The 2022 F1 season might only just have come to an end but attention has already turned to 2023 following confirmation of who will take the final seat on the grid.
Williams have officially announced that Logan Sargeant will become Alex Albon's teammate next season, with the rookie making the step up from Formula 2.
Sargeant has secured the last available spot in the field, meaning that the complete 2023 line-up is now clear.
The American joins McLaren's Oscar Piastri and AlphaTauri's Nyck de Vries as making their full-time F1 debut in the year ahead, while veteran Nico Hulkenberg returns to partner Kevin Magnussen at Haas.
Elsewhere, Fernando Alonso replaces Sebastian Vettel at Aston Martin following the German's retirement, and Pierre Gasly fills Alonso's vacant spot at Alpine.
Who will be driving where? Check out the F1 2023 grid in full below.
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