Will that be the 2023 Formula 1 calendar?

The current Formula 1 World Championship is not over yet, but the coming season is already casting its shadow. The teams currently have a provisional calendar that still needs to be approved by the FIA ​​​​World Council. Our colleagues from F1-Insider have published the planned dates.

Accordingly, it could be a record season with 24 races. The season starts on March 5th in Bahrain. From there it goes on to Saudi Arabia and Australia. A Chinese GP in Shanghai is also planned in the draft. But he doesn’t seem certain. Formula 1 boss Stefano Domenicali recently confirmed that the staging of a race depends above all on how China will deal with COVID in the future. The political situation will also be monitored. Domenicali: “We have to be careful. But we want to draw attention to positive values.”

If the Formula 1 calendar is confirmed, Formula 1 would stop in Miami on May 7th.

After a detour to Miami, the European season begins on May 21 in Imola. Imola, Monaco and Barcelona take place as a triple header within three weeks. The Belgian GP in Spa is scheduled to take place on July 23 before the summer break.

With Austin, Mexico and Brazil there will be the next triple header at the end of the season. The finals will be Las Vegas (Saturdays!) and Abu Dhabi on November 18th and 26th. After all: Apparently, when designing the calendar, Formula 1 placed more value on the fact that the sequence of the races also makes logistical sense.

The French GP in Le Castellet is definitely out. The plan for a race in South Africa has also failed. The fans in this country have been waiting for a GP Germany since 2020 (Nürburgring).

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Provisional calendar 2023

March 05: Sachir / Bahrain
March 19: Jeddah / Saudi Arabia
April 2nd: Melbourne / Australia
April 16: Shanghai / China
April 30: Baku / Azerbaijan
May 7th: Miami / USA
May 21: Imola / Italy
May 28: Monte Carlo / Monaco
June 4th: Barcelona / Spain
June 18: Montreal / Canada
July 2nd: Spielberg / Austria
July 9th: Silverstone / England
July 23: Spa / Belgium
July 30: Budapest / Hungary
August 27: Zandvoort / Netherlands
September 3rd: Monza / Italy
September 17: Singapore
September 24: Suzuka / Japan
08 October: Doha / Qatar
October 22: Austin / USA
October 29: Mexico City / Mexico
November 5th: Sao Paulo / Brazil
November 18: Las Vegas / United States
November 26: Yas Island / Abu Dhabi

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