2023 Formula 1 calendar confirmed
A record-breaking 24 races will be held during the 2023 season
The FIA has announced a record-breaking 24-race calendar for the 2023 FIA Formula 1 World Championship.
The bumper calendar will include F1's first grand prix in Las Vegas since 1982, as well as the long-awaited return of the Chinese Grand Prix, following a three-year absence. Qatar also re-joins the calendar and will host its second F1 race, having made its debut in the 2021 season.
The campaign will start on 5 March in Bahrain, which will host the opener for a third consecutive year. This will be followed by the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix on 19 March.
The Chinese Grand Prix will make its return on 16 April, holding the fourth round of the season. The fifth and sixth rounds will take place in Azerbaijan (30 April) and Miami (7 May) as part of a double-header. The Emilia Romagna (21 May), Monaco (28 May) and Spanish (4 June) grands prix will then make up a European triple-header.
F1 will briefly depart Europe and travel to Canada (18 June), before returning for the Austrian Grand Prix on 2 July. Our home grand prix at Silverstone is scheduled for 9 July. The Hungarian Grand Prix (23 July) and Belgian Grand Prix (30 July) will complete the first half of the season before the summer break.
The campaign will resume on 27 August with a double-header in the Netherlands and Italy, the final European races of the season. We will then travel to Asia for the Singapore Grand Prix (17 September) and the Japanese Grand Prix (24 September).
The Qatar Grand Prix will take place on 8 October, ahead of another triple header, with the US Grand Prix (22 October), followed by the Mexican Grand Prix (29 October) and the Brazilian Grand Prix (5 November).
F1's first Saturday night race since 1985 will mark the return of F1 to Las Vegas. The street race will be the penultimate round of the season, taking place on 18 November, before the now-traditional season finale in Abu Dhabi on 26 November.
The 2023 FIA Formula 1 World Championship is as follows:
|19 March||Saudi Arabia||Jeddah|
|21 May||Emilia Romagna||Imola|
|9 July||United Kingdom||Silverstone|
|29 October||Mexico||Mexico City|
|5 November||Brazil||Sao Paulo|
|18 November||Las Vegas||Las Vegas|
|26 November||Abu Dhabi||Abu Dhabi|
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