Excitement is brewing among motorsport enthusiasts as the World Motor Sport Council has given its stamp of approval to a F1 2023 Calendar for the 2023 FIA Formula One World Championship. While the original plan included 24 races, the Chinese Grand Prix has unfortunately been cancelled.
Kicking off on March 5th with the highly anticipated Bahrain Grand Prix, the 2023 F1 season promises to be full of heart-pumping moments. Fans can look forward to the Qatar Grand Prix returning in October, F1 2023 Calendar and the penultimate round taking place on a Saturday night in Las Vegas on November 18th. The season will come to a close with the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on November 26th.
F1 2023 Pre-Season Testing and Calendar Updates
Before the exhilarating season starts, pre-season testing has been scheduled for three days from February 23rd to February 25th at the Bahrain International Circuit. Additionally, F1 2023 Calendar, the traditional summer break in August will remain.
However, there are some exciting changes in store as F1 has revealed that the Belgium Grand Prix will now be paired with Hungary as a back-to-back race at the end of July. Meanwhile, after the restart, the Dutch Grand Prix will be twinned with the Italian Grand Prix, providing a thrilling experience for fans across the globe.
F1 Schedule | F1 2023 Calendar | Date | Event | Circuit
|3-5 March||Bahrain GP||Bahrain International Circuit|
|17-19 March||Saudi Arabia GP||Jeddah Corniche Circuit|
|31 March-2 April||Australian GP||Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit|
|28-30 April||Azerbaijan GP||Baku City Circuit|
|5-7 May||Miami GP||Miami International Autodrome|
|19-21 May||Emilia Romagna GP||Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari|
|26-28 May||Monaco GP||Circuit de Monaco|
|2-4 June||Spanish GP||Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya|
|16-18 June||Canadian GP||Circuit Gilles Villeneuve|
|30 June-2 July||Austrian GP||Red Bull Ring|
|7-9 July||British GP||Silverstone Circuit|
|21-23 July||Hungarian GP||Hungaroring|
|28-30 July||Belgian GP||Spa-Francorchamps|
|25-27 August||Dutch GP||CM.com Circuit Zandvoort|
|1-3 September||Italian GP||Autodromo Nazionale Monza|
|15-17 September||Singapore GP||Marina Bay Street Circuit|
|22-24 September||Japanese GP||Suzuka Circuit|
|6-8 October||Qatar GP||Losail Circuit|
|20-22 October||United States GP||Circuit of the Americas|
|27-29 October||Mexican GP||Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez|
|3-5 November||Brazilian GP||Autódromo José Carlos Pace|
|16-18 November||Las Vegas GP||Las Vegas Street Circuit|
|24-26 November||Abu Dhabi GP||Yas Marina Circuit|
Wrapping It Up!
The 2023 FIA Formula One World Championship promises to be an electrifying season for motorsport enthusiasts worldwide, with the World Motor Sport Council approving a 23-race calendar. Although the Chinese Grand Prix has been canceled, the season’s opening race, the Bahrain Grand Prix, is set to kick off on March 5th. The return of the Qatar Grand Prix in October and the new Saturday night race in Las Vegas as the penultimate round on November 18th is sure to add to the excitement. The season will culminate with the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on November 26th, providing a thrilling conclusion to the championship.