(Motorsport-Total.com) – Formula 1 has unveiled its 2023 calendar of 24 races, beginning in Bahrain in March and ending in Abu Dhabi in November. The largest calendar in Formula 1 historical past contains the Monaco Grand Prix, Las Vegas and China, with its future unsure.
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The begin of the 2022 Italian Grand Prix
“We are delighted to announce the 2023 calendar of 24 races world wide,” mentioned Formula 1 CEO Stefano Domenicali. “There is unprecedented demand for racing in Formula 1 and it’s important that we discover the suitable steadiness for the game as a complete.”
“We are delighted with the sturdy momentum that Formula 1 continues to expertise and it’s nice information that we are able to provide our passionate followers thrilling new venues equivalent to Las Vegas and widespread venues in Europe, Asia and the Americas.”
There aren’t any date conflicts with the 24 Hours of Le Mans program
Over the previous few weeks, the calendar has been accepted by the FIA’s World Motorsport Council (WMSC) by way of an digital vote, after being compiled by Formula 1 house owners Liberty Media. One of crucial issues is that the Formula 1 calendar shouldn’t conflict straight with the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
The prestigious sports activities automobile race is scheduled to happen on the tenth and eleventh of the week between the Spanish and (*24*) Grands Prix. “The addition of 24 races to the 2023 Formula 1 World Championship calendar is additional proof of the game’s progress and attraction on a worldwide scale,” mentioned FIA President Mohammed Ben Sulayem.
“The addition of latest venues and the retention of conventional occasions demonstrates the FIA’s sturdy management within the sport. I’m delighted that we’ll convey the brand new period of Formula 1 created by the 2022 FIA Regulations to a wider fan base in 2023. The 2023 Formula 1 calendar will see WMSC members on the prestigious Le Mans He additionally took under consideration the time of 24 hours.
First Saturday race in Las Vegas F1 historical past
There have been some fascinating date modifications on the calendar: the Azerbaijan Grand Prix was moved from June to April 30, per week earlier than the Miami Grand Prix. While Formula 1 has mentioned it needs to regionalize the schedule to keep away from pointless journey world wide, some occasions, notably in North America, are too distant.
The Miami race is on May 7, the (*24*) Grand Prix on June 18, Austin on October 22 and the primary-ever Saturday race in Las Vegas on November 18.
The Chinese Grand Prix, scheduled for April 16, can solely be tentative if the nation’s coronavirus restrictions are lifted. The South African Grand Prix has did not make the 2023 calendar after many rumours, however Formula 1 is predicted to return to the African continent from 2024.