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F1 2023

F1 2023 drivers' weights and heights

Who is the tallest F1 driver? And which F1 driver weighs the least? The heights and weights of all drivers on the 2023 F1 grid are listed below.

F1 2022 Drivers end of year photograph Leclerc Russell Sainz Verstappen
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What is the height of an F1 driver?

F1 is all about details and even the size of a driver can affect how a car performs. In 2023, there's a big difference between the tallest and shortest drivers on the grid, with heights ranging from 1.86 to 1.59 metres.

How much does an F1 driver weigh?

Weight is also a very important factor in F1, with today's drivers all required to keep an eye on the scales. Intense training throughout the season is part and parcel of the job to ensure no loss in performance.

How tall are Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen?

Lewis Hamilton is one of the shortest drivers on the 2023 F1 grid, coming in at 1.74m.

Meanwhile, Max Verstappen is one of the tallest at 1.81m. Their weights are closely matched, however, with Hamilton weighing 73kg and Verstappen 72kg.

Below is a complete list of the height and weight of each F1 driver in 2023.

Height and weight of 2023 F1 drivers

Driver Height Weight
Esteban Ocon 1.86m 66kg
Alex Albon 1.86m 74kg
George Russell 1.85m 70kg
Nico Hulkenberg 1.84m 78kg
Lance Stroll 1.82m 70kg
Max Verstappen 1.81m 72kg
Logan Sargeant 1.81m 71kg
Charles Leclerc 1.80m 69kg
Oscar Piastri 1.78m 68kg
Carlos Sainz 1.78m 64kg
Pierre Gasly 1.77m 70kg
Kevin Magnussen 1.74m 73kg
Zhou Guanyu 1.75m 63kg
Lewis Hamilton 1.74m 73kg
Sergio Perez 1.73m 63kg
Valtteri Bottas 1.73m 69kg
Fernando Alonso 1.71m 68kg
Lando Norris 1.70m 68kg
Nyck de Vries 1.68m 58kg
Yuki Tsunoda 1.59m 54kg


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