Formula 1 announced the provisional schedule for the 2023 season today. A record 24 races are set to be run on 5 continents, with Bahrain once again kicking of the season next March. The now traditional Abu Dhabi race will be the season-ender at the end of November.
Both China and Qatar will return next season, with a new race in Las Vegas slated to be the penultimate round (which interestingly will be held on a Saturday night).
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The FIA has announced a timeline that indicates this will not take place until next Monday (October 10), stating “the analysis of financial submissions is a long and complex process that is ongoing”.
The final teams are believed to have now submitted their accounts for 2021 and the FIA is understood to be aware of two breaches. Red Bull and Aston Martin have been named in the paddock as the two teams although this has not been officially confirmed.
Launched in June of this year, AEHRA has unveiled a few teaser shots of their first production EV, an “ultra premium all−electric SUV model”. The final design and name will be announced sometime next month.