the 2023 calendar almost complete


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It was the will of Stefano Domenicali, it is now recorded. The Formula 1 president managed to increase the number of Grand Prix to 24 per season. 22 races have already been confirmed for 2023. Among them, the arrival of F1 in Las Vegas on November 18, 2023, which will be the 3rd meeting of the season in the United States, as well as the penultimate round of the championship . Also return of the Japanese Grand Prix on September 24, 2023, absent from the calendar since the start of the pandemic.

On the other hand, there will be no Grand Prix de France, for the first time since 2017. However, a return in the coming years cannot be ruled out. For the Monaco Grand Prix, no formalization has yet been made, but according to several sources, an internal agreement exists between the FIA ​​and the promoters of the Monaco Grand Prix. Regarding the Chinese Grand Prix, it should also return, if the restrictions due to the health crisis allow it. If this is not the case, he will be replaced to keep a 24-race calendar.

  • March 5: Bahrain Grand Prix
  • March 19: Saudi Arabian Grand Prix
  • April 2: Australian Grand Prix
  • April 16: Chinese Grand Prix (to be confirmed)
  • April 30: Azerbaijan Grand Prix
  • May 7: Miami Grand Prix
  • May 21: Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix
  • May 28: Monaco Grand Prix (to be confirmed)
  • June 4: Spanish Grand Prix
  • June 18: Canadian Grand Prix
  • July 2: Austrian Grand Prix
  • July 9: British Grand Prix
  • July 23: Hungarian Grand Prix
  • July 30: Belgian Grand Prix
  • August 27: Dutch Grand Prix
  • September 3: Italian Grand Prix
  • September 17: Singapore Grand Prix
  • September 24: Japanese Grand Prix
  • October 8: Qatar Grand Prix
  • October 22: United States Grand Prix
  • October 29: Mexican Grand Prix
  • November 5: Brazilian Grand Prix
  • November 18: Las Vegas Grand Prix
  • November 26: Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

In short :

The calendar for the 2023 Formula 1 season is taking shape. With 24 races, it should be the busiest F1 has ever seen. On the other hand, there will be no Grand Prix de France, for the first time since 2017. However, a return in the coming years cannot be ruled out.

Theo Marchal



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