QThere has been a long way to go in this present campaign of the Formula 1, but next year's calendar is already cooking. 20 races are the ones that
This is the F1 calendar for 2023 and the confirmed cities
QThere has been a long way to go in this present campaign of the Formula 1, but next year’s calendar is already cooking.
20 races are the ones that are confirmed for the 2023 season, including a new one and the return of two circuits that were on hiatus.
Formula 1 still does not make anything officialbut next year’s calendar in the highest category of motorsports would practically be ready.
What races are confirmed?
20 are the circuits that are confirmed for the following campaign and that they will not leave the calendar.
The contracts were signed on time and they are not waiting to reach a new agreement to run in those cities.
Abu Dhabi, Australia, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Great Britain, Canada, Netherlands, Emilia Romagna (Imola), Hungary, Italy (Monza), Japan, Miami, Saudi Arabia, Brazil, Singapore, Spain and Austin are the ones within the next season.
In addition to these, already with a contract, the race in Las Vegas will be added to the calendar, with which United States add three Grand Prix by 2023.
Likewise, china returns to have the spotlight and after years of pandemic, he will have an F1 career again. Equal Qatar returns to the calendar of the following year.
What are the circuits that do not have a contract yet?
Five are the races that could come out by 2023 since the organizers have not reached an agreement for it to run next year.
Austria, Belgium, France, Monaco and Mexico are the five venues that may not be the next campaign due to contract issues.
Will Mexico leave the calendar?
If an agreement is not reached with Formula 1, yes, it could come out and the “F1esta” that has been experienced in recent years at the Autdromo Hermanos Rodríguez will be interrupted.
Nevertheless, the euphoria that Sergio Prez has caused with Red Bull and what has been experienced in the capital of Mexico could lead the organizers to reach a new agreement to extend the race.
Nothing is said and, at least this 2022, yes it will run in Mexico City looking for Checo to win in his country.