The 2023 season is taking shape. In an official press release, the International Automobile Federation (FIA) formalized, on Tuesday, the calendar of races scheduled for next year. As expected, there will be a total of 24 F1 Grands Prix, a record. The GP of Monaco, a time threatened, was retained, unlike that of France, which officially disappears.
The penultimate Grand Prix of the season will be held in Las Vegas, a novelty, while the Qatar Grand Prix returns to the calendar after a year’s absence. The season will start on March 5 in Bahrain. Regarding Spa-Francorchamps (Belgium), the appointment is given for the weekend of July 30 before a break of almost a month. Then will come the races in the Netherlands (August 27) and Italy (September 3), before flying to Singapore (September 17).
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“The presence of 24 Grands Prix on the Formula 1 World Championship calendar is further proof of the discipline’s growth and appeal on a global scale.“, reacted Mohammed Ben Sulayem, president of the FIA.I am delighted that we are able to introduce more spectators in 2023 to the exciting new era of Formula 1, created by the 2022 FIA regulations. In setting the F1 calendar for 2023, the members of the World Council also took into account the date of the prestigious 24 Hours of Le Mans“, he added.
Note, finally, the sequence of three races in three weeks flat: the first in the spring (Emilia-Romagna/Monaco/Spain), then the second (United States/Mexico/Brazil) in the fall.
Shortly after, the FIA issued a new press release to announce that the Monaco Grand Prix would be on the calendar for at least three more years, until 2025. “In the interest of Formula 1 and the world championship, and after several months of negotiations, we are proud to announce that we have signed a three-year agreement with Formula One and that there is a chance that it be extended“, rejoiced Michel Boeri, president of the Autombile Club of Monaco.
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