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Formula 1 unveil busiest ever calendar for 2023

The newly announced Formula 1 schedule sees 24 race events scheduled between the start of March and the end of November next year. The season is once again set to be bookended by Bahrain and Abu Dhabi while Las Vegas will be the only new location to be visited and is currently listed to debut as the penultimate round, between Brazil and Abu Dhabi. The long awaited return to Nevada, after two races at Caesars Palace in the early 80s, will see it as the third Grand Prix in the USA during the season and the fifth on the North American continent. China looks like to will be making its return to the championship for the first time since covid hit while Qatar will be back after sitting out the...
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