Red Bull has officially confirmed the return of Daniel Ricciardo, four years after he left the team, as their new third driver.
Six Formula 1 teams have changed their driver pairings for 2023 including Williams, who were the last to confirm their line-up.
Williams has confirmed Logan Sargeant will race for them in Formula 1 next season after he successfully secured enough points for his FIA superlicence.
Speaking to media for the first time since his F1 comeback was announced, Nico Hulkenberg said he watched this year’s races thinking he could “do better”.
Daniel Ricciardo has explained why he didn’t pursue an F1 race seat for next year and is set to agree terms to re-join Red Bull as a third driver.
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff says his team can “look after” Mick Schumacher if he wants a place within the team.
Daniel Ricciardo’s return to Red Bull as a reserve driver has not yet been officially confirmed, team principal Christian Horner has said.
Nico Hulkenberg will return to the Formula 1 grid in a full-time capacity next year, having been signed by Haas to replace Mick Schumacher.
Haas have confirmed Mick Schumacher will leave the team following this weekend’s season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
Formula E champion Stoffel Vandoorne will join Aston Martin’s F1 team as a test and reserve driver next year.
Logan Sargeant, who is poised to make his Formula 1 debut in 2023, convinced Williams he is ready for promotion to the sport’s top flight.
Williams has confirmed its junior driver Logan Sargeant will make his Formula 1 debut with the team next year if he gains the required superlicence.
Williams, one of two Formula 1 teams yet to confirm their 2023 driver line-up, are looking for “someone who will push” Alexander Albon.
Nyck de Vries, the 2019 Formula 2 champion and 2021 Formula E world champion, will race for AlphaTauri in 2023.
Red Bull have confirmed Pierre Gasly will leave AlphaTauri at the end of the season, one year earlier than planned. He will join Alpine in 2023.
Pierre Gasly says he expects to confirm who he will drive for next year within the next two or three weeks as rumours link him with a move to Alpine.
Oscar Piastri has chosen 81 to be his race number in Formula 1 for when he makes his debut next year with McLaren
Zhou Guanyu, who made his debut in Formula 1 this year, has earned a second season at Alfa Romeo.
Nicholas Latifi’s Formula 1 career appears to be over as Williams have confirmed they will not retain the driver for the 2023 F1 season.
As the final pieces of the 2023 Formula 1 driver market fall into place, three of the current crop are at risk of being left out.