On Tuesday, September 20, Members of the World Motor Sport Council voted to approve the Formula 1 2023 calendar.
The World Championship 2023 will open with Bahrain before heading to Saudi Arabia, and then Australia.
Motor sport fans will be relieved to see the Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps has remained on the calendar, now taking place before the summer break on July 30.
F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali said the sport is seeing demand and coverage like never before and has to make sure the balance is right across the globe.
Domenicali said: “We are very pleased with the strong momentum F1 continues to experience and it is great news that we will be able to bring our passionate fans a mix of exciting new locations such as Las Vegas to the championship with much loved venues across Europe, Asia and the Americas.”
What is the Formula One 2023 calendar?
- March 05: Bahrain Grand Prix
- March 19: Saudi Arabian Grand Prix
- April 02: Australian Grand Prix
- April 16: Chinese Grand Prix
- April 30: Azerbaijan Grand Prix
- May 07: Miami Grand Prix
- May 21: Emilia Romagna Grand Prix
- May 28: Monaco Grand Prix
- June 04: Spanish Grand Prix
- June 18: Canadian Grand Prix
- July 02: Austrian Grand Prix
- July 09: British Grand Prix
- July 23: Hungarian Grand Prix
- July 30: Belgium Grand Prix
- August 27: Dutch Grand Prix
- September 03: Italian Grand Prix
- September 17: Singapore Grand Prix
- September 24: Japanese Grand Prix
- October 10: Qatar Grand Prix
- October 22: United States Grand Prix
- October 29: Mexican Grand Prix
- November 05: Brazilian Grand Prix
- November 18: Las Vegas Grand Prix
- November 26: Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
Which circuits have left the Formula One 2023 calendar?
SPA and Monaco have both retained their place on the calendar after months of speculation. The French Grand Prix is the only Grand Prix not returning to the FIA calendar.
Which circuits have joined the Formula One 2023 calendar?
F1 will return to China for the first time since the circuit was slashed from the calendar in 2019 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Las Vegas is also returning to the calendar after being out of the sport for just over 30 years. The event will take place around the Las Vegas strip and is now the third North American circuit on the calendar alongside Texas and the recently joined Miami.
The Qatar Grand Prix - which hosted its first Formula One race in 2019 - will also be making a return to the calendar after a year’s absence.