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F1 calendar 2024: All dates at a glance

After Max Verstappen's third world championship title, the new Formula 1 season is now just around the corner. Here are the important dates on the horizon.
By Ildefonso García / Philipp Briel
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At the 2023 Qatar Grand Prix, Max Verstappen was crowned Formula 1 World Champion for the third time in a row. Oracle Red Bull Racing had bagged the Constructors' World Championship at the round before in Japan.
In just a few months, the reigning world champion and his team will be on a mission to defend their titles. The 2024 Formula 1 calendar below details all races scheduled for the coming season.
But first, find out how Christian Horner and Adrian Newey brought Oracle Red Bull Racing to the top of Formula 1 in the film Unfiltered: Horner and Newey.

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Unfiltered: Horner and Newey

Oracle Red Bull Racing's team principal and chief technical officer reflect on their success.

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The 2024 Formula 1 calendar

The Formula 1 calendar for the 2024 season has now been set. With 24 races, fans and drivers can look forward to the longest Formula 1 season of all time. The season finale will once again be the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, taking place on December 8, 2024.
Here you can find an overview of all Formula 1 races in 2024:

Race

Date

Grand Prix

Location

1

March 2

Bahrain Grand Prix

Sakhir

2

March 9

Saudi Arabian Grand Prix

Jeddah

3

March 24

Australian Grand Prix

Melbourne

4

April 7

Japanese Grand Prix

Suzuka

5

April 21

Chinese Grand Prix

Shanghai

6

May 5

Miami Grand Prix

Miami Gardens

7

May 19

Emilia Romagna Grand Prix

Imola

8

May 26

Monaco Grand Prix

Monaco

9

June 9

Canadian Grand Prix

Montreal

10

June 23

Spanish Grand Prix

Montmeló

11

June 30

Austrian Grand Prix

Spielberg

12

July 7

British Grand Prix

Silverstone

13

July 21

Hungarian Grand Prix

Mogyoród

14

July 28

Belgian Grand Prix

Stavelot

15

August 25

Dutch Grand Prix

Zandvoort

16

September 1

Italian Grand Prix

Monza

17

September 15

Azerbaijan Grand Prix

Baku

18

September 22

Singapore Grand Prix

Singapore

19

October 20

United States Grand Prix

Austin

20

October 27

Mexico City Grand Prix

Mexico City

21

November 3

São Paulo Grand Prix

São Paulo

22

November 23

Las Vegas Grand Prix

Las Vegas

23

December 1

Qatar Grand Prix

Lusail

24

December 8

Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

Abu Dhabi

02

Things get started in Bahrain

As in previous years, the 2024 Formula 1 season will open in Bahrain. The 2023 race was a resounding success for Oracle Red Bull Racing as World Champion Verstappen secured victory, followed by team-mate Sergio Pérez. Third place went to Fernando Alonso for Aston Martin.
03

Second stop is Saudi Arabia

The race on the Jeddah Corniche Circuit in Saudi Arabia celebrated its premiere in the 2021 season and Verstappen finished second. In the 2022 season, the Dutchman got his first win on his way to becoming a double world champion. At the GP in 2023, victory went to Pérez, who celebrated his fifth triumph in Formula 1 - the fourth at a street circuit.
04

Eyes down for a trip Down Under

Sergio Pérez of Oracle Red Bull Racing at the Australian Grand Prix on April 2, 2023.

Pérez's charge from the pit lane to fifth was spectacular

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The third race of the season will take us Down Under. After a break in 2021, the Australian Grand Prix returned to the Albert Park circuit in 2022.
In a turbulent 2023 race, Verstappen secured pole position and victory. Pérez, who started with penalties due to maintenance work, was also in top form and triumphantly caught up to finish in fifth place. With 10th place, Yuki Tsunoda scored the first point of the season for Scuderia AlphaTauri.
05

Going big in Japan

The Suzuka International Racing Course is the mostly on, sometimes off, home of the Japanese Grand Prix. Verstappen took maximum points from Japan in 2023 with the race win as well as the fastest lap and pole position. We head back to the 5.807km Suzuka racetrack on April 7, 2024.
06

Heading back to China

Max Verstappen of Red Bull Racing, attends a promotional event ahead of Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai, China on April 10, 2019.

Max at the 2019 Chinese Grand Prix

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The Chinese Grand Prix returns to the F1 calendar after a four year absence. The last running of the Chinese Grand Prix was in 2019 and now in 2024 were finally heading back to the Shanghai International Circuit. Will Oracle Red Bull Racing get their first victory at the circuit since Daniel Ricciardo's win in 2018?
07

Make a dash for Miami

Max Verstappen of Oracle Red Bull Racing at the Miami Grand Prix on May 7, 2023.

Verstappen's unrelenting pace on worn hard tires was the decisive factor

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The Miami Grand Prix made its debut in 2022 and was back the following year to determine a winner on the tight and narrow circuit. Verstappen again showed his dominance. Although the Dutchman started the race from 10th place, he secured victory in the end. Again in front of team-mate Pérez, who had started on pole.
08

Monaco is the one they all want to win

Max Verstappen of Oracle Red Bull Racing at the Monaco Grand Prix on May 28, 2023.

Max and his mechanics were all smiles after a fourth win this year

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Of course, the cult race par excellence on the narrow circuit in Monte Carlo can not be missing from the 2024 F1 season. After Pérez was successful in 2022, victory last year went to serial world champion Verstappen, who played to his strengths in unpredictable race conditions that switched between sun and rain.
09

Heat hits the Red Bull Ring in late June

Max Verstappen of Oracle Red Bull Racing at the Austrian Grand Prix on July 2, 2023.

There was little doubt who the fans turned up to see ...

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On July 2, 2023, the Austrian Grand Prix took place at the Red Bull Ring and Verstappen sent the crowd wild with his fourth win at the venue. For good measure, the Dutchman also won the weekend's Sprint Race. You can be sure he'll be pushing for win number five in 2024.
10

The best of British

The British Grand Prix was first contested in 1926 and is fast approaching its centenary year. The most recent racer to create history at Silverstone was Verstappen. In 2023 he finished ahead of British drivers Lando Norris and Lewis Hamilton to top the podium. That was Verstappen’s first win at the British Grand Prix and he’ll be out to make it two in a row in 2024.
11

Zandvoort has a crowd favorite

Pole position qualifier Max Verstappen waves to the crowd during qualifying ahead of the F1 Grand Prix of The Netherlands at Circuit Zandvoort on August 26, 2023.

No doubt who is the crowd favourite in Zandvoort

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It’s been great to have the Dutch Grand Prix back on the F1 calendar, returning as it did in 2021 following a 35 year hiatus. Since it’s been back there’s only been one driver that the locals want to see win… home hero Verstappen. He won a wet weather race from pole in 2023 and the partisan crowd will want the same result in 2024.
12

There’s always a show at Monza

The Italian Airforce perform above the grid prior to the F1 Grand Prix of Italy at Autodromo Nazionale Monza on September 03, 2023 in Monza, Italy.

The Italian Airforce fly over Monza

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The Italian Grand Prix never disappoints and the 2023 race was no exception. Verstappen’s victory was his tenth consecutive race win in a row, breaking Sebastian Vettel's record of nine consecutive race victories in 2013. Verstappen, Pérez and polesitter Carlos Sainz Jr. of Ferrari made up the podium.
13

Marina Bay is getting a great rep

In the 2023 World Championship this was the first race of the season not won by an Oracle Red Bull Racing driver. Here’s where Verstappen's record streak of ten consecutive wins and the team’s record streak of fifteen consecutive wins both ended. It wasn’t all bad news though, AlphaTauri driver Liam Lawson scored his first points in Formula One by finishing ninth in the race. Still, there’s room for improvement here in 2024.
14

We're heading back to Vegas

Sergio Pérez drives an Oracle Red Bull Racing car in front of Caesars Palace.

Sergio Pérez in front of Caesars Palace

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We were treated to a real premiere at the penultimate race of the 2023 Formula 1 season. The Las Vegas Grand Prix was the third and last race of the 2023 season to take place in the USA.
The 6.12 kilometer long street circuit returns in 2024. It features six right-hand and 11 left-hand corners as well as three long straights. Expect top speeds of up to 342kph.
15

What will be waiting for us in Abu Dhabi?

The nerve jangling finale of the 2021 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix remains the most remarkable conclusion to any sport season in recent years. Verstappen’s final lap pass on Hamilton clinched the Dutchman his first World Championship and he hasn’t looked back since. Will Verstappen be lifting championship number four when we return to Abu Dhabi in 2024?

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