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Australian GP date firming on elongated F1 2023 calendar

A date for the 2023 Australian Grand Prix looks set A date for next year's Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix looks all but settled as the sport's commercial bosses piece together what is expected to be a 24-event 2023 calendar. Australia's place on the calendar is assured until 2035 following a new deal announced in the run in to last weekend's Canadian Grand Prix. Albert Park will host the opening round on five occasions during that period, with 2024 slated to be the next time the season opens in Melbourne. We can therefore deduce that the 2023 event will be Round 3, following the season-opener in Bahrain and then the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix. With Ramadan a consideration in the Middle...
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