With the FIA's record 2023 schedule, Formula 1 will run 24 races for the first time ever.
The penultimate race on a Saturday night will feature Las Vegas in addition to the return of China and Qatar.
The Bahrain Grand Prix kicks off the season on March 5 and ends in Abu Dhabi on November 26.
The World Motor Sport Council and the FIA accepted the schedule, which F1's governing body unveiled on Tuesday.
Monaco remains on the schedule, in the middle of the first of two tripleheaders.
The French Grand Prix will now take place in 2023, and South Africa's much-anticipated race has been left out.