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The Legendary Formula One motorsport is back, perhaps leading with the Redbull Honda dominance again? What does 2024 have in store for us?

Date  Event  Location 
29 February–2 March Bahrain GP Sakhir
7–9 March Saudi Arabian GP Jeddah
22-24 March Australian GP Melbourne
5-7 April Japanese GP Suzuka
19-21 April Chinese GP Shanghai
3-5 May Miami GP Miami
17-19 May Emilia-Romagna GP Imola
24-26 May Monaco GP Monaco
7-9 June Canadian GP Montreal
21-23 June Spanish GP Barcelona
28-30 June Austrian GP Spielberg
5-7 July British GP Silverstone
19-21 July Hungarian GP Budapest
26-28 July Belgian GP Spa
23-25 August Dutch GP Zandvoort
30 August–1 September Italian GP Monza
13-15 September Azerbaijan GP Baku
20-22 September Singapore GP Singapore
18-20 October United States GP Austin
25-27 October Mexican GP Mexico City
1-3 November Brazilian GP São Paulo
21-23 November Las Vegas GP Las Vegas
29 November–1 December Qatar GP Losail
6-8 December Abu Dhabi GP Yas Marina

Logistical Nightmare 

Formula One still battles the massive logistical ordeal that goes into making this sport happen. In an effort, races have been shifted around the year to better accommodate teams in the sport with the season finale still held at the iconic Yas Marina circuit in Abu Dhabi.

New Circuit Announcement

Madrid, Barcelona has joined Formula 1 with their first appearance in the 2026 season which shall also feature the new engine regulations change and perhaps even some new teams.

Current projections show that Barcelona’s IFEMA Exhibition Centre, a 5.47 Km circuit will feature nearly 20 corners and have a projected lap timing of one minute and 30 seconds.

This circuit also aims to be commuter-friendly for the public with transport facilities being provided to the nearly 1,10,000 grandstands that the track is purported to feature.

Also see: McLaren’s 2024 Livery is already out!

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