With the release of the record-breaking 2023 F1 calendar and the announcement of a new deal for the Monaco Grand Prix, GPFans thought it timely to check out all the contracts in place for the tracks on next year's schedule.
There are three currently at risk in the Belgian, Mexican and Dutch GPs, whose deals all expire after next year's events.
The organisers at Spa-Francorchamps only recently signed a one-year extension for 2023 after South Africa failed to make it onto the programme.
There has been the suggestion it could alternate from 2024 onwards with France after the event at Paul Ricard failed to sign a new contract.
The race at Zandvoort would appear to be secure given the overwhelming success of the first two editions since its return last year.
Although its current deal expires after the 2023 race, there is a two-year option to continue through to 2025, which is almost certain to be taken up by F1.
Along with Belgium, Mexico is most at risk. Its contract was initially due to expire this year but due to the Covid-19 pandemic, it was granted an extension for next year. It remains to be seen if F1 wants to continue at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez.
Beyond that into 2024, four further circuits will likely soon be initiating early talks on new deals, with two of those among F1's most historic venues in Silverstone and Monza, while another famous name in Suzuka is also at risk.
The one absolute unknown is Austria. GPFans understands the contract for that race expires after next year's event or the one in 2024. It certainly runs for no longer.
But as with the Dutch GP, the Red Bull Ring is one of those circuits that will not be dropping off the calendar any time soon.
Below is your handy guide as to the length of each venue's contract with F1.
|Grand Prix||Contract end|
|Saudi Arabia||2030 [2025 in Jeddah, then Qaddiya]|
|Dutch||2023 + two-year option|