This page will share the details of all teams from the 2023 Formula 1 season. All teams will be reviewed individually. Let’s dive right into it!
Max Verstappen – 1
Sergio Perez – 11
Red Bull was no stranger to Formula 1, having been a sponsor before formally entering as a works team in 2004. However, their level of success in the following decade was truly remarkable. After securing their first podium in 2006, the team gained momentum in 2009, achieving six victories and securing second place in the constructors’ standings. Over the subsequent four seasons, they became a dominant force, clinching consecutive championship doubles from 2010 to 2013, with Sebastian Vettel becoming the youngest quadruple champion in the sport’s history. Their aspirations of reliving that glory hinge on an equally promising talent, a driver named Max Verstappen. Who just broke another record by winning ten consecutive races.
Charles Leclerc – 16
Carlos Sainz – 55
For countless enthusiasts, the bond between Ferrari and Formula 1 has become unbreakable. As the sole team to participate in every season since the world championship’s inception, the Prancing Horse has transcended its origins as the visionary dream of its founder, Enzo Ferrari, to ascend as one of the world’s most iconic and universally recognized brands.
Ferrari’s journey to greatness commenced swiftly, with luminaries like Alberto Ascari and John Surtees leaving indelible marks on the sport. Even during periods of relative austerity, the team persevered, achieving triumphs with legendary figures such as Niki Lauda in the 1970s. Then, in the 2000s, the era of Michael Schumacher saw Ferrari achieve an unprecedented feat by clinching five consecutive championship doubles, solidifying their status as the preeminent and most decorated team in the annals of Formula 1 history.
Lewis Hamilton – 44
George Russell – 63
Mercedes embarked on its contemporary Formula 1 resurgence by establishing a factory team in 2010, setting the stage for a remarkable ascent through the ranks of Grand Prix racing. The team’s revival was met with immense anticipation, driven in part by the sensational return of Michael Schumacher. However, their on-track performance didn’t take long to seize the headlines. In their inaugural season, they secured three podium finishes, all courtesy of Nico Rosberg. Rosberg then achieved a milestone by capturing pole position and victory at the 2012 Chinese Grand Prix.
The subsequent season saw the pairing of Rosberg with Lewis Hamilton, and together, they ignited epic championship battles. With their relentless prowess, the Silver Arrows dominated the modern Formula 1 era, becoming one of its most formidable forces. The current lineup features Lewis Hamilton alongside the promising George Russell.
Lando Norris – 4
Oscar Piastri – 81
Ever since its introduction to the world of Formula 1 in 1966, guided by the tireless determination of its namesake founder, Bruce McLaren, the journey of McLaren has been nothing less than awe-inspiring. Over the span of five remarkable decades, they have amassed a treasure trove of victories, numerous pole positions, and a multitude of podium finishes. Their remarkable achievements include clinching eight constructors’ championships, solidifying their place among the sport’s elite.
Moreover, McLaren has played a pivotal role in shaping the careers of some of the most legendary drivers in Formula 1 history. Icons like Emerson Fittipaldi, Ayrton Senna, Mika Häkkinen, and Lewis Hamilton have all left an indelible mark while wearing the McLaren colours, further enhancing the team’s storied legacy.
Valtteri Bottas – 77
Zhou Guanyu – 24
The Alfa Romeo name has been intertwined with Formula 1 since the championship’s inception in 1950. Fast-forward to the 21st century and a fusion of Italian passion and Swiss precision defines a new era for the team that was formerly known as Sauber.
With a rich history of success in world sportscars, Peter Sauber, who played a pivotal role in nurturing future F1 stars like Michael Schumacher and Heinz-Harald Frentzen, steered his eponymous team into the world of Formula 1 in 1993.
Since then, this team has firmly entrenched itself as a fixture on the Formula 1 grid. They achieved race victories during their tenure under BMW’s ownership and have earned a well-deserved reputation for producing competitive cars and fostering and developing young driving talents.
Pierre Gasly – 10
Esteban Ocon – 31
While Alpine may be a relatively fresh addition to the Formula 1 landscape, it carries the weight of a storied motorsport legacy, thanks to its affiliation with Renault’s renowned sportscar division. The team’s rebranding in 2021 represented the next chapter in Renault’s Formula 1 resurgence, a journey that began in 2016 with the acquisition of the formerly named Lotus team.
Even in their newfound identity, Alpine has already achieved the distinction of race victories. As they continue to evolve, the next objective on their horizon surely includes consistent podium finishes and a determined pursuit of championship glory.
Daniel Ricciardo – 34
Yuki Tsunoda – 22
Established in 2006 as a squad in which young drivers from Red Bull’s prodigious talent pool could cut their F1 teeth, AlphaTauri – originally named Toro Rosso – was formed from the ashes of the plucky Minardi team. Sebastian Vettel gave validity to the approach almost immediately, delivering a fairy-tale win in 2008 before enjoying world championship success with parent team Red Bull Racing. Today, the ethos of nurturing talent still holds true, though the Italian squad are no longer simply a ‘B team’ but a constructor in their own right…
Nico Hülkenberg – 27
Kevin Magnussen – 20
As the most youthful team in the Formula 1 lineup, Haas made an indelible mark with their remarkable inaugural season in 2016. Notably, they marked the return of an all-American-led Formula 1 outfit after a three-decade absence. Founded by industrialist Gene Haas, the team is headquartered in the United States, sharing the same Kannapolis, North Carolina facility as his championship-winning NASCAR Sprint Cup Series team, Stewart-Haas Racing.
Powered by Ferrari, and guided by the charismatic leadership of Guenther Steiner, Haas also operates a factory in Banbury, United Kingdom, showcasing their commitment to a global presence in the sport.
Fernando Alonso – 14
Lance Stroll – 18
Aston Martin’s initial foray into Formula 1, which took place over half a century ago, lasted only five races. However, their return to the sport today signifies a much more determined commitment. This Formula 1 squad is no newcomer to success, having tasted victory in their earlier identities as Jordan and, most recently, Racing Point in 2020. They have earned a reputation for consistently exceeding expectations and achieving remarkable results.
Now, with a two-time champion at the helm of their driver lineup, Aston Martin emerges as a compelling team to keep a close eye on in the world of Formula 1.
Logan Sargeant – 2
Alexander Albon – 23
Fueled by the extraordinary brilliance and unwavering passion of the late Sir Frank Williams, the Williams team evolved from its modest origins into a Formula 1 powerhouse. Their enduring success places them in the upper echelon of the sport, alongside only Ferrari and McLaren. Over the span of the last four decades, this team has amassed a collection of Grand Prix victories and championship titles while also serving as a nurturing ground for some of the sport’s greatest talents, both behind the wheel and in various roles within the organization.
With the Williams family’s decision to step aside following the team’s acquisition by Dorilton Capital, a new chapter in the team’s history is set to unfold.