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Formula 1 has announced that the 2023 season will consist of 23 races. The Chinese Grand Prix, which was originally scheduled for April 16th, has been canceled due to local measures to curb the spread of Covid-19. Formula One has decided not to replace the canceled race on the calendar, resulting in a total of 23 races for the 2023 season, which is one more than the previous year.

The Chinese Grand Prix, which was scheduled to take place in Shanghai on April 16th, was canceled last month due to strict local measures to curb the spread of Covid-19. This marks the fourth consecutive year that the race has been canceled. The decision was taken to protect the health and safety of the participants and fans of the event.

Formula One had announced that they were evaluating alternative options for the canceled Chinese Grand Prix, with several venues being considered. One of the venues mentioned in the media was the Portuguese circuit of Portimão, which had been used as a replacement in 2020 and 2021 for races that were canceled due to the pandemic. However, it was announced that they decided not to replace the canceled Chinese Grand Prix on the calendar, resulting in a total of 23 races for the 2023 season.

Formula One has confirmed that the 2023 season will consist of 23 races and that all existing race dates on the calendar remain unchanged. This statement was made by the organization on Tuesday, after they had announced that they have decided not to replace the canceled Chinese Grand Prix on the calendar, resulting in a total of 23 races for the 2023 season. This also means that all the other races that were already scheduled will take place as planned.

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