The World of Formula 1 - 2024 Racing Calendar

Welcome to the 2024 Formula 1 calendar where iconic circuits and thrilling races showcase the heights of the motorsport world. From the high-speed straights of Bahrain's International Circuit to the challenging twists of Monaco's historic streets, each Grand Prix tells a unique story of speed, skill, and history. 


Saturday 02 March 2024: Bahrain Grand Prix

Held at the Bahrain International Circuit, 20 years after the inaugural Bahrain Grand Prix was staged, the Formula 1 season kicks off here. This track is regarded as one of the safest in the world with its large run-off areas, which have been criticised for not punishing drivers who stray off the track. 

The 57-lap race witnesses the drivers cover a total of 191.53 miles.  Lewis Hamilton currently holds the most number of race wins on this track with 5 currently under his belt.



Saturday 09 March 2024: Saudi Arabian Grand Prix

This race is held at the Jeddah Corniche Circuit and takes place over 50 laps of the 6.174-kilometre. The Prix (and other sporting events) that take place in Saudi Arabia have been criticised by the Human Rights Watch for using the events to distract people from the infringements on the serious human rights abuse that happens in the country.
Max Verstappen holds 2 wins on the circuit in 2022 and most recently in the 2024 race, making him the lead winner of this Grand Prix.

Sunday 24 March 2024: Australia Grand Prix

The Australian Grand Prix is held at the Albert Park Circuit in Melbourne which is a 5.278-kilometre track. First held in 1928 at the Phillip Island road circuit this race has evolved over the years and the Albert Park circuit has seen the Formula One debuts of many drivers.

Lex Davidson and Michael Schumacher both hold 4 wins on this track making them the top racers in the Australian Grand Prix.

Sunday 07 April 2024: Japanese Grand Prix

Held at the Suzuka International Racing Course in Japan this race covers  53 laps of the 5.807-kilometre track. After a fatal collision with a recovery vehicle occurred in 2014, the Dunlop corner was revised in safety standards and a new large crane was installed to replace the tractor that had been hit in the accident.

Michael Schumacher is the lead driver of the Japanese Grand Prix with 6 race wins behind his wheel. He won races in 1995, 1997, 2000, 2001, 2002 and 2004.

Sunday 21 April 2024: Chinese Grand Prix

The Chinese Grand Prix takes place at the Shanghai International Circuit, a race that is 56 over a 5.451-kilometre track. The circuit was the first in China to be purpose-built for Formula One and has held the FIA Formula One World Championship Chinese Grand Prix every year since 2004. The track itself was inspired by the Chinese character Shang (上), meaning "above" or "ascend"

Lewis Hamilton is the top Formula 1 driver on this track, winning 6 races in 2008, 2011, 2014, 2015, 2017, and 2019.

Sunday 05 May 2024: Miami Grand Prix

Set to take place on the first weekend in May, the Miami Grand Prix takes place at the Miami International Autodrome, a track that was purpose-built and officially opened in 2022. The 5.412 km circuit is designed to cause minimal disruption to the local residences with barriers and fences that are removed when there is no race taking place.

The lead driver of this track is Max Verstappen as he holds 2 race wins in 2022 and 2023.



Sunday 19 May 2024: Emilia Romagna Grand Prix

This race is held at the Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari located in Imola, Italy. A race of 63 laps  takes place over a 4.909 km circuit. The Emilia Romagna Grand Prix was first introduced in 2020 to help offset the disruption of the Covid-19 pandemic but has since been announced that a contract has been signed to continue this circuit until 2025!

Max Verstappen has won two consecutive races in 2021 and 2022, making him the driver with the most wins in the  Emilia Romagna Grand Prix.

Sunday 26 May 2024: Monaco Grand Prix

The only race in the Grand Prix that doesn't adhere to the FIA's mandated 305-kilometre (190-mile) minimum race distance for F1 races, this race takes place on the Circuit de Monaco. This is known as one of the most demanding circuits in Formula One due to the narrow streets, tight corners, elevation changes and the tunnel that the 3.337 km circuit follows. 

Ayrton Senna holds the most wins at the Monaco Grand Prix, with 6 victories on the track, 5 of which were consecutively between 1989 and 1993.


Sunday 09 June 2024: Canadian Grand Prix

Set to take place at the  Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal, this 4.361-kilometre track will witness a  70-lap  Formula 1 race. The 2011 Canadian Grand Prix race became the longest Formula 1 race to date as a rainstorm delayed the race for hours. When the race restarted, British driver Jenson Button rocketed on to win the race after being in last place, going on to describe this as his "best ever race".

Both Lewis Hamilton and Michael Schumacher have 7 Canadian Grand Prix races behind them, making them joint for the top driver on this circuit.

Sunday 23 June 2024: Spanish Grand Prix

This 307.362-kilometre race takes place at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Montmeló and is completed by racing 66 laps of the 4.657-kilometre circuit. The Spanish Grand Prix has been raced for over 110 years, making it one of the longest-running Formula 1 races.

Lewis Hamilton and Michael Schumacher each have 6 wins on this circuit, tying them again as top drivers on this track.

Sunday 30 June 2024: Austrian Grand Prix

The Red Bull Ring will host the 2024 Austrian Grand Prix, having been held in two Southeast Austrian locations: Zeltweg and Spielberg. The Austrian Grand Prix was revived in 2013 after a ten-year absence from the racing calendar, taking place over the 4.318-kilometre track and 71 laps.

The leading race driver on this track is Max Verstappen, holding 4 wins in 2018, 2019, 2021, 2023.

Sunday 07 July 2024: British Grand Prix

The British Grand Prix is the oldest in the Formula One World Championship calendar - with only it and the Italian Grand Prix taking place every year that the Formula One World Championship has been held. It is believed the British Grand Prix will continue to be held on the  5.891-kilometre Silverstone circuit until 2034.

British driver, Lewis Hamilton is currently the lead driver in this Prix with 8 wins behind his wheel in the years 2008, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2019, 2020 and 2021.

Sunday 21 July 2024: Hungarian Grand Prix

With its narrow, twisty and dusty track, the Hungarian Grand Prix is often associated with processional races on the Hungaroring track - sometimes seeing many cars following one another due to their inability to pass safely. In 2003, the track was modified to allow for more overtaking amongst the drivers. 

Drivers on this track will participate in a 70-lap race over the 4.381-kilometre track, with the current leading driver, Lewis Hamilton, holding 8 Hungarian wins.

Sunday 28 July 2024: Belgian Grand Prix

The Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps is known for its unpredictable weather, having rained each race day for 20 years! This 7.004-kilometre track has intermittently held the Belgian Grand Prix since 1925 and is a  favourite for both drivers and fans making it one of the most popular races in the Formula 1 calendar.

Belgian-Dutch driver, Max Verstappen, holds 6 wins on this track in the years 1992, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2001 and 2002.

Sunday 25 August 2024: Dutch Grand Prix

The Zandvoort Circuit underwent extensive modification during its 35-year hiatus in the Formula 1 racing calendar before 2021 - new pits were built and a chicane was placed before the high-speed corner, Bosuit. In 1972, there was no race held at the Zandvoort Circuit due to the drivers refusing to race at a track that had out-of-date facilities that were seen as underpar for Formula 1 at the time.

Jim Clark is the leading driver on this 72-lap, 4.259-kilometre circuit with a total of 4 wins in the years 1963, 1964, 1965 and 1967.

Sunday 01 September 2024: Italian Grand Prix

The Autodromo Nazionale di Monza held all Italian Grand Prix races apart from the 1980 race which was staged in Imola due to major upgrades that were needed, including a new pit complex. Since 2013, the Italian Grand Prix has been the race that has been held the most in the Formula 1 calendar, with 93 editions as of 2023. 

German driver Michael Schumacher and British driver Lewis Hamilton both hold 5 wins during the Italian Grand Prix, making them the top drivers of the 53-lap, 5.793-kilometre track.

Sunday 15 September 2024: Azerbaijan Grand Prix

The first Grand Prix held in Azerbaijan at the Baku City Circuit was in 2016 as the official European Grand Prix of that year. Drivers in this race are set to complete 51 laps of the 6.003-kilometre track to compete for the top podium position.

Sergio Pérez is currently the top driver in the Azerbaijan Grand Prix with 2 wins in 2021 and 2023.

Sunday 22 September 2024: Singapore Grand Prix

The Singapore Grand Pix was first held at Thomson Road before moving to the Marina Bay Street Circuit in 2008. This race was a world-first for the Formula 1 circuit with it being the first night-time event to take place. The organisers illuminated the track with projections that adapted throughout the race to match the shape of the course. 

Sebastian Vettel is currently the top driver in this Prix having reached the no.1 podium position of the 4.940-kilometre 8 times in the years 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015 and 2019.

Sunday 20 September 2024: United States Grand Prix

As of 2023, the USA Grand Prix has been held 52 times at 10 different locations. The Circuit of the Americas (Austin, Texas) has been the venue to host this race since 2012 - except in the year 2020 when the race was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Lewis Hamilton has won 6 races in the years 2007, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017 making him the lead driver on this circuit of the Prix.

Sunday 27 September 2024: Mexican Grand Prix

The Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez is home to the Mexico City Grand Prix with its 71-lap race of the 4.304-kilometre track. Initially, between the years of 1962–1970, the Mexican Grand Prix was held at the Magdalena Mixhuca circuit which was the first international racetrack in Mexico - the track held unique challenges due to being located 2,240m above sea level and the long, 180-degree Peraltada corner that finishes the circuit.

Belgian-Dutch driver, Max Verstappen, currently holds 5 wins on this circuit in the years 2017, 2018, 2021, 2022 and 2023.

Sunday 03 November 2024: Brazilian Grand Prix

After the first race held in 1972, the Brazilian Grand Prix has been on the Formula 1 calendar 51 times. The Autódromo José Carlos Pace is the home to this leg of the Formula 1 circuit with its 4.309-kilometre track that has the drivers racing for 71 laps. Formula 1 drivers, including Lewis Hamilton, have raised concerns about the plans to build a new circuit at Deodoro due to the environmental damages that global deforestation is causing.

The current champion of this track is French driver Alain Prost ​​with 6 wins at the Brazilian Grand Prix in the years 1982, 1984, 1985, 1987. 1988 and 1990.

Sunday 24 November 2024: Las Vegas Grand Prix

After the first race held in 1972, the Brazilian Grand Prix has been on the Formula 1 calendar 51 times. The Autódromo José Carlos Pace is the home to this leg of the Formula 1 circuit with its 4.309-kilometre track that has the drivers racing for 71 laps. Formula 1 drivers, including Lewis Hamilton, have raised concerns about the plans to build a new circuit at Deodoro due to the environmental damages that global deforestation is causing.

The current champion of this track is French driver ​​Alain Prost with 6 wins at the Brazilian Grand Prix in the years 1982, 1984, 1985, 1987, 1988 and 1990.

Sunday 01 December 2024: Qatar Grand Prix

The 2024 Las Vegas Grand Prix is only the second time that this race has been on the Formula 1 calendar. Known as the Las Vegas Strip Circuit, this is a night race on a temporary street circuit that runs along parts of the Las Vegas Strip - a track designed by Tilke GmbH and a project managed by Carsten Tilke.

Max Verstappen is currently the only winner on this track in a Las Vegas Grand Prix so all eyes will be peeled to see who wins the 2024 race.

Sunday 08 December 2024: Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

This race is another fairly new addition to the Formula 1 circuit with only 2 previous Qatar Grand Prix races being held. Taking place at the Losail International Circuit, the Qatar Grand Prix was added to the F1 calendar as the fourth full-night race.

With only two races, there is no clear top driver on this track - both Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton have won on this 57-lap, 5.419-kilometre circuit.