Formula 1 has several possible options to replace its cancelled Chinese Grand Prix, but it may not choose any of them.
Formula 1 will not race in China next season after it the series confirmed its scheduled round in Shanghai has been cancelled.
The venues which will host Formula 1’s six sprint races next year have been chosen, though at least one remains subject to change.
Zhou Guanyu admits he has concerns over whether next season’s Chinese Grand Prix will be able to go ahead as planned due to Covid restrictions in his country.
Formula 1’s first visit to Las Vegas in the eighties was not a success but the team behind next year’s new race aim for the event to secure a long-term future.
The Singapore Grand Prix track layout will change next year and again in subsequent seasons when a new stadium section is completed.
The recently-announced 2023 Formula 1 calendar includes a record 24 races, but the series is working on a strategy to add a 25th.
Formula 1 has confirmed it will double the number of sprint races next season to six, in addition to the 24 grands prix.
The team principal of Formula 1’s only American squad says the series has chosen the right time to add a third race in the country.
The Monaco Grand Prix will remain part of the Formula 1 world championship for the next three years after the series agreed a new deal with the race-organising Automobile Club of Monaco.
The FIA World Motor Sport Council has approved the 2023 F1 calendar which will feature a record-breaking 24 races.
The street circuit which will hold Formula 1’s new Las Vegas Grand Prix from 2023 has been changed by the addition of a new chicane.
Zhou Guanyu is confident he will keep his place on the Formula 1 grid next year – and that he will have the chance to compete in his home grand prix.
Formula 1 drivers welcomed the confirmation the series will return to Spa-Francorchamps next year following the revisions made to the track.
The Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps will reappear on the 2023 Formula 1 calendar, the series has officially confirmed.
The at-risk Belgian Grand Prix looks likely to gain a late reprieve and claim a place on the 2023 Formula 1 calendar.
The promoters of the French Grand Prix have acknowledged the race will not feature on the 2023 Formula 1 calendar but hope it can return in subsequent seasons.
The Belgian Grand Prix may yet get a place on next year’s F1 calendar. A survey of fans in the UK found over 80% want the race at Spa to stay.
The date of the Las Vegas Grand Prix, one of multiple new rounds being added to the 2023 Formula 1 calendar, has been revealed in a letter leaked on social media.
Formula 1 is exploring ways to use the facility it is building to host next year’s Las Vegas Grand Prix for other activities during the year.