F1 has unveiled the race calendar for the 2023 season, which includes 24 tests, but despite expectations there is no race in South Africa, and the Chinese Grand Prix has also been given its place. The season, which will be a record in terms of volume if all the races are held, will start in March in Bahrain and end in November in Abu Dhabi, and when creating the calendar, they took into account the date of the prestigious 24 Hours of Le Mans race, which will take place between 10 and June 11, between the F1 races for the Spanish Grand Prix and the Canadian Grand Prix. "The 24 races on the 2023 championship calendar are further proof of the growth and appeal of the sport worldwide," said FIA President Mohammed Ben Sulayem. Some races have been given new dates, for example the Azerbaijan Grand Prix is moving from its usual June location to April 30, and although they wanted to hold the races
Due to the tightening of conditions for travel from Great Britain to Turkey, Formula 1 decided to cancel the race there and replace it with an additional race in Austria. The situation with the number of infections in Turkey has deteriorated sharply in recent days, so Formula 1 has decided to cancel the race for the Grand Prix of Turkey, and again add to the calendar the race for the Grand Prix of Styria, which will be scheduled for June 27, the very next end. of the week, July 4, there will also be a race for the Austrian Grand Prix. Both races will, like last year, take place at the Red Bull Ring. The calendar was hit by another change, namely the date of the race in France, which will be scheduled for June 20, a week earlier than originally planned. Updated F1 2021 race calendar:
The MotoGP caravan will not stop at the KymiRing racetrack in Finland this year, as the race of this year's championship there was canceled due to the tightening of travel due to the covid19 virus. The race will be replaced by the second race in Austria, which will be named after the Styrian Grand Prix, and the premier MotoGP race is expected to take place at the racetrack next season. Meanwhile, serious doubts are also being raised about the conduct of the race in Australia. Authorities there have also closed borders due to the corona virus.
The FIA WMSC Council has officially blessed the Formula 1 racing calendar for the 2021 season, thus also confirming the longest season of all time. In the next season, the royal class of motorsport will carry out the announced 23 races. Which race will take the city of Vietnam, however, is still open. The new season will begin on March 21 in Melbourne and end on December 5 in Abu Dhabi. There are no major deviations compared to the provisional calendar, we have only one exception. Sao Paulo is back on the calendar again as the planned Brazilian race on Rio de Janeiro’s new track was not feasible. What’s more, Formula 1 will stay in Sao Paulo for at least five years, as they have signed a contract with the organizers at Interlagos until 2025. But from next season, the race will no longer be called & nbs
After the news leaked to the public that this year's MotoGP season will start in Jerez, Spain in mid-July with a few months delay, Jerez has now announced that the first two races of the championship will take place at the Angela Nieta racetrack, at consecutive ends. week, and the WSBK race will follow on the same track on the third weekend. Dorne boss Carmelo Ezpeleta said the races for the Czech and Austrian Grand Prix will keep the scheduled August dates, and this year's season, which will include ten to eleven races, will end in early November. It is rumored that two races could also be held in Barcelona, and it will not become clear until September if it will be possible to include any of the non-European races on the calendar. A new calendar for this season is expected to be released towards the end of May.
The Sports Council of the International Automobile Federation (FIA) has approved a calendar of races for the 2019 season, which will include as many as 21 races, starting on March 17 and ending only on December 1. However, the new technical and sports rules we have already reported on have also been confirmed and include: a new position of the rear-view mirrors for better visibility behind the car a new position of the TV transmission cameras to make the halo guard ring less annoying on the rear wings changed to make it easier for the racer to get out.
The leading men of Formula One have announced the end of two long-standing traditions. Until now, a representative of the fairer (and more beautiful) sex stood next to each car, whose task was mainly to hold a board with his start number at the starting point of the racer. Liberty Media is abolishing hostesses in a series of changes that it has been introducing since taking over this season, which we will no longer see even in Formula 2 and GP3. The commercial boss of Formula One, Sean Bratches, explained the decision, which angered quite a few spectators, that the girls on the starting line no longer fit the "new image" of Formula One. “Over the past year, we have explored several areas where we feel changes are needed to make this great sport in line with our vision,” he wrote in a press release. "Although they were grid
We present you the unofficial calendar of races of the 2018 season, in which we will follow the race in Thailand for the first time. As in the last few years, the season will start on March 18 in Qatar and end in Valencia, only a little later than before, as the Valencia GP is scheduled for November 18. Among the venues on the agenda remains Silverstone, which will also host the British Grand Prix in the 2018 season, which is supposed to move to the Donington racetrack, but the racetrack has not yet been completely renovated. With the new Buriram venue in Thailand, the season will be one race longer and will have a total of 19 racing weekends. MotoGP Racing Calendar 2018 Once you're here ... ... we'd ask you a big favor. Never before has so many people read our World of Speed portal, but ad revenues are small and they are still falling. Yours
FIM and Dorna have announced that the now published race calendar of the 2017 season has also been officially confirmed. On it, the biggest change came to the race for the Grand Prix of the Czech Republic and Austria. Brno will be on the program this year before the race at the Red Bull Ring. MotoGP 2017 Racing Calendar:
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