After a long winter break, F1 finally returns for the upcoming 2023 season as all ten teams and 20 drivers make their way to the Bahrain Grand Prix on March 5.
It could be an exciting year in particular for US fans of the sport as in 2023, three races with be hosted on American soil. Those will take place in Austin and Miami, whilst we’ll also see the Las Vegas Grand Prix on the F1 calendar for the first time since 1982.
On top of that, talented young American driver Logan Sargeant will be making his debut in F1 for the Williams team and will be hoping to claim some valuable Championship points.
For all the details on how to watch the 2023 F1 action, we have you covered.
What TV channel is F1 on in US?
F1’s American audience will be able to catch the action throughout the 2023 season in multiple different places.
All 23 races this season are due to be shown live on ABC, ESPN, and ESPN2 — each Grand Prix broadcast being commercial-free, thanks to the coverage provided by Sky Sports.
For Spanish-language viewers, they can find live broadcasts on ESPN Deportes, though ESPNews and ESPNU will also show some practice and qualifying sessions live throughout the year.
How to live stream F1 in US
Just like with TV channels available in the US to catch all the action on, there are also plenty of ways to live steam F1 races in 2023.
As well as the official F1 TV service — which costs $26.99–79.99/yr depending on the plan you choose — the action can be caught on Hulu + Live TV with subscriptions.
Elsewhere, Sling TV will also show the action, as too will FuboTV in the US.
F1 season schedule
In 2023, the Formula One Calendar will be made up of 23 races across four different continents.
The action begins with the Bahrain Grand Prix on March 5 and will end on November 26 in Abu Dhabi.
|March 5||Bahrain Grand Prix|
|March 19||Saudi Arabia Grand Prix|
|April 2||Australian Grand Prix|
|April 30||Azerbaijan Grand Prix|
|May 7||Miami Grand Prix|
|May 21||Emilia Romagna Grand Prix|
|May 28||Monaco Grand Prix|
|June 4||Spanish Grand Prix|
|June 18||Canadian Grand Prix|
|July 2||Austrian Grand Prix|
|July 9||British Grand Prix|
|July 23||Hungarian Grand Prix|
|July 30||Belgian Grand Prix|
|August 27||Dutch Grand Prix|
|September 3||Italian Grand Prix|
|September 17||Singapore Grand Prix|
|September 24||Japanese Grand Prix|
|October 8||Qatari Grand Prix|
|October 22||United States Grand Prix|
|October 29||Mexican Grand Prix|
|November 5||Brazilian Grand Prix|
|November 19||Las Vegas Grand Prix|
|November 26||Abu Dhabi Grand Prix|
F1 2023 driver lineup
There are multiple line up changes for the 2023 season in Formula One with six drivers set to turn out for new teams.
The most high profile switch arguably comes in the form of veteran Fernando Alonso who will race with Aston Martin 2023, whilst French driver Pierre Gasly swapped AlphaTauri for Alpine in the off-season.
His former seat has been filled by rookie Nyck De Vries, whilst fellow rookies Logan Sargeant and Oscar Piastri will race for Williams and McLaren respectively. Nico Hulkenburg also returns to the sport with Hasas for the upcoming season.
|Team||Driver 1||Driver 2|
|Red Bull||Max Verstappen||Sergio Perez|
|Ferrari||Charles Leclerc||Carlos Sainz|
|Mercedes||Lewis Hamilton||George Russell|
|Alpine||Pierre Gasly||Esteban Ocon|
|McLaren||Lando Norris||Oscar Piastri|
|Alfa Romeo||Zhou Guanyu||Valtteri Bottas|
|Aston Martin||Fernando Alonso||Lance Stroll|
|Haas||Kevin Magnussen||Nico Hulkenberg|
|AlphaTauri||Yuki Tsunoda||Nyck de Vries|
|Williams||Logan Sargeant||Alex Albon|