Top 10 Drivers of the F1 2023 season

Top 10 Drivers of the F1 2023 season

The F1 2023 season has come to an end, and it is now time to rank the Top 10 drivers who really showed us a whole new level of motor racing across a variety of tracks. Obviously, there is no real metric to decide such a ranking, so we are going to go with our personal opinion, while also keeping in mind, the drivers’ individual results throughout the season.

Without further ado, here are the top 10 drivers of the F1 2023 season –

Number 10. Daniel Ricciardo (Alpha Tauri)

 

Top 10 Drivers of the F1 2023 season

 

When Daniel Ricciardo announced his return with Alpha Tauri, everyone, including himself, was excited to see how it would turn out and while he started things off cautiously, an unfortunate injury took him back to the sidelines for a few races. On his return, he blew hot and cold, not really delivering the consistency that was expected of him, and in the season finale, a tear-off stuck in the brake duct of his car hampered his evening, leaving him red-faced and contemplating how he was going to approach next season. Alpha Tauri will be fielding Yuki and Daniel for the 2024 season, but there are rumblings that the latter could go to Red Bull if Perez underperforms. However, is he wants to thrive at Red Bull, he must quickly find his feet in Alpha Tauri, who will be running a car inspired by their sister team, next season.

 

Number 9. Liam Lawson (Alpha Tauri)

 

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The young Kiwi driver hit the ground running and truly gave Yuki a run for his money. Shame that he was just a substitute for Daniel through his injury period, but Liam’s on-track performances have not gone unnoticed. His P9 finish in Singapore is definitely a performance he will remember and cherish forever, and he will be hopeful that he has done enough to impress the Alpha Tauri and Red Bull bosses. We have been hearing rumblings about Liam getting a seat at Alpha Tauri, if Daniel moves over to Red Bull, but we will have to wait and see.

 

Number 8. Alex Albon (Williams Racing)