Yuki Tsunoda faced a revolving door of team mates in 2023, but he showed more maturity and promise than the first two seasons of his career.
Zhou Guanyu showed some marked improvement in his second season in Formula 1 – but lacked those outstanding moments that truly grab attention.
Red Bull junior Liam Lawson was suddenly handed a golden opportunity to prove he deserves to be in Formula 1. He managed to make the most of it.
Daniel Ricciardo unexpectedly arrived back on the grid midway through the season. He showed flashes of the race-winning driver of his past.
Kevin Magnussen arrived back in Formula 1 and impressed last year. But with an underperforming car, he struggled to match his new team mate in 2023.
RaceFans’ writers name the four personalities outside of the cockpit who have impressed us most during the 2023 Formula 1 season.
In a season where he likely drove the best car he’d ever had in Formula 1, Lance Stroll consistently failed to make the most of it.
The Red Bull RB19 is the most successful Formula 1 car in history. But you wouldn’t have known it watching Sergio Perez driving.
The first American F1 driver to score a point in 30 years – but Logan Sargeant’s rookie campaign was challenging to say the least.
Nyck de Vries’ rookie season in Formula 1 would ultimately last just ten rounds. Sadly, this earns him the bottom spot on the 2023 rankings.
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Yuki Tsunoda was the constant in AlphaTauri’s line-up this year, but one of his trio of team mates fared far worse than the others.
What were the Alfa Romeo pair thinking as they trekked through the desert? Can you come up with the best caption for this picture?
For the second time in three years Ferrari’s closely-matched team mates swapped championship places at the final round.
A strong debut season for Oscar Piastri, especially in the second half, will give Lando Norris plenty to think about for next year.
After two seasons, George Russell has the best scoring rate against Lewis Hamilton than any of his team mates since Jenson Button.
Zhou Guanyu may have scored the same number of points as he did in his rookie season, but he did a better job in a weaker car.
Nico Hulkenberg justified Haas’s decision to give him his first full-time seat for four years, but neither he nor Kevin Magnussen had much to work with.
Sergio Perez appeared to have taken a step forward at Red Bull last season, but Max Verstappen blew him away in their third year as team mates.
Pierre Gasly took the Alpine seat two other drivers had turned down, then out-scored team mate Esteban Ocon despite being frustrated by the team’s tactics.