F1schedule: When is the next F1 race and where is it being held?

Henry Valantine
Red Bull driver Max Verstappen on track during the Dutch Grand Prix. Zandvoort, September 2022.

The F1 schedule is more packed than ever, with a joint-record calendar in place for 2023 before the season expands even further for 2024.

With races taking place all over the world and at a higher rate than ever, it can sometimes be hard to keep up with the world of Formula 1 and where on Earth the sport is ending up next.

But fear not, we have you covered with what is coming next and which races are left in the Formula 1 season.

Which race is next on the F1 schedule?

Round 14: Dutch Grand Prix

The F1 schedule will restart after the sport’s summer break at the Dutch Grand Prix, which will undoubtedly display a sea of orange for Max Verstappen’s home race.

The Red Bull driver will be hot favourite to take victory in front of his adoring home fans, with the Dutchman having done so on both occasions at the seaside circuit since it returned to Formula 1.

When is the Dutch Grand Prix?

The Dutch Grand Prix will take place on the weekend of 25-27 August 2023, with the race due to start on Sunday 27 August at 3pm CET [2pm BST].

Where is the Dutch Grand Prix?

Circuit Zandvoort returned to the F1 schedule in 2021 after the track underwent a huge series of renovations to get it up to scratch to host modern Formula 1.

With there being understandable clamour to bring the sport to the Netherlands with a home hero to cheer on in Max Verstappen, Zandvoort became an instant hit among the drivers for its banked corners and fast, tight, challenging nature.

Overtaking is a challenge, but it can be done with two DRS zones in play.

Is the Dutch Grand Prix an F1 Sprint weekend?

No, a standard Formula 1 race weekend format is in use at Zandvoort, with Free Practice 1 and 2 on Friday 25 August, before FP3 and Qualifying on Saturday 26 August, and the Dutch Grand Prix on Sunday 27 August.

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Which races remain on the 2023 F1 schedule?

Round 15: Italian Grand Prix, 1-3 September
一轮16:新加坡大奖赛,9月15 - 17日
Round 17: Japanese Grand Prix, 22-24 September
Round 18: Qatar Grand Prix, 6-8 October
Round 19: United States Grand Prix, 20-22 October
Round 20: Mexico City Grand Prix, 27-29 October
Round 21: Sao Paulo Grand Prix, 3-5 November
Round 22: Las Vegas Grand Prix, 16-18 November
Round 23: Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, 24-26 November

*Round 6, Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, was cancelled, leaving a 22-race season.

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