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Formula 1 will host its first 24 races of the season as the FIA reveals a record-breaking schedule, including a Las Vegas GP debut in 2023 and return races in China and Qatar. The season starts on March 5th at Bahrain GP and ends on November 26th at Abu Dhabi.

2023 Formula 1: Las Vegas debut and return to China reveal record 24 race schedule

Formula 1 will host its first 24 races of the season as the FIA reveals a record-breaking schedule, including a Las Vegas GP debut in 2023 and return races in China and Qatar. The season starts on March 5th at Bahrain GP and ends on November 26th at Abu Dhabi.

Formula 1 has unveiled a record race schedule for 2023, and for the first time ever, the sport will host 24 races in a season.

After reorganizing the biggest two-game schedule of all time, the next season schedule includes the first Las Vegas Grand Prix on Saturday night and the return of the Chinese GP after three years.

The calendar has been approved by the FIA ​​and the World Motor Sport Council and was unveiled by the F1 governing body on Tuesday.

Qatar will also return after their 2021 debut, while Monaco hold their place in the middle of the first of two triple headers on the calendar after doubts over a contract.

Making the way for 2023 is the French GP, which does not include races previously promoted in South Africa.

The season starts on March 5th in Bahrain, where pre-season testing will take place, and ends on November 26th in Abu Dhabi.

Stefano Domenicali, President and CEO of Formula 1, said: “We are delighted to announce the 2023 calendar that includes 24 races worldwide.

“We are very excited about the strong momentum that Formula 1 continues to experience. It will bring our passionate fans to a championship with a mix of exciting new venues like Las Vegas and much-loved venues across Europe and Asia. It’s good news to be able to. And America.”

FIA President Mohammed Ben Sulayem said, “The presence of 24 races on the 2023 FIA Formula One World Championship schedule is another testament to the growth and appeal of the sport worldwide.”

“The addition of new stadiums and the maintenance of traditional events underscore the FIA’s sound sports management.”

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Formula 1 president Stefano Domenicali joins David Croft and Karun Chandhok in the commentary box to discuss the calendar for 2023.

The gist of the F1 record calendar
With its worldwide popularity, F1 and US owner Liberty Media have been working to elevate their race schedule for some time. 2022 was supposed to be 23 race seasons before the Russian GP was canceled, but this is the first time the race schedule has been increased to 24.

There are some strange things about the schedule. For example, the first 4 races are all standalone events despite the 3 races taking place in Asia.

The season continues with the Azerbaijan-Miami double header followed by the Imola-Monaco-Spain triple header.

Canada is a standalone event where F1 cannot pair the Montreal Race and Miami together.

Hungary vacated their usual pre-summer break position with the Belgian GP at Spa following the Budapest race on 30 July. So the Dutch GP will be the first race after summer break.

Singapore, Japan and Asian doubleheaders are ahead of Qatar’s solo game, which was canceled on a 10-year contract due to the 2022 FIFA World Cup. , Mexico and Brazil.

After the Brazilian GP on November 5th, there’s a week off before F1 heads to the Las Vegas Strip for the first Saturday race since 1985.

Its debut event is paired with the end-of-season Abu Dhabi GP.

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