2023 FIA F3 calendar: ‘Monaco debuts, Imola dropped’

F1 Feeder Series has learned from multiple industry sources that FIA Formula 3 will race at Monaco in 2023, on top of the already confirmed Melbourne round. The sources also indicated that Imola will be dropped, which would makes for a ten-round calendar – one more than in 2022.

By Floris Visman

For the first time since European F3 and GP3 merged in 2019, Monaco will be on the FIA F3 calendar, F1 Feeder Series has learned. Monaco was part of the F3 calendar for decades until well into the 1990s, and made a one-off return to the then F3 Euro Series in 2005. The prestigious race was also once on the GP3 calendar, in 2012.

The other addition to the 2023 calendar has already been reported on back in June, as Melbourne has found its way to the FIA F3 schedule for the first time. F2 and F3 CEO Bruno Michel said that ‘It further enhances the international aspect of both our championships, having them race on a new continent’.

The 2023 FIA F3 calendar will contain ten venues, compared to 2022’s nine. With the arrival of the rounds at Melbourne and Monaco, Imola has dropped off the schedule.

While the calendar has not yet been officially revealed by the FIA and is still subject to change, it will reportedly look like this:

1Sakhir03 – 05 March
2Melbourne31 March – 02 April
3Monte Carlo26 – 28 May
4Barcelona02 – 04 June
5Red Bull Ring30 June – 02 July
6Silverstone07 – 09 July
7Budapest21 – 23 July
8Spa28 – 30 July
9Zandvoort25 – 27 August
10Monza01 – 03 September

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