2023 F1 calendar
|Bahrain Grand Prix||Sakhir||5th Mar.|
|Saudi Arabian Grand Prix||Jeddah||19th Mar.|
|Australian Grand Prix||Albert Park||2nd Apr.|
|Azerbaijan Grand Prix||Baku City||30th Apr.|
|Miami Grand Prix||Miami||7th May|
|Emilia Romagna Grand Prix||Imola||21st May|
|Monaco Grand Prix||Monaco||28th May|
|Spanish Grand Prix||Barcelona||4th Jun.|
|Canadian Grand Prix||Montreal||18th Jun.|
|Austrian Grand Prix||Red Bull Ring||2nd Jul.|
|British Grand Prix||Silverstone||9th Jul.|
|Hungarian Grand Prix||Hungaroring||23rd Jul.|
|Belgian Grand Prix||Spa-Francorchamps||30th Jul.|
|Dutch Grand Prix||Zandvoort||27th Aug.|
|Italian Grand Prix||Monza||3rd Sep.|
|Singapore Grand Prix||Marina Bay||17th Sep.|
|Japanese Grand Prix||Suzuka||24th Sep.|
|Qatar Grand Prix||Losail||8th Oct.|
|United States Grand Prix||Americas||22nd Oct.|
|Mexican Grand Prix||Hermanos Rodríguez||29th Oct.|
|Sao Paulo Grand Prix||Interlagos||5th Nov.|
|Las Vegas Grand Prix||Las Vegas||18th Nov.|
|Abu Dhabi Grand Prix||Yas Marina||26th Nov.|
2023 Chinese Grand Prix cancelled
2023 F1 calendar – Updated 13:35 2nd December: For the third year running Formula 1 has had to ammend its calendar due to Covid-19 restrictions, after the series confirmed that the 2023 Chinese Grand Prix, scheduled to take place in April, will no longer take place.
The country is still grappling with waves of the virus, and continuing restrictions have meant the race will not take place. No decision has been announced on whether a new race will be brought in to replace the lost round, which currently leaves a four-week gap in the calendar. If no replacement is found it will leave Formula 1 with a 23-race calendar, still the longest in the history of the sport.
In a statement announcing the cancellation F1 said: “Formula 1 can confirm, following dialogue with the promoter and relevant authorities, that the 2023 Chinese Grand Prix will not take place due to the ongoing difficulties presented by the COVID-19 situation.
“Formula 1 is assessing alternative options to replace the slot on the 2023 calendar and will provide an update on this in due course.”
2023 F1 calendar – Singapore GP track changes
Updated: Wednesday 19th October 2022 at 09:45. The track for the 2023 Singapore Grand Prix has been revealed, with a change to the layout removing the entire marina-front setting and cutting 20 seconds from the lap time.
With construction work going ahead along the marina, where the cars currently drive in front of a grandstand before driving under fans through a fiddly double chicane section.
This was most famously the area in which Nelson Piquet Jr. deliberately crashed to help Fernando Alonso win the 2008 grand prix.
Rather than the current section, in which cars can only really run in single file through a series of 90-degree corners, there will now be a very long, flat out section including a near 400m straight before the final chicane.
The lap will now be shorter, thus reducing the length of the race by two laps from 63 to 61, subject to formal FIA approval.
The organisers expect the layout to revert to the standard from 2024.
2023 F1 calendar – Six F1 sprint races
Updated: Thursday 29th September 2022 at 12:15. F1 will hold six different sprint races in 2023, double the number held this season.The format was introduced in 2021 at the British Grand Prix and two more were held that season, at Monza and Interlagos. This season will also have a total of three Sprint races, two have been held, at the Red Bull Ring and Imola, and the final one will follow again at Interlagos.
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|2023 F1 Car Launches|
|Red Bull||RB19||03 February|
|Alfa Romeo||C43||07 February|
|Aston Martin||AMR23||13 February|