2023 Formula 1 calendar: the historic record that has been set | It will start in Bahrain and end in Abu Dhabi
Formula 1 has presented its calendar for 2023approved by the World Motor Counciland set an all-time record: with 24 races, it will be the season with the most events in history. One by one, what will the Grands Prix be and when will they be played.
The Formula 1 World Championship of International Automobile Federation (FIA) It is the most popular and prestigious motorsport competition in the world. In 2023, for the first time since its creation in 1950, there will be 24 races in the year.
2023 Formula 1 calendar: Shanghai returns and Las Vegas joins
Some of the biggest new additions to the Formula 1 calendar for 2023 are the return of Shanghaiafter the coronavirus pandemic, the appearance of Vegas and the absences from France and Russiawhich was canceled following the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
In the city of sin, where it will take place from November 16 to 18, there will be a layout of the streets and the race will be at night. The track will have 14 bends and a long straight where cars can reach 330 km/h.
“It’s an incredible moment for Formula 1, which shows the huge appeal and growth of our sport with a third race in the United States. Las Vegas is a destination known the world over for its excitement, hospitality… There’s no better place for F1 to hold a race than in the entertainment capital of the world and we can’t wait to be here the next year.” Stefano DomenicaliF1 CEO.
F1 2023 calendar: when and where it starts and ends
From start to finish, there will be 266 days of activity, with a break between July 31 and August 25 between general practitioners in Belgium—Spa-Francorchamps— y The Netherlands —Zandvoort—. The start will take place in Sakhir, Bahrain, from March 3 to 5, while the closing will take place in Yas Marina, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.
“The addition of new sites and the maintenance of traditional events underline the good management of the International Automobile Federation in this sport. I am delighted that we can bring the new era of Formula 1 to a wider fanbase in 2023.” Mohammad Ben SulayemFIA President.
France leaves, but Monza, Silverstone and Imola stay
Amid the advance of Arab and Asian destinations, historical places such as Silverstone, UK, the oldest of them all, Monza and Emilia Romana, both in Italy. It will also work in Monaco, the shortest circuitand in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The other city in the Americas that will host F1 is Mexico Citybetween October 27 and 29.
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