Cars will return to the track two days after the 2022 season concludes with some drivers featuring for their news teams.

The test is mainly for Pirelli tyres but teams must also utilise a ‘rookie driver’.

Why was Daniel Ricciardo replaced by Oscar Piastri at McLaren for F1 2023?

Abu Dhabi test full schedule (UK time)

  • Tuesday November 22 - 5am-2pm

The test in Abu Dhabi will be the first opportunity to see drivers in the cars and colours of the new teams that they will represent next season. The F1 2023 driver line-up has thrown up a fascinating grid with exciting rookies and veterans aiming to return to the front.

Which drivers will debut for new teams?

What is the full line-up of drivers at the test?

  • Red Bull - Sergio Perez/Max Verstappen and Liam Lawson
  • Ferrari -  Charles Leclerc/Carlos Sainz and Robert Shwartzman
  • Mercedes - George Russell/Lewis Hamilton and Frederik Vesti
  • Alpine - Pierre Gasly and Jack Doohan
  • McLaren - Lando Norris and Oscar Piastri
  • Alfa Romeo - Valtteri Bottas and Theo Pourchaire
  • Aston Martin - Fernando Alonso/Lance Stroll and Felipe Drugovich
  • Haas - Nico Hulkenberg and Pietro Fittipaldi
  • AlphaTauri - Yuki Tsunoda and Nyck de Vries
  • Williams - Alex Albon and Logan Sargeant

When does F1 2023 start?

The F1 2023 calendar will include a record-breaking 24 races. The season starts on March 5 2023 in Bahrain.