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F1 2023

What time do F1 races start in 2023?

Here are all the timings you need for each and every F1 qualifying, sprint and race in the 2023 season with 23 races between March and November.

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Formula 1 drivers are set for their longest-ever season in 2023 with a record-equalling 23 Grands Prix and six sprint events on the calendar.

RacingNews365.com has rounded up all the crucial times you need for each Qualifying, Sprint and Grand Prix throughout the season - and to make sure you never miss a session, you can download our calendar and sync it to your device by clicking here.

What time do F1 races start in 2023?

The season-opener in Bahrain is on March 5th, with lights out planned for 15:00 UK time, or 12:00 Eastern Time.

Races in Europe will begin at 14:00 local CET time throughout the season, with the exception of the British Grand Prix, which is a 15:00 start.

Events in Australia and Japan are both set to be early starts for those in Europe or America with 06:00 UK starts scheduled.

There are also set to be three Grands Prix in America, with Miami set for a 20:30 UK start and the United States Grand Prix at Austin 20:00 UK.

The final and third Grand Prix on American soil is in Las Vegas on November 18th - a Saturday night and the first race not held on a Sunday since the 1985 South African Grand Prix.

Lights out in Vegas is planned for a 06:00 UK start time on Sunday morning, but due to the time differences involved, it will be a 22:00 local start in Nevada - in prime time.

That is a 01:00 start on the East coast.

The season-finale in Abu Dhabi is set for a 13:00 UK start.

For the full rundown of what time F1 races start in 2023, check out the complete timetable below.

What time do F1 races start in 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

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