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This is what the 2023 Formula 1 calendar looks like: 23 races, 1 newcomer

This is what the 2023 Formula 1 calendar looks like: 23 races, 1 newcomer

17-01-2023 12:58 Last update: 14:33
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With the announcement that the Chinese Grand Prix will definitely not be replaced, the 2023 Formula 1 calendar has officially been reduced to 23 races instead of 24. See what the calendar now looks like below.

With the elimination of the Chinese Grand Prix, a four-week gap is created in April; the longest break in the calendar together with the summer break. Otherwise, the races are one or two weeks apart each time.

Newcomer to the calendar is the Las Vegas Grand Prix, one of three races to be held in the United States. Miami and Qatar return for their second year in Formula 1. Miami was first on the calendar in 2022, Qatar a year earlier. The only other change from 2022 is that the French Grand Prix will not return.

The season will start with the Bahrain Grand Prix on 5 March and end with the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on 26 November.

The final 2023 F1 calendar

Race Country Date
1 Bahrain 5 March
2 Saudi Arabia 19 March
3 Australia 2 April
4 Azerbaijan 30 April
5 United States (Miami) 7 May
6 Italy(Imola) 21 May
7 Monaco 28 May
8 Spain 4 June
9 Canada 18 June
10 Austria 2 July
11 United Kingdom 9 July
12 Hungary 23 July
13 Belgium 30 July
14 Netherlands 27 August
15 Italy (Monza) 3 September
16 Singapore 17 September
17 Japan September 24
18 Qatar 8 October
19 United States (Austin) 22 October
20 Mexico 29 October
21 Brazil 5 November
22 United States (Las Vegas) 18 November
23 Abu Dhabi 26 November