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What will be the schedule for the 2023 Formula 1 season? Grand Prix dates and tracks

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The dates for 2023.

The Formula 1 season 2023 is starting to take shape. With the current run drawing to a close, motorsport’s top division has announced what it has Calendar games for the next campaign.

Will be a total of 24 Grand Prix, the most in Formula 1 history, and the much-anticipated event will make its debut in Las Vegas. On the other hand, there will be his return China and Qatar after a period of time off the calendar.

After the official calendar from Formula 1 in 2023.

What will be the schedule for the 2023 Formula 1 season?

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Number Date Big prize Circuit
1 March 5th Bahrain Bahrain International Circuit
two March, 19 Saudi Arabia Jeddah Circuit
3 April 2nd Australia Albert Park Circuit
4 April 16 China Shanghai International Circuit
5 April 30 Azerbaijan Baku street circuit
6 May 7 Miami Miami street circuit
7 May 21 Emilia Romagna Enzo and Dino Ferrari Racetrack – Imola
8 May 28 Monaco Monaco road circuit
9 June 4th Spain Circuit Barcelona-Catalonia
10 June 18 Canada Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
eleven July 2 Austria ring red bull
12 July 9 Britain silverstone circuit
13 July 23 Hungary Hungaroring circuit
14 July 30 Belgium Circuit of Spa-Francorchamps
fifteen August 27 Netherlands Circuit Zandvoort
16 September 3 Italy Monza Autodrome
17 September 17 Singapore Marina Bay Circuit
18 September 24 Japan suzuka circuit
19 October 8 damn Losail Circuit
twenty October 22 USA Circuit of the Americas
Twenty-one October 29 Mexico Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez
22 November 5 Brazil Circuit Jose Carlos Pace – Interlagos
23 November 18 Las Vegas Las Vegas Street Circuit
24 November 26 Abu Dhabi Yas Marina Circuit

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Who are the F1 drivers? The B-side of Valtteri Bottas: from military training to the basic support of a burger restaurant

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The Formula 1 It is one of the categories that moves the most money worldwide. Billions of dollars come in through sponsors, TV rights and tickets. However, as much goes in, much comes out: the maintenance/repair of the cars also represents a millionaire’s investment.

In The maximum, teams are the ones who take care of everything. However, in its early stages, it is the pilots plus their families who shoulder all these expenses. The SportingNews reviews not only his sporting history Valtteri Botasbut also his heritage, contracts and passions outside the world of motorsport.

Valtteri Bottas: the years in the army that strengthened him to reach Formula 1

To get to what he became (driver with twelve wins and 10 seasons in The maximum), Valtteri Botas had a long journey. What started with karting at the age of 6 continued in Formula Renault, Formula 3 Euroseries and the GP3 series until he reached F1 in 2013, at the hands of Williams.

However, this race had a pit stop at the age of 18. Like all Finns, Bottas was forced to join the Army and receive military training. The Alfa Romeo driver served “distinction and leadership”earning his grade Cape.

“I felt that it turned me from a boy to a man. For sure you learn more about yourself. you also learn to work well with a team and the benefit of being able to collaborate for something bigger like a team”, projection.

And he continued: “I didn’t really learn the driving skills there, but I learned to shoot and start fires in -30 degrees during the Finnish winter. Of course, I incorporated some kind of discipline as well as a lot of great experiences and it definitely put things in place.”

The support of the hamburger restaurant that paid tribute to him

for motor sports they need a lot of money and the Bottas family didn’t have the necessary to fund such an expensive sport. For this reason, Valtteri himself went on the hunt for sponsors. The home of fast food Kiosk Bar He was one of his first collaborators.

In honor of the pilot, today this site sells a hamburger for 7.70 euros (double meat, onion, cheese, tomato and mayonnaise). Yes, the price is no accident: it corresponds to the 77 used by Bottas. This also has an explanation behind it: he always liked the 7, but it was used in 2013 by Kimi Raikkonen, another Finn.

Once he succeeded, Bottas ventured your own business of gastronomy: as a coffee fanatic he is a co-owner Kahiwa Coffee Roasting in Lahti, Finland. He is also recognized as an excellent homemade pizza cook.

The biathlon, his other passion

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Although being a Formula 1 driver is a 24/7 job, Valtteri Bottas finds time to practice other sports. And the one who caught him was biathlon, which combines athletics and cycling in the same event.

She has her own charity competition, which she participates in year after year. On his social networks he shows his progress and usually uploads pictures of himself training. It also entertains him to try other activities such as American football or Australian rugby.

Is Valtteri Bottas a millionaire?

As mentioned earlier, Valtteri Bottas grew up in a family working middle class. However, since his arrival at maximummanaged to make a good financial difference.

He is estimated to earn $10 million in the 2022 season. To this we must add what he has won since making his F1 debut in 2013: his assets would exceed 50 million

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General producer of “Match TV” spoke about the terminated contracts with WWE and Formula 1

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The general producer of Match TV, Alexander Tashchin, spoke about the decision of the leadership of the WWE wrestling organization and Formula 1 to terminate contracts with the TV channel for display in Russia.

What agreements have been terminated? There were only two of them. WWE wrestling tournaments sent an email notification – and they had such a right by contract. Both Formula 1 and there, partly on a formal basis: there were nuances with payment – F 1 lacked the necessary documents, and they tried to use non-payment as a reason to exit the deal, which we disputed.

Then they decided to leave Russia altogether: the cancellation of the Grand Prix in Sochi, the break in relations with the promoter, Rosgonki. And there, the sanctions in England arrived in time – this, in fact, became the main reason for terminating the contract. With the rest, the agreements have only been suspended, – Taschin quotes the “Championship”.

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The head of Ferrari said that Schwartzman deserves a place in Formula 1. Previously, the Russian received an Israeli license

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The head of the Ferrari racing team, Mattia Binotto, called the Russian Robert Schwartzman a “fantastic racer”, noting that he deserves a place as a combat pilot in Formula 1.

Schwartzman will make his debut behind the wheel of a Ferrari F1-75 during first practice at the US Grand Prix on October 21. The Russian will temporarily take the place of the Monegasque Charles Leclerc or the Spaniard Carlos Sainz.

Robert is a fantastic racer. I think he is very fast, especially when driving a Formula 1 car. Whenever he drove our cars (on tests in Maranello) he was successful. There are drivers who can be good in Formula 3 or Formula 2, and then not shine at a higher level. Robert in this sense is the opposite.

This season he has worked a lot on the simulator, helping our team in the development of the current car. He has improved, he has developed new skills and is much more mature today than he was a year ago. And so I think he deserves a place (in Formula 1),” Binotto is quoted by Autosport.

Israeli-born Shvartsman, 23, has always represented Russia in international competitions but has now obtained an Israeli license to retain his right to race in the event of a total suspension of Russian drivers by the International Automobile Federation (FIA).

In the spring, the Russian Nikita Mazepin, who played for Haas, lost his place in Formula 1. Alexander Smolyar competes in Formula 3 under a neutral flag.

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