The official 2023 Formula 1 calendar is down. 24 races will take place next season, a record. And the Monaco Grand Prix is maintained.
On May 28, the terraces of the Principality will once again be taken by storm to attend the Monaco Grand Prix, maintained, in extremis one might say, on the 2023 calendar which has just been made public.
In addition, it should be noted that 24 races will be on the program next season: do not look in the archives, it is a record in this area.
And of these 24 GPs, only nine will be raced on the Old Continent, including one during the Monaco Grand Prix, which therefore got hot in the buttocks,
but who will finally hold his rank again next year, on Sunday 28 May.
On the other hand, the Middle East can rejoice, with four Grands Prix announced: in Bahrain and Saudi Arabia at the start of the season, then in Qatar, and finally in Abu Dhabi to close the championship, it will be November 26, 2023. money king are impenetrable…
The States in force, the return of China
Threatened to disappear too like the French Grand Prix, the Belgian Grand Prix circuit, we have known for a few weeks now, is therefore back on the 2023 calendar.
It will be contested on July 30, 2023. If Europe sticks out its tongue, this is not the case with the United States, whose F1 has now become a “hype” discipline of motorsport, which for its part obtains three GP in 2023, as planned: Miami, Austin and Las Vegas.
Finally, we note the return of the Chinese GP next season, canceled since 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic and, of course, a Russian Grand Prix still absent from the calendar. The 2023 Formula 1 season will lift the curtain on March 5 in Bahrain.
The 24 Grands Prix of the 2023 F1 season
|Grand Prix 2023||Dates|
|United States (Austin)||22/10/2023|