F1 Schedule 2023 The Official Calendar of Grand Prix Races

F1 Schedule 2023: The Official Calendar of Grand Prix Races

There isn’t much time left until the start of the current Formula 1 season. There have been a number of changes within the paddock, the most notable of which was the appointment of Jean-Eric Vasteur as the team principal for Ferrari, and work on the single-seaters has already begun since the end of the previous season. Will Mercedes make a comeback, or will the Red Bull Racing Team triumph to rule the world? There is still plenty to discover about all of this, but one thing is certain: fans are looking forward to the next season very much. Let’s look at when the Formula One 2023 season will get underway, as well as the rest of its schedule. There will be 23 stages, each of which will have a very intriguing new element.


When does the 2023 Formula 1 season start?

It won’t be too much longer, since the first race of the Formula One season, the Bahrain Grand Prix, will take place on March 5, 2023. Charles Leclerc won his first race of the most recent World Championship from the same start as he did the year before (the third of his career). The elimination of the French Grand Prix (which means no spectacular overtaking at Signes in the Paul Ricard) and the addition of a new race in Las Vegas as the World Championship’s final round will be among the changes for the new year.

The two Italian races at Imola and Monza have been confirmed once again, where the Ferrari public will once again be able to show off its colors and warmth. Some other small changes, however, concern the time at which some GPs will be held. Spa-Francorchamps will be there at the end of July, before the summer break. After the break, however, it will start again with Max Verstappen’s Dutch Grand Prix. There will therefore be 23 races in total, since the Chinese GP was canceled due to COVID-19, but it cannot be excluded that a new circuit could be inserted at the last one to bring the total number of Grands Prix for the season to 24.


F1, the 2023 calendar

The full schedule for the 2023 Formula One season, including all of the stages and dates of the different Grands Prix that will be hosted throughout the season, is presented below for your consideration. Be sure to keep an eye on the brand-new Las Vegas Grand Prix, which will serve as the second-to-last stage of the competition before the championship is decided in Abu Dhabi. During the course of the season, there will only be two hat-tricks of non-stop races: one will take place in Imola, Monte Carlo, and Spain, while the other will take place in Austin, Mexico City, and Interlagos. We are in for a thrilling conclusion in 2023.


  • March 5: Bahrain Grand Prix
  • March 19: Saudi Arabian Grand Prix
  • April 2: Australian Grand Prix
  • April 30: Azerbaijan Grand Prix
  • May 7: Miami Grand Prix
  • 21 May: Emilia Romagna Grand Prix
  • May 28: Monaco Grand Prix
  • June 4th: Spanish Grand Prix
  • June 18: Canadian Grand Prix
  • July 2: Austrian Grand Prix
  • July 9: British Grand Prix
  • 23 July: Hungarian Grand Prix
  • July 30: Belgian Grand Prix
  • August 27: Dutch Grand Prix
  • 3 September: Italian Grand Prix
  • September 17: Singapore Grand Prix
  • September 24: Grand Prix of Japan
  • October 8: Grand Prix of Qatar
  • October 22nd: US Grand Prix
  • October 29: Mexican Grand Prix
  • November 5th: Brazilian Grand Prix
  • November 18: Las Vegas Grand Prix (Note: the official F1 website announces the race at 07:00 on Sunday, November 19.)
  • November 26: Abu Dhabi Grand Prix