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F1 start times 2023

What time do F1 races start in 2023? You will find it here!

F1 start times 2023

Date Grand Prix Qualifying (UK time) Sprint (UK time) Race (UK time)
March 3rd-5th Bahrain 15:00 N/A 15:00
March 17th-19th Saudi Arabia 17:00 N/A 17:00
March 31st-April 2nd Australia 06:00 N/A 06:00
April 28th-30th Azerbaijan 14:00 (Friday) 14:30 (Saturday) 12:00
May 5th-7th Miami 21:00 N/A 20:30
May 19th-21st Emilia Romagna 15:00 N/A 14:00
May 26th-28th Monaco 15:00 N/A 14:00
June 2nd-4th Spain 15:00 N/A 14:00
June 16th-18th Canada 21:00 N/A 19:00
June 30th-July 2nd Austria 16:00 (Friday) 15:30 (Saturday) 14:00
July 7th-9th Great Britain 15:00 N/A 15:00
July 21st-23rd Hungary 15:00 N/A 14:00
July 28th-30th Belgium 16:00 (Friday) 15:30 (Saturday) 14:00
August 25th-27th Netherlands 15:00 N/A 14:00
September 1st-3rd Italy 15:00 N/A 14:00
September 15th-17th Singapore 14:00 N/A 13:00
September 22nd-24th Japan 06:00 N/A 07:00
October 6th-8th Qatar 15:00 (Friday) 15:30 (Saturday) 15:00
October 20th-22nd United States 22:00 (Friday) 23:00 (Saturday) 20:00
October 27th-29th Mexico City 21:00 N/A 20:00
November 3rd-5th Brazil 18:00 (Friday) 18:30 (Saturday) 17:00
November 17th-19th Las Vegas 08:00 N/A 06:00 - 22:00 local time Saturday
November 24th-26th Abu Dhabi 14:00 N/A 13:00

F1 schedule

The overview of the complete F1 schedule can be found here. Here you can see all the start times of the 2023 F1 season, both of the free practice sessions, qualifications and (sprint) races.

Download all F1 start times for your agenda

To make sure you don't miss anything, you can download the 2023 Formula 1 calendar and put it directly into your diary. How to do that, you can read in this article.

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