Formula 1: Race Schedule

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On this page you will find all the information you need to keep track of F1 times and how you can watch Formula 1 on TV and stream. gives you the latest updates and a constantly updated TV table so you can get an overview of all broadcasts of Formula 1 today. Above we have gathered information from all broadcasting companies and created a user-friendly and easy-to-understand table for both TV and stream where all of the season's live Formula 1 races are included.

Where can I watch Formula 1 on TV & stream?

As the exclusive rights holder of Formula 1 broadcasts in the US, ESPN and the ESPN streaming platform give you access to all of this season's F1 races. ESPN is the services for those who can't get enough of motorsport and especially Formula 1. With ESPN in your portfolio, you can follow the entire F1 weekend live with everything from the training sessions to the Sunday's final race live. Use the table above to get answers to questions like "When does F1 start today?". guarantees you the latest information and a quick overview of upcoming Formula 1 broadcasts on TV and stream.

The Formula 1 broadcasts are framed by an interesting studio where you can take part in expert analysis and interviews from the pitlane. The studio usually starts an hour before the race on Sundays and continues for a good while after the race to summarize the race. Formula 1 on ESPN streaming allows you to watch the broadcasts afterwards and rewind if you missed something. With ESPN streaming service you can also access a range of exciting extras such as Onboard, Pitlane, Track Positioning and Onboard.

Formula 1 on TV & Stream

F1 has emerged as one of the most popular sports in recent years and every race weekend millions of viewers sit in front of the screens to follow the excitement of Formula 1 on TV or stream. The races, which are held on weekends, normally start with three practice sessions followed by a qualifying race. All of these races can usually be followed via both TV and stream. If you choose to stream Formula 1, you can access a variety of interesting bonus content where you, for example, get access to unique camera angles from inside the pitlane and live reporting from all the cars' positioning on the track.

With you will never miss Formula 1 on TV or stream again. The table gives you the perfect overview of all upcoming broadcasts, whether it is Formula 1 on TV today or any of the upcoming races. The Formula 1 times shown in the table above are start times for the races. If you want to see studio broadcasts before and after the race, we recommend that you turn on the TV or your stream well before the race starts.

F1 broadcasts on TV are usually around three hours long, excluding the studio. Depending on how the race progresses and how many times the safety car needs to come out, the broadcast time can vary.

Formula 1 - List of all drivers & teams

Each Formula 1 season usually consists of 20 drivers spread over 10 teams, 2 drivers per team. For each race, the drivers receive points according to their position in the race and these are summarized in a table where the winner of the F1 season is the driver who tops the table after all the races of the season are completed. The constructors behind the cars also compete in a similar table where they receive points according to how their respective cars perform during the races.

F1 Drivers & Teams 2023

Alfa Romeo
Guanyu Zhou
Valtteri Bottas Alpha Tauri
Pierre Gasly
Yuki Tsunoda Alpine
Fernando Alonso
Esteban Ocon Aston Martin
Sebastian Vettel
Lance Stroll
Nico Hülkenberg Ferrari
Charles Leclerc
Carlos Sainz Haas
Kevin Magnussen
Mick Schumacher McLaren
Daniel Ricciardo
Lando Norris Mercedes
Lewis Hamilton
George Russell Red Bull
Max Verstappen
Sergio Pérez Williams
Nicholas Latifi
Alexander Albon *Updated January 2023

Stall and driver changes in Formula 1 for the 2023 season

Ahead of the 2023 Formula 1 season, there are some changes to consider. Among other things, Honda has returned as an engine manufacturer for Red Bull Racing and Alpha Tauri. The new contract extends until 2025. Both teams' engines will be branded with Honda RBPT.

On the driver front, there is a range of news for the 2023 season. Among the most notable news is the departure of Sebastian Vettel from Formula 1. The four-time Formula 1 champion chose to leave Formula 1 for the 2023 season and will be replaced by another experienced driver, Fernando Alonso. Alonso will take Vettel's place at Aston Martin and the Spaniard is coming off a two-year stint with Alpine. Consequently, Fernando Alonso's place will be replaced by Pierre Gasly who comes from Alpha Tauri, which in turn has signed the former Formula 2 driver, Nyck de Vries, for the coming season.

Other drivers who have changed teams for the 2023 season:
Oscar Piastri replaces Daniel Riccardo (McLaren).
Logan Sergeant replaces Nicholas Latifi (Williams)
Nico Hülkenberg replaces Mick Schumacher (Haas)

Formula 1 race calendar

This season's Formula 1 races span the globe, with the 2023 season taking place at 23 different circuits. Most of the tracks are recurring each season but there are also some tracks that are added and dropped from one season to another. Below is a summary of the 2023 Formula 1 season's tracks and information on when each race is scheduled to take place.

Bahrain Grand Prix - March 5
Saudi Arabian Grand Prix - March 19
Australian Grand Prix - April 2
Azerbaijan Grand Prix - April 30
Miami Grand Prix - May 7
Emilia Romagna Grand Prix - May 21
Monaco Grand Prix - May 28
Spanish Grand Prix - June 4
Canadian Grand Prix - June 18
Austrian Grand Prix - July 2
Silverstone Grand Prix - July 9
Hungarian Grand Prix - July 23
Belgian Grand Prix - July 30
Dutch Grand Prix - August 27
Italian Grand Prix - September 3
Singapore Grand Prix - September 17
Japanese Grand Prix - September 24
Qatar Grand Prix - October 8
USA Grand Prix - October 22
Mexican Grand Prix - October 29
Brazilian Grand Prix - November 5
Las Vegas Grand Prix - November 18
Abu Dhabi Grand Prix - November 26

When is the 2023 Formula 1 season?

The 2023 Formula 1 season started on March 5 at the Bahrain International Circuit in Bahrain. This is followed by another 22 races around the world before the Formula 1 season ends on November 26 with the final race in Abu Dhabi at the Yas Marina Circuit.

Where is the last Formula 1 race of the 2023 season?

The final race of the 2023 season will be held in Abu Dhabi. Since 2014, the final round of the Formula 1 season has been held at the Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi.

Who won the 2022 Formula 1 season?

The 2022 Formula 1 season was won by Max Verstappen, the Dutchman's fourth career championship title. Verstappen won 15 of the races during the season and was the undisputed leader in the standings.

Who won the 2021 Formula 1 season?

Max Verstappen of the Netherlands won the 2021 Formula 1 season after a very close battle with Englishman Lewis Hamilton. The duel lasted until the last race where Verstappen was finally able to claim the title of world champion after winning the last race ahead of Hamilton.

Who won the 2022 Formula 1 World Constructors' Championship?

The 2022 Constructors' Championship was won by Red Bull Racing with drivers Max Verstappen and Carlos Sainz. The gap to Mercedes in second place was comfortable and Red Bull were able to secure the title with just a few races left in the season.

Who won the 2021 Formula 1 World Constructors' Championship?

Mercedes won the 2021 World Constructors' Championship with drivers Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas. Second in the constructors' championship was Red Bull, represented by world champion Max Verstappen and Sergio Pérez.

Where can I watch Formula 1?

Formula 1 is broadcast in full on ESPN for all US viewers. ESPN gives you access to all races, practice sessions and qualifying sessions. With ESPN you can watch Formula 1 via both TV and stream. You can find information about upcoming Formula 1 in the table above.

How many drivers are in Formula 1?

20 drivers will race in Formula 1 in the 2023 season. Each team usually has two drivers representing them during the season. The 2022 season was different, with 21 drivers taking part. The reason for this was that Sebastian Vettel missed the opening rounds for Aston Martin, leaving Nico Hülkenberg to fill in as a reserve for the first two races.

How fast do cars go in Formula 1?

Formula 1 cars reach extreme speeds during races and the g-forces that drivers are subjected to are unparalleled. Speeds of well over 185 mph are no surprise and the average speed during a race usually ends up being well over 124 mph.

Who has won Formula 1 the most times?

Michael Schumacher and Lewis Hamilton are the drivers who have won the Formula 1 World Championship the most times with 7 titles. Michael Schumacher still holds the record for the most consecutive world championship victories as he won for 5 consecutive years between 2000 and 2004.