F1 2023 Calendar Sky Sports – Formula 1 confirms Belgian Grand Prix to remain on 2023 calendar F1 boss Stefano Domenicali exclusively confirms to Sky Sports that Spa will remain on the 2023 calendar; There was speculation that the historical track would be lost amid the influx of new circuits; Watch the Belgian GP live on Sky Sports F1 on Sunday at 2pm
F1 boss Stefano Domenicali confirms the Belgian GP will be on the schedule for 2023, but says the future of Formula 1 looks beyond that date.
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There had been speculation that Sunday’s 2022 race at Spa would be the last at the historic venue.
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Spa has been a much-loved F1 circuit for drivers and fans for more than 70 years – off the calendar for just six seasons since the championship began in 1950 – but the introduction of new races has put it at risk of falling off the schedule.
Asked about the future of the race beyond 2023, Domenicali added: “We will see, we will work step by step now. We are very happy to share that information and we have to appreciate the work they have done.
“We always say that the races that are part of our heritage have a very important place in the calendar and this is a fact we want to share.”
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Another race in Las Vegas has already been confirmed for 2023, a South African GP is believed to be in the pipeline, while the GPs of China and Qatar will also return next year.
There is a 24-race limit for the 2023 season, with 22 rounds already this year, putting the races in doubt without confirmed contracts for the campaign.
“Let’s enjoy the moment for next year and I’m sure Stefano will make the right decision in the future.” Las Vegas Grand Prix Confirmed for 2023 Formula 1 Calendar The 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix will take place on a Saturday night in November The track will run along the Las Vegas Strip, is 5.8 miles long from start to finish, and top speeds are estimated to exceed 212 miles per hour
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Formula 1 drivers have reacted to the new night race following the news that Las Vegas will host the F1 Grand Prix from 2023 Credit: F1 Twitter
Formula 1 returns to Las Vegas next year with a race on the famous Las Vegas Strip.
The Grand Prix takes place on a Saturday night in November, around Thanksgiving, and the course sweeps past some of the city’s most iconic landmarks, hotels and casinos.
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The track design is 3.8 miles long from start to finish, with a top speed estimated at over 212 mph.
There will be 50 race laps with three main straights and 14 corners, including a high-speed cornering sequence and a simple chicane section.
Stefano Domenicali, President and CEO of Formula 1, said: “This is an incredible moment for Formula 1, demonstrating the huge appeal and growth of our sport with its third race in the United States.
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“Las Vegas is a destination known worldwide for its excitement, hospitality, excitement and, of course, the famous Strip.
“There is no better place for Formula 1 than the global entertainment capital of the world and we can’t wait to be here next year.”
The neon nets of Las Vegas will be the backdrop for F1’s third race in the US, along with the Miami and Texas Grands Prix.
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Vegas previously hosted two F1 Grands Prix in the 1980s, but they were held in the Caesars Palace Hotel parking lot instead of the Strip.
Last week, Sunday Sky Sports F1’s Martin Brundle said Africa could also host races in the future and that the calendar would grow.
F1 is set for a record 23-race calendar this year, but the current Concorde deal, which runs until 2025, allows for 24 races per season.
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South Africa’s Kyalami circuit – where Lewis Hamilton recently insisted on an F1 return – last hosted a race in 1993 and was considered an alternative.
“I think there is a possibility that it will come soon, on top of the Americas, on top of China and Africa,” Domenicali said.
“There’s a lot of interest there. It’s another area of our calendar that hasn’t been seen before in geography.” Melbourne has thwarted Sydney’s bid to court the popular race by signing three Australian GPs to stay at Melbourne’s Albert Park until 2023. – One-year contract extension
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The Australian Grand Prix will remain in Melbourne until at least 2023 after organizers extended its F1 contract.
Albert Park’s place on the calendar was secured until 2020 last summer, but the Victorian state government has now extended it for a further three years.
“We are delighted to extend our relationship with Melbourne, which continues to set the standard for Formula 1 events globally,” said F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone.
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“This new contract will take the city to 25 consecutive years of hosting Formula 1, a super achievement.”
Local reports ahead of the race in March 2015 suggested Sydney planned to secure the rights to the event from 2021. But Victoria’s premier Daniel Andrews, who backed Melbourne’s contract extension, said: “There’s nothing like it. The Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne and the buzz it creates across our state It attracts visitors to Victoria from all over the world and shows the world that we have the best of everything.
“Our interstate rivals have made no secret of their desire to steal it, but it’s here to stay. I can guarantee Victorians Daniel Ricciardo won’t be racing across the Sydney Harbor Bridge anytime soon.”
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Melbourne has opened the F1 season on all but two occasions (2006 and 2010) since replacing Adelaide as the home of the Australian GP in 1996. Next year’s season opener is scheduled for April 3, three weeks later than usual. Formula 1 in 2023: China returns to Formula 1 to hold 24 races in one season for the first time, unveiling record 24-race calendar on debut in Las Vegas. The season starts at the Bahrain GP on March 5 and ends in Abu Dhabi on November 26
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Formula One has revealed its record-breaking 2023 race calendar, with the sport set to hold 24 races in a season for the first time.
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Revamping its biggest-ever calendar by two races, next season’s schedule includes the inaugural Las Vegas Grand Prix on Saturday night and sees the return of the Chinese GP after a three-year absence.
The calendar has been approved by the FIA and the World Motor Sport Council and revealed by F1’s governing body on Tuesday.
Qatar will also return after making their debut in 2021, while Monaco retain their place on the calendar – in the middle of the first of two triple headers on the calendar – after doubts over a deal.
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Leading the way for 2023 is the French GP, which does not include a previously announced race in South Africa.
The season starts on March 5 in Bahrain, where pre-season testing will take place, and ends on November 26 in Abu Dhabi.
“We are delighted to announce the 2023 calendar with 24 races around the world. Formula 1 has unprecedented demand to host races and it is important to get the balance right for the whole sport,” said Stefano Domenicali, President and CEO in Formula 1. .
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We are delighted with the strong momentum that Formula 1 is experiencing and it is great news that we can bring our passionate fans to the championship in a mix of exciting new locations such as Las Vegas with beloved venues across Europe and Asia. And America.”
“The presence of 24 races on the 2023 FIA Formula One World Championship calendar is further evidence of the sport’s growth and appeal globally,” said FIA President Mohammed Ben Sulaym.
“The addition of new venues and the preservation of traditional events underlines the FIA’s excellent oversight of the sport.”
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Formula 1 president Stefano Domenicali discusses the 2023 calendar in the commentary with David Croft and Karun Chandok.
Amid a surge in popularity around the world, F1 and its American owners, Liberty Media, have been trying to bolster the racing calendar for some time. A 23-race season was due to take place in 2022 before the Russian GP was canceled – but this is the first time the race calendar has grown to 24.
There are several quirks in the timetable. For example, the first four matches, three of which are held in Asia, are all isolated events.
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Hungary has abandoned its usual early summer break, with the Belgian GP in Spa followed by the Budapest race on July 30. So the Dutch GP will be the first race after the summer break.
It is an Asian double header with Singapore and Japan