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Formula 1 announces calendar for 2023 season - GEPA pictures / Red Bull Content Pool
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The 2021 season, consisting of 22 races, was completed with the championship of Red Bull Racing-Honda driver Max Verstappen. In the 2022 season, there was a 22-race calendar. Formula 1 has decided to increase the number of races for the 2023 season.
In 2023, which will be the season with the most races in Formula 1 history, drivers will compete on 24 different tracks. The season will start in Bahrain on March 5, 2023 and will end in Abu Dhabi on November 26, 2023. China and Qatar are back on the calendar.
In the 2023 season, the summer break will be in August. The Belgium (Spa) race has been moved to the end of July, followed by a summer break. The second part of the season will start with the Netherlands (Zandvoort) and Italy (Monza) races that will be held consecutively.
Pre-season testing will be held at Bahrain International Circuit for three days from February 23 to 25, 2023.
2023 FIA Formula One World Championship calendar
March 5, Bahrain, Sakhir
March 19, Saudi Arabia, Jeddah
April 2, Australia, Melbourne
April 16, China, Shanghai
April 30, Azerbaijan, Baku
May 7, Miami, Miami
May 21, Emilia Romagna, Imola
May 28, Monaco, Monaco
June 4, Spain, Barcelona
June 18, Canada, Montreal
July 2, Austria, Spielberg
July 9, United Kingdom, Silverstone
July 23, Hungary, Budapest
July 30, Belgium, Spa
August 27, Netherlands, Zandvoort
September 3, Italy, Monza
September 17, Singapore, Singapore
September 24, Japan, Suzuka
October 8, Qatar, Losail
October 22, USA, Austin
October 29, Mexico City, Mexico City
November 5, Brazil, Sao Paulo
November 18, Las Vegas, Las Vegas
November 26, Abu Dhabi, Yas Marina