Las Vegas, China and Qatar all feature as F1 unveils 2023 calendar

September 20, 2022

by Alex Johnston

The FIA has today confirmed the 2023 calendar. The calendar will again be record breaking, featuring 24 races including newcomers Qatar and Las Vegas and the return of the Chinese Grand Prix.

The new traditional start to the season sees the series begin in Bahrain in early March, before moving onto Jeddah in Saudi Arabia and then the Austria Grand Prix at Albert Park.

Teams and drivers then head for Shanghai, China in mid-April for the first time since the 1000th Grand Prix in 2019 and then to Baku for the Azerbaijan Grand Prix, a new fan favourite circuit.

Following Baku is the Miami Grand Prix in May, which will host it's second race before the series heads back for Europe with an Imola, Monaco and Barcelona triple header.

A foray back to North America follows, with the Canadian Grand Prix in the middle of June.

Following Canada is a trip to the Red Bull Ring in Austria before a double header is complete in Silverstone.

Hungary follows two weeks later, with the Belgian Grand Prix rounding out the first half of the season at Spa.

Upon the return from the summer break at the end of July, F1 heads for Zandvoort, Netherlands before a trip to Monza.

There is a two week break from there to accommodate travel between Italy and Singapore before a quick back to back is competed at Suzuka, followed by the debut of the Losail Circuit, Qatar.

Two more weeks break follow before heading to Austin at COTA followed by the Mexican GP.

The last three races are scheduled for Brazil, before heading back to the US for the Las Vegas GP before the season ends in Abu Dhabi at the Yas Marina circuit. 

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