“F1” opens a new schedule for the 2023 season | Daily News

Formula One car race organizers revealed the competition calendar for the year 2023 with a record 24 events, with Las Vegas as a new stadium held for the first time on Saturday, November 18, the first event since 1985, also competing on Saturday

Stefano Domenikali, the chief executive of F1, said the 6.12km route at Velgas will pass through city landmarks such as the Bellagio Fountain and Caesars Palace, which will attract as many as 170,000 fans.

The season kicks off in Bahrain on March 5 and ends in Abu Dhabi on November 26, as China returns to the calendar after a three-year hiatus since the coronavirus pandemic There are concerns over the Chinese government’s strict disease control policy so far.

Monaco and Belgium retain their roster after renewing Monaco’s contracts until 2025, with Belgium extending another year. In addition, F1 is still in talks with South Africa’s Kyalami Circuit. but not finished yet

Competition schedule summary: March 5 – Bahrain, March 19 – Saudi Arabia (Jeddah), April 2 – Australia (Melbourne), April 16 – China (Shanghai), April 30 – Azerbaijan (Baku), May 7 – Miami, May 21 – Emilia Romagna (Imola), May 28. . – Monaco, June 4 – Spain (Barcelona), June 18 – Canada (Montreal), July 2 – Austria (Spielberg)

9 July – United Kingdom (Silverstone), 23 Jul. – Hungary, 30 Jul. – Belgium (Spa-Francochamps), 27 August – The Netherlands (Sandvoort), 3 August, September – Italy (Monza), September 17 – Singapore, September 24 – Japan (Suzuka), October 8 – Qatar, October 22 – USA (Austin ), October 29 – Mexico, Nov. 5 – Brazil (Interlagos), Nov. 18 – Las Vegas, Nov. 26 – Abu Dhabi.

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