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Latest F1 news about: 2023

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'Benefits' of cost cap won't kick-in until 2022 and 2023

9 days 12 hours ago

from: Pitpass.com

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McLaren and Williams fear that the resources of the bigger teams mean that the benefits of the 2021 budget cap will not be felt until 2022 at the earliest. read more »

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Williams extends F1 deal with title sponsor ROKiT until end of 2023

4 months ago

from: Autosport.com

( 145 views )

The Williams Formula 1 team has extended its title sponsorship deal with telecommunications company ROKiT from three years to five, taking the relationship to the end of the... read more »

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Williams extends title partnership with ROKiT through 2023

4 months ago

from: MotorSportWeek.com

( 148 views )

Williams extends title partnership with ROKiT through 2023 read more »

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Azerbaijan race contract extended until 2023

9 months ago

from: Pitpass.com

( 277 views )

Baku promoters and Formula One Management agree to extend contract for Azerbaijan Grand Prix until 2023. read more »

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Azerbaijan Grand Prix deal extended to 2023

9 months ago

from: BBC.co.uk/F1

( 249 views )

The Azerbaijan Grand Prix in Baku will continue until at least 2023 after race organisers extended their contract. read more »

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Azerbaijan announces F1 contract extension

9 months ago

from: Crash.Net

( 337 views )

Baku will continue to host Formula 1 until 2023 after a contract extension was confirmed by the race promoters on Tuesday. read more »

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Azerbaijan GP signs F1 extension deal until 2023

9 months ago

from: MotorSportWeek.com

( 230 views )

Azerbaijan GP signs F1 extension deal until 2023 read more »

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Baku extends deal to host Formula 1's Azerbaijan Grand Prix to 2023

9 months ago

from: Autosport.com

( 331 views )

The Azerbaijan Grand Prix will continue until at least 2023 after organisers announced it had signed a new three-year deal with Formula 1 read more »

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Baku signs new F1 race deal until 2023

9 months ago

from: EspnF1.com

( 300 views )

The Azerbaijan Grand Prix will remain on the Formula One calendar until 2023 after a new deal was signed between race promoters and the sport on Tuesday. read more »

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F1 extends Pirelli tyre contract until 2023

12 months ago

from: F1Technical.net

( 221 views )

Pirelli will remain as Global Tyre Partner of the FIA Formula One World Championship for a further four years, after renewing its current contract - which lasts until the end... read more »

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F1 and Pirelli strike extended partnership

12 months ago

from: GPfans.com

( 243 views )

Formula 1, Pirelli, and the FIA have agreed a new, extended contract which will see the Italian manufacturer remain the sole provider of tyres for the teams through to 2023,... read more »

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Pirelli retained as F1’s sole tyre supplier

12 months ago

from: PlanetF1.com

( 256 views )

Pirelli will continue to supply tyres to the Formula 1 grid through to 2023, remaining as the sport's sole supplier. read more »

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Pirelli secures contract to supply Formula 1 tyres until 2023

12 months ago

from: Autosport.com

( 265 views )

Pirelli will continue as Formula 1's sole tyre supplier as it has won the tender to produce rubber for the championship for the 2020-2023 seasons read more »

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Pirelli to continue as F1 tyre supplier until 2023

12 months ago

from: EspnF1.com

( 248 views )

Formula One will retain the services of tyre manufacturer Pirelli as its sole supplier until the end of 2023. read more »

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Pirelli remains F1's tyre supplier

12 months ago

from: Pitpass.com

( 318 views )

Formula One Management and the FIA have announced that Pirelli will continue to be the sport's sole tyre supplier from 2020 to 2023. read more »

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Pirelli confirmed as F1 tyre supplier until end of 2023

12 months ago

from: Crash.Net

( 212 views )

F1 announces Pirelli will continue as its sole tyre supplier through to the end of the 2023 season. read more »

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Pirelli confirmed as sole F1 tyre supplier through 2023

12 months ago

from: MotorSportWeek.com

( 220 views )

Pirelli confirmed as sole F1 tyre supplier through 2023 read more »

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Horner believes 2021 changes should be delayed

about 1 year ago

from: PlanetF1.com

( 287 views )

Red Bull team boss Christian Horner believes that the rule changes supposedly coming in for 2021, will not be able to be introduced until at least 2023 now. read more »

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Horner doubts F1 engine regulations will change until 2023

about 1 year ago

from: Crash.Net

( 220 views )

Horner gives his support to postponing the planned F1 engine rule changes for 2021 until a time when attracting new manufacturers is more certain. read more »

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Engine changes may not happen until 2023 - F1 team bosses

about 1 year ago

from: MotorSportWeek.com

( 210 views )

Engine changes may not happen until 2023 - F1 team bosses read more »

Tags: 2023, bosses

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Adelaide keen to ‘explore’ hosting the Australian GP

over 2 years ago

from: PlanetF1.com

( 552 views )

Although Melbourne has a contract to host the Australian Grand Prix through to 2023, Adelaide City Council is keen to "explore" the possibility of taking on the race. read more »

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Australian GP extended through 2023

over 4 years ago

from: Crash.Net

( 669 views )

Melbourne will continue to stage the Australian Grand Prix through to the 2023 F1 season despite bids from Sydney... read more »

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Melbourne to host Australian GP until 2023

over 4 years ago

from: EspnF1.com

( 729 views )

Melbourne will continue on as host of the Australian Grand Prix until 2023 after securing a three-year extension to its contract. The Albert Park has become a mainstay on the... read more »

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Melbourne extends Australian GP deal

over 4 years ago

from: BBC.co.uk/F1

( 601 views )

Melbourne will host the Australian Grand Prix until 2023 after a three-year extension to the existing deal. read more »

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Melbourne extends Formula 1 deal to 2023

over 4 years ago

from: GPUpdate.net

( 660 views )

Melbourne has secured a new deal to hold the Australian Grand Prix until at least 2023, extending its contract by a further three years. Melbourne has hosted… read more »