Enthusiasts from all around the world are waiting expectantly for what promises to be an exciting the F1 schedule 2023. Mercedes is champing at the bit to reverse the losses of 2022. Ferrari will be trying to bed down its new leadership and improve their performance.
The 2023 Formula One calendar promises an exciting series of races and an action packed 2023 Formula One Season. The major change is that China have withdrawn.
The FIA has finalized the schedule and all of the teams are in board. It’s going to be an incredible season consisting of 24 races around the world.
The F1 Schedule 2023
The F1 2023 schedule starts with pre-season testing on February 23-25 at the Sakhir circuit in Bahrain where all eyes will be on Mercedes to see if they will field a competitive car for 2023. Before China cancelled the Grand Prix in Shanghai there were 24 races on the season schedule, which is going to be strenuous for everyone involved.
As hard as it is going to be for the teams and drivers the F1 2023 schedule is gearing up to be an epic year for fans.
|Flags||Dates||Venue||Link To Track||Circuit|
|2/7||Austria||Red Bull |
|22/10||USA||Circuit Of The|
|26/11||Abu Dhabi||Yas Marina|
What’s Happening with the Chinese Grand Prix?
The controlling body is trying to fins an alternative site. Countries like South Africa are an alternative.
Although South Africa is a strong possibility for a future season, and one which Sir Lewis Hamilton is actively pushing for, their Kyalami race track requires modifications which places it outside of contention for the 2023 formula1calendar.
Watch this space for developments www.f1worldwide.com.
Which F1 circuit holds the record for being the longest?
The title of the longest F1 circuit belongs to the challenging Spa-Francorchamps circuit in Belgium. This circuit not only boasts iconic sections like Eau Rouge but also features a demanding lap distance of 7.004km.
Which F1 circuit is the shortest?
In this case, it’s the renowned jewel of Formula 1 (at least until Las Vegas enters the scene) – the Monaco Grand Prix. The intricate Circuit de Monaco winding through the streets of the principality spans a compact 3.337km.
When can we expect the F1 sprint races in 2023?
The upcoming year will witness double the number of sprint races compared to 2022, totaling six in all. They are scheduled as follows:
- Azerbaijan – Baku City Circuit (April 29)
- Austria – Red Bull Ring (July 1)
- Belgium – Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps (July 29)
- Qatar – Losail International Circuit (October 7)
- USA – Circuit of The Americas (October 21)
- Brazil – Interlagos (November 4)
The formula1 2023 calendar is going to be an amazing experience for fans – less so for the drivers and teams who are travelling across the world multiple times in the same month.