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F1 hits the limit with record 24-race schedule unveiled for 2023 season | formula One

The Formula One calendar for 2023 has been announced with a record number of 24 races, the maximum allowed under the current commercial agreement with the teams. The calendar was approved on Tuesday by a meeting of the FIA’s world motor sport council.

This year, F1 will host 22 races but, with new fixtures being added as the sport enjoys a surge in popularity around the world, it will aim to celebrate the longest season in the sport’s history in 2023.

The number of races will push the F1 team staff to the limit. July alone will feature four races in two double heads, with four more pairs of consecutive races.

In August, Red Bull team principal Christian Horner described 24 races as “just at the limit” of what can be asked of teams. F1 chief executive Stefano Domenicali also said this year that he believed the number was as high as the sport should go.

“About 24 grands prix, 23, 24 tops,” he said. “I don’t want to discuss more than that number because then we have the problem of devaluation.”

The season will start in Bahrain on March 5 and end in Abu Dhabi on November 26, while the British GP will take place on July 9. New meetings are confirmed in Las Vegas and Qatar, as well as the Monaco GP, whose future was considered threatened, on May 28 as part of the only triple day of the season after the Emilia Romagna GP and before the Spanish GP. F1 has also confirmed a new deal with Monaco until 2025.

5 March – Bahrain Grand Prix, Sakhir
19 March – Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, Jeddah
2 April – Australian Grand Prix, Albert Park
16 April – Chinese Grand Prix, Shanghai
30 April – Azerbaijan Grand Prix, Baku
7 May – Miami Grand Prix, Miami
21 May – Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, Imola
28 May – Monaco Grand Prix, Monte Carlo
4 June – Spanish Grand Prix, Barcelona
18 June – Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal
2 July – Austrian Grand Prix, Spielberg
9 July – British Grand Prix, Silverstone
23 July – Hungarian Grand Prix, Hungaroring
30 July – Belgian Grand Prix, Spa-Francorchamps
27 August – Dutch Grand Prix, Zandvoort
3 September – Italian Grand Prix, Monza
17 September – Singapore Grand Prix, Marina Bay
24 September – Japanese Grand Prix, Suzuka
8 October – Qatar Grand Prix, Losail
22 October – United States Grand Prix, Austin
29 October – Mexico City Grand Prix, Mexico City
5 November – Sao Paulo Grand Prix, Interlagos
18 November – Las Vegas Grand Prix, Las Vegas
26 November – Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, Yas Marina

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March 5 – Bahrain Grand Prix, Sakhir
March 19 – Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, Jeddah
April 2 – Australian Grand Prix, Albert Park
April 16 – Chinese Grand Prix, Shanghai
April 30 – Azerbaijan Grand Prix, Baku
May 7 – Miami Grand Prix, Miami
May 21 – Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, Imola
May 28 – Monaco Grand Prix, Monte Carlo
June 4 – Spanish Grand Prix, Barcelona
June 18 – Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal
July 2 – Austrian Grand Prix, Spielberg
July 9 – British Grand Prix, Silverstone
July 23 – Hungarian Grand Prix, Hungaroring
July 30 – Belgian Grand Prix, Spa Francorchamps
August 27 – Dutch Grand Prix, Zandvoort
September 3 – Italian Grand Prix, Monza
September 17 – Singapore Grand Prix, Marina Bay
September 24 – Japanese Grand Prix, Suzuka
Oct 8 – Qatar Grand Prix, Losail
October 22 – United States Grand Prix, Austin
Oct 29 – Mexico City Grand Prix, Mexico City
November 5 – Sao Paulo Grand Prix, Interlagos
November 18 – Las Vegas Grand Prix, Las Vegas
Nov 26 – Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, Yas Marina

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The United States will host three races, in Austin, Miami and Las Vegas, with the latter forming a double header with the season finale in Abu Dhabi.

Unsurprisingly, the proposed meeting in South Africa was not included, but China has returned with a scheduled date of April 16. However, that meeting remains subject to the Covid restrictions imposed on the country, and its position early in the calendar suggests that if it is cancelled, it could be replaced later in the year.

The Belgian GP at Spa, also considered threatened, retained its place on July 30, but as expected the French GP no longer features. There is also no clash with the 24 Hours of Le Mans that will take place on June 10 and 11 between the Spanish and Canadian GPs.

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    Despite strong opposition and criticism from human rights groups and some drivers, the Saudi Arabian GP remains on the calendar.

    Domenicali welcomed the record calendar. “Formula One is in unprecedented demand to host races and it is important that we get the right balance for the whole sport. We are very pleased with the strong momentum that Formula One continues to experience.”

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