F1 2023 calendar: full Grand Prix schedule and dates for Silverstone, Las Vegas, Singapore in 24 race season

Las Vegas and China will be the two new additions to the 2023 race calendar as record-breaking 24 races expected

The World Motor Sport council have approved a 24 race calendar for the 2023 season of Formula 1.

This year was set to be a record-breaker with 23 races expected but the Russian Grand Prix - which should be taking place this weekend - was cancelled earlier this year following the Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

While no other circuit was then planned for that weekend, it was announced shortly after that a new circuit in Las Vegas would take place next year, signalling the end of F1’s contract with Sochi.

However, the lack of the 23rd race has not made this year’s season any less exciting with drama coming from all garages both on and off the track.

So far, Red Bull’s Max Verstappen has been leading the way, enjoying a handsome lead over his nearest rival Charles Leclerc, while seven-time world champion Lewis Hamilton has been battling his way further down the Drivers’ Championship standings.

With new regulations and new races, this excitement is only set to increase as we head into the 2023 season.

Here is all you need to know about the 2023 season and when the Singapore, Las Vegas and China Grand Prix will be...

What are the new races in 2023?

Las Vegas is the only race that will be completely new in 2023.

The Chinese Grand Prix will be making a return to the calendar after a three year haitus and will continue to be held at the Shanghai International Circuit.

Las Vegas will host the newest Grand Prix in 2023

Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes are the most successful driver and constructors respectively at this race, but given Mercedes recent form, it remains to be seen whether this success continues on the circuit’s return.

Miami will be back for a second year in Formula 1, after Max Verstappen won the inaugural race earlier this year and will likely see another weekend of high octane drama.

What is the 2023 race calendar?

The first race of the year will take place on 5 March and the final race will be held on 26 November:

  • 5 March: Bahrain (Sakhir)
  • 19 March: Saudi Arabia (Jeddah)
  • 2 April : Australia (Melbourne)
  • 16 April: China (Shanghai)
  • 30 April: Azerbaijan (Baku)
  • 7 May: Miami
  • 21 May: Emilia Romagna (Imola)
  • 28 May: Monaco
  • 4 June: Spain (Barcelona)
  • 18 June: Canada (Montreal)
  • 2 July : Austria (Spielberg)
  • 9 July: United Kingdom (Silverstone)
  • 23 July : Hungary (Budapest)
  • 30 July: Belgium (Spa)
  • 27 August: Netherlands (Zandvoort)
  • 3 September: Italy (Monza)
  • 17 September: Singapore
  • 24 September: Japan (Sazuka)
  • 8 October: Qatar (Losail)
  • 22 October: USA (Austin)
  • 29 October: Mexico (Mexico City)
  • 5 November: Brazil (Sao Paulo)
  • 18 November: Las Vegas
  • 26 November: Abu Dhabi

When is the next Grand Prix in 2022?

There are still six races left in the 2022 season as Verstappen bids for his second World Championship title in as many years.

The next Grand Prix to take place will be the Singapore Grand Prix on 2 October 2022.

After Singapore, the Japanese Grand Prix, USA Austin Texas Grand Prix, Mexico Grand Prix and Brazilian Grand Prix will be held before the season concludes with the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on 20 November 2022.