FIA confirms setting up situations for races on shortened, 23-spherical 2023 calendar


The FIA has verified the setting up situations for all 23 races on the 2023 Formulation one calendar.

The 2023 program features 1 new race in Las Vegas. Uniquely, this celebration will operate from Thursday to Saturday, with all classes using location below lights following sunset.

The 1st observe session on the Las Vegas Road Circuit will get started at six:30pm area time on Thursday sixteenth November, which will by two:30am on the next Friday for viewers in the British isles. As formerly introduced the race will start out at 10pm area time on Saturday evening, 6am on Sunday early morning in the British isles.

With the return of the Qatar Grand Prix, 6 rounds on the 2023 calendar will be held at evening. These are joined by the Bahrain, Saudi Arabian, Singapore and Abu Dhabi grands prix.

The Brazilian Grand Prix will get started 1 hour before than it did final calendar year. Other than that the start out situations of the current rounds on the championship are unchanged.

As formerly verified the rounds at Baku, Purple Bull Ring, Spa-Francorchamps, Losail, Circuit of the Americas and Interlagos will be dash occasions.

2023 F1 race setting up timesEventTrackDateRace start out time (area)Race start out time (British isles)Bahrain Grand PrixBahrain Intercontinental Circuit5 March18:0015:00Saudi Arabian Grand PrixJeddah Corniche Circuit19 March20:0017:00Australian Grand PrixAlbert Park2 April15:0006:00Azerbaijan Grand PrixBaku Town Circuit30 April15:0012:00Miami Grand PrixMiami Intercontinental Autodrome7 May15:3020:30Emilia-Romagna Grand PrixImola21 May15:0014:00Monaco Grand PrixMonaco28 May15:0014:00Spanish Grand PrixCircuit de Catalunya4 June15:0014:00Canadian Grand PrixCircuit Gilles Villeneuve18 June14:0019:00Austrian Grand PrixRed Bull Ring2 July15:0014:00British Grand PrixSilverstone9 July15:0015:00Hungarian Grand PrixHungaroring23 July15:0014:00Belgian Grand PrixSpa-Francorchamps30 July15:0014:00Dutch Grand PrixZandvoort27 August15:0014:00Italian Grand PrixMonza3 September15:0014:00Singapore Grand PrixSingapore17 September20:0013:00Japanese Grand PrixSuzuka24 September14:0006:00Qatar Grand PrixLosail Intercontinental Circuit8 October17:0015:00United States Grand PrixCircuit of the Americas22 October14:0020:00Mexican Grand PrixAutodromo Hermanos Rodriguez29 October14:0020:00Brazilian Grand PrixInterlagos5 November14:0017:00Las Vegas Grand PrixLas Vegas Road Circuit18 November22:0006:00Abu Dhabi Grand PrixYas Marina26 November17:0013:00

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