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MAR 20th 2023

Ben Miles

2023 F1 standings and calendar

The 2023 Formula 1 world championship is underway, with Red Bull seemingly the favourites for both championships after a dominant start to the season.

But while the reigning champions kick on from last year's success, both Ferrari and Mercedes have struggled to get going. Aston Martin have so far led the rest of the field in a desperate bid to reign in Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez.

There are 23 races scheduled to take place following the cancellation of the Chinese Grand Prix. The season began in Bahrain in early March and will close in Abu Dhabi in late November. This year we will also see the debut of the much-anticipated Las Vegas Grand Prix, as well as a return to Qatar after a year out due to the football World Cup.


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