With a lot of manufactures joiningthe top class of the 24h of Le Mans in 2023 there are a lot of drivers needed.
Newest story: Yi Yefei is considered as driver for the Porsche LMDh effort.
So let's have a look what's likely:
Sébastien Ogier is very much considered for Toyota and also Ryo Hirakawa had some tests. Current drivers: Kamui Kobayashi, Kazuki Nakajima, Sébastien Buemi, Brendon Hartley, Mike Conway, José María López
Kevin Magnussen, Jean-Eric Vergne and Gustavo Menezes in the first and Paul di Resta, Mikkel Jensen, Loic Duval confirmed in the second Hypercar for 2022 and I think all six drivers are very likely staying for 2023.
No drivers confirmed but I think Ferrari will have some of its GTE Pro drivers like James Calado, Sam Bird and Daniel Serra in the Hypercar. And I could also imagine to have some old F1 drivers like Kimi Räikkönen or Antonio Giovinazzi in it. And some junior like Callum Ilott as well.
Wayne Taylor Racing and Michael Shank Racing are likely to field at least one car each. Ricky Taylor and Filipe Albuquerque are likely to join WTR.
Ganassi and Action Express will field at least one car. Sébastien Bourdais, Earl Bamber and Renger van der Zande are likely to drive for Ganassi.
No drivers confirmed so far. But could be drivers like Timo Glock and Marco Wittmann - drivers from the BMW roaster.
Felipe Nasr and Dane Cameron are likely to drive one of the Penske entered Porsche LMDh. Also Yi Yefei is consideres as drivers as are Porsche drivers like André Lotterer and Pascal Wehrlein as are Penske drivers like Will Power and Josef Newgarden.
Nico Müller and René Rast are confirmed with Robin Frijns likely to join. Kelvin van der Linde and Dries Vanthoor are also heavily linked to the programme.
Not sure if Glickenhaus and ByKolles will field an entry.