Mercedes

Lewis Hamilton (end of 2023)

George Russell (multi-year) 

Red Bull 

Max Verstappen (end of 2028) 

Sergio Perez (end of 2024)

Ferrari 

Charles Leclerc (end of 2024) 

Carlos Sainz (end of 2024)

McLaren 

Lando Norris (end of 2025) 

Daniel Ricciardo (end of 2023) 

Alpine

Esteban Ocon (end of 2024) 

TBC

AlphaTauri

Pierre Gasly (end of 2023)

TBC

Aston Martin 

Fernando Alonso (multi-year)

Lance Stroll (Rolling, end of 2023)

Alfa Romeo 

Valtteri Bottas (multi-year)

TBC

Williams 

Alex Albon (multi-year) 

TBC

Haas 

Kevin Magnussen (multi-year)

TBC

Who's Going Where in 2023? | F1 Driver Market Silly Season

The F1 grid for the 2023 season is taking shape with many of the teams already announcing their driver line ups for next year.

AlphaTauri have retained Pierre Gasly for 2023.

With Red Bull deciding to keep Sergio Perez for a further two seasons, it was only a formality for Gasly.

Perez will remain alongside reigning F1 champion Max Verstappen, who signed a lucrative new contract with Red Bull that lasts until the end of 2028.

The deal is understood to be worth €50m (£40m), keeping him with the team for another six years.

Ferrari will have Charles Leclerc alongside Carlos Sainz in 2023, with the latter signing a contract extension prior to this season.

Mercedes have George Russell tied down to a long-term deal, while seven-time F1 champion Lewis Hamilton is contracted until the end of 2023.

Outside of the big three, McLaren have Lando Norris tied down until 2025 but Daniel Ricciardo’s contract expires at the end of next year.

Ricciardo’s future is uncertain with the team with Zak Brown casting doubt over his future, with a number of IndyCar hopefuls waiting in the wings.

Esteban Ocon will be with Alpine until 2024, but will have a new teammate because Fernando Alonso has departed to join Aston Martin.

Alpine swiftly announced that their reserve driver Oscar Piastri would replace Alonso, only for Piastri to deny he has signed for the team, sparking a messy contractual tug-of-war

Lance Stroll’s continuation at Aston Martin, alongside Alonso, has been formally confirmed.

Valtteri Bottas has security at Alfa Romeo with the Finn signed until the end of 2024.

Similarly, Kevin Magnussen has a multi-year deal following his shock return with Haas who also have Mick Schumacher.

In terms of open seats for next year, AlphaTauri still needs to fill their second seat alongside Pierre Gasly.

Williams has retained Albon on a multi-year deal, but the future of Nicholas Latifi is unclear.