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Record-breaking 24 Races on the 2024 Formula 1 Schedule

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2024 Formula 1 Calendar

Wednesday saw the release of the 2024 Formula 1 World Championship calendar, with an unprecedented 24 races slated, surpassing the previous season by one.

Of particular interest in this year’s lineup is the season opener, the Bahrain Grand Prix, planned for a Saturday—the 2nd of March—rather than the customary Sunday. This scheduling adjustment carries over to the following race, the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, on the 9th of March. The shift was made to align with the start of Ramadan on the 10th of March, as explained by the organizers, inclusive of F1 and FIA.

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A concerted effort towards enhancing the sustainability of the sport is evident, with the reordering of races to minimize travel for teams and equipment. Post the Australian race, the sequence continues in Asia, with the Japan and China Grand Prix. A notable comeback on the calendar is the Chinese Grand Prix, absent since 2019 due to Covid-19 restrictions.

The North American continent will again host five races, with a triad in the U.S.—Austin, Las Vegas, and Miami—and one each in Canada and Mexico. Interestingly, the Las Vegas event is slated for a Saturday—the 23rd of November.

Fans might miss the absence of the French and German Grands Prix from the calendar, but the organizers assure their interest in reintegrating them in future seasons.

2024 Formula 1 World Championship Schedule:

March 2 – Bahrain Grand Prix
March 9 – Saudi Arabian Grand Prix
March 24 – Australian Grand Prix
April 7 – Japanese Grand Prix
April 21 – Chinese Grand Prix
May 5 – Miami Grand Prix
May 19 – Emilia Romagna Grand Prix
May 24 – Monaco Grand Prix
June 9 – Canadian Grand Prix
June 23 – Spanish Grand Prix
June 30 – Austrian Grand Prix
July 7 – British Grand Prix
July 21 – Hungarian Grand Prix
July 28 – Belgian Grand Prix
August 25 – Dutch Grand Prix
September 1 – Italian Grand Prix
September 15 – Azerbaijan Grand Prix
September 22 – Singapore Grand Prix
October 18 – United States Grand Prix
October 27 – Mexican Grand Prix
November 3 – Brazilian Grand Prix
November 23 – Las Vegas Grand Prix
December 1 – Qatar Grand Prix
December 8 – Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about 2024 Formula 1 Calendar

Q: How many races are scheduled for the 2024 Formula 1 season?

A: The 2024 Formula 1 season features a record-breaking 24 races, surpassing the number of races in the previous season.

Q: Why are the Bahrain and Saudi Arabian Grands Prix scheduled for a Saturday?

A: The Bahrain and Saudi Arabian Grands Prix are scheduled for Saturdays to accommodate the start of Ramadan, which falls on March 10 in 2024.

Q: Which race is making a comeback on the 2024 calendar?

A: The Chinese Grand Prix is returning to the Formula 1 calendar in 2024 after being absent since 2019 due to Covid-19 related restrictions.

Q: How many races will take place in North America?

A: There will be a total of five races in North America for the 2024 Formula 1 season, including three races in the United States, and one each in Canada and Mexico.

Q: Are the French and German Grands Prix included in the 2024 calendar?

A: No, the French and German Grands Prix are not included in the 2024 Formula 1 calendar. However, the organizers express their intention to host these races in future seasons.

Q: What is the purpose of rearranging races to group them in specific regions?

A: The rearrangement of races aims to reduce travel requirements for teams and their equipment, contributing to the sustainability efforts of the sport.

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RaceLover007 July 6, 2023 - 11:50 am

5 races in North America?! Awesome! Love the diversity. #Formula1

GPP4ever July 6, 2023 - 4:17 pm

Aww, no French or german Grands Prix this year? Hope they make a comeback soon. #MissingThem

F1Fan23 July 6, 2023 - 8:02 pm

wow, can’t believe there will be 24 races in the 2024 f1 season! that’s amazin! more races, more excitement!

RacingGuru July 6, 2023 - 8:26 pm

Bahrain and Saudi arabian Grands Prix on a Saturday? that’s unusual but I guess they have their reasons. #Ramadan

SustainabilityChamp July 7, 2023 - 2:07 am

Great move by F1 to reduce travel and promote sustainability. Love seeing these positive changes. #GreenRacing

SpeedDemon July 7, 2023 - 7:55 am

super stoked that the Chinese Grand Prix is back! Missed it in the past years. Can’t wait for the action!


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