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F1 schedule: Practice, qualifying, race times, and where to watch

If you're looking for the latest F1 schedule, Sportsnaut has you covered. Covering every race, practice, and qualifying session over the entire season.

You’ve come to the right place if you’re seeking the F1 schedule, including practices, qualifying, and race times for the whole 2023 season. Swipe down for all the on-track action today, across upcoming races, all the TV information, and more!

F1 schedule – Canada next weekend

The eighth weekend of the 2023 Formula 1 season will be underway soon as the sport travels to the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve. The F1 race will be live Sunday, June 17 on ESPN at 2:00 PM ET.

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Next F1 race

Sunday, June 18

SeriesTime (ET)TV
Formula 1 Grand Prix du Canada2:00 PMABC
Circuit Gilles Villeneuve – Montreal, Quebec, Canada

F1 schedule – Practice and qualifying times (ET)

Friday, June 16:

  • 1:30-2:30 PM: Practice #1 (ESPN2)
  • 5:00-6:00 PM: Practice #2 (ESPN2)

Saturday, June 17:

  • 12:30-1:30 PM: Practice #3 (ESPN2)
  • 4:00 PM: Qualifying (ESPN2)

F1 upcoming races

Sunday, July 2

SeriesTime (ET)TV
Formula 1 Großer Preis von Österreich9:00 AMESPN
Red Bull Ring – Spielberg, Styria, Austria

Sunday, July 9

SeriesTime (ET)TV
Formula 1 Aramco British Grand Prix10:00 AMESPN2
Silverstone Circuit – Towcester, Silverstone, United Kingdom

Major races on the F1 schedule

Sunday, October 8

SeriesTime (ET)TV
Formula 1 Qatar Grand Prix 202310:00 AMESPN
Losail International Circuit – Lusail, Qatar

Sunday, October 22

SeriesTime (ET)TV
Formula 1 Armaco United States Grand Prix3:00 PMESPN
Circuit of the Americas – Texas, United States

Sunday, November 19

SeriesTime (ET)TV
Formula 1 Las Vegas Grand Prix1:00 AMESPN
Las Vegas Street Circuit – Nevada, United States

Sunday, November 26

SeriesTime (ET)TV
Formula 1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix8:00 AMESPN
Yas Marina Circuit – Yas Island, Abu Dhabi

Related: Max Verstappen wins 2022 Formula 1 title

Where is the next F1 Grand Prix?

Formula One: Formula 1 Aramco United States Grand Prix 2022
Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

Formula 1 will be heading to the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, which is located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The venue is a 2.710-mile road course. The track’s last event was during the 2022 season when Max Verstappen took the victory with Carlos Sainz and Lewis Hamilton rounding out the podium.

What channel is the F1 race on today?

The Formula 1 race from the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve will be aired on ABC at 2:00 PM ET on Sunday, June 18. It will represent the eighth race on the 2023 F1 schedule after the called-off race in Imola due to significant flooding in the area.

Related: Formula 1 gets an $85 million bump in a new broadcast rights deal with ESPN

How long does an F1 race last?

Formula One: Formula 1 Aramco United States Grand Prix 2022
Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

Formula 1 races typically range from 80 to 100 minutes and cannot exceed two hours due to safety reasons. The race starts when the five red lights are turned off by the race director and the event needs to be completed within a three-hour window. The three-hour window is in place in case of a red flag or delay, but the two-hour window is official racing under green or yellow flag conditions.

How many F1 races are there in 2023?

There are 23 races on the 2023 F1 schedule. The Chinese Grand Prix was supposed to be included on the schedule for a total of 24 races; however, it has been canceled due to the COVID-19 policies still standing in the country.

Related: Formula 1 cancels contract for Russian events due to invasion of Ukraine

When does the 2023 F1 season start?

F1 schedule
Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

The 2023 Formula 1 season will begin on March 5, 2023, when the sport travels to the Bahrain International Circuit in Sakhir, Bahrain. It will mark the start of the second season with the new cars on the F1 schedule.