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F2 / F3 | 2023 calendars published: Australia confirmed, return to Monte Carlo for Formula 3 |

All historical locations of the two tournaments are intact, with 14 and 10 rounds respectively

Even the F2 and F3 calendars for 2023 finally have a clue. There will be no specific news for the F1 preparatory series, as the first will maintain the 14-round schedule while the second will rise to ten.

Compared to what we saw (and continue to see, in relation to F2) this year, the two championships They will land as it is already known in Australia in Melbourne, the first for both series to face one of the longest away matches of a World Championship season. For formula three, there will also be a return to Montecarlo after 11 years of GP3 experience for 2012, which has remained unique.

like F1Even F2 will not renew his visit to the Paul Ricard circuit in France, while F3 to make way for Monte Carlo has canceled Zandvoort’s appointment. Therefore, in the Netherlands, F2 will only go after the summer break.

The rest of the program is a confirmation regarding 2022. It will start at the end of the first week of March in Bahrain and then land in Saudi Arabia, where only F2 will compete. On the weekend of April 2, it will be Australia’s turn, followed by Baku (Formula 2 only) and then the European racing sequence.

The European Grand Prix in which the preparatory series will be held are Emilia-Romagna, Monaco, Spain, Austria, Great Britain, Hungary, Belgium, the Netherlands (only F2) and Italy. Monza will once again host the Grand Final of the Formula 3 race, while Formula 2 will close the Games after only two and a half months in Abu Dhabi.

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Stefano Domenicali, F1 President and CEO, said: “We are honored to confirm the F2 and F3 calendars and look forward to another season as drivers race for titles and have a chance to reach the top of the motorsport ladder. These championships continue to play a pivotal role in cultivating the talent of the future, and we are proud to see the next generation of Formula 1 drivers in 14 events. Over the course of the 2023 season, on circuits in the hearts of fans, with the novelty of the trip to “Albert Park and the first time for F3 in Monte Carlo”.

FIA President Mohammed bin Sulayem added: “With the last two rungs on the motorsport ladder, I am delighted that F2 and F3 continue to race alongside Formula 1. There is no better preparation than to compete on tracks of the highest quality standards and I can’t wait to see the next generation of drivers take on this new challenge.”

Final word from the CEO of the two series, Bruno Michel: “The F2 calendar will have 14 rounds, as in 2022. We have seen more excitement than ever, with a total of 28 races, and we wanted to keep it also for 2023. There are many episodes that could have hosted us but we have to put in We have always considered costs related to adding new bids.So we have decided to keep the recruitment cap at 14 for next season, to ensure teams’ budgets remain at the same level.We have added Melbourne to the calendar and F3 will also go to Monte Carlo, which will provide teams and drivers with a new challenge which I am sure he will appreciate Also by fans.

Instead, F3 will play ten rounds, one more than in 2022. The tournament will also visit three continents, more than in all previous seasons. Despite the increase in the number of races, we have paid special attention to team budgets and will cover transportation costs to ensure they do not go up too high.”.

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These are the full calendars for F2 and F3 2023. The pre-season team test locations have not been revealed.

F2 / F3 |  Published 2023 calendars: Australia confirmed, return to Monte Carlo for Formula 3

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