Formula 1 2024, the longest world championship in history: calendar and news

The 2024 Formula 1 World Championship has officially started. In this article, the complete race calendar with all the winners and the constantly updated driver and manufacturer rankings.

The 2024 Formula 1 World Championship will be the longest in history . The calendar of events, in fact, will include 24 grand prix , starting on March 2 in Bahrain and concluding on December 8 in Abu Dhabi . The 2023 Championship should have already reached this record level but the cancellation of the Chinese GP and the cancellation of the Emilia-Romagna GP due to floods had reduced the scheduled races to 22. For 2024, however, things will start to rise again, because both circuits are back in the equation. Here are all the appointments .

The official calendar of the 2024 Formula 1 World Championship and the winners of each Grand Prix

  1. Bahrain Grand Prix – Sakhir – 02 March – Verstappen on Red Bull

  2. Saudi Arabian Grand Prix – Jeddah – 09 March

  3. Australian Grand Prix – Melbourne – 24 March

  4. Japanese Grand Prix – Suzuka – 07 April

  5. Chinese Grand Prix – Shanghai – 21 April

  6. Miami Grand Prix – Miami – 05 May

  7. Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix – Imola – 19 May

  8. Monaco Grand Prix – Monaco – 26 May

  9. Canadian Grand Prix – Montreal – 09 June

  10. Spanish Grand Prix – Barcelona – 23 June

  11. Austrian Grand Prix – Spielberg – 30 June

  12. British Grand Prix – Silverstone – 07 July

  13. Hungarian Grand Prix – Budapest – 21 July

  14. Belgian Grand Prix – Spa – 28 July

  15. Dutch Grand Prix – Zandvoort – 25 August

  16. Italian Grand Prix – Monza – 01 September

  17. Azerbaijan Grand Prix – Baku – 15 September

  18. Singapore Grand Prix – Singapore – 22 September

  19. United States Grand Prix – Austin – 20 October

  20. Mexican Grand Prix – Mexico City – 27 October

  21. Brazilian Grand Prix – Sao Paulo – 03 November

  22. Las Vegas Grand Prix – Las Vegas – November 23

  23. Qatar Grand Prix – Losail – 01 December

  24. Abu Dhabi Grand Prix – Yas Marina – 08 December

Drivers ranking

  1. Verstappen M. – Red Bull – 26 points
  2. Perez S. – Red Bull – 18 points
  3. Sainz C. – Ferrari – 15 points
  4. Leclerc C. – Ferrari – 12 points
  5. Russell G. – Mercedes – 10 points
  6. Norris L. – McLaren – 8 points
  7. Hamilton L. – Mercedes – 6 points
  8. Plates O. – McLaren – 4 points
  9. Alonso F. – Aston Martin – 2 points
  10. Stroll L. – Aston Martin – 1 points
  11. Zhou G. – Stake F1 Team Kick Sauber – 0 points
  12. Magnussen K. – Haas – 0 points
  13. Ricciardo D. – Rb – 0 points
  14. Tsunoda Y. – Rb – 0 points
  15. Albon A. – Williams 0 points
  16. Hulkenberg N. – Haas – 0 points
  17. Ocon E. – Alpine – 0 points
  18. Gasly P. – Alpine – 0 points
  19. Bottas V. – Stake F1 Team Kick Sauber – 0 points
  20. Sargeant L. – Williams – 0 points

Manufacturers ranking

  1. Red Bull – 44 points
  2. Ferrari – 27 points
  3. Mercedes – 16 points
  4. McLaren – 12 points
  5. Aston Martin – 3 points
  6. Alpine – 0 points
  7. Haas – 0 points
  8. Stake F1 Team Kick Sauber – 0 points
  9. Rb – 0 points
  10. Williams – 0 points

The drivers of the 2024 Formula 1 World Championship

Even on the drivers’ side, the 2024 World Championship marks an unprecedented record, with the confirmation of all the teams taking to the track in 2023 . Only Sargeant’s confirmation is missing, here the sentence needs to be revised.

Haas

  • Kevin Magnussen – confirmed

  • Nico Hulkenberg – confirmed

Red Bull

  • Max Verstappen – confirmed

  • Sergio Perez – confirmed

Aston Martin

  • Fernando Alonso – confirmed

  • Lance Stroll – confirmed

McLaren

  • Oscar Piastri – confirmed

  • Lando Norris – confirmed

AlphaTauri

  • Daniel Ricciardo – confirmed

  • Yuki Tsunoda – confirmed

Williams

  • Sargeant

  • Alexander Albon – confirmed

Ferrari

  • Charles Leclerc – confirmed

  • Carlos Sainz – confirmed

Mercedes

  • Lewis Hamilton – confirmed

  • George Russell – confirmed

Alpine

  • Pierre Gasly – confirmed

  • Esteban Ocon – confirmed

Sauber

  • Valtteri Bottas – confirmed

  • Zhou Guanyu – confirmed