Schedule, Teams and where to watch

Here’s everything that you need to know about the remaining F1 2023 Schedule of the World Championship and more details

After the Spanish Grand Prix, F1 2023 action moves on to the Circuit de Monaco for the Monaco GP next week. A break of two weeks follows, and then we move to Azerbaijan followed by the Canadian and the British Grand Prix. Starting with the British GP, we have a series of races in Europe – Austria, France, Hungary, Belgium, Netherlands before we come back to Italy for the second time for the race at Monza.

Australian GP
ALBERT PARK, VIC – MARCH 17: Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport driver Valtteri Bottas (77) ahead of Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport driver Lewis Hamilton (44) and Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow driver Sebastian Vettel (5) at The Australian Formula One Grand Prix on March 17, 2019, at The Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit in Albert Park, Australia. (Photo by Speed Media/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

The Russian Grand Prix which was originally scheduled to take place after the Italian GP has been officially canceled and so we will move on directly to Asia for the Singapore and Japanese Grand Prix.

F1 then moves on to the Americas, starting with U.S.A hosting their second race of the season followed by Mexico and Brazil. The season ends in November with the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix at the Yas Marina Circuit.

F1 2023 Schedule:

Remaining GPs Circuit Date
 Monaco GP Circuit de Monaco 29 May
 Azerbaijan GP Baku City Circuit 12 Jun
 Canadian GP Circuit Gilles Villeneuve 19 Jun
 British GP Circuit Silverstone 3 Jul
 Austrian GP Red Bull Ring 10 Jul
 French GP Circuit Paul Ricard 24 Jul
 Hungarian GP Hungaroring 31 Jul
 Belgian GP Spa-Francorchamps 28 Aug
 Dutch GP Circuit Zandvoort 4 Sep
 Italian GP Autodromo Nazionale Monza 11 Sep
 Singapore GP Marina Bay Street Circuit 2 Oct
 Japanese GP Suzuka Circuit 9 Oct
 United States GP Circuit of the Americas 23 Oct
 Mexican GP Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez 30 Oct
 Brazilian GP Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace Interlagos 13 Nov
 Abu Dhabi GP Yas Marina Circuit 20 Nov
F1 2023 Schedule
F1 2023 Schedule
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The 2023 F1 season is scheduled to have three sprint races. With the first one already done in Imola, we have two more remaining for the season which will take place in the Austrian Grand Prix in July and the Brazilian Grand Prix in November. The points system has also been tweaked and is different from the last season.

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The top eight drivers in the sprint will be scoring points this year, previously it was just the top three finishers who received points. It’s now more lucrative – the driver who finishes P1 will receive eight points, down to one point for the driver in P8.

F1 2023 Teams and Drivers’ line up

Mercedes Lewis Hamilton #44 George Russell #63
Red Bull Max Verstappen #1 Sergio Perez #11
Ferrari Charles Leclerc #16 Carlos Sainz #55
McLaren Lando Norris #3 Daniel Ricciardo #4
Alpine Fernando Alonso #14 Esteban Ocon #31
AlphaTauri Pierre Gasly #10 Yuki Tsunoda #22
Aston Martin Sebastian Vettel #5 Lance Stroll #18
Williams Nicholas Latifi #6 Alex Albon #23
Alfa Romeo Zhou Guanyu #24 Valtteri Bottas #77
Haas Kevin Magnussen #20 Mick Schumacher #47

Live telecast details of F1 2023

F1 2023 is being streamed and telecast live in almost all the countries of the world.

In the United States, fans can catch the action on the ESPN Network. Viewers in the UK can watch every session from the start of the first practice session to the end of every race on Sky Sports. In India, the qualifying session and main race will be broadcast live on Star Sports. All practice sessions, qualifying sessions and the main races can be streamed live on Disney+Hotstar.

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