2023 Formula 1 calendar announced: three new grands prix

The 2023 calendar will feature 24 races (Image: Reuters)

of the calendar Formula 1 2023 will be made up of 24 races, as approved this Tuesday by electronic vote by members of the International Automobile Federation’s (FIA) Motor Council. This was announced by the agency, and added Las Vegas Grand Prix In the final round of the three-event tournament AmericaSince it was added to that Miami (Florida) and Austin (Texas).

Bahrain GP It will open the championship on March 5 Monaco, on May 28, is on the calendar. For its part, the date in Spain has changed and will run on June 4. The Abu Dhabi GP will take up its usual place at the end of the season on November 26, while the Qatar GP will return on October 8, a year later.

Big innovations will return to the Grand Prix ChinaSince the emergence of Covid-19, three versions have not arrived and expected returns Qatar, the absent World Cup system will reappear in 2022 with a 10-year deal but without specifying which round of its region will be used. As has been the case for many years, Formula 1 will officially set foot on South American soil only on November 5th in Brazil.

The official dates of the Formula 1 calendar in 2023 (Photo: @F1)
The official dates of the Formula 1 calendar in 2023 (Photo: @F1)

“The 2023 F1 calendar will avoid a clash with the 24 Hours of Le Mans as part of WMSC members’ efforts to improve all world championship race calendars,” the FIA ​​said. About the addition of one more round, he added: “The balance of 24 races Proving once again the growth and appeal of this sport on a planetary level. Adding new venues and retaining traditional events underlines the FIA’s good stewardship of the sport.”

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The 2022 season was initially supposed to have 23 tests, but race promoter Formula One, The Sochi Grand Prix was canceled in February Originally scheduled for September 25 due to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. “We want to find a good balance, At least one-third (species) in Europe, one-third in the Far East and the other between the Americas and the Middle East”.F1 boss Stefano Domenicali explained in August.

With information from AFP

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