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21 Sep 2022
In the new season, the Formula 1 race schedule will be a record-breaking one.

In the new season, the Formula 1 race schedule will be a record-breaking one.
The record-breaking Formula 1 calendar for 2023 has been published. Traditionally, the season starts in Bahrain and ends in Abu Dhabi, and it lists 24 Grand Prix. New features include the return of racing to China (currently in provisional status) and Qatar, as well as the first race in Las Vegas. There are two built-in stages in the calendar, these are Imola-Monaco-Spain and Austin-Mexico-Sao Paulo. Azerbaijan also remained on the list, which will receive pilots in April.
Other changes in the calendar relate to the dates of the races. So, for example, the Belgian stage in Spa will be held on July 28-30, while Azerbaijan was postponed from early summer to spring. For China, certainty will appear when the situation with the coronavirus in the country becomes clearer. The stage in France was excluded altogether.
The schedule of the first five stages is as follows:

March 3-5 - Bahrain Grand Prix (Sakhir)

March 17-19 - Saudi Arabian Grand Prix (Jeddah)

March 31-April 2 - Australian Grand Prix (Albert Park, Melbourne)

April 14-16 (preliminary) - Chinese Grand Prix (Shanghai)

April 28-30 - Azerbaijan Grand Prix (Baku)

Miami (5-7 May)

Italian Imola (19-21 May)

Monaco (26-28 May)

Barcelona (2-4 June)

Canada (Montreal, 16-18 June)

Austria (30 June-July 2)

Silverstone in the UK (July 7-9)

Hungary (July 21-23)

Belgium (July 28-30).

This will be followed by a four-week break, after which Formula 1 will arrive in the

Netherlands (August 25-27)

September 1-3 - Italian Grand Prix (Monza)

September 15-17 - Singapore Grand Prix (Marina Bay)

September 22-24 - Japanese Grand Prix (Suzuka)

October 6-8 - Qatar Grand Prix (Losail)

October 20-22 US Grand Prix (Austin)

October 27-29 - Mexico City Grand Prix (Rodriguez Brothers Circuit)

November 3-5 - Sao Paulo Grand Prix (Interlagos)

November 16-18 - the Las Vegas Grand Prix

November 24-26 in Abu Dhabi ("Yas Marina", UAE).


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12 Aug 2021
French racer François Guissy overtakes a Ferrari F430 on a bike with three hydrogen peroxide jet engines.

French racer François Guissy overtakes a Ferrari F430 on a bike with three hydrogen peroxide jet engines.

The two-wheeled bike accelerated to a speed of 333 km/h in 4.8 seconds.


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