F1 standings 2023: Updated driver and constructor points, results and schedule for every Formula One race

Author Photo

Max Verstappen roared back in Miami to claim top spot despite starting in P9 on the grid. 

Red Bull's Flying Dutchman came through the pack with ease on the reverse strategy to steal another win away from teammate Sergio Perez as he looks to claim a third straight drivers world title. 

Perez managed to come home in P2, a lengthy distant in front of everyone else on the grid, whilst Fernando Alonso took the final podium position. 

MORE: F1 Australian Grand Prix 2023 results: Max Verstappen wins chaotic red flag-filled race in Melbourne

F1 Drivers' World Championship 2023 standings 

Updated on May 9 (after Miami Grand Prix).

Position Driver Team Points
1 Max Verstappen Red Bull 119
2 Sergio Perez  Red Bull 105
3 Fernando Alonso Aston Martin 75
4 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 56
5 Carlos Sainz Ferrari 44
6 George Russell  Mercedes 40
7 Charles Leclerc Ferrari 34
8 Lance Stroll Aston Martin  27
9 Lando Norris McLaren 10
10 Pierre Gasly  Alpine 8
11 Nico Hulkenberg Haas 6
12 Esteban Ocon Alpine 6
13 Oscar Piastri McLaren 4
14 Valtteri Bottas Alfa Romeo 4
15 Zhou Guanyu Alfa Romeo 2
16 Yuki Tsunoda AlphaTauri 2
17 Kevin Magnussen Haas 2
18 Alex Albon Williams 1
19 Logan Sargeant Williams 0
20 Nyck de Vries AlphaTauri 0

F1 Constructors' Championship 2023 standings

Updated on May 9 (round 5).

Position Team Points
1 Red Bull 224
2 Aston Martin 102
3 Mercedes 96
4 Ferrari 78
5 McLaren 14
6 Alpine 14
7 Haas 8
8 Alfa Romeo 6
9 AlphaTauri 2
10 Williams 1

F1 results 2023

Bahrain Grand Prix: Winner: Max Verstappen, 2nd: Sergio Perez, 3rd: Fernando Alonso

Saudi Arabian Grand Prix: Winner: Sergio Perez, 2nd: Max Verstappen, 3rd: George Russell

Australian Grand Prix: Winner: Max Verstappen, 2nd: Lewis Hamilton, 3rd: Fernando Alonso

Azerbaijan Grand Prix: Winner: Sergio Perez, 2nd: Max Verstappen, 3rd: Charles Leclerc

Miami Grand Prix: Winner: Max Verstappen, 2nd: Sergio Perez, 3rd: Fernando Alonso

F1 schedule 2023

The 2023 Formula 1 season will host 23 races between March and November, across Europe, Asia, Australia, North America and South America. 

Date Grand Prix Country Track
March 5 Bahrain Grand Prix Bahrain Bahrain International Circuit
March 19 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix Saudi Arabia Jeddah Corniche Circuit
April 2 Australian Grand Prix Australia Albert Park
April 30 Azerbaijan Grand Prix Azerbaijan Baku City Circuit
May 7 Miami Grand Prix USA Miami International Autodrome
May 21 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix Italy Imola Circuit
May 28 Monaco Grand Prix Monaco Circuit de Monaco
June 4 Spanish Grand Prix Spain Circuit de Barcleona-Catalunya
June 18 Canadian Grand Prix Canada Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
July 2 Austrian Grand Prix Austria Red Bull Ring
July 9 British Grand Prix UK Silverstone Circuit
July 23 Hungarian Grand Prix Hungary Hungaroring
July 30 Belgian Grand Prix Belgium Circuit de Spa Francorchamps
August 27 Dutch Grand Prix Netherlands Circuit Zandvoort
September 3 Italian Grand Prix Italy Monza Circuit
September 17 Singapore Grand Prix Singapore Marina Bay Street Circuit
September 24 Japanese Grand Prix Japan Suzuka Circuit
October 8 Qatar Grand Prix Qatar Lusail International Circuit
October 22 United States Grand Prix USA Circuit of the Americas
October 29 Mexico City Grand Prix Mexico Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez
November 5 Sao Paulo Grand Prix Brazil Interlagos Circuit
November 18 Las Vegas Grand Prix USA Las Vegas Street Circuit
November 26 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix UAE Yas Marina Circuit
Author Photo
Nathan Evans is a data editor for The Sporting News.