Components 1 unveils report 24-race schedule for 2024

Components One bosses have introduced the longest calendar within the sport’s historical past with a report 24 races scheduled for subsequent season.

The marketing campaign will open on a Saturday in Bahrain on March 2 and finish greater than 10 months later in Abu Dhabi on December 8.

F1 races historically happen on a Sunday, however subsequent 12 months’s schedule kicks off with back-to-back Saturday evening races, first in Bahrain after which in Saudi Arabia, to accommodate Ramadan.

The circuit then strikes to Melbourne with the Australian GP on March 24.

A month later, in Shanghai, the Chinese language grand prix is pencilled in for the primary time since 2019.

This 12 months was scheduled initially to have 24 races, with Las Vegas making its debut, however China and the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix at Imola have been cancelled as a result of COVID-19 restrictions and extreme flooding.

F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali mentioned: “There may be big curiosity and continued demand for Components One, and I imagine this calendar strikes the suitable steadiness between conventional races and new and current venues.

“Our journey to a extra sustainable calendar will proceed within the coming years as we additional streamline operations as a part of our Internet Zero 2030 dedication.

“We’ve loads of racing to sit up for in 2023, together with the inaugural Las Vegas Grand Prix, and our followers can sit up for extra pleasure subsequent season.”

2024 Components One Calendar

March 2 – Bahrain GP (Sakhir)

March 9 – Saudi Arabian GP (Jeddah)

March 24 – Australian GP (Melbourne)

April 7 – Japanese GP (Suzuka)

April 21 – Chinese language GP (Shanghai)

Could 5 – Miami GP (Miami)

Could 19 – Emilia Romagna GP (Imola)

Could 26 – Monaco GP (Monte Carlo)

June 9 – Canadian GP (Montreal)

June 23 – Spanish GP (Barcelona)

June 30 – Austrian GP (Spielberg)

July 7 – British GP (Silverstone)

July 21 – Hungarian GP (Hungaroring)

July 28 – Belgian GP (Spa-Francorchamps)

August 25 – Dutch GP (Zandvoort)

September 1 – Italian GP (Monza)

September 15 – Azerbaijan GP (Baku)

September 22 – Singapore GP (Marina Bay)

October 20 – United States GP (Austin)

October 27 – Mexico Metropolis GP (Mexico Metropolis)

November 3 – Brazilian GP (Interlagos)

November 23 – Las Vegas GP (Las Vegas)

December 1 – Qatar GP (Lusail)

December 8 – Abu Dhabi GP (Yas Marina)

-PA, Reuters



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