The Grands Prix in Azerbaijan, Austria, Belgium, Qatar, the USA and Brazil are the six races Formula 1 has chosen to host ‘sprint’ events in 2023.
The record was agreed after evaluation of which tracks can be greatest suited and discussions of economic phrases with the race organisers.
The variety of sprint events is doubling as a result of F1 says they improve income and tv audiences.
The format of the occasion will stay the identical because the sprint weekends this yr.
A brief race on Saturday, with factors for the primary eight finishers, defines the grid for the primary grand prix.
The grid for the sprint is about by a normal qualifying, moved to Friday afternoon from its regular slot on Saturday.
The first sprint can be on the Azerbaijan Grand Prix in Baku on 28-30 April, which can be both the third or fourth race of the season relying on whether or not F1 replaces the cancelled Chinese Grand Prix.
The Austrian occasion is 30 June to 2 July, Belgium on 28-30 July, Qatar on 6-8 October, the US race in Austin, Texas, on 20-22 October, and Brazil on 3-5 November.
F1 has been fine-tuning its evaluation of which tracks are greatest suited to internet hosting sprint events.
It had needed to host a sprint occasion in Saudi Arabia, the second race of the season on 17-19 March, however Saudi authorities baulked on the charge being demanded.
An F1 assertion asserting the six sprint events mentioned that in 2022 the Austrian sprint occasion had a 39% improve in viewers in contrast with qualifying on the similar race the yr earlier than.
“We have seen a massively optimistic response to the F1 Sprint events through the first two years of its working,” mentioned F1 president and chief government officer Stefano Domenicali.
“We cannot wait to convey much more motion to followers with six events subsequent yr, together with our first US F1 sprint in Austin.
“The introduction of the F1 sprint has created a race weekend that features three days of aggressive racing motion and brings extra leisure to followers of the game, in addition to extra worth for key stakeholders together with groups, broadcasters, companions, and host venues.”