The FIA has confirmed the starting times for all 23 races on the 2023 Formula 1 calendar.
The first practice session on the Las Vegas Street Circuit will begin at 6:30pm local time on Thursday 16th November, which will by 2:30am on the following Friday for viewers in the UK. As previously announced the race will start at 10pm local time on Saturday night, 6am on Sunday morning in the UK.
With the return of the Qatar Grand Prix, six rounds on the 2023 calendar will be held at night. These are joined by the Bahrain, Saudi Arabian, Singapore and Abu Dhabi grands prix.
The Brazilian Grand Prix will begin one hour earlier than it did last year. Other than that the start times of the existing rounds on the championship are unchanged.
As previously confirmed the rounds at Baku, Red Bull Ring, Spa-Francorchamps, Losail, Circuit of the Americas and Interlagos will be sprint events.
2023 F1 race starting times
|Event||Track||Date||Race start time (local)||Race start time (UK)|
|Bahrain Grand Prix||Bahrain International Circuit||5 March||18:00||15:00|
|Saudi Arabian Grand Prix||Jeddah Corniche Circuit||19 March||20:00||17:00|
|Australian Grand Prix||Albert Park||2 April||15:00||06:00|
|Azerbaijan Grand Prix||Baku City Circuit||30 April||15:00||12:00|
|Miami Grand Prix||Miami International Autodrome||7 May||15:30||20:30|
|Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix||Imola||21 May||15:00||14:00|
|Monaco Grand Prix||Monaco||28 May||15:00||14:00|
|Spanish Grand Prix||Circuit de Catalunya||4 June||15:00||14:00|
|Canadian Grand Prix||Circuit Gilles Villeneuve||18 June||14:00||19:00|
|Austrian Grand Prix||Red Bull Ring||2 July||15:00||14:00|
|British Grand Prix||Silverstone||9 July||15:00||15:00|
|Hungarian Grand Prix||Hungaroring||23 July||15:00||14:00|
|Belgian Grand Prix||Spa-Francorchamps||30 July||15:00||14:00|
|Dutch Grand Prix||Zandvoort||27 August||15:00||14:00|
|Italian Grand Prix||Monza||3 September||15:00||14:00|
|Singapore Grand Prix||Singapore||17 September||20:00||13:00|
|Japanese Grand Prix||Suzuka||24 September||14:00||06:00|
|Qatar Grand Prix||Losail International Circuit||8 October||17:00||15:00|
|United States Grand Prix||Circuit of the Americas||22 October||14:00||20:00|
|Mexican Grand Prix||Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez||29 October||14:00||20:00|
|Brazilian Grand Prix||Interlagos||5 November||14:00||17:00|
|Las Vegas Grand Prix||Las Vegas Street Circuit||18 November||22:00||06:00|
|Abu Dhabi Grand Prix||Yas Marina||26 November||17:00||13:00|
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