F1 These are the 20 starting drivers for the 2023

F1: These are the 20 starting drivers for the 2023 season | Video

The 20 pilots that they will be disputing the Formula 1 Championship in the 2023 season have already been announced by the teams and begin their preparation for the first calendar date with the Bahrain Grand Prix on March 5 of the next year.

For 2023there will be four driver changes, three from them debutants in ownership, while there will be two that debut team new.

This Monday, the only remaining starting grid spot it was the second seat of williamswhich is already occupied by the American logan sergeant 21 years old, from the English pilots academy.

sergeant will be taking the place previously owned by Canadian Nicholas Latifi, who has left the top flight. With the announcement, you also closes the door on young ex-Haas driver Mick Schumacheror the veteran Daniel Ricardo, be part of the 2023 lineup.

The rookie will be joining the Thai alexander albon as the representatives of the English team.

Red Bullcurrent champions of the F1they will repeat alignment with max verstappentwo-time world champion, and the Mexican Sergio ‘Checo’ Perezwhile of Ferrari They will also pick up where they left off with the Monegasque charles leclerc and the Spanish Carlos Sainz.

The only other two teams that repeat the lineup are Mercedeswith the british lewis hamilton Y George Russelland the team alfa romeo with Valtteri Bottas Y guanyu zhou.

The first big change for 2023 will be in the team McLarenwho let the Australian go Daniel Ricciardoto give rise to Oscar Piastri21 years old, to compete alongside the also young Lando Norriswho will run his fifth season in the top flight.

the team Alpinewho had announced Piastri as their pilot, only to be later denied by him, will debut a French duo, keeping Esteban Ocon and welcoming Pierre Gasleyfrom AlphaTauri.

next to japanese Yuki Tsunoda and replacing the French with the ‘Bulls’, nick de vrieschampion of formula e in 2021, he will be joining the starting squad at 27 years of age.

the veteran Fernando Alonsotwo-time world champion in 2005 and 2006, will join the team Aston Martin to take the place of the recently retired Sebastian Vettelassociating with Lance Stroll in a season where the English will seek to lead the midfield of the championship.

Finally, the German Niko Hulkenberg returns to F1 after a three-year absence, taking the place of Schumacher as pilot number two, teaming up with the Norwegian Kevin Magnussenwho returned in 2022 due to the departure of the Russian Nikita Mazepin derived from the conflict in Ukraine.