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F1 2023: Calendar, results, standings, drivers and where to watch the Formula 1 season



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Max Verstappen and Fernando Alonso will continue in the 2023 season.

The 2023 it is already here and with the Formula 1 will offer us another lively season with more than 20 races, with the debut of the Las Vegas Grand Prix at the end of the year and the repeated presence of the best drivers in the world: Max Verstappen, Lewis Hamilton, Charles Leclerc, Fernando Alonso, Sergio Pérez , Carlos Sainz Jr…

Will this season end Red Bull’s dominance or will the team led by Christian Horner make Max Verstappen the fifth driver in history to win three consecutive world championships?

Then, Sports news presents everything you need to know about the 2023 Formula 1 season.

When does the 2023 F1 season start?

formula 1 I start to season of 2023 h Weekend of Sunday March 5th, which will host the Bahrain Grand Prix. The pre-season tests will take place there two weeks before, at the end of February. The tournament will end on November 26 in Abu Dhabi.

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Where to watch F1 2023?

In Argentina, Fox Sports will broadcast the 2023 Formula 1 season on TV: 80% of the races will be broadcast live and the remaining 20% ​​will be postponed. You can watch the entire calendar live via streaming Star+.

In Mexico will be Fox Sports Y Fox Sports Premium which will broadcast the 2023 Formula 1 season, with nine exclusive races on the premium brand and the other 14 also broadcast on the main channel.

In Spain, DAZN is the holder of the broadcast rights to Formula 1 for 2023 and the races can be watched via its stream but also on the two existing DAZN numbers on Movistar+.

In USAchain ESPN will be the one to broadcast the 2023 Formula 1 season through its family of channels that includes ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, ESPN Deportes, ESPNews and ESPNU. With streaming, matches can be followed by ESPN+ either fuboTV among other platforms.

In addition, all over the world there is the possibility of watching Formula 1 live through it F1TV streamingwith subscription.

F1 2023 – Calendar and schedules

Big prize Date Timetable (CDMX, ET, AR, ES) Winner
Bahrain March 5th 9:00 / 10:00 / 12:00 / 16:00
Saudi Arabia March, 19 11:00 / 13:00 / 14:00 / 18:00
Australia April 2nd 23.00 (Saturday) / 1.00 / 2.00 / 7.00
Azerbaijan* April 30 5.00 / 7.00 / 8.00 / 13.00
Miami May 7 13.30 / 15.30 / 16.30 / 21.30
Emilia Romagna (Imola) May 21 7:00 / 9:00 / 10:00 / 15:00
Monaco June 28 7:00 / 9:00 / 10:00 / 15:00
Spain June 4th 7:00 / 9:00 / 10:00 / 15:00
Canada June 18 12:00 / 14:00 / 15:00 / 20:00
Austria* July 2 7:00 / 9:00 / 10:00 / 15:00
Britain July 9 8:00 / 10:00 / 11:00 / 16:00
Hungary July 23 7:00 / 9:00 / 10:00 / 15:00
Belgium* July 30 7:00 / 9:00 / 10:00 / 15:00
Netherlands August 27 7:00 / 9:00 / 10:00 / 15:00
Italy September 3 7:00 / 9:00 / 10:00 / 15:00
Singapore September 17 6.00 / 8.00 / 9.00 / 14.00
Japan September 24 23.00 (Saturday) / 1.00 / 2.00 / 7.00
Qatar* October 8 8:00 / 10:00 / 11:00 / 16:00
United States (Austin)* October 22 13:00 / 15:00 / 16:00 / 21:00
Mexico October 29 2:00 p.m. / 4:00 p.m. / 5:00 p.m. / 9:00 p.m.
Brazil* November 5 11:00 / 12:00 / 14:00 / 18:00
Las Vegas November 18 0.00 / 1.00 / 3.00 / 7.00
Abu Dhabi November 26 7.00 / 8.00 / 10.00 / 14.00

* He will have a sprint race on Saturday.

Which drivers are competing in F1 in the 2023 season?

Leclerc Checo Perez

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Pilot Country Number Club
Max Verstappen Netherlands a Red Bull
Sergio Perez Mexico eleven Red Bull
Charles Leclerc Monaco 16 Ferrari
Carlos Sainz Jr. Spain 55 Ferrari
Lewis Hamilton Sweden 44 Mercedes
George Russell United Kingdom 63 Mercedes
Pierre Gasly France 10 Alpine
Esteban Ocon France 31 Alpine
Lando Norris United Kingdom 4 McLaren
Oscar Piastri Australia 81 McLaren
guanyu zhou China 24 Alfa Romeo
Valtteri Botas Finland 77 Alfa Romeo
Fernando Alonso Spain 14 Aston Martin
Lance Stroll Canada 18 Aston Martin
Kevin Magnussen Denmark twenty Haas
Nico Hulkenberg Germany 27 Haas
nyck devries Netherlands Twenty-one Alpha Tauri
Yuki Tsunoda Japan 22 Alpha Tauri
sergeant logan USA 2 Williams
Alexander Albon Thailand 23 Williams

Which rookie drivers are in the 2023 F1 season?

Formula 1 will appear three novice pilots in the 2023 season. It’s the Americans sergeant logan (22 years old), from the Williams team, fourth in F2 in 2022. the Australian Oscar Piastri (21 years old) from the McLaren team, F3 champion in 2020 and F2 in 2021. and the Dutch nyck devries (27 years old) from the Alpha Tauri team, F2 champion in 2019 and Formula E in 2021. De Vries already raced in the 2022 Italian GP with Williams (9th), as a substitute for Alexander Albon.

How many Sprint races will there be in 2023 in F1?

Charles Leclerc in P1 at the French Grand Prix

On 27 September 2022, the World Motor Sport Council approved that in the 2023 Formula 1 season the number of Sprint races increases from 3 to 6 in total.

“The sprint races provide three days of action with all drivers fighting for something from the start on Fridays to the main event on Sunday, adding more drama and excitement to the weekend.” said Formula 1 chairman and chief executive Stefano Domenicali.

On Wednesday, December 7, Máxima announced that the events will take place in Azerbaijan (April 29), Austria (July 1), Belgium (July 29), Qatar (October 7), the United States (July 21), October) and Brazil (November 4).

What is the F1 points system like?

Max Verstappen Lewis Hamilton Brazil GP

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  • 1st place – 25 points
  • 2nd place – 18 points
  • 3rd place – 15 points
  • 4th place – 12 points
  • 5th place – 10 points
  • 6th place – 8 points
  • 7th place – 6 points
  • 8th place – 4 points
  • 9th place – 2 points
  • 10th place – 1 point
  • Fastest lap of the race – An extra point if you finish in the top 10.

Also, sprint races award eight to one points to the top eight.

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Jenson Button’s ex-wife arrested in Japan on drug charges




Jessica Michibata, the ex-wife of former Formula One champion Jenson Button, has been arrested in Japan on suspicion of drug-related crimes, reports The Sun.

The detention took place after a customs officer found drugs in a package destined for a woman. Representatives of the Tokyo Police Department searched the hotel, which was located at the address of the delivery of the package, and detained Michibata and another person. She denies all allegations.

“Currently, we are unable to contact Michibata directly and are gathering information to confirm the facts. Since the incident is being investigated by the police, we will refrain from disclosing any details, the modeling agency where the girl works says in a statement.

Button was in a relationship with Michibata from 2008 to 2015, they were married for one year. In 2009, the Briton became the champion of Formula 1 as part of the Brown team.

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Alonso canceled the penalty and returned to third place in the Grand Prix of Saudi Arabia




The pilot of the Aston Martin team, Fernando Alonso, returned to third place in the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, according to the Formula 1 website.

The Spaniard finished third behind Sergio Perez and Max Verstappen (both Red Bull). However, Alonso was penalized 10 seconds after the finish for not properly serving the five-second penalty given to him for failing to line up within his grid before the start of the race. As a result, British Mercedes driver George Russell rose to third place in the protocol.

The fine was issued after video footage emerged showing a rear jack briefly touching the back of Alonso’s car while serving a pit stop penalty. The stewards of the race saw in the moment of touching the jack a violation of the Formula 1 regulations, which states that “while the car is in the pit stop as a result of a fine, it cannot be worked with until the time of the penalty has expired.”

However, Aston Martin proved that there is no “clear agreement between the parties that touching the jack on the car will be tantamount to working on it.”

The podium at the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix was Alonso’s 100th career.

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Why was Fernando Alonso banned at the 2023 Saudi GP and then recovered to third place?




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Inside this Saudi GP 2023, Fernando Alonso celebrated a special third place: with this he reached 100 podiums in his career in Formula 1. However, within minutes of the match ending, the Spaniard’s happiness turned to disappointment. F1 officials penalized him 10 seconds and he dropped to fourth.

However, a few hours later Alonso moved back to third behind the Aston Martin’s appeal against the sanction.

Sports news presents the sanction to the Asturian and how the result of the second race of 2023 came about.

Why was Fernando Alonso banned at the 2023 Saudi GP and missed the podium?

Every car has to respect its original box and Fernando Alonso didn’t. With no intention, the Spaniard spotted his Aston Martin to the left of the point, for which race officials gave him a 5-second penalty. This, the British team told him, would be fulfilled at the first pit stop.

his entrance safety car made Alonso take advantage of this moment to go change tires and comply with the penalty imposed. Everything went great: he Older brother he managed to hold on to second place and managed to hold George Russell (Mercedes) back.

Ultimately, after the scheduled 50 laps, the two-time world champion finished third behind Checo Pérez and Max Verstappen. But… things would not stay that way.

Mercedes complained that Aston Martin touched the car during the penalty (with the rear jack but without putting it to work) and Formula 1 agreed with him. This gave Alonso an extra 10 seconds, which caused him to lose his place to Russell. At the Bahrain Grand Prix, Esteban Ocon, his former teammate Older brotherexperienced the same situation.

Almost four hours later, F1 reported that Alonso was back in third place of the career. Aston Martin exercised their option to appeal the penalty and the British team was found to be right.

The final standings of the Saudi GP 2023

Position Pilot Difference
1 Checo Perez (Red Bull)
2 Max Verstappen (Red Bull) +5,355
3 Fernando Alonso (Aston Martin) +20,728
4 George Russell (Mercedes) +25,866
5 Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) +31,065
6 Carlos Sainz (Ferrari) +35,876
7 Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) +43.162
8 Esteban Ocon (Alpine) +52,832
9 Pierre Gasly (Alpine) +54,747
10 Kevin Magnussen (Haas) +64,826
eleven Yuki Tsunoda (AlphaTauri) +67,494
12 Nico Hulkenberg (Haas) +70,588
13 Guanyu Zhou (Alfa Romeo) +76,060
14 Nyck de Vries (AlphaTauri) +77,478
fifteen Oscar Piastri (McLaren) +85.021
16 Logan Sargent (Williams) +86.293
17 Lando Norris (McLaren) +86,445
18 Valtteri Botas +1 round
  • abandonments: Lance Stroll, mechanical failure (lap 14); Alex Albon, brake failure (lap 28)

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