The FIA have updated their Sporting Regulations and added a 6.5% increase (the US Consumer Price Index) to the entry fee required from each team next season.
So, based on every team's final points tally following the F1 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, the invoices stand at...
Red Bull - $7,445,817
Mercedes - $3,347,012
Ferrari - $3,327,287
McLaren - $2,643,747
Aston Martin - $2,498,837
Alpine - $1,446,837
Williams - $841,937
AlphaTauri - $822,212
Alfa Romeo - $763,037
Haas - $736,737
Red Bull driver Max Verstappen broke several records 2023
Here are all of them.
Wins: 19 (from 22 races)
Best win percentage: 86.36% (breaking Alberto Ascari’s record that stood since 1952)
Most consecutive wins: 10
Podiums: 21 (out of 22)
Points: 575 (out of 620 - 92.7% of possible points)
Laps led: 1003 (out of 1383)
Points gap to P2: 290 points
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Max Verstappen capped off a record-breaking, championship winning 2023 F1 season in style with victory in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Having fended off a first-lap attack from Charles Leclerc’s Ferrari, the result was never in doubt for Verstappen.
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Brazilian F1 Grand Prix, San Paulo 5 November 2023
1) Verstappen Redbull
2) Norris McLaren
3) Alonso Aston Martin
4) Perez Redbull
5) Stroll Aston Martin
6) Sainz Ferrari
7) Gasly Alpine
8) Hamilton Mercedes
9) Tsunoda Alpha Tauri
10) Ocon Alpine
Max Verstappen won the Sprint at the Sao Paulo Grand Prix, beating pole-sitter Lando Norris off the line and cruising to victory.
Perez cleared Russell for third place on lap 10 out of 24 — having twice swapped places two laps earlier — and never looked in danger after that, securing his first top three in any race since Monza in September.
Russell settled in to secure fourth, behind him Hamilton.
Leclerc took fifth with four laps to go.
Lando Norris made amends for a frustrating qualifying at the F1 Sao Paulo Grand Prix by taking pole position for Saturday’s sprint race in Brazil.
Norris pipped Max Verstappen by 0.061s, while Sergio Perez improved on a disappointing Friday qualifying to take third, just 0.134s off Norris’ benchmark.
Max Verstappen beat Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc to claim pole position for the F1 Sao Paulo Grand Prix before a storm hit qualifying.
The reigning world champion posted a lap 0.294s quicker than Leclerc.
Lance Stroll claimed a brilliant third place for Aston Martin, ahead of teammate Fernando Alonso, who sealed a second row lock-out.
Lewis Hamilton was over seven-tenths off the pace in fifth, ahead of Mercedes teammate George Russell.
Carlos Sainz led a Ferrari 1-2 in the only practice session for the F1 Sao Paulo Grand Prix.
Sainz edging out teammate Leclerc by just 0.108s to set the pace in a vital hour of practice.
Mercedes driver Russell was third-fastest on medium tires, just 0.133s off the pace.
Hulkenberg, running the soft tire, took fourth
Alex Albon also used softs to finish fifth for Williams, ahead of Aston Martin’s Lance Stroll and Alpine’s Pierre Gasly.
Max Verstappen wins the Mexico City Grand Prix!
The Red Bull driver collects a record 16th victory of the 2023 season!
He's been so, so good this year and he was so, so good today. Never troubled, a racer's instinct at the start and it is another win to add to his growing tally. Hamilton comes home second and grabbed the bonus point for fastest lap, and Leclerc was third.
Sainz was fourth, Norris a brilliant fifth and Russell sixth.
Ricciardo was a superb seventh.
Big motorsport weekend before the #Baja1000 in Mexico and what a clusterphuk for Sergio Perez !
The home-crowd favorite collided with the polesitter Charles Leclerc.
Checo had to retire.
Race control have noted Charles Leclerc for driving in an unsafe condition.
And the guy that wants Checo's seat, Daniel Ricciardo, in 6th place with the AlphaTauri
Still 11 laps to go!
Charles Leclerc takes pole position for the Mexico City Grand Prix!
It's a Ferrari front-row lock-out as Carlos Sainz joins his team-mate by finishing second in Q3.
1. Charles Leclerc (Ferrari)
2. Carlos Sainz (Ferrari)
3. Max Verstappen (Red Bull)
4. Daniel Ricciardo (Alpha Tauri)
5. Sergio Perez (red Bull)
6. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
7. Oscar Piastri (McLaren)
8. George Russell (Mercedes)
9. Valtteri Bottas (Alfa Romeo)
10. Zhou Guanyu (Alfa Romeo)
Max Verstappen completes practice sweep, flying Alex Albon splits Red Bulls.
Red Bull must be wishing they still had Alex Albon in their F1 driver pool amid Sergio Perez’s struggles.
Williams driver Alex Albon impressed with second place to Red Bull’s Max Verstappen in final practice at the Mexico City Grand Prix.
Perez has found himself under increasing pressure to hold onto his Red Bull F1 seat despite holding a contract for the 2024 season due to his underwhelming performances this year.
Red Bull’s Max Verstappen headed a jumbled order to complete a practice double on Friday at the F1 Mexico City Grand Prix.
Catch up with all the action from FP2 at the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez!
The three-time world champion was 0.119s quicker than McLaren’s in-form Lando Norris during the soft tire runs at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez, with Charles Leclerc 0.266 further back in his Ferrari.
The Mexico City Grand Prix did kick off with two practice sessions on Friday.
Check out the rise of the rookies, and everything that went down on track during FP1 in Mexico!
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Next stop, Mexico City. 🇲🇽
The iconic Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez is renowned for its challenging chicanes, high-altitude conditions and of course, the vibrant Foro Sol stadium filled with roaring fans, where you're sure to
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Max Verstappen pulled off an impressive fightback victory at the United States Grand Prix to claim his 50th F1 win ahead of a charging Lewis Hamilton.
The 3-time world champion started sixth but moved into the lead by Lap 28 + was able to hold off former title rival Hamilton, who was running on an offset strategy, to score his 15th win in 18 races this season
1. Max Verstappen (Red Bull)
2. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
3. Lando Norris (McLaren)
4. Carlos Sainz (Ferrari)
5. Sergio Perez (Red Bull)
Max Verstappen beat his former F1 title rival Lewis Hamilton to win Saturday’s sprint race at the F1 United States Grand Prix.
The newly-crowned three-time world champion led all 19 laps at the Circuit of the Americas on his way to picking up his third sprint victory out of the five to be staged in 2023.
Charles Leclerc claimed his third pole position of the F1 2023 season.
Leclerc produced two laps good enough for pole but was briefly usurped by Verstappen in a thrilling end to Friday qualifying, only for the newly-crowned world champion to have his best lap deleted for running wide at Turn 19.
McLaren’s Lando Norris turned in a stunning late lap to pip fellow Briton Lewis Hamilton to the front of the grid.
Carlos Sainz was fourth ahead of Mercedes’ George Russell
Max Verstappen set the pace in a competitive first and only practice session at the F1 United States Grand Prix.
The newly-crowned three-time world champion, who has won the past two races at the Circuit of the Americas, finished just 0.156s clear of Charles Leclerc’s Ferrari.
Lewis Hamilton was third-quickest and got within 0.281s of Verstappen’s benchmark in his upgraded Mercedes, which is sporting a modified floor for the Austin weekend.