There is already a calendar for the 2024 Formula 1 season

the International Automobile Federation (FIA) He has just released the provisional Formula 1 calendar for the next season, which, as the main novelty, brings back the Chinese Grand Prix, which means that in 2024 we will enjoy 24 races instead of the 23 scheduled for this anus.

The 2024 season starts very early, on March 2, with the Bahrain Grand Prix, and ends late, on December 8, in Abu Dhabi. As usual Spain will take the top prize In the first half of the season, which will drop on June 23.

In accordance with the requirements of the teams, an effort was made in the calendar to group the Grand Prix by region, in order to reduce travel and with it also the carbon footprint left by the great circuses.

Thus, the movement of the Japanese Grand Prix to April along with the Azerbaijan to September allows to reduce the number of jumps. However, there is still work to be done in this regard, since again The jackpot is contested on separate North American soil from Miami, Canada, USA (Austin) and Las Vegas For events in other parts of the world, except in the case of Mexico, which will continue after the Austin (Texas) event.

Three races of the 2024 calendar will take place on Saturday

Another novelty in the calendar was the dispute over three races to be held on Saturday instead of Sunday. Bahrain and Saudi Arabia will be the first, while Las Vegas will be the third, although the North American event in Europe will coincide with Sunday morning, taking place there in the afternoon.

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It should also be noted that although there is another jackpot, There will be two long periods of inactivity during the season. To the usual August break, another break will be added between the end of September and the middle of October.

Formula 1 schedule for the 2024 season

  1. March 3: Bahrain (Sakhir).
  2. March 9: Saudi Arabia (Jeddah).
  3. March 24: Australia (Albert Park, Melbourne)
  4. April 7: Japan (Suzuka)
  5. April 21: China (Shanghai)
  6. May 5: Miami (Miami).
  7. May 19: Emilia-Romagna (Imola).
  8. May 26: Monaco (Montecalo).
  9. June 9: Canada (Montreal – Gilles Villeneuve).
  10. June 23: Spain (Barcelona).
  11. June 30: Austria (Red Bull Ring).
  12. July 7: Great Britain (Silverstone)
  13. July 21: Hungary (Budapest – Hungary)
  14. July 28: Belgium (Spas-Francorchamps)
  15. August 25: Netherlands (Zandvoort)
  16. September 1: Italy (Monza)
  17. September 15: Azerbaijan (Baku)
  18. September 22: Singapore (Singapore)
  19. October 20: United States (Austin – Circuit of the Americas)
  20. October 27: Mexico (Mexico City – Hermanos Rodriguez Raceway).
  21. November 3: Brazil (Interlagos)
  22. November 24: Las Vegas (Las Vegas)
  23. December 1: Qatar (Lusail).
  24. December 8: Abu Dhabi (Abu Dhabi)

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