We are going to explain to you what are the dates of the 2023 F1 World Cup, so that if you are a fan of motor sports you can find out what the championship events are. We will tell you the 22 races that will be in the world championship, with the date of each one and the place where they are held.
In addition to this, we are also going to tell you What alternatives do you have to watch the races? through the Internet or your mobile phone. Unfortunately, there are not many official alternatives, but we will mention them for you so that you know.
Dates of the F1 World Cup 2023
We are going to start with a list in which we are going to tell you the dates of each Grand Prix of the next Formula 1 World Cup. We will tell you when each grand prix starts and ends because each date range includes training, qualifying and the grand prix itself, which will always be the last day of each event. We will also include the name of the circuit next to each date as well as what Grand Prix it is about.
Bahrain Grand Prix: from March 18 to 20 at the Sakhir circuit.
Saudi Arabian Grand Prix: from March 25 to 27 at the Jeddah International Street Circuit.
Australian Grand Prix: from April 8 to 10 at the Albert Park circuit.
Emilia Romagna Grand Prix: from April 22 to 24 at the Imola circuit.
Miami Grand Prix: May 6-8 at the Hard Rock Stadium Circuit.
Spanish Grand Prix: from May 20 to 22 at the Catalunya circuit.
Monaco Grand Prix: from May 27 to 29 in Monte Carlo.
Azerbaijan Grand Prix: from June 10 to 12 at the Baku City Circuit.
Canadian Grand Prix: from June 17 to 19 at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve.
British Grand Prix: from July 1 to 3 at the Silverstone circuit.
Austrian Grand Prix: from July 8 to 10 at the Red Bull Ring circuit.
French Grand Prix: from July 22 to 24 at the Paul Ricard circuit.
Hungarian Grand Prix: from July 29 to 31 at the Hungaroring circuit.
Belgian Grand Prix: from August 26 to 28 at the Spa-Francorchamps circuit.
Netherlands Grand Prix: from September 2 to 4 at the Zandvoort circuit.
Italian Grand Prix: from September 9 to 11 at the Monza circuit.
Singapore Grand Prix: from September 30 to October 2 at the Marina Bay circuit.
Japan Grand Prix: from October 7 to 9 at the Suzuka circuit.
United States Grand Prix: from October 21 to 23 at the Las Américas circuit.
Mexican Grand Prix: from October 28 to 30 at the Hermanos Rodríguez circuit.
Brazilian Grand Prix: from November 11 to 13 at the Interlagos circuit.
Abu Dhabi Grand Prix: from November 11 to 13 at the Yas Marina circuit.
How to watch Formula 1 online and your device
The only official way in which you will be able to watch the Formula 1 World Cup in Spain is through DAZN, with the DAZN Essential pack and its DAZN F1 channel, the service that has acquired the rights to broadcast the races. Its price is 18.99 euros per month, or 12.99 euros per month with its annual plan. Therefore, you will need to have an account with this service and have its application installed or visit its website to be able to see the races through your mobile phone, television or browser.
DAZN has agreements with Movistar, Orange and AmazonSo if you are a Movistar Plus+, Orange TV or Prime Video customer, you can also access DAZN through them and watch the races. Of course, you will need a pack in which this channel is included or have it contracted internally to be able to see the content.
As a note, it is important to say that normally the Spanish Grand Prix is usually broadcast in open on Telecinco, since Mediaset usually takes over the rights to that specific race. However, this is usually not confirmed until a few days before the race, which will take place in May.
You should also know that there is an official streaming service called F1TV, which is precisely to watch Formula 1 from any device. However, for broadcast rights, in Spain it will not broadcast the racesjust show the times and results.
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