TestingFeb 23-25BahrainSakhir
1March 5BahrainSakhir
2March 19Saudi ArabiaJeddah
3April 2AustraliaAlbert Park
4April 16ChinaShanghai
5April 30AzerbaijanBaku
6May 7USA – EastMiami Gardens
7May 21Emila RomagnaImola
8May 28MonacoMonta Carlo
9June 4SpainBarcelona
10June 18CanadaMontreal
11July 2AustriaSpielberg
12July 9BritainSilverstone
13July 23HungaryHungaroring
14July 30BelgiumSpa-Francorchamps
15August 27NetherlandsZandvoort
16September 3ItalyMonza
17September 17SingaporeMarina Bay
18September 24JapanSuzuka
19October 8QatarLosail
20October 22USA – CentralAustin
21October 29MexicoMexico City
22November 5BrazilInterlagos
23November 19USA – WestLas Vegas
24November 26Abu DhabiYas Marina

Changes From 2022 Season To 2023 Season Schedule

The first thing to note is that the French Grand Prix has been dropped from the calendar after their contract wasn’t renewed, whilst the Qatar Grand Prix returns after taking a break to focus on hosting the 2022 World Cup.

The Las Vegas Grand Prix is the new track for 2023, making it three races being hosted in the USA. The Las Vegas Grand Prix is both a night race and a street race, which will definitely add some excitement to the race.

There will also be six sprint races in 2023, as opposed to just three that took place in 2022 and 2021.

There will also be a total of 24 rounds in the 2023 season, which is the most a Formula One season has ever had. This is also the maximum number of races F1 can have, based on an agreement with the teams.

F1 2023 Season Dates

The 2023 F1 season will start on the 5th of March in Bahrain, and finish on the 26th of November in Abu Dhabi.