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

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Max Verstappen's record breaking winning streak in Formula One came to an end at ten straight races around the Marina Bay Street Circuit in Singapore as Carlos Sainz got the first non-Red Bull win of the season.

During a dramatic race, the Spaniard converted his pole position start into just the second race victory of his career as he gave Ferrari a much needed boost.

Lando Norris finished in P2 for McLaren after putting up an incredible defence against George Russell who looked to pounce for the race win with just a few laps left to go.

Instead, Russell crashed on the final lap as his teammate Lewis Hamilton came home to round out the podium spots at the 2023 Singapore Grand Prix. Leclerc finished P4 whilst Verstappen recovered well to finish in P5 despite starting P11 on the grid. 

MORE: F1 Singapore Grand Prix results as Sainz ends Red Bull's 2023 dominance in Formula 1 night race

F1 Drivers' World Championship 2023 standings 

Updated on September 17 (after Singapore Grand Prix).

PositionDriverTeamPoints
1Max VerstappenRed Bull374
2Sergio Perez Red Bull223
3Lewis HamiltonMercedes180
4Fernando AlonsoAston Martin170
5Carlos SainzFerrari142
6Charles LeclercFerrari123
7George RussellMercedes109
8Lando NorrisMcLaren97
9Lance StrollAston Martin47
10Pierre GaslyAlpine45
11Oscar PiastriMcLaren42
12Esteban OconAlpine36
13Alex AlbonWilliams21
14Nico HulkenbergHaas9
15Valtteri BottasAlfa Romeo6
16Zhou GuanyuAlfa Romeo4
17Yuki TsunodaAlphaTauri3
18Kevin MagnussenHaas3
19Liam LawsonAlphaTauri2
20Daniel RicciardoAlphaTauri0
21Logan SargeantWilliams0
22Nyck de VriesAlphaTauri0

F1 Constructors' Championship 2023 standings

Updated on September 17 (after Singapore Grand Prix).

PositionTeamPoints
1Red Bull597
2Mercedes289
3Ferrari265
4Aston Martin217
5McLaren139
6Alpine81
7Williams21
8Haas12
9Alfa Romeo10
10AlphaTauri5

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

Monaco Grand Prix: Winner: Max Verstappen, 2nd: Fernando Alonso, 3rd: Esteban Ocon

Spanish Grand Prix: Winner: Max Verstappen, 2nd: Lewis Hamilton, 3rd: George Russell

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

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

British Grand Prix: Winner: Max Verstappen, 2nd: Lando Norris, 3rd: Lewis Hamilton

Hungarian Grand Prix: Winner: Max Verstappen, 2nd: Lando Norris, 3rd: Sergio Perez

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

Dutch Grand Prix: Winner: Max Verstappen, 2nd: Fernando Alonso, 3rd: Pierre Gasly

Italian Grand Prix: Winner: Max Verstappen, 2nd: Sergio Perez, 3rd: Carlos Sainz

Singapore Grand Prix: Winner: Carlos Sainz, 2nd: Lando Norris, 3rd: Lewis Hamilton

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. 

DateGrand PrixCountryTrack
March 5Bahrain Grand PrixBahrainBahrain International Circuit
March 19Saudi Arabian Grand PrixSaudi ArabiaJeddah Corniche Circuit
April 2Australian Grand PrixAustraliaAlbert Park
April 30Azerbaijan Grand PrixAzerbaijanBaku City Circuit
May 7Miami Grand PrixUSAMiami International Autodrome
May 21Emilia Romagna Grand PrixItalyImola Circuit
May 28Monaco Grand PrixMonacoCircuit de Monaco
June 4Spanish Grand PrixSpainCircuit de Barcleona-Catalunya
June 18Canadian Grand PrixCanadaCircuit Gilles Villeneuve
July 2Austrian Grand PrixAustriaRed Bull Ring
July 9British Grand PrixUKSilverstone Circuit
July 23Hungarian Grand PrixHungaryHungaroring
July 30Belgian Grand PrixBelgiumCircuit de Spa Francorchamps
August 27Dutch Grand PrixNetherlandsCircuit Zandvoort
September 3Italian Grand PrixItalyMonza Circuit
September 17Singapore Grand PrixSingaporeMarina Bay Street Circuit
September 24Japanese Grand PrixJapanSuzuka Circuit
October 8Qatar Grand PrixQatarLusail International Circuit
October 22United States Grand PrixUSACircuit of the Americas
October 29Mexico City Grand PrixMexicoAutodromo Hermanos Rodriguez
November 5Sao Paulo Grand PrixBrazilInterlagos Circuit
November 18Las Vegas Grand PrixUSALas Vegas Street Circuit
November 26Abu Dhabi Grand PrixUAEYas Marina Circuit
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Nathan Evans is a data editor for The Sporting News.
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