F1 releases record-breaking 2023 calendar featuring 24 races

The 2023 Formula One season will be the longest in history with a calendar featuring a record-breaking 24 races. The season is set to start in Bahrain on Saturday, March 2nd and will feature several new tracks along with several returning races.

The record number of races is largely due to the addition of several new venues to the schedule, including Las Vegas, Miami, and the Saudi Arabian street circuit in Jeddah. The Mexican Grand Prix will also return after a one-year absence, while Melbourne, Australia, and Suzuka, Japan, will be back after two years away.

The 2023 season will also be the last for several drivers, including George Russell and Lando Norris, whose contracts are up for renewal. The Silver Arrows have announced the signing of ex-Williams driver Alex Albon, leaving a seat open that may be filled by Mercedes AMG F1 Team protégé Nyck de Vries.

Here is a list of the 2023 Formula One calendar:

  1. Bahrain (Sakhivr) - March 2
  2. Saudi Arabia (Jeddah) - March 9
  3. Australia (Melbourne) - March 24
  4. Japan (Suzuka) - April 7
  5. China (Shanghai) - April 21
  6. Miami - May 5
  7. Emilia Romagna (Imola) - May 19
  8. Monaco - May 26
  9. Canada (Montreal) - June 9
  10. Spain (Barcelona) - June 23
  11. Austria (Spielberg) - June 30
  12. Britain (Silverstone) - July 7
  13. Hungary (Budapest) - July 21
  14. Belgium (Spa-Francorchamps) - July 28
  15. Netherlands (Zandvoort) - Aug 25
  16. Italy (Monza) - Sept 1
  17. Azerbaijan (Baku) - Sept 15
  18. Singapore - Sept 22
  19. United States (Austin) - Oct 20
  20. Mexico (Mexico City) - Oct 27
  21. Brazil (Sao Paulo) - Nov 3
  22. Las Vegas - Nov 23
  23. Qatar (Lusail) - Dec 1
  24. Abu Dhabi (Yas Marina) - Dec 8

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