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2023 F1 calendar

The 2023 F1 calendar was announced by the FIA on September 20th, 2022.

The 2023 grand prix schedule was originally scheduled to include a record-breaking 24 races. However two rounds were cancelled, reducing the total to 22, the same number held in the previous two seasons.

Changes from 2022 to 2023

One race which took place in 2022 did not return the following year. This was the French Grand Prix at Paul Ricard, whose contract was not renewed. Doubt was also cast over the futures of the races in Monaco and Belgium, but both returned, though the latter only earned a one-year extension for 2023.

The addition of three events not on the 2022 schedule initially swelled the calendar to its record 24 rounds. However the first of these, the Chinese Grand Prix, which was originally slated for an April return, was cancelled in December due to ongoing concerns over the Covid-19 pandemic. The following month F1 confirmed the race would not be replaced.

Another race was cancelled after the season began. The Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix was called off just two days before practice was due to begin at the Imola circuit due to severe flooding in the area which caused the nearby Santerno river to burst its banks.

Among the additions to the calendar was the return of the Qatar Grand Prix, which first took place in 2021. Its absence from the 2022 schedule was due to the FIFA football World Cup taking place in the country that year.

F1 also added a return to Las Vegas for the first time since the eighties, but at a new circuit instead of the unloved temporary Caesar’s Palace track used in 1981 and 1982. The new venue for the race is the Las Vegas Strip Circuit, which incorporates part of the city’s famous stretch running past a series of casinos and other attractions.

In the third year after introducing its sprint race format, F1 increased the number of events which featured the extra Saturday races. The Azerbaijan, Austrian, Belgian, Qatar, United States and Brazilian grands prix were also chosen as sprint weekends.

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2023 Formula 1 calendar

1Bahrain Grand PrixBahrain International CircuitMar 3-5Forum
2Saudi Arabian Grand PrixJeddah Corniche CircuitMar 17-19Forum
3Australian Grand PrixAlbert ParkMar 31-Apr 2Forum
4Azerbaijan Grand PrixBaku City CircuitApr 28-30Forum
5Miami Grand PrixMiami International AutodromeMay 5-7Forum
6Monaco Grand PrixMonacoMay 26-28Forum
7Spanish Grand PrixCircuit de CatalunyaJun 2-4Forum
8Canadian Grand PrixCircuit Gilles VilleneuveJun 16-18Forum
9Austrian Grand PrixRed Bull RingJun 30-Jul 2Forum
10British Grand PrixSilverstoneJul 7-9Forum
11Hungarian Grand PrixHungaroringJul 21-23Forum
12Belgian Grand PrixSpa-FrancorchampsJul 28-30Forum
13Dutch Grand PrixZandvoortAug 25-27Forum
14Italian Grand PrixMonzaSep 1-3Forum
15Singapore Grand PrixSingaporeSep 15-17Forum
16Japanese Grand PrixSuzukaSep 22-24Forum
17Qatar Grand PrixLosail International CircuitOct 6-8Forum
18United States Grand PrixCircuit of the AmericasOct 20-22Forum
19Mexican Grand PrixAutodromo Hermanos RodriguezOct 27-29Forum
20Brazilian Grand PrixInterlagosNov 3-5Forum
21Las Vegas Grand PrixLas Vegas Street CircuitNov 16-18Forum
22Abu Dhabi Grand PrixYas MarinaNov 24-26Forum

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