One of the Formula 1 sprint races will be held in Azerbaijan in the new season

One of the Formula 1 sprint races will be held in Azerbaijan in the new season

Formula 1 has named the tracks that will host six sprint races in the 2023 season.

According to information on the F-1 website, sprints will be held in Azerbaijan (Baku Street circuit), Austria (Red Bull Ring circuit), Belgium (Spa-Francorchamps circuit), Qatar (Lusail circuit). ), the United States (the Americas highway) and Brazil (the Interlagos highway).

“We saw an extremely positive reaction to the sprints during the first two years of the races. We can’t wait to offer fans even more fun with six events next year, including our first sprint in Austin,” said F1 President and CEO Stefano Domenicali.

The start of the 2023 season is scheduled for March 3-5 in Bahrain.

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