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Almost a third of the 2023 F1 calendar consists of street circuits

Almost a third of the 2023 F1 calendar consists of street circuits

22 January - 17:31 Last update: 19:50
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The Formula 1 calendar in 2023 has no fewer than seven Grand Prix weekends to be held on a street circuit: almost a third of the entire calendar, in other words. A lot of street circuits have been added over the years. We give you an overview.

Between 1996 and 2007, Formula 1 had only two street circuits, those of Monaco and Australia. From 2008, Singapore was then invariably added, and from 2008 to 2012 the Valencia Street Circuit was raced on under the banner of the European Grand Prix.

Since 2016, Formula 1 has also visited Baku every year. In 2021, the Saudi Arabia Grand Prix entered the calendar for the first time, and a year later it was driven through the streets of Miami for the first time. In 2023, we have another newcomer: the Las Vegas GP.

The street circuits on which Formula 1 will race in 2023:
- Jeddah Corniche Circuit (Saudi Arabia)
- Albert Park (Australia)
- Baku City Circuit (Azerbaijan)
- Miami International Autodrome
- Monaco
- Marina Bay Street Circuit (Singapore)
- Las Vegas Street Circuit

Street circuits in Formula 1

 
 
 
 
 
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