Overview: Who will drive where in 2023 and which seats are still available? – F1journaal.be

Overview: Who will drive where in 2023 and which seats are still available? – F1journaal.be
Overview: Who will drive where in 2023 and which seats are still available? – F1journaal.be

The ‘Contract Recognition Board’ has decided that Oscar Piastri has a valid contract with McLaren, which means that another seat has been filled for 2023. We have made an overview for you of the seats already confirmed and the seats still available.

Everything will remain the same for the top teams, Red Bull, Ferrari and Mercedes, but things will change for the midfield teams. Daniel Ricciardo is placed on hold at McLaren by compatriot Oscar Piastri and that means that there is still a seat available at Alpine as Fernando Alonso heads for Aston Martin, where he in turn becomes teammate of Lance Stroll.

At AlphaTauri, Yuki Tsunoda has not yet been confirmed for 2023 and the place of Pierre Gasly is also anything but certain because although the Frenchman still has an agreement with Red Bull, he is mentioned as a candidate teammate of Esteban Ocon at Alpine. At Alfa Romeo, only Valtteri Bottas is already certain of a place next year and also at Williams only Alex Albon has been confirmed for 2023.

At Haas, the future of Mick Schumacher, who is also mentioned at Alpine, is uncertain while his team-mate Kevin Magnussen has an agreement for next year.

Red Bull:
– Max Verstappen
– Sergio Perez

Mercedes:
– Lewis Hamilton
-George Russell

Ferrari:
– Charles Leclerc
– Carlos Sainz

McLaren:
– Lando Norris
– Oscar Piastry

alpine:
– Esteban Ocon
– …

AlphaTauri:
– Pierre Gasly
– …

Alfa Romeo:
– Valtteri Bottas
– …

Aston Martin:
– Fernando Alonso
– Lance Stroll

Haas F1 Team:
– Kevin Magnussen
– …

Williams:
– Alexander Albon
– …

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