#F1 2024 Videos

The 2024 F1 season will be the longest season in Formula 1 history, with 24 scheduled races.
The pressure is on for Mercedes and Ferrari to bring themselves back to race winning ways and provide a challenge to the dominant Red Bull. McLaren will also be hopeful following their late season surge in 2023, similarly Aston Martin will be keen to be at the front as well. Will there be any surprise developments this season with another team making a big jump forward?

The 24 race schedule for the year is set out as follows:

2nd March - Bahrain (Bahrain International Circuit) - 1st. Verstappen, 2nd. Perez, 3rd. Sainz
9th March - Saudi Arabia (Jeddah Corniche Circuit) - 1st. Verstappen, 2nd. Perez, 3rd. Leclerc
24th March - Australia (Melbourne Albert Park Circuit) - 1st. Sainz, 2nd. Leclerc, 3rd. Norris
7th April - Japan (Suzuka International Racing Course) - 1st. Verstappen, 2nd. Perez, 3rd. Sainz
21st April - China (Shanghai International Circuit) (S)
5th May - Miama (Miami International Autodrome) (S)
19th May - Italy (Imola - Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari)
26th May - Monaco (Monte Carlo - Circuit de Monaco)
9th June - Cananda (Circuit Gilles Villeneuve)
23rd June - Spain (Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya)
30th June - Austria (Red Bull Ring) (S)
7th July - Great Britain (Silverstone Circuit)
21st July - Hungary (Hungaroring)
28th July - Belgium (Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps)
25th August - Netherlands (Circuit Zandvoort)
1st September - Italy (Autodromo Nazionale Monza)
15th September - Azerbaijan (Baku City Circuit)
22nd September - Singapore (Marina Bay Street Circuit)
20th October - United States (Circuit of the Americas) (S)
27th October - Mexico (Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez)
3rd November - Brazil (Interlagos - Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace) (S)
23rd November - Las Vegas (Las Vegas Strip Circuit)
1st December - Qatar (Lusail International Circuit) (S)
8th December - Abu Dhabi (Yas Marina Circuit)

(S) - A sprint race will also take place at this event

April 2024

March 2024