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Revision as of 08:35, 7 November 2019

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2023 Formula 2 (ShaneEyoho Universe) season
Previous: 2022 Next: 2024

The following is what happened in Formula 1 in the ShaneEyoho Universe in 2023.

Formula 1

Drivers Champion Constructors Champion
TBA TBA

The 2023 FIA Formula One World Championship is a motor racing championship for Formula One cars it is the 74th running of the Formula One World Championship. The championship is recognised by the governing body of international motorsport, the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA), as the highest class of competition for open-wheel racing cars. The championship is contested over a series of Grands Prix with drivers and teams competing for the titles of World Drivers' Champion and World Constructors' Champion respectively.

The following teams and drivers will participate in this season.

Entrant Constructor Car Number Driver name Rounds
Flag of Switzerland svg.png Alfa Romeo Motor Union Alfa Romeo-Ferrari 9 Flag of Germany svg.png Mick Schumacher All
99 Flag of Italy svg.png Antonio Giovinazzi All
Flag of Italy svg.png Scuderia Alpha Tauri Alpha Tauri-Aston Martin 10 Flag of France svg.png Pierre Gasly All
23 Flag of Thailand svg.png Alexander Albon All
Flag of Italy svg.png Mission Winnow Scuderia Ferrari Ferrari 16 Flag of Monaco svg.png Charles Leclerc All
32 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Kyle Macleod All
Flag of the United States svg.png Shell Fuel Haas Motorsport Haas-Renault 20 Flag of Denmark svg.png Kevin Magnussen All
24 Flag of the Netherlands svg.png Nyck de Vries All
Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Virgin McLaren Mercedes McLaren-Mercedes 22 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Josh Beardmore All
55 Flag of Spain svg.png Carlos Sainz Jr All
Flag of Germany svg.png Mercedes AMG Petronas GP Mercedes 33 Flag of the Netherlands svg.png Max Verstappen All
44 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Lewis Hamilton All
Flag of Canada svg.png Toyota Racing Point F1 Team Racing Point-Honda 18 Flag of Canada svg.png Lance Stroll All
40 Flag of Canada svg.png Nicholas Latifi All
Flag of Austria svg.png Aston Martin Red Bull Racing Red Bull-Aston Martin 5 Flag of Germany svg.png Sebastian Vettel All
19 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Shane Wray All
Flag of France svg.png Renault Sport F1 Racing Renault 3 Flag of Australia svg.png Daniel Ricciardo All
31 Flag of France svg.png Esteban Ocon All
Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png ROKiT Williams Racing Williams-Mercedes 30 Flag of Brazil svg.png Sergio Sette Camara All
63 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png George Russell All

Driver and Team Changes

This year marked the first major regulation change in the universe with several teams acquiring new sponsors and new identities for this "New era".

Williams remained with Mercedes as their deal doesn't end until 2025.

Racing Point was bought out by Toyota however the Japanese car makers didn't bring in their own engines for this season so they made a deal with fellow Japanese car makers Honda, also the team raced with a Canadian license due to Laurence Stroll (Lance Stroll's dad) still owning the team.

Toro Rosso left the Red Bull programme and became Scuderia Alpha Tauri this becoming fully independent.

Virgin returned to the series as a title sponsor for McLaren who also changed back to Mercedes engines following Richard Branson buying shares in the team.

Following a disappointing year with Honda in 2022, Haas changed engine suppliers and signed with Renault.

Aston Martin became an official constructor this season for Red Bull.

Several driver transfers happened this season.

New Regulations

- Every team was given a "budget" when making their cars for this season as the FIA said "It would encourage closer racing" the FIA also introduced a harder version of the current material used to make F1 cars more resistant to damage, they also made ERS (Energy Recovery System) automatic to allow more attention to be put on driver skill.

- A new penalty system was decided following the FIA's decision that time penalties are somewhat redundant in this new era of F1 as a car could easily escape a time penalty if they were fast enough meaning no consequences were given, to make up for this they installed a "grid drop" system which would see a driver drop a certain amount of places from where they finished depending on how serious the incident would be. The grid drop system would also be used for illegal blocking.

- The pit for repairs flag (a black flag with an orange disc) returned as part of the new regulations, when this is waved it means that a driver should pit for repairs immediately as race control have said said driver wouldn't be able to continue with the damage of the car, if this was a crash/incident with another car then the other car (if they have a red front wing on the Race control monitors) needs to also pit as a consequence for causing the collision.

- For the first time since the mid 2000s the possibility of being excluded from the championship returned following a debate on the subject to make competition between drivers fair, the Jerez race of 1997 was brought up as topic of the debate and from there the FIA decided should anything like that happen (if a driver takes someone out on purpose) the driver that caused the crash would be excluded from the Drivers Championship however the team/constructor that the driver raced for would still get the points.

- For the first time ever in F1 the pit lane would be closed during a full safety car as some teams saw the safety car pitstops as "a free pit stop" with that being said the FIA introduced a rule where you can only put under a safety car on the lap it goes into the pits itself, if someone were to pit under a full safety car for any reason then a penalty would be given out, it would be a time penalty and would also be the time of the pit lane (eg: 23 seconds) The Virtual Safety Car/Full course yellow periods were not included in these rules and you can still pit under a VSC/Full course yellow.

Calendar and Results

During the regulations talk in Winter 2022, it was announced that the Mexican Grand Prix would remain on the calendar, though it would be renamed to the "Mexico City Grand Prix."

Round Race Pole position Fastest lap Winning driver Winning constructor
1 Flag of Bahrain svg.png Bahrain Grand Prix
2 Flag of Australia svg.png Australian Grand Prix
3 Flag of Canada svg.png Canadian Grand Prix
4 Flag of the United States svg.png United States Grand Prix
5 Flag of France svg.png French Grand Prix
6 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png British Grand Prix
7 Flag of Germany svg.png German Grand Prix
8 Flag of Austria svg.png Austrian Grand Prix
9 Flag of Hungary svg.png Hungarian Grand Prix
10 Flag of Belgium svg.png Belgian Grand Prix
11 Flag of Italy svg.png Italian Grand Prix
12 Flag of Mexico svg.png Mexico City Grand Prix
13 Flag of Brazil svg.png Brazilian Grand Prix
14 Flag of China svg.png Chinese Grand Prix
15 Flag of Singapore svg.png Singapore Grand Prix

Points System

The points system was remade for the first time since 2010. The driver who got Fastest Lap was now given 2 points however the bonus points still only applied for the Top 10. Pole position was given 1 point due to the competitiveness of the cars.

Position  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   8th   9th   10th   FL   Pole 
Points 20 15 12 10 8 6 4 3 2 1 2 1

Drivers Championship

Pos Driver BHR
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AUS
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CAN
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USA
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FRA
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GBR
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GER
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AUT
Flag of Austria svg.png
HUN
Flag of Hungary svg.png
BEL
Flag of Belgium svg.png
ITA
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MEX
Flag of Mexico svg.png
BRA
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CHN
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SGP
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Pts

Constructors Championship

Pos Constructor BHR
Flag of Bahrain svg.png
AUS
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CAN
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USA
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FRA
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GBR
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GER
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AUT
Flag of Austria svg.png
HUN
Flag of Hungary svg.png
BEL
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ITA
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MEX
Flag of Mexico svg.png
BRA
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CHN
Flag of China svg.png
SGP
Flag of Singapore svg.png
Pts