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The 2023 Imola F1 GP has been canceled due to bad weather in Emilia-Romagna: find out when it will take place and how to request a ticket refund

May 18, 2023 – 2:25 p.m.

The urgency caused by the bad weather that has hit Emilia-Romagna in the last few hours has forced the organizers to cancelation due to force majeure F1 Imola GP, sixth round of the 2023 world championship, originally scheduled for May 19-21. An inevitable decision, given the disasters caused by the flooding in the very area where the race was to take place, and which was taken by mutual agreement with the Authorities and the FIA. Now Formula 1 fans are wondering when will the Grand Prix take place and how to request a refund for tickets.

Update May 18, 2023 with instructions for requesting a refund for Imola GP tickets.


As of this writing, they are fine 9 confirmed victims due to the wave of bad weather in Emilia-Romagna, dozens of missing, thousands of displaced. The most affected areas are in Faenza, Forlì and in the province of Ravenna. There are 27,000 people without electricity and 42 municipalities affected by the flood, of which 24 are completely flooded. 10,000 evacuees, destined to grow. Very critical situation in the Apennines: 250 landslides have occurred, the most serious are 150. Another difficult situation in Bologna with 3,000 displaced. Today the bad weather gives a brief respite but from tomorrow, Friday May 19, central-northern Italy will be the main target of a new cyclone with even heavy rain throughout the weekend.


In light of this, the cancellation of the Formula 2023 Imola GP is an unfortunately necessary consequence. “I am deeply saddened For what is happening in Emilia-Romagnaand I express my greatest closeness to those who, in these dramatic times, mourn the loss of their loved ones or are forced to leave their homescommented the ICA President, Angelo Sticchi DamianiThere cancellation of the Grand Prix it was inevitable in the face of such a dramatic situation. In any case, I would like to thank, in addition to those who are doing everything possible to help the population and secure the area, the most 3,000 professionals arrived at Imola organize and make possible the GP litigation”.


Sticchi Damiani then attempted to hypothesize a recovery date of the canceled Imola GP, and the forecasts are not at all encouraging: “Given the complexity of the schedule, it is reasonable to imagine that the 2023 edition takes place in 2026 (in fact, it seems impossible to insert it again this year, editor’s note). But at the moment, it is certainly not a priority. Soon, however, we will give other communications for enthusiasts who intended to reach the international circuit “Enzo e Dino Ferrari” in Imola this weekend to attend the GP”. The dispute over the 2024 and 2025 editions which are part of the current contract signed with the FIA ​​is obviously confirmed.

After the Imola GP, the Formula 1 world championship will resume Sunday May 28 in Monte-Carlo with the Monaco GP dispute, which then becomes the sixth race of the event for a total of 22 grands prix.


24 hours after the announcement of the cancellation of the Imola GP 2023, Ticket One, the platform that managed the ticket sales to attend the Grand Prix, he provided the first indications on refund method. People who have purchased tickets via the Ticket One website and sales network will be able to choose between two options:

  • convert tickets purchased with Imola GP 2024 tickets;
  • request ticket refunds.

Further information will be sent by email to ticket holders in the coming days and published on the sales sites imolagpf1.ticketone.it and ticketone.it. For other requests, you can call the Ticket One call center at number 892.101 (toll number accessible only from Italy) or use the appropriate contact form.

Source : Sicur Auto



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