The 2023 season is shaping up to be one of the most competitive and thrilling seasons in F1 history, with teams and drivers pushing the limits of speed and performance. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at the individual race results and early trends for the 2023 Driver Standings and explore the key factors that will determine who ultimately crosses the finish line first.
If you’re a fan of the sport, you’ll want to stay up-to-date on the latest standings and race results. Here’s a breakdown of who’s leading the pack so far in the F1 season.
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- Yearly F1 Standings
- Bahrain 3rd to 5th March 2023
- Saudi Arabia 17th to 19th March 2023
- Australia – 31 Mar 02 Apr 2023
- Azerbaijan F1 – 28 April to 30 April
- Miami F1- 5th May to 7th May
- Imola F1 – 19th May to 21st May
- Monaco F1-26th May to 28th May
- Spanish F1 2nd June to 4th June
- Canadian Grand Prix 16th June to 18th June
- Austrian Grand Prix 30th June to 2nd July
- British Grand Prix 7th to 9th July
- Hungarian Grand Prix 21st to 23rd July
- Belgium Grand Prix 29th July to 30th July
- Dutch Grand Prix 25th August to 27th August
- Italian Grand Prix 1st September to 3rd September
- Singapore Grand Prix 15th September to 17th September
- Japanese Grand Prix 22nd September to 24th September
FIA 2023 Driver Standings – Constructors’ World Championship
Red Bulls dominance has carried the day. After the Japanese GP they have won the 2023 Constructors trophy! carry the day! Aston Martin is surging forward with Fernado Alonso and Mercedes and Ferrari are not taking the results lying down.
Mercedes vs. Ferrari: Who takes second in 2023 Driver Standings?
Mercedes has been a dominant force in F1 in the last decade, winning seven consecutive constructors’ championships from 2014 to 2020. Their struggles in 2022 and 2023 have been well documented. They are slowly making gains, and although they should achieve 2nd place in the constructor’s championship, Lewis Hamilton is only in 3rd place and George Russel is in 8th!
Ferrari, one of the oldest and most successful teams in F1 history, has struggled in recent years. The team has been making significant strides to regain their competitive edge and improve their f1 standings. They are currently in 3rd place in the constructor’s championship. Carlos Sains is presently in 6th and Charles Leclerc is in 7th.
The biggest surprise of the season was Aston Martin. Fernando Alonso is in 4th place in the drivers’ championship, as is the team in the constructors.
2023 Driver Standings – Drivers & Constructor Standings
This article lists the results for each driver and team by race and provides ongoing commentary of each race in the 2023 championship.
When can Verstappen win the Championship 2023?
Max Verstappen only needs 3 more points before the final race In Abu Dhabi to win the champions. When he achieves that he will join the elite ranks of drivers who have won 3 champions in a row.
2023 Drivers’ Championship Standings Are Listed Below
The overall driver championship position is listed below.
|1||Max Verstappen||NED||RED BULL RACING HONDA RBPT||400|
|2||Sergio Perez||MEX||RED BULL RACING HONDA RBPT||223|
|4||Fernando Alonso||ESP||ASTON MARTIN ARAMCO MERCEDES||174|
|7||Lando Norris||GBR||MCLAREN MERCEDES||115|
|9||Oscar Piastri||AUS||MCLAREN MERCEDES||57|
|10||Lance Stroll||CAN||ASTON MARTIN ARAMCO MERCEDES||47|
|11||Pierre Gasly||FRA||ALPINE RENAULT||46|
|12||Esteban Ocon||FRA||ALPINE RENAULT||38|
|13||Alexander Albon||THA||WILLIAMS MERCEDES||21|
|14||Nico Hulkenberg||GER||HAAS FERRARI||9|
|15||Valtteri Bottas||FIN||ALFA ROMEO FERRARI||6|
|16||Zhou Guanyu||CHN||ALFA ROMEO FERRARI||4|
|17||Yuki Tsunoda||JPN||ALPHATAURI HONDA RBPT||3|
|18||Kevin Magnussen||DEN||HAAS FERRARI||3|
|19||Liam Lawson||NZL||ALPHATAURI HONDA RBPT||2|
|20||Logan Sargeant||USA||WILLIAMS MERCEDES||0|
|21||Nyck De Vries||NED||ALPHATAURI HONDA RBPT||0|
|22||Daniel Ricciardo||AUS||ALPHATAURI HONDA RBPT||0|
The F1 Race Results of the Constructors Championship are Listed Below
2023 F1 Constructors’ Championship
|1||RED BULL RACING HONDA RBPT||623|
|4||ASTON MARTIN ARAMCO MERCEDES||221|
|9||ALFA ROMEO FERRARI||10|
|10||ALPHATAURI HONDA RBPT||5|