The 2023 Formula 2 season will get underway in March, 2023 as the latest group of junior drivers look to impress en route to a drive in Formula 1.
11 teams and 22 drivers will contest the campaign, which takes place across 14 rounds.
MP Motorsport enters the season having won the 2022 Drivers’ Championship with Felipe Drugovich, who has since taken on a reserve driver role with the Aston Martin F1 squad.
The Dutch squad has recruited Dennis Hauger, who makes the jump from Prema, having endured a mixed year off the back of the 2021 Formula 3 title. He is joined by Jehan Daruvala, who also has transferred from Prema.
Carlin consists entirely of Red Bull juniors, with Enzo Fittipaldi and Zane Maloney forming the line-up.
ART Grand Prix has re-signed Theo Pourchaire for the 2023 campaign, who will be joined by the reigning Formula 3 champion Victor Martins.
Prema has announced that Oliver Bearman and Frederick Vesti will compete for the team, with both receiving promotions from Formula 3.
Another all-Red Bull junior line-up can be seen at Hitech Grand Prix, with Isack Hadjar and Jak Crawford filling out the seats.
DAMS has signed Arthur Leclerc, brother of Ferrari F1 driver Charles, to join incumbent Ayumu Iwasa, who is backed by Red Bull and Honda.
Virtuosi Racing has retained Jack Doohan for a second season, with the Australian joined by Amaury Cordeel who makes the switch from Van Amersfoort Racing.
Clement Novalak will switch to Trident for 2023, having spent the previous campaign with title winners MP Motorsport. Roman Stanek will partner him, graduating to F2 after racing for the squad in F3 last year.
Ralph Boschung will stick with Campos Racing, as he enters his sixth season in the category. He will be partnered by F2 rookie Kush Maini, who spent 2022 racing in F3.
The rebranded PHM Racing by Charouz team has confirmed that Roy Nissany and Brad Benavides will race for it next year.
Richard Verschoor, a winner in 2022 with Trident, has moved across to join compatriots Van Amersfoot Racing, where he will link up with Juan Manuel Correa.
Correa raced in the championship in 2019 until suffering life-changing injuries in an accident at Spa-Francorchamps.
See the full 2023 Formula 2 driver line-up below.
|ART Grand Prix||5|
|Hitech Grand Prix||9|
|PHM Racing by Charouz||16|
|Van Amersfoort Racing||22|
Juan Manuel Correa