“F1 is progressing positively and there is good management”

“F1 is progressing positively and there is good management”

Sand announced the official Formula 1 calendar for 2023, with 24 tracks. A new record.

After considering the exit of Grands Prix such as Monaco, Belgium and France, only the latter has been left out and entry is given to Qatar and Las Vegas. Monaco was able to renew his contract until 2025 and Belgium will have to continue to negotiate its future.

The Monaco Grand Prix has always had special considerations and it has become an example that few, if any, have been able to replicate. This complicated the negotiations which, fortunately, were successful. We will have to see if the AMonaco Auto Club it managed to maintain the special rate, the concession to have its own live cameras and the coexistence of static advertising.

With the pandemic waning, China and Japan return to the calendar, after two years of absence. Guanyu-Zhou I can race home and Honda will celebrate big.

Italy have two dates United States three and there will be four in Middle East. Influence, growing interest in Formula 1 and abundance of resources the main factors.

This time, after the Belgian GP, ​​the summer break will start and resume in the Netherlands.

Formula 1 and the FIA ​​have respected the date of the 24 hours of Le Mans.

The highest category is progressing positively and there is good management. All good news.



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