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What does the new season of Formula 1 bring us? For all fans of this game

10 teams, 20 drivers, 23 races in 20 countries, all with the goal of being number one in the world’s top motorsport system. Prepare formula one 2023 style.

March 25, 2023 08:05 am

Formula One returns with a bang this weekend as the start of the Bahrain Grand Prix 2023 season (March 5) heralds the start of the development campaign on and off the track.

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Compared to last year’s revolutionary rewrite of the rules of the game, arguably the biggest in four decades, the world’s leading single-seater racing category makes only marginal changes to the engine this year, but there are many other new tricks and highlights for 2023. We have new new races, two short sprint races on the horizon, old venues coming back in style and three very exciting rookies to watch.

Up front, you are wrong again after the Oracle of Red Bull Racing star Max Verstappen, who backed his last gasp for a title triumph in 2021 with 15 15 class masters wins in the past year, to retain the number 1 champion in the world. the nose of his car that every driver could desire.

His teammate Sergio Pérez, who won twice last year, returns for a third season flying alongside the Dutchman, while at sister team Scuderia AlphaTauri, Yuki Tsunoda enters his third campaign with his second F1 teammate with the addition of the exciting Dutchman Nyck De Vries. him. De Vries finally got the chance to drive at the age of 28 after winning the Formula 2 and Formula 1 F1 titles on the road.

What races will happen in 2013?

At 23 races, 2023 is the longest season in F1’s 74-year history, and would have been even longer if the Grand Prix had not been extended for a fourth consecutive season. The French Grand Prix has dropped compared to last year’s calendar, while Qatar is back after a one-year hiatus after its only F1 race in 2021.

The biggest and most famous inclusion? That would be the penultimate race of the season in Las Vegas, Saturday night’s show, where the cars raced through the “idle” in all their decadent, neon-fighting glow.

What kind of weekend do you need?

Let us answer this question in two ways. There is a race weekend and a Sprint Race weekend; 17 of the first and six of the second.

Volutpat Race Regular is a tried and tested formula; The drivers have three 60-minute practice sessions before the Qualification, which lasts an hour and starts with all 20 cars on track for an 18-minute session. At the end of those 18 minutes, the five slowest cars are eliminated from the stations and make up the 16-20 spots for the race.

Another 15-minute session follows; at the end of that, the five slowest cars are ranked and placed in holes 11-15 on the next day’s grid. And then comes the final 12-minute shootout for places 1-10 on the grid, with pole position as the goal.

Races run for the number of laps required at 305 kilometers/90 miles, and world championship points are awarded on a sliding scale from first to tenth place, with the winner receiving 25 points. An extra point is awarded to the driver who sets the fastest lap of the race while finishing within the top 10.

With the exceptions of the six-race Sprint mentioned above, the same qualifying format applies, except for two practice sessions, not three, and qualifying performance sets are needed for the Saturday sprint course, which lasts 100km/62m, with a sliding scale. points on offer from 1st (8 points) to 8th (1). The final positions of the Sprint race grid were set in the Grand Prix 24 hours later.

F1 has never had more than three Sprint events per season since the concept began in 2021; This year, the Azerbaijan, Austrian, Belgian, Qatari, US (Austin) and Brazilian Grands Prix will take place on Saturday before the main event on Sunday.

What will change in cars by 2013?

Compared to last year, not much – look at a 2021 F1 engine next to a 2022 one and you’ll see the size of the previous year’s rule, not to mention the increased tire sizes from 13 to 18 inches to create a completely new look. to F1.

This year the modifications are more precise, procedural and security.

The ground-effect of the airfoil cars of last year (the result of which helps them corner so quickly, was generated under the engines last year) caused a phenomenon where some cars launched or “jiggled” as the air flow continued to leave and as the car protested. is promoted a low hit on the road. For this reason, the height of the floorboards has been raised by 15 mm this year and sensors have been placed in each car to measure the current range.

The anti-roll rings, a semicircular ring above the driver’s head, were confirmed following Zhou Guanyu’s miraculous escape in Alfa Romeo after a spectacular crash at the start of the season’s last British Grand Prix, with the driver’s side mirrors confirmed. It is widened to help the visibility of the new generation of cars, which are flatter and lower than the previous ones.

With information from redbull

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