In Imola on May 21

“We are delighted to announce the 2023 calendar with twenty-four races around the world. Formula 1 has received unprecedented requests to host races and it is important to find the right balance for the entire sport. We are very pleased with the momentum that F1 is experiencing. It is great news for our fans that we will be able to bring a mix of New and exciting locations like Las Vegas.” Like him Stefano DomenicaliCEO of Formula 1, comments on the calendar for the 2023 World Championship.

Formula 1, news of 2023

The twenty-four races are unprecedented in Formula 1: The next one will in fact be the World Championship with the largest number of Grand Prix races ever. All of this, however, should be netted for the Chinese Grand Prix on March 16, 2023. Due to the absence of anti-Covid virus policies in the Chinese state, the Grand Prix will likely undergo changes or even be cancelled.

The latest in the new calendar is the FIA’s attempt to rationalize travel around the world, given the rising cost of travel.

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Formula 1, the 2023 World Championship calendar

a Imola It will take place on May 21, while in Monza on September 3. Below is the full calendar for the 2023 World Cup.

March 5

GP Bahrain

March 19

Saudi Arabia Award

April 2

GP Australia

April 16

Chinese Grand Prix

April 30

GP Azerbaijan

7 Magu

GP Miami

21 Magu

GP Emilia Romagna

28 Magu

GP Monaco

June 4

GP Spain

June 18

GP Canada

2nd of July

GP Austria

July 9

Great Britain

July 23

GP Hungary

July 30

Belgium Grand Prix

August 27

Grand Prix in the Netherlands

September 3

GP Italy

September 17

GP Singapore

September 24

JB Japon

October 8

GP Qatar

October 22


October 29

GP Mexico

November 5

GP Brazil

November 18

Las Vegas Grand Prix

November 26

GP Abu Dhabi