The new Formula 1 season is tantalisingly close with a bumper slate of 24 races to play out over the course of the campaign.


Max Verstappen is the favourite to go all the way once again and clinch his fourth successive world title.

Red Bull's dominance has been stark in recent seasons with the likes of Mercedes and Ferrari unable to do anything to prevent the gulf from widening.

A fast start to the 2024 season – literally and figuratively – will be essential if any team is to mount a credible challenge to Red Bull in 2024, with some terrific circuits coming up in the early stages of the new campaign. brings you all the details about the F1 calendar in 2024, including a full race schedule.

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When does the Formula 1 2024 season start?

The F1 season 2024 begins with the Bahrain Grand Prix to be held on Saturday 2nd March 2024.

Practice begins on Thursday and qualifying takes place on Friday.

F1 calendar 2024

All UK time. (S) denotes sprint race qualifying.

  • Saturday 2nd March: Bahrain Grand Prix
  • Saturday 9th March: Saudi Arabian Grand Prix
  • Sunday 24th March: Australian Grand Prix
  • Sunday 7th April: Japanese Grand Prix
  • Sunday 21st April: Chinese Grand Prix (S)
  • Sunday 5th May: Miami Grand Prix (S)
  • Sunday 19th May: Emilia Romagna Grand Prix
  • Sunday 26th May: Monaco Grand Prix
  • Sunday 9th June: Canadian Grand Prix
  • Sunday 23rd June: Spanish Grand Prix
  • Sunday 30th June: Austrian Grand Prix (S)
  • Sunday 7th July: British Grand Prix
  • Sunday 21st July: Hungarian Grand Prix
  • Sunday 28th July: Belgian Grand Prix
  • Sunday 25th August: Dutch Grand Prix
  • Sunday 1st September: Italian Grand Prix
  • Sunday 15th September: Azerbaijan Grand Prix
  • Sunday 22nd September: Singapore Grand Prix
  • Sunday 20th October: United States Grand Prix (S)
  • Sunday 27th October: Mexico City Grand Prix
  • Sunday 3rd November: Sao Paulo Grand Prix (S)
  • Saturday 23rd November: Las Vegas Grand Prix
  • Sunday 1st December: Qatar Grand Prix (S)
  • Sunday 8th December: Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

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