There will be 23 races in the 2023 Formula 1 World Championship. Six of them will be sprint races, according to the FIA.
A list of the drivers and teams, as well as their sports and company names, has also been released. Logan Sargeant and Oscar Piastri are among the rookies, while Fernando Alonso has added his mother’s surname to the official FIA list, joining Sergio Perez in doing so. Alonso Diaz is the Spaniard’s name, while Perez Mendoza is the Mexican’s.
Likewise, team names are also changing. Oracle will once again appear in Red Bull’s name, BWT will appear in Alpine’s name, while Cognizant will remain in Aston Martin’s name. Haas will now be called MoneyGram Haas F1 Team after dropping Uralkali last season.
Schedules have also been finalized, with Las Vegas topping the list, not just for the scenery but also for the schedule, which will change somewhat with free practice on Thursday, qualifying on Friday, and the race taking place on Saturday.
As well, the names of teams are changing. Oracle will be used again by Red Bull, BWT will be used by Alpine, while Cognizant will remain a part of Aston Martin’s name. Haas, which dropped Uralkali last season, will now be known as MoneyGram Haas F1 Team.
On Saturday night, the race will take place at 22:00 local time, which is 6:00 Sunday morning in the UK.
There will be three races in the USA next year, showing how the sport is growing in the country, as well as four trips to the Middle East: Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Abu Dhabi, Bahrain.