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Flying to the Grand Prix in 2023 with Abeona

Updated: May 14, 2023

Overhead view of the Miami F1 Grand Prix race track

Does your heart race faster when thinking about the Grand Prix? Flying to the Formula 1 is on the bucket list for many this year. Since the popular motorsport event is visited by thousands of people around the world, crowds, hassle, and stress at airports will naturally occur. Travelling to the Grand Prix by private jet is, therefore, advisable. Indeed, traveling to major sports events by private jet has become a popular practice for sports enthusiasts in the last few years.

Avoiding long lines, crowded spaces and not compromising on your convenience is a great argument to fly private to one of the several destinations where the Formula 1 is held this year. By chartering a private with Abeona, you can enjoy a seamless travel experience with personalized services throughout your convenient flight.

Formula 1 is one of the most popular motorsports events in the world, attracting millions of fans globally. For many of our clients, attending a Formula 1 race is a special experience that they have looked forward to for a long time. Therefore, in this article, we'll showcase what to expect at this year's Grand Prix and how Abeona can assist you in seizing the best possible travel experience.

Race cars racing on a F1 Grand Prix racetrack

The Grand Prix 2023

In 2023, there are twenty-three Grands Prix in the sprint format that take place in Azerbaijan, Austria, Belgium, Qatar, the United States and São Paulo. This year, we celebrate the 74th edition of the Formula One World Championship, featuring high-speed races with breathtaking Formula One cars.

Being the highest class of competition for open-wheel racing cars, this championship is recognized by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA). The FIA is the governing body of international motorsport.

The championship will span a record twenty-three Grands Prix across the world, commencing in March and concluding in November. Respectively, the drivers and teams will compete for the titles of World Constructors' Champion and World Drivers' Champion. Max Verstappen, the driver for Red Bull Racing-Honda RBPT, holds the current title of Drivers' Champion, while his team remains the reigning Constructors' Champion.

Close-up view of a turquoise Aston Martin race car

Spilling The Tea: Exciting Developments and What To Expect

What is there to know about this year's Grand Prix, and which developments are worth talking about?

After 16 seasons in Formula One, Germany’s Sebastian Vettel retired at the end of the 2022 championship, bringing his career to a close. His seat at Aston Martin was filled by Fernando Alonso, who left Alpine after two seasons.

Alpine initially announced that their 2021 Formula 2 Champion and reserve driver Oscar Piastri would take Alonso's place, but shortly after the announcement, Piastri confirmed that he had not signed a contract for 2023 and would not be joining Alpine. The FIA Contract Recognition Board later ruled that he did not have any contractual obligations to race for Alpine. As a result, Pierre Gasly, who had a contract to drive for AlphaTauri, was brought in to replace Alonso at Alpine. Gasly's place was then taken by Nyck de Vries, the 2020-21 Formula E and 2019 Formula 2 Champion.

Daniel Ricciardo, who had spent two seasons with McLaren, left the team. Although he had a contract to drive for the team in 2023, it was mutually agreed to terminate the contract during the 2022 championship. To fill Ricciardo's seat, Piastri was chosen, making his debut in Formula One.

Nicholas Latifi, who had spent three seasons with Williams, left the team, and Logan Sargeant was brought in to fill his spot. Sargeant made his Formula One debut by graduating from Formula 2, becoming the first American Formula One driver to compete since Alexander Rossi in 2015 with former team Marussia. He was also the first to compete full-time since Scott Speed in 2006 with former team Toro Rosso.

Finally, Mick Schumacher, the son of the GOAT Michael Schumacher, left Haas after two seasons. Nico Hülkenberg, who last competed in Formula One as a full-time race driver in 2019 with former team Renault, was brought in to take his place.

A Formula 1 race car driving around a race track

Dates & Places

Abeona already has some clients that have shown interest in chartering a private jet to visit one or multiple of the Grand Prix races this year. If you wish to explore the idea of jet-sharing to one of the races listed below, or you wish to charter a private jet just for you and your family and friends, please feel free to reach out to us.

These are some of the races that members of the Abeona family have expressed a high-interest in:

  • On the 7th of May, Round 5 of the Grand Prix will be in Miami, sponsored by

  • On the 18th of June, Round 9 will take place over 70 laps of the 4.361-kilometre Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve in Montreal on Sunday.

  • You can witness Round 19 on October 22nd over 56 laps of the 5.513-kilometre Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas, on Sunday.

  • The Heineken Silver Grand Prix, Round 22, will take place in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Saturday, the 18th of November.

Formula 1 Grand Prix building

If you would like to visit another race of the Formula 1, regardless of where it is located, do not hesitate to reach out to our team of designated travel concierges. Abeona will be delighted to arrange a private jet for you and to customize the travel experience to your liking. Furthermore, we'll be happy to assess whether your intended visit to one of the Grand Prix races aligns with another inquiry to arrange the share of the jet.

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