#F1 2023 Videos

With Red Bull dominating last year, in the 2023 season the pressure is on for Ferrari and Mercedes to raise their game and get back to the front. At the same time, competition in the mid-field is anticipated to be tighter than ever - however can any of these teams close the gap to the front three and be fighting for podium places?

The 23 race schedule for the year is set out as follows:

5th March - Bahrain (Bahrain International Circuit)
19th March - Saudi Arabia (Jeddah Street Circuit)
2nd April - Australia (Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit)
30th April - Azerbaijan (Baku City Circuit) (S)
7th May - Miama (Miami International Autodrome)
21st May - Italy (Imola)
28th May - Monaco (Monte Carlo)
4th June - Spain (Circuit de Catalunya)
18th June - Cananda (Gilles Villeneuve)
2nd July - Austria (Red Bull Ring) (S)
9th July - Great Britain (Silverstone)
23rd July - Hungary (Hungaroring)
30th July - Belgium (Spa) (S)
27th August - Netherlands (Zandvoort)
3rd September - Italy (Monza)
17th September - Singapore (Marina Bay)
24th September - Japan (Suzuka)
8th October - Qatar (Lusail) (S)
22nd October - United States (Circuit of the Americas) (S)
29th October - Mexico (Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez)
5th November - Brazil (Interlagos) (S)
18th November - Las Vegas (Las Vegas)
26th November - Abu Dhabi (Yas Marina)

(S) - A sprint race will also take place at this event

March 2023

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December 2022

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October 2022