After an exciting opening weekend, the Formula 1 season rolls onto its next destination.
The Bahrain Grand Prix got things under way after a long wait for action to resume over the winter as Max Verstappen won the opening race with ease in his quest for a third world championship.
Now attention turns to the second week of the calendar. But when is the next race? And where is it held?
The Sporting News looks ahead to the second race weekend of the season and provides all the scheduling and venue information you need…
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Where is the next F1 race?
The next race of the season will take place in Saudi Arabia, at the Jeddah Corniche circuit on the west coast of the nation.
When is next F1 race?
Drivers will get a rest weekend in between the first and second races of 2023.
The Saudi Arabia grand prix is held on the weekend of March 17 to 19.
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Race schedule and start time for Saudi Arabia grand prix
All times are local time
- Friday March 17, 1.30pm-2.20pm – Practice 1
- Friday March 17, 5pm-6pm – Practice 2
- Saturday March 18, 1.30-2.30pm – Practice 3
- Saturday March 18, 5pm-6pm – Qualifying
- Sunday March 19, 5pm – The Race
Saudi Arabia is eight hours ahead of U.S. ET time and three hours ahead of GMT time.
F1 2023 calendar
Formula 1 will race at 23 different circuits in 20 countries during the 2023 season. This is what the full calendar looks like:
|March 5||Bahrain Grand Prix||Bahrain||Sakhir International Circuit|
|March 19||Saudi Arabian Grand Prix||Saudi Arabia||Jeddah Corniche Circuit|
|April 2||Australian Grand Prix||Australia||Albert Park|
|April 30||Azerbaijan Grand Prix||Azerbaijan||Baku City Circuit|
|May 7||Miami Grand Prix||USA||Miami International Autodrome|
|May 21||Emilia Romagna Grand Prix||Italy||Imola Circuit|
|May 28||Monaco Grand Prix||Monaco||Circuit de Monaco|
|June 4||Spanish Grand Prix||Spain||Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya|
|June 18||Canadian Grand Prix||Canada||Circuit Gilles Villeneuve|
|July 2||Austrian Grand Prix||Austria||Red Bull Ring|
|July 9||British Grand Prix||United Kingdom||Silverstone Circuit|
|July 23||Hungarian Grand Prix||Hungary||Hungaroring|
|July 30||Belgian Grand Prix||Belgium||Circuit de Spa Francorchamps|
|Aug. 27||Dutch Grand Prix||Netherlands||Circuit Zandvoort|
|Sept. 3||Italian Grand Prix||Italy||Monza Circuit|
|Sept. 17||Singapore Grand Prix||Singapore||Marina Bay Street Circuit|
|Sept. 24||Japanese Grand Prix||Japan||Suzuka Circuit|
|Oct. 8||Qatar Grand Prix||Qatar||Lusail International Circuit|
|Oct. 22||United States Grand Prix||USA||Circuit of the Americas|
|Oct. 29||Mexico City Grand Prix||Mexico||Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez|
|Nov. 5||Sao Paulo Grand Prix||Brazil||Interlagos Circuit|
|Nov. 18||Las Vegas Grand Prix||USA||Las Vegas Street Circuit|
|Nov. 26||Abu Dhabi Grand Prix||UAE||Yas Marina Circuit|
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