Half of the Formula 1 teams – Aston Martin, Mercedes, Haas, AlphaTauri and Alfa Romeo – have brought updates for this weekend’s race.
More than half the ten teams have new parts for the Japanese Grand Prix just one week after racing around the streets of Singapore.
McLaren and AlphaTauri brought major upgrades this weekend, but all the teams bar Haas have something new on their cars.
Most teams have tweaked their cars to improve their straight-line speed at Monza, but McLaren have worked especially hard to improve their car’s efficiency.
Despite the Belgian Grand Prix being the final race before Formula 1’s four-week summer break all bar one of the 10 teams have brought new parts for their cars.
Red Bull have brought the most upgrades for the Hungarian Grand Prix this weekend but their rivals aren’t standing still.
While Red Bull, Mercedes and Aston Martin have brought minor changes to their cars and Ferrari have no updates, AlphaTauri has introduced substantial revisions to its AT04.
Six teams have brought updates to their cars for this weekend’s Austrian Grand Prix, including Ferrari and McLaren whose cars are sporting significant revisions this weekend.
With the exception of Ferrari, all teams brought updates for their cars in Canada, including Williams who have an extensively revised FW45 for Alexander Albon.
Ferrari have revealed major revisions to their SF-23 chassis ahead of the Spanish Grand Prix.
All 10 teams have brought upgrades for the Monaco Grand Prix. Mercedes, Alfa Romeo and AlphaTauri have the most extensive updates for their cars.
McLaren began 2023 on the back foot with their MCL60, but a new upgrade introduced in Baku may have put them on the right path, says team principal Andrea Stella.
Half of Formula 1’s 10 teams have brought updates for their cars at this weekend’s Miami Grand Prix, including Ferrari, who have a new floor.
All 10 teams have brought upgrades for their cars this weekend but McLaren and Alpine have the most significant revisions for the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.
Seven Formula 1 teams have brought updates to their cars this weekend including Red Bull but not Ferrari or Aston Martin.
All 10 F1 teams have introduced updates this weekend, but while some focus on finding performance others are merely fine-tuning their cars for the Jeddah track.
Formula 1 teams have explained the changes they have made to their cars for the first race of 2023, including some revisions since the completion of testing last week.
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Seven of the 10 F1 teams have brought updates for this weekend’s Mexican Grand Prix, mostly targeted at managing the high temperatures encountered at the track.
Mercedes has brought its final upgrade package of the season to this weekend’s United States Grand Prix, while only two other teams are introducing changes.