The Formula 1 calendar will provide fans across the globe with a bumper spectacle in 2023 as teams and drivers continue to work through the biggest season in F1 history.


This is the longest F1 calendar of all time with 23 races on the schedule. It was initially announced as a 24-race calendar prior to the cancellation of the Chinese Grand Prix.

The season is one race longer than the previous record set in 2019, with Red Bull in pole position to place their stars at the top of the charts once again by season's end in November.

Silverstone, Monaco and Spa all make the cut as three of the most iconic circuits in the sport, while the US will boast three races in 2023: Austin, Miami and a hotly-anticipated street circuit blast around Las Vegas. brings you all the details about the F1 calendar in 2023, including a full race schedule.

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F1 calendar 2023 – schedule, dates and times

All UK time. (S) denotes sprint race qualifying.


Sunday 5th March: Bahrain Grand Prix (Sakhir) 3pm

Sunday 19th March: Saudi Arabian Grand Prix (Jeddah) 5pm


Sunday 2nd April: Australian Grand Prix (Melbourne) 3pm

Sunday 30th April: Azerbaijan Grand Prix (Baku) (S) 12pm


Sunday 7th May: Miami Grand Prix (Miami) 8:30pm

Sunday 21st May: Emilia Romagna Grand Prix (Imola) 2pm

Sunday 28th May: Monaco Grand Prix (Monte Carlo) 2pm


Sunday 4th June: Spanish Grand Prix (Barcelona) 2pm

Sunday 18th June: Canadian Grand Prix (Montreal) 7pm


Sunday 2nd July: Austrian Grand Prix (Spielberg) (S) 2pm

Sunday 9th July: British Grand Prix (Silverstone) 3pm

Sunday 23rd July: Hungarian Grand Prix (Budapest) 2pm

Sunday 30th July: Belgian Grand Prix (Spa-Francorchamps) (S) 2pm


Sunday 27th August: Dutch Grand Prix (Zandvoort) 2pm


Sunday 3rd September: Italian Grand Prix (Monza) 2pm

Sunday 17th September: Singapore Grand Prix (Singapore) 1pm

Sunday 24th September: Japanese Grand Prix (Suzuka) 6am


Sunday 8th October: Qatar Grand Prix (Lusail) (S) 3pm

Sunday 22nd October: United States Grand Prix (Austin) (S) 8pm

Sunday 29th October: Mexico City Grand Prix (Mexico City) 8pm


Sunday 5th November: Sao Paulo Grand Prix (Sao Paulo) (S) 5pm

Sunday 18th November: Las Vegas Grand Prix (Las Vegas) 4am

Sunday 26th November: Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (Yas Marina) 1pm

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