F1 Calendar 2023 Confirmed

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Check out the confirmed Formula 1 calendar for 2023

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

With the new Las Vegas Grand Prix being added a week before the season finale, the 2023 season will begin with the Bahrain Grand Prix on March 5 and end in Abu Dhabi on November 26.

After a three-year hiatus, the Chinese Grand Prix was scheduled to return. However, the current Covid-19 crisis has made holding the race impossible.

While the future of Monaco and Spa is uncertain, Qatar returns after making its debut in 2021.

As part of the World Motorsport Council’s initiative to optimise all world championship racing calendars, the 2023 Formula One schedule will not conflict with the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

F1 Schedule

Do you need more details about F1 race schedules? The schedules for practise, sprint races, qualifiers, and the actual race can be found here. Formula One Grands Prix 2023 start times are listed.

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