F1 2023. The 2023 F1 season promises to be epic with 24 races on its calendar, including a return to Las Vegas in addition to Miami and Austin. Here are all the dates on the F1 2023 calendar.

[Updated March 2, 2023 at 12:32 p.m.] Here we go again! After a winter marked by numerous transfers, including the retirement of four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel, F1 is starting a 2023 season of all records, starting with the number of Grands Prix planned, 24 including three in the United States. United since after discovering Miami last year, F1 will return to Las Vegas on an unprecedented circuit laid out around the famous Strip.

F1 fans will also closely follow the debut of young rookies Logan Sargeant at Williams, the first American driver since 2015, and Oscar Piastri the promising Australian who slammed the door of the academy to join McLaren on the sly during a transfer which got the whole paddock talking. Others will scrutinize the full season debut of the most experienced Nyck de Vries at Alpha Tauri replacing Pierre Gasly whose Franco-French and even 100% Norman team with Esteban Ocon at Alpine is already making a lot of noise. Finally, Ferrari with its new French boss Frédéric Vasseur, will it finally manage to shake up Red Bull while Mercedes is also dreaming of returning to the forefront to unbolt Max Verstappen? So many exciting questions and duels on the track to follow until November 26, the date of the last Grand Prix on the 2023 calendar. It will be in Abu Dhabi. Here is all you need to know.

The 2023 Formula 1 season is expected to feature 24 Grands Prix, a record between March 5 at Sakhir for the Bahrain Grand Prix and November 24, 2022 at Yas Marina on the Abu Dhabi circuit. Here is the full schedule for F1 2023:

No change in the paddock. While some official team names may change, these are simple changes related to title sponsors. There will be 10 teams at the start of the 2023 season, therefore 20 single-seaters on the starting grid.

A lot of changes on the grid with transfers, departures and newcomers arriving in F1. If the status quo is in order in the top 3 composed of Red Bull, Mercedes and Ferrari, Alpine and McLaren have changed a driver. Here is the composition of the grid this year.