2024 Formula 1 Calendar: What are the dates for all F1 grand prix this year?

As the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix marked the conclusion of the Formula One 2023 season earlier this December, drivers are currently enjoying the holiday season, embracing the Christmas festivities. However, at the conclusion of the holidays, another arduous season awaits them in the upcoming season.

Unlike the 22 races in the past season, the F1 calendar for 2024 is set to expand, with a total of 24 races scheduled. To delve deeper into the details of the Formula One 2024 schedule, keep on reading!

Full F1 Grand Prix Calendar 2024

Formula One has officially unveiled the calendar for the 2024 Formula One Championship, following approval by the World Motor Sport Council. The deliberate shift towards regionalization signifies Formula One’s proactive approach to optimizing resource utilization and making the season more useful.

A detailed schedule for the 2024 season is given below:

February 29 – March 2BahrainSakhir
March 7-9Saudi ArabiaJeddah
March 22-24AustrailiaMelbourne
April 5-7JapanSuzuka
April 19-21ChinaShanghai
May 3-5MiamiMiami
May 17-19Emilia RomagnaImola
May 24-26MonacoMonaco
June 7-9CanadaMontreal
June 21-23SpainBarcelona
June 28-30AustriaSpielberg
July 5-7United KingdomSilverstone
July 19-21HungaryBudapest
July 26-28BelgiumSpa
August 23-25NetherlandsZandvoort
August 30 – September 1ItalyMonza
September 13-15AzerbaijanBaku
September 20-22SingaporeSingapore
October 18-20USAAustin
October 25-27MexicoMexico City
November 1-3BrazilSao Paulo
November 21-23Las VegasLas Vegas
November 29 – December 1QatarLusail
December 6-8Abu DhabiYas Marina

There were also roaring speculations about the addition of another US GP held in New York to the calendar, although it has not been confirmed by the officials yet.

Chinese GP reportedly to return for 2024 F1 Calendar

China, identified as a pivotal market by Formula One and Liberty Media, had initially been included in the provisional 2023 schedule. Unfortunately, the tragic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic led to the regrettable decision to remove China from the calendar for the fourth consecutive year. Furthermore, the unforeseen last-minute cancellation of the Emilia Romagna race at Imola resulted in the current season settling at 22 races.

However, this season, in a positive turn of events, the Chinese authorities are actively working towards putting the Chinese GP in the 2024 calendar, which is already scheduled in the F1 calendar in April, according to the latest update.

What are your opinions on the Formula One calendar for the upcoming season? Let us know in the comment section below.


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