian Grand Prix  Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Stavelot30 July
15Dutch Grand Prix  Circuit Zandvoort, Zandvoort27 August
16Italian Grand Prix  Monza Circuit, Monza3 September
17Singapore Grand Prix  Marina Bay Street Circuit, Singapore17 September
18Japanese Grand Prix  Suzuka International Racing Course, Suzuka24 September
19Qatar Grand Prix  Lusail International Circuit, Lusail8 October
20United States Grand Prix  Circuit of the Americas, Austin, Texas22 October
21Mexico City Grand Prix  Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez, Mexico City29 October
22São Paulo Grand Prix  Interlagos Circuit, São Paulo5 November
23Las Vegas Grand Prix  Las Vegas Street Circuit, Las Vegas[b]18 November
24Abu Dhabi Grand Prix  Yas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi26 November
Source:[13]

Calendar expansion and changes

List of planned races

The following 19 Grands Prix are contracted to form a part of the 2023 World Championship:

Grand PrixCircuitRef.
Abu Dhabi Grand Prix  Yas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi[21]
Azerbaijan Grand Prix  Baku City Circuit, Baku[22]
Bahrain Grand Prix  Bahrain International Circuit, Sakhir[23]
Belgian Grand Prix  Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Stavelot[24]
British Grand Prix  Silverstone Circuit, Silverstone[25]
Canadian Grand Prix  Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Montréal[26]
Dutch Grand Prix  Circuit Zandvoort, Zandvoort[27]
Emilia Romagna Grand Prix  Imola Circuit, Imola[28]
Hungarian Grand Prix  Hungaroring, Mogyoród or TBA, Debrecen[29]
Italian Grand Prix  Monza Circuit, Monza[30]
Japanese Grand Prix  Suzuka International Racing Course, Suzuka[31]
Las Vegas Grand Prix  Las Vegas Street Circuit, Las Vegas, Nevada[32]
Miami Grand Prix  Miami International Autodrome, Miami Gardens, Florida[33]
Qatar Grand Prix  TBC[34]
Saudi Arabian Grand Prix  TBC[35][36]
São Paulo Grand Prix  Interlagos Circuit, São Paulo[37]
Singapore Grand Prix  Marina Bay Street Circuit, Singapore[38]
Spanish Grand Prix  Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Montmeló[39]
United States Grand Prix  Circuit of the Americas, Austin, Texas[40]

The following 3 Grands Prix are under contract to run in 2022, but do not have a contract for 2023:

Grand PrixCircuitRef.
Austrian Grand Prix  Red Bull Ring, Spielberg[41]
Mexico City Grand Prix  Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez, Mexico City[42]
Monaco Grand Prix  Circuit de Monaco, Monaco[43]

Calendar expansion and changes

  • In late March of 2022, the Las Vegas Grand Prix was officially announced. This third race in the US, planned to be held in November, will be staged on a new street track across the Las Vegas Strip.[44]
  • The Qatar Grands Prix are scheduled to return to the calendar, after last being held in 2021, respectively.
  • The Russian Grand Prix was under contract to feature on the 2023 calendar. It was originally meant to switch its venue from the Sochi Autodrom to Igora Drive, located on the outskirts of Saint Petersburg.[45] However, the Grand Prix had its contract terminated in response to the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine.[46]
  • The Chinese Grand Prix was under contract to feature on the 2023 calendar. It was originally meant to change the layout venue of turn 9 from the Shanghai International Circuit, but was not included due to Chinese travel restrictions related to the Zero-COVID. The Grand Prix is due to return in the 2024 championship.
  • For the first time since 2007, Bahrain will not host the opening round by Bahrain Motor Federation for numbers of reasons. However, Abu Dhabi will not host the closing rounds by mutual agreement.
  • The French Grand Prix will not feature on the 2023 calendar although the promoters of the Grand Prix stated that they would aim for a rotational race deal by sharing its slot with other Grands Prix. The Grand Prix will return in 2025 at the Circuit de la Sarthe, Le Mans in 11-years contract.

Notes

  1. In the history of Formula One, regulations were first introduced during the 1946 Grand Prix season. These were adopted for every race in 1948, and were formally organised into a championship in 1950.
  2. The Las Vegas Street Circuit is subject to the FIA circuit homologation.[13]

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