On Tuesday, Formula One had issued a statement saying that Monaco GP had sealed a three-year deal with FIA. In the matter of the fact, latest move from FIA to reach a contract with Monaco GP came against the backdrop of a conflicting context on whether F1 should keep one of the most famous events at its calendar next year.
Nonetheless, on Tuesday, F1 had confirmed that the Monaco GP management had cut a three-year contract with the FIA which in effect would keep the famous Grand Prix at F1 calendar until 2025. Apart form that, latest move from the management officials of Monaco GP, operated under the patronage of three generations of Monaco’s Royal Family, came forth as the F1 event’s contract with FIA had been set to conclude this year.
F1 confirms Monaco GP to stay on calendar until 2025
Apart from a confirmation on Monaco GP, F1 also had confirmed on Tuesday that its 24-race calendar would begin with Bahrain GP in the March of 2023, while the season would conclude with an Abu Dhabi GP in late-November.
More interestingly, Formula One also had confirmed the date of first ever Las Vegas Saturday night GP, which will take place on November 18. Las Vegas GP could be viewed as a gripping move from FIA, as only three F1 races had not been held on a Sunday in the history of Formula One, while the most-recent event took place about a whacking 38 years ago on 1985 at South African GP.
Here is the 2023 race schedule 2023 race schedule March 5 - Bahrain Grand Prix March 19 - Saudi Arabian Grand Prix April 2 - Australian Grand Prix April 16 - Chinese Grand Prix (TBC) April 30 - Azerbaijan Grand Prix May 7 - Miami Grand Prix May 21 - Emilia Romagna Grand Prix May 28 - Monaco Grand Prix June 4 - Spanish Grand Prix June 18 - Canadian Grand Prix July 2 - Austrian Grand Prix July 9 - British Grand Prix July 23 - Hungarian Grand Prix July 30 - Belgian Grand Prix August 27 - Dutch Grand Prix September 3 - Italian Grand Prix September 17 - Singapore Grand Prix September 24 - Japanese Grand Prix October 8 - Qatar Grand Prix October 22 - U.S.
Grand Prix October 29 - Mexican Grand Prix November 5 - Brazilian Grand Prix Nov. 18 - Las Vegas Grand Prix Nov. 26 - Abu Dhabi Grand Prix [The Chinese Grand Prix is still to be confirmed due to COVID-19]
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