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F1 launch 2024 calendar with radical change to start out of the season

F1 launch 2024 calendar with radical change to start out of the season


The primary race of the 2024 season might be held on a Saturday evening in Bahrain as System 1 launched the calendar for subsequent yr.

Bahrain, which has hosted the season-opener since 2021, has normally hosted its grand prix on a Sunday as is customary within the sport, however as a consequence of Ramadan subsequent yr’s race might be on a Saturday evening.

Sunday is taken into account a “feast day” in the course of the Islamic competition, which sees the world’s nearly two-billion Muslims quick between dawn and sundown in the course of the different six days of the week.

The second race in Saudi Arabia can even be on a Saturday, that means there might be three out of the record-breaking 24 races held a day sooner than normal, with Las Vegas set for a Saturday evening lights out.

The Chinese language Grand Prix – not held since 2019 as a consequence of Covid-19 restrictions – is ready to return in Shanghai on April 21, whereas there aren’t any model new additions to the calendar, with the Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps extending its contract for an additional season after potential plans for a race in South Africa fell by means of.

The British Grand Prix at Silverstone might be held in its conventional slot on Sunday 7 July and the season will climax, as normal, with the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix at Yas Marina on December 8.


  • February 29-March 2: Bahrain Grand Prix at Sakhir
  • March 7-9: Saudi Arabia Grand Prix at Jeddah
  • March 22-24: Australia Melbourne
  • April 5-7: Japan Grand Prix at Suzuka
  • April 19-21: China Grand Prix at Shanghai
  • Could 3-5: Miami Grand Prix at Miami
  • Could 17-19: Emilia Romagna Grand Prix at Imola
  • Could 24-26: Monaco Grand Prix at Monaco
  • June 7-9: Canada Grand Prix at Montreal
  • June 21-23: Spain Grand Prix at Barcelona
  • June 28-30: Austria Grand Prix at Spielberg
  • July 5-7: British Grand Prix at Silverstone
  • July 19-21: Hungary Grand Prix at Budapest
  • July 26-28: Belgium Grand Prix at Spa
  • August 23-25: Netherlands Grand Prix at Zandvoort
  • August 30-September 1: Italy Grand Prix at Monza
  • September 13-15: Azerbaijan Grand Prix at Baku
  • September 20-22: Singapore Grand Prix at Singapore
  • October 18-20: USA Grand Prix at Austin
  • October 25-27: Mexico Grand Prix at Mexico Metropolis
  • November 1-3: Brazil Grand Prix at Sao Paulo
  • November 21-23: Las Vegas Grand Prix at Las Vegas
  • November 29–December 1: Grand Prix at Qatar Lusail
  • December 6-8: Abu Dhabi Grand Prix at Yas Marina



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