While the casual fan might be okay with doing away with practice, hardcore fans will have a massive problem.
Lance Stroll will compete in the 2023 Bahrain Grand Prix, according to Aston Martin.
The seven-time world champion was so fond of Mick Doohan that he named his own child after him.
Qatar also makes a comeback after debuting in 2021, while Monaco and Spa continue to play hosts despite uncertainty about their future.
While Fernando Alonso will undoubtedly compete in Bahrain for the opening race of the year, Lance Stroll's teammate Felipe Drugovich may take Lance Stroll's spot.
After George Russell broke down on the track on the second day of official preseason testing in Bahrain, the Mercedes F1 team had a "disastrous" finish.
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Fans will have access to cameras mounted on the cars of 20 drivers through F1 TV, which will debut in India prior to the 2023 season as per a report.
Lance Stroll won't be participating in this week's preseason test in Bahrain because, according to Aston Martin, he was injured in a bicycle accident during a training session.
The SF-23, the first vehicle constructed under Vasseur's direction, is anticipated to be the rival that would assist the team in achieving its championship-winning objective.