IndyCar unveils 17-date calendar for 2023

We take the same and start again. For the calendar of the 2023 season, the IndyCar staff has definitely not racked its brains. Indeed, the program of the next campaign is identical to that of the previous one as well as the chronology of the 17 appointments on the menu.

The 2023 season will start like last year on the side of St. Petersburg (Florida) where Will Power will put his crown back into play. This time the kick-off is scheduled for March 5 and not in February as in 2022. Will follow the appointments of Fort Worth (Texas, April 2), Long Beach (California, April 16), Barber (Alabama, April 30) and the Indianapolis road (May 13).

The highlight of the calendar, the 107 edition of the Indy 500 will be held on May 28, a week before the “only change” compared to the 2022 season. Scheduled just after the flagship event, the Detroit meeting ( Michigan) is relocated from Belle Isle to downtown. So much for the only novelty.

For the rest, it’s classic with the passages by Road America (June 18), the double-header in Iowa (July 22 and 23) or even Laguna Seca (September 10) to complete the last general performance of the year.

IndyCar’s 2022 season schedule

  • St. Petersburg (Florida) – March 5 (Urban)
  • Fort Worth (Texas) – April 2 (Oval)
  • Long Beach (California) – April 16 (Urban)
  • Barber (Alabama) – April 30 (Road)
  • Indianapolis (Indiana) – May 13 (Road)
  • Indy 500 – May 28 (Oval)
  • Detroit (Michigan) – June 4 (Urban)
  • Road America (Wisconsin) – June 18 (Road)
  • Mid-Ohio (Ohio) – July 2 (Oval)
  • Toronto (Ontario, Canada) – July 16 (Urban)
  • Iowa – July 22 and 23 (Oval)
  • Nashville, Tennessee – August 6 (Urban)
  • Indianapolis, Indiana – August 12 (Road)
  • World Wide Technology Raceway (Illinois) – August 27 (Oval)
  • Portland, Oregon – September 3 (Road)
  • Laguna Seca (California) September 10 (Road)

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