According to a report in WatchmanThe FIA released the new calendar without approval from F1 teams.
The record-breaking 24-race calendar was announced on Tuesday, marking the return of China, and confirmation of the inaugural Las Vegas Grand Prix.
The season will start in Bahrain on March 5 – an earlier than usual start – before concluding at Yas Marina Circuit in November.
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F1 teams are usually asked to give their consent given the strains the head three is likely to tolerate but have not been given any opportunity to do so.
The surprise release by the FIA of the F1 schedule for 2023 also means that the sport cannot officially announce a three-year contract extension for Monaco or the official date of the new race in Las Vegas.
As a result, F1 was forced to announce both Monaco and Las Vegas shortly after the surprise announcement in the calendar.
This only exacerbates the on-and-off relationship between the FIA and F1.
After the Italian Grand Prix, FIA President Mohamed bin Sulayem met with Formula 1 team chiefs and race officials to discuss a range of “sporting matters”.Read:Chelsea news and transfers live stream: Monchi move, Pulisic injury, James played, Sterling, Mount Out
It came after a series of controversial events over the weekend in Monza.
The F3 title race came to an end under controversial circumstances, with Victor Martins winning the championship under red flag circumstances.
In Formula 1, the FIA’s sluggish version of the revised grille after qualifying, and the use of the safety car when restoring Daniel Ricciardo’s McLaren, were met with widespread criticism.