2023 Spanish GP F1 results: Verstappen wins Barcelona, ​​Mercedes pair enjoy double podium (2023)

Red Bull's Max Verstappen completed another magical weekend with a dominant win at the 2023 Spanish Grand Prix.

Leading the race from the start after taking pole position with ease on Saturday, the Dutchman took the checkered flag for the fifth time this season as his defense of the World Driving Championship continued in style.

Verstappen was initially under pressure from Ferrari's Carlos Sainz, who nearly took the lead in the opening corner of the race, but after fighting off that lead, he looked in no danger for the rest of the race.

Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton came home in P2 at a track where he had previously won six times — the most joint wins in history — while team-mate George Russell rounded out the podium places with a fantastic recovery drive from P12 on the grid.

Sergio Perez, Carlos Sainz, Lance Stroll, Fernando Alonso, Esteban Ocon, Yuki Tsunoda and Zhou Guanyu all took points in a largely uneventful race on the outskirts of Barcelona.

MORE:Which driver has the most podiums in F1 history?

Spanish GP F1 2023 results

1Max VerstappenRed bull26*
2Lewis Hamiltonmercedes18
3George Russellmercedes15
4Sergio Perezmercedes12
5Carlos SainzFerrari10
6Lance StrollAston Martin8
7Fernando AlonsoAston Martin6
8Esteban OconAlpine5
9Yuki TsunodaAlphaTauri2
10Zhou GuanyuAlfa Romeo1
11Pierre GaslyAlpine
12Charles LeclercFerrari
13Oscar PiastriMcLaren
14Nyck De VriesAlphaTauri
15Nico HulkenbergHaas
16Alex AlbonWilliams
17Lando NorrisMcLaren
18Kevin MagnussenHaas
19Valtteri BottasAlfa Romeo
20Logan SargeantWilliams

*The fastest lap

F1 Spanish Grand Prix 2023 Live Updates Highlights: How It Happened

KARIRANA ZASTAVA:MAX VERSTAPPEN WON THE 2023 SPANISH GRAND PRIX!!Red Bull's Flying Dutchman delivers another perfect performance to take his fifth win of the season here at the Circuit de Catalunya. It's about as easy a win as he's likely to ever achieve in F1 as he finishes over 24 seconds ahead of Hamilton with Russell finishing third as he holds off Perez at the death.

MAX VERSTAPPEN WON THE SPANISH GRAND PRIX!!! 🏁🏆🎉#GP of Spain #F1 pic.twitter.com/joTJtLClnW

— Formula 1 (@F1)June 4, 2023

Krug 64:Two laps to go and Perez needs to make up 4 seconds on Russell to get on the podium here. That seems unlikely now, but you never know!

Krug 63:Tsunoda calls out a five second penalty for that aforementioned incident. Meanwhile, Verstappen is running the fastest lap.

Krug 61:Verstappen receives a black and white flag for exceeding the track limits three times. Elsewhere, Tsunoda was flagged by race control for a potential foul on Zhou Guanyu as the Alfa Romeo driver had to veer onto the safety road at turn one.

Krug 57:Perez was told to watch his tires for a final attack on Russell, while the Mercedes man was told to watch the Mexican in the final laps of this race. It could be a big battle!

Krug 54:Perez uses DRS on the start/finish straight and passes Sainz with ease. Next, Russell.

(Video) 2023 Spanish Grand Prix | Podium

Krug 51:Red Bull responded to that stop by Hamilton by bringing in Perez for soft tyres. He comes behind Sainz and Russell and will try to catch them.

Elsewhere, the crowd goes wild as Alonso passes Ocon. The Frenchman made a dangerous save, but the veteran managed to avoid the danger and reach P7.

50. krug:Russell has now set the fastest lap of the race and is hunting down Perez for the final podium spot.

Should Red Bull stick or pivot with Perez - stay on the old hards and switch to softs? Hamilton pits.

Krug 47:Russell comes to his last stop and exits on the fresh softs in front of Sainz and behind Perez. He will make up the gap to Perez, but it could be an early stop on the soft tires with 20 laps to go.

Krug 43:Sainz pits for hard tires like his teammate Leclerc. Sainz starts 19 seconds behind Perez, a gap he may struggle to bridge today as the Red Bull driver could go all the way on his own set of difficulties.

41. krug:Hamilton has just been told to keep pace in P2, but to hold the position as Mercedes want to extend this run on medium tyres. It looks like he and teammate Russell will be on the podium today alongside Verstappen.

37. krug:Verstappen rounds Norris and increases his lead to more than 15 seconds. It is a devastating blow for the McLaren man who started this race in third place but suffered damage on the first lap.

34. krug:Perez now also passes Ocon and starts chasing Stroll who is currently in P5. The Red Bull driver has heavy tires and could go all the way to the end of this race, can he fight for a place on the podium?

Speaking of podium places, Russell leapfrogs Sainz on the start/finish straight to take P3.

LAP 35/66

Great pass from Russell on Sainz on the inside in turn 1! He is up to P3

No sweat 😉#GP of Spain #F1 pic.twitter.com/HCQ0laZumZ

(Video) F1 2023 Spain GP Practice Data Analysis - What did We Learn?

— Formula 1 (@F1)June 4, 2023

31. krug:Perez leapfrogs Alonso to move into P8. The Aston Martin man is really struggling out there to the irritation of the Spanish crowd!

The rain that Russell announced a few laps ago was actually sweat in his helmet.

28. krug:As Russell says it's raining at Turn 5, his team-mate Hamilton makes a move against Sainz to move up to P2. Russell is now chasing the home favorite as he sets the fastest lap of the race so far.

26. krug:A lap after his teammate enters, Russell now also pits. He comes out just ahead of Ocon in P6 which could be the key.

Verstappen is also involved and is back on the hard tyre. That could see him go all the way here in Barcelona.

25. krug:Gasly overtook Leclerc, De Vries and Hulkenberg in the last few laps. Alpine Man is absolutely flying at the moment!

Hamilton enters the pits and exits behind Sainz for a few seconds.

23. krug:Gasly pumps in the fastest lap of this race as the track gets faster and faster. The top four aren't fighting here yet, but who will pull the trigger first? It could prove to be very important.

20. krug:The order is a bit mixed up at the moment, with some drivers stopping early and some not.

Verstappen leads 8 seconds ahead of Hamilton, Russell, Perez and Sainz. Alonso boxing.

16. krug:Sainz goes to the pits and switches to medium tires. He came out behind teammate Leclerc, who is up to P8.

14. krug:Hamilton is now starting to turn the screw in his pursuit of Sainz for P2 in this race. The man from Mercedes is taking parts of the lap time of the Spaniards.

11. krug:There is a lot of overtaking and early pit stops here as both Alfa Romeo and Haas cars were in it. Russell is now making a great move at Ocon and is up to P5 on the grid from P12.

8. krug:Not to be outdone by his team-mate, Hamilton now overtakes the Aston Martin car of Lance Stroll to move up the podium places and P3.

(Video) 2023 F1 Spanish Free Practice 1 (BBC Radio 5 Live Commentary Track)

The British driver must quickly build that gap.

7. krug:After a few laps of trying DRS, Russell gets around Alonso on the outside to take P6. Alfa Romeo's Zhou Guanyu made it to P8 after already making up five places.

5. krug:So Verstappen leads with a gap of almost two seconds behind Sainz in P2. Stroll then follows close behind, with Hamilton in his rear-view mirror. Then there are Ocon, Alonso and Russell.

Russell was spotted by the Marshalls as he left the track and gained the lead. Decision in progress.

3. krug:A lot of movement up and down the order already Stroll, Alonso and Russell overtook early. Russell is up to P7.

LIGHT SWITCHING OFF:We're going to the Circuit de Catalunya, and Verstappen is leading. Sainz almost jumped the Red Bull man, but Verstappen held on. Norris and Hamilton collided behind and the McLaren man was damaged, what a disaster for him! Walk to P3 for Aston Martin!

2 minutes until lights out:Heading into the formation lap ahead of the 2023 Spanish Grand Prix, can home favorite Carlos Sainz take an early lead from second on the grid? We're about to find out.

Imagine the scenes if Carlos or Fernando win today! 🤩🇪🇸#GP of Spain #F1 pic.twitter.com/LYpZaMxfrN

— Formula 1 (@F1)June 4, 2023

15 minutes until lights out:The drivers now go to the start of the starting grid to the national anthem.

30 minutes until lights out:The pit lane is open and all cars have made it to the starting grid for today's race. It's not long until kick-off here in Barcelona and crucially for now, there's no sign of rain.

George Russell had a bit of time as he slid off the track on his way to the grid, but his car appears to be fine.

1 hour until shutdown:A bit of news worth mentioning, which is that Charles Leclerc and Logan Sargeant will start from the pits this afternoon as they both made car modifications while under Parc Ferme conditions.

It won't really come as a surprise especially to Ferrari fans who would have expected the Italian team to make changes to Leclerc's car after his dreadful P19 in qualifying yesterday!

1 hour and 15 minutes until lights out:Home favorite Carlos Sainz is Verstappen's closest challenger today in terms of grid order and he will be hoping to step up early in this race if he is to have any chance of beating the Dutchman in Barcelona.

(Video) 2023 Spanish Grand Prix: Preview and Predictions

1 hour and 30 minutes until lights out:Hello and welcome to the Live Sports News coverage of the 2023 Spanish Grand Prix at the Circuit de Catalunya.

Max Verstappen starts again from pole position and aims to win for the fifth time this season.

Remember when@alo_oficialnocasually lost one of the best race starts of all time in Spain? 🤯#GP of Spain #F1 pic.twitter.com/JfK4IQxoBK

— Formula 1 (@F1)May 31, 2023

Starting grid for the 2023 Spanish Grand Prix

1Max Verstappen
2Carlos Sainz
3Lando Norris
4Lewis Hamilton
5Lance Stroll
6Esteban Ocon
7Nico Hulkenberg
8Fernando Alonso
9Oscar Piastri
10Pierre Gasly*
11Sergio Perez
12George Russell
13Zhou Guanyu
14Nyck De Vries
15Yuki Tsunoda
16Valtteri Bottas
17Kevin Magnussen
18Alex Albon
JAMACharles Leclerc
JAMALogan Sargeant

* indicates a penalty of six places

What time does the F1 race start?

  • Datum:Sunday, June 4
  • Start time:14:00 BST/ 09:00 ET / 23:00 AEDT/ 15:00 local time

Sunday's 2023 Spanish Grand Prix is ​​scheduled to start at 15:00 local time. Lights out will take place just after 14:00 BST/09:00 ET.

Below is the full schedule of F1 events for the Spanish Grand Prix weekend.

DatumAn eventTime (BST)Time (ET)Time (AEST)
Friday, June 2Exercise 112:30 sati07:30 sati21:30 sati
Friday, June 2Exercise 216:00 sati11:00 sati01:00 (Sat, May 20)
Saturday, June 3Exercise 311:30 sati06:30 sati20:30 sati
Saturday, June 3Qualifications15:00 sati10:00 sati00:00 (Sun, May 21)
Sunday, June 4race14:00 sati09:00 sati23:00 sata

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What TV channel is F1 on?

UKSADYou haveAustralia
Television channelSky Sports F1ESPN/ABCTSN (English); RDS (French)Fox Sports

Where can I stream F1 live?

UKSADYou haveAustralia
Live broadcastNOW TV / Sky Go appESPN+fuboTV,TSN DirectYou guys

How to watch Formula 1 in the USA

  • Television channel:ABC; ESPN
  • Live broadcast:FuboTV / Hulu / Sling TV

F1 fans in the US can catch all the action in 2023 with all 23 races to be shown live on ABC, ESPN and ESPN2. For Spanish-language viewers, live coverage can be found on ESPN Deportes, although ESPNews and ESPNU will also show some practice and qualifying sessions live throughout the year.

As with the official F1 TV service, the action can be streamed live on Hulu + Live TV with a subscription. Elsewhere, Sling TV will also be showing the action, as will FuboTV in the US.

How to watch Formula 1 in Canada

  • Television channel:TSN (English); RDS (French)
  • Live broadcast:TSN Direct

For fans in Canada, TSN will televise the races in English. For those looking for French-language broadcasting, RDS has you covered.

Races can be streamedfuboTVand through TSN's streaming service, TSN Direct.

How to watch Formula 1 in the UK

  • Television channel:Sky Sports F1
  • Live broadcast:NOW TV / Sky Go app

UK viewers can catch all the F1 action on Sky Sports F1, the dedicated F1 channel. For viewers planning to watch F1 2023 live, you can watch via the Sky Go app if you're an existing subscriber or you can buySky Sports Pass na NOW TV.

How to watch Formula 1 in Australia

  • Television channel:Fox Sports; Kanal 10
  • Live broadcast:You guys

Fox Sports will carry all races in Australia for the 2023 season.

How to watch Formula 1 in India

  • Television channel:N/A
  • Live broadcast:F1 TV Pro

No television network is currently set to host the action this year in India, although Formula 1 has launched F1 TV Pro for the first time in the country to allow fans to stream the action live.

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Who won the Spanish Grand Prix 2023? ›

Max verstappen wins his third DHL Fastest Lap Award of 2023 during a dominant, front-running performance at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya on his way to victory in the Spanish Grand Prix.

How many podiums does Verstappen have? ›

Podiums by constructor
Red Bull8339

Who won the first two Spanish Grand Prix at Circuit de Barcelona? ›

Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya

Nigel Mansell won the first two races at the new circuit in 1991-1992, and Williams-Renault took the honours for the first four years.

How old was Lewis Hamilton when he started F1? ›

Many bookies predicted that he would win a Formula 1 race before he clocked 25 years of age. Hamilton started racing in Formula 1 in 2007 when he was 22, as a McLaren driver. In 2008, he became the youngest Formula 1 champion in history.

Who is out of F1 2023? ›

The 2023 F1 grid is finally settled. We've said goodbye to Sebastian Vettel, Mick Schumacher and Daniel Ricciardo, but welcome Logan Sargeant and Oscar Piastri as rookies and Nico Hülkenberg returns after two seasons away.

How long is an F1 race? ›

Grand Prix races usually last approximately 90 minutes and must not exceed two hours in length, but the time can vary given the average speed per lap differs across the 23 venues on the season's calendar. If two hours is reached and the race has failed to complete, it will be ended at the end of the next full lap.

Who is the best F1 driver in history? ›

Lewis Hamilton - 103 wins. In terms of career wins and total career points, Lewis Hamilton is the best Formula 1 driver to have ever graced a circuit.

Which F1 driver has the most podiums without a win? ›

Topping the list of most Formula 1 podiums without a win is Nick Heidfeld. “Quick Nick” recorded 13 top three finishes over his 12 seasons at the pinnacle of motorsport, but none of them were victories. Heidfeld finished as runner-up on no fewer than eight occasions.

Who has the most podium finishes in F1? ›

Who has the most Formula 1 podiums?
  • Who has the most Formula 1 podium finishes? Lewis Hamilton holds the record for the most Formula 1 podiums. ...
  • Alain Prost. ...
  • Michael Schumacher. ...
  • Lewis Hamilton. ...
  • Sebastian Vettel. ...
  • Kimi Raikkonen. ...
  • Fernando Alonso.
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What was the Red Bull Ring called? ›

The Red Bull Ring used to be known as the A1 Ring and before that the Osterreichring. In the heart of the Styrian mountains, over half this area consists of mountains and forest, a real treat for nature lovers who come to watch the Austrian Grand Prix of the Formula 1 World Championship.

Who has the most F1 wins in Spain? ›

Spanish Grand Prix Vital Stats
  • First Grand Prix – 1951 (Pedralbes)
  • Track Length – 4.657km.
  • Most wins – Michael Schumacher and Lewis Hamilton with 6 wins each.
  • Pole run to Turn 1 braking point – 595 metres.
  • Overtakes completed in 2022 – 75.
  • Pit stop time loss – 22.88 seconds.
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Who owns Circuit de Catalunya? ›

Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya: since 1991

It was a project driven by the Catalan Government, the Royal Automobile Club of Catalonia and the Montmeló Town Council.

Can a woman be an F1 driver? ›

There are no rules preventing women from competing in Formula 1, but the current grid is exclusively male. In fact, a female driver hasn't competed in a grand prix since 1976. The one female driver with the closest links to a current F1 team is Jamie Chadwick.

How old was the oldest F1 driver? ›

Juan Manuel Fangio is comfortably the oldest driver to win the F1 championship, at the age of 46 years and 41 days when he triumphed in August 1957.

Who is the youngest F1 racer? ›

The youngest driver on the F1 grid is Oscar Piastri. The McLaren youngster is one of only three current F1 drivers born in the 2000s, having been born on 6 April 2001, so he is currently 21 years old, and will have turned 22 by the end of the 2023 season.

Is Lewis Hamilton going to retire? ›

Reports suggest that Hamilton is on the brink of signing a multi-year extension with the Brackley-based team. If this happens, he'll likely remain in the sport until at least the end of 2025. Hamilton's current predicament with Mercedes appears to leave him with limited options.

Who is Audi replacing in F1? ›

“This is an important milestone on the way to Audi's entry in Formula One, scheduled for 2026, for which the Sauber Group will be the German brand's strategic partner,” Sauber said in a statement. Sauber will run with Ferrari power units in 2024 and 2025, before Audi steps in.

Is Lewis Hamilton leaving F1 in 2023? ›

Lewis Hamilton has no 'plan' to leave Mercedes after poor start to 2023 Formula 1 season | F1 News.

Do F1 drivers listen to music? ›

Put simply, no they don't. Interestingly it is not actually banned in the official rules but it is not done by any driver due to the safety risks surrounding it. F1 cars can accelerate from 0–60mph in just 2.6 seconds so listening to music would distract them from driving at such high speeds.

What is the 3 hour rule in F1? ›

The race can not exceed two hours in length—if this interval is reached, the race will be ended at the end of the next full lap—unless the race is halted by a red flag, in which case the total time including the red flag stoppage must not exceed three hours, and the total time excluding the red flag stoppage may not ...

Which is faster Formula 1 or Nascar? ›

Formula 1 cars are faster than NASCAR cars.

The differences in car construction and track configurations between the two series equalize the speeds achieved during competition. Find more information on the top speeds in Formula 1 and NASCAR below.

Who is better Michael Schumacher or Lewis Hamilton? ›

Lewis Hamilton has surpassed the legendary Michael Schumacher and is now the most successful F1 driver of all time. Lewis Hamilton, the most accomplished Formula 1 driver in history, continues to break records and redefine success in the sport.

Which country has the best drivers in the world? ›

The world's best drivers are in Switzerland and the UAE, while the most polite drivers are found in Turkey, according to a study by global transfer service i'way. The study analysed reviews and ratings from passengers in 120 countries from February 2022 to February 2023.

Who has the longest career without a win in F1? ›

Topping the list of drivers with most F1 races without a win is Andrea de Cesaris, an Italian driver who took part in a staggering 208 races between 1980 and 1994. Although he never reached the top step of the podium, de Cesaris did manage to achieve second place as his best result.

Who has the longest F1 career without points? ›

As of April 2023, Hülkenberg holds the record for the most Formula One career starts without a podium finish, a record he broke when he failed to finish in his 129th race (the 2017 Singapore Grand Prix) and in so doing passed Adrian Sutil's previous record of 128; Hülkenberg's record stands at 186 Grands Prix.

What F1 driver has the most starts without a win? ›

Italian driver Andrea de Cesaris holds the record for the most races (208 starts) without a win, as well as the most retirements of any driver (147).

Who has won the most F1 races in their entire career? ›

All-time top Formula 1 drivers 1950-2023, by number of races won. With 103 races won throughout his career, Lewis Hamilton topped the ranking of Formula 1 drivers as of March 2023. The Briton surpassed German legend Michael Schumacher by 12 race wins. Hamilton is part of the Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team.

Does F1 still use champagne? ›

Although champagne has not been exclusively used on the podium, with F1 recently moving back to using sparkling wine after signing a deal with Ferrari Trento, it forms a key part of post-race celebrations.

Which F1 driver has done the most races? ›

Total entries
1Fernando Alonso364
2Kimi Räikkönen353
3Rubens Barrichello326
4Lewis Hamilton316
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Who owns the Red Bull Ring? ›

Circuit Overview

Now under the ownership of Red Bull, the circuit has gone through various iterations, being known as the A1-Ring from 1996-2004 and, in its original form, as the Österreichring from 1969-1995.

Where is the largest bull ring in the world? ›

The Plaza México in Mexico City seats approximately 55,000 spectators and is the largest bullring in the world; the 18th-century Plaza de Acho in Lima, Peru, is one of the oldest arenas; and Sevilla's Real Maestranza and Madrid's Plaza Monumental, known as Las Ventas, are the two most prestigious rings for bullfighters ...

Where is the oldest bull ring in the world? ›

The Ronda Bullfighting Ring

The bullring is widely considered the oldest bullfighting ring in Spain and definitely one of the most beautiful and majestic in the world. It's a historic building, declared a Site of Cultural Interest owned by the Real Maestranza de Caballería de Ronda.

Which nationality has won the most F1 races? ›

Great Britain

Who is the king of Spain F1? ›

Alonso: King of Spain.

Which team has won the most F1 season? ›

Most wins in a season
2Red Bull Racing17
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Can you drink alcohol at Circuit de Catalunya? ›

Facilities at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya

Visit a supermarket before you go to the track to stock up on food and drinks, but remember that you won't get into the circuit with glass or cans and that alcohol is prohibited inside the circuit.

Who owns Formula One? ›

The owner of the Formula One Group is an American mass media company called Liberty Media Corporation owned by billionaire John Carl Malone. Up until 2016, F1's commercial rights were owned by private equity firm CVC Capital Partners – CVC having owned 63.4% of the Formula One Group's shares by March 2006.

Where do F1 drivers stay in Barcelona? ›

Often a home to F1 teams, the Hotel Arts, a Ritz-Carlton hotel, is an exciting world to be in. True to its name, the hotel is home to an extensive collection of Spanish contemporary art. Guest rooms are spacious, comfortable and not surprisingly, aesthetically pleasing.

Did a woman race in F1? ›

The first female driver to race in Formula 1 was Maria Teresa de Filippis, who competed in 1958 and 1959. She entered five races and finished in the top ten once, earning two championship points. Lella Lombardi was the second female driver to race in Formula One, entering 12 races in 1974 and 1975.

Is there a female F1 league? ›

In November 2022, Formula One announced the creation of F1 Academy, another racing series for young women, with the participation of five teams with experience in Formula 2 and Formula 3, debuting in 2023.

Are there any female mechanics in F1? ›

A FEMALE F1 engine mechanic has risen through the ranks in the motorsport industry - despite men telling her she would never make it.

What is the oldest F1 car? ›

Ferrari 125 F1
CategoryFormula One car
Designer(s)Enzo Ferrari, Gioacchino Colombo, Valerio Colotti
Technical specifications
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What is the oldest F1 team? ›

Ferrari are Formula 1's oldest and most successful team, having competed in the sport since the very first F1 season in 1950, and with a total of 31 championship titles to their name.

What is the oldest F1 race? ›

The 1950 British Grand Prix was the first Formula One World Championship Grand Prix.

What age do F1 drivers retire? ›

What Is The Average Retirement Age For F1 Drivers? F1 drivers typically retire in their late 30s, but that's just an average. Some have retired in their early 30s, while others have retired beyond their 40s. F1 does not have maximum age restrictions, so drivers retire at various ages for non-age related reasons.

Who is the youngest female racer? ›

"For me the main thing is that I improve every time I go out in the car" – At 16 years of age, the youngest driver on the F1 Academy grid is making her formula racing debut in the all-female championship.

How old can you race in F1? ›

The criteria are as follows: A minimum age of 18 at the start of their first F1 competition. An existing holder of an International Grade A competition licence. A holder of a valid driving licence when applying for the first time.

Who wins the Spanish Grand Prix? ›

Max Verstappen led from start to finish as he won the Spanish Grand Prix, bagging the fastest lap along the way.

Where will the Grand Prix be held in 2023? ›

Australian Grand Prix date announced

The 2023 Australian F1 Grand Prix will take place on 2nd April, the event announced today. While this date is subject to approval by the FIA it is the first date to be announced so far for the 2023 season.

What date is F1 2023? ›

Where is Formula 1 in Spain? ›

Who got driver of the day in Spanish Grand Prix? ›

DRIVER OF THE DAY: Hamilton gets your vote for superb second in Spain. Formula 1® Latest What is F1?

Who won the Spanish Grand Prix in a Red Bull? ›

Max Verstappen won the Spanish Grand Prix from pole position on Sunday to stretch his Formula One championship lead to 53 points and continue Red Bull's sweep of the season with the team's seventh success in as many races.

Did Ferrari win the Grand Prix? ›

Ferrari driver Carlos Sainz Jr. becomes the 39th driver to reach Formula 1 victory lane for Scuderia Ferrari with his win at 2022 F1 British Grand Prix.

What will F1 look like in 2023? ›

F1 will hold its biggest-ever calendar in 2023, with 23 races scheduled for next season, up from the 22 races held in 2022 – which was initially set to be 23 races before the Russian GP was cancelled.

How much are Formula 1 tickets? ›

Formula 1 tickets for races during the 2023 season are found in a price range between $10.00 and $52250.00. The average price for a ticket to a single race during the 2023 season is around $1342.10. The Formula 1: 2023 Spanish Grand Prix - Sunday event will take place on June 4th, 2023 at 1:00pm.

What to expect for F1 2023? ›

Formula 1 can confirm that the 2023 season will consist of 23 races. That means the season will kick off with the Bahrain Grand Prix on March 5, and finish up in Abu Dhabi on November 26, with the brand new Las Vegas Grand Prix joining the calendar a week before the season finale.

Will F1 cars change in 2023? ›

A reduction in the minimum car weight

As F1's new era develops, a reduction of 2kg – to 796kg – is being implemented for 2023, meaning the designers will be trying to shave off even more weight from their latest challengers.

Are F1 cars changing in 2023? ›

F1's minimum ride heights have been raised by 15mm, while the diffuser throat has also been raised to accommodate the aforementioned change. There will be new sensors installed to measure the car's vertical forces accurately - something that was initially introduced at the Belgian Grand Prix.

How much does F1 2023 cost? ›

$600 USD to attend a race in 2023. The cheapest races include Hungary, Austria and Imola (all less than $400 USD) while the most expensive races are in Las Vegas, Abu Dhabi, USA and Miami, where you'll spend $950-1,040 USD. Mid-range fans will spend on average approx. $1,408 USD to attend a race in 2023.

Can you drink at the Spanish F1? ›

Facilities at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya

Visit a supermarket before you go to the track to stock up on food and drinks, but remember that you won't get into the circuit with glass or cans and that alcohol is prohibited inside the circuit.

Can you drink at the Barcelona Grand Prix? ›

More Information about attending the Spanish Grand Prix

Please note that the Barcelona Circuit is a dry track and only non-alcoholic drinks are sold by vendors inside the circuit. Several bars outside the circuit sell alcoholic beverages, but you can not take them inside the circuit gates.


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