F2 and F3 announce 2023 calendars

The F1 support series will race across three continents in a season for the first time.
  • F2 and F3 to visit Australia for first time
  • F3 last raced in Monaco in 2005

Formula One support series Formula Two and Formula Three have revealed their 2023 calendars, including their debut races in Australia.

Next year will mark the first time the junior categories have raced across three continents in a season, with visits to Europe, Asia and Oceania.

Both series will make their debuts down under, as confirmed when the Australian Grand Prix signed its ten-year deal, while Formula Three returns to the streets of Monte Carlo for the first time since 2005.

Both seasons will start in support of the opening race of the Formula One season in Bahrain from 3rd to 5th March, with Formula Two in support at 14 races and Formula Three at a record-breaking ten rounds.

Formula Two will conclude its season in Abu Dhabi from 24th to 26th November, while Formula Three will have its season finale almost three months earlier in Monza from 1st to 3rd September.

The race in Monza also marks the penultimate event of the Formula Two season, meaning the championship will once again have a large pause between its final two races.

“We are pleased to confirm the Formula Two calendar for 2023 and look forward to another exciting season where the drivers will battle it out for the title and the chance to reach the highest level of motorsport,” said Stefano Domenicali, president and chief executive of Formula One.

“The championship continues to play a hugely important role in nurturing the talent of the future and we are excited to see the next generation of Formula One stars take to the track at 14 rounds of the 2023 season, visiting fan-favourite circuits and also travelling to the iconic Albert Park Circuit in Melbourne for the first time.

“There is no doubt that in [Formula Three's] fifth year we can expect drama, action and some of the most exciting battles on track to date. We’re looking forward to seeing the talent of the future take to the track at ten rounds of the Championship, and visiting two exciting new venues in Melbourne, Australia and Monte Carlo, Monaco, for the first time.”


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