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Formula 1 2024 season preview

Calendar for season 2024

The 2024 Formula One season start on March 2 in Bahrain and ends on December 8 in Abu Dhabi. The calendar consists of twenty-four events.

DateGPCircuit
12.3BahrainBahrain International Circuit, Sakhir
29.3Saudi ArabianJeddah Corniche Circuit, Jeddah
324.3AustralianAlbert Park Circuit, Melbourne
47.4JapaneseSuzuka International Racing Course, Suzuka
521.4ChineseShanghai International Circuit, Shanghai
65.5MiamiMiami International Autodrome, Miami Gardens,
719.5Emilia RomagnaImola Circuit, Imola
826.5MonacoCircuit de Monaco, Monaco
99.6CanadianCircuit Gilles Villeneuve, Montreal
1023.6SpanishCircuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Montmelo
1130.6AustrianRed Bull Ring, Spielberg
127.7BritishSilverstone Circuit, Silverstone
1321.7HungarianHungaroring, Mogyorod
1428.7BelgianCircuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Stavelot
1525.8DutchCircuit Zandvoort, Zandvoort
161.9ItalianMonza Circuit, Monza
1715.9AzerbaijanBaku City Circuit, Baku
1822.9SingaporeMarina Bay Street Circuit, Singapore
1920.10United StatesCircuit of the Americas, Austin
2027.10Mexico CityAutodromo Hermanos Rodriguez, Mexico City
213.11Sao PauloInterlagos Circuit, Sao Paulo
2223.11Las VegasLas Vegas Strip Circuit, Paradise
231.12QatarLusail International Circuit, Lusail
248.12Abu DhabiYas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi

Constructor Championship - preseason odds

TeamOddsTeamOdds
Red Bull Racing1.25Alpine200
McLaren8Sauber500
Ferrari9Williams500
Mercedes9Haas1000
Aston Martin50RB

Main team changes

Alfa Romeo is set for a name change in 2024 after its current title sponsorship will come to an end. The full name of the team will be Stake F1 Team Kick Sauber.

Visa Cash App RB will be the new name for Red Bull's second team, which was previously known as Scuderia Toro Rosso and then AlphaTauri.

Rules and Regulation updates

For the 2024 season, there has been an increase in power unit allocation from three to four.

Teams will go back to having 13 sets of tyres available for each driver. The C0 tyre compound, which was introduced but not used during the 2023 season, was removed from the tyre lineup.

The format of sprint weekends has been altered. The sprint shootout determines the starting grid order for the sprint race after a single practice session at the beginning of the weekend. The sprint is scheduled for the first session on Saturday, followed by qualifying for the main race.

Drivers will now be allowed to use DRS one lap after a race start, safety car restart, or red flag restart, one lap earlier than in previous seasons.

2023 driver standings

DriverPts
1Verstappen575
2Perez285
3Hamilton234
4Alonso206
5Leclerc206
6Norris205
7Sainz Jr.200
8Russell175
9Piastri97
10Stroll74
11Gasly62
DriverPts
12Ocon58
13Albon27
14Tsunoda17
15Bottas10
16Hulkenberg9
17Guanyu6
18Ricciardo6
19Magnussen3
20Lawson2
21Sargeant1
22De Vries0

2023 team standings

TeamPts
1Red Bull Racing860
2Mercedes409
3Ferrari406
4McLaren302
5Aston Martin280
TeamPts
6Alpine120
7Williams28
8AlphaTauri25
9Alfa Romeo16
10Haas12

Alpine

Pierre Gasly (10), Esteban Ocon (31)
engine: Renault
chasis: A524

Aston Martin

Fernando Alonso (14), Lance Stroll (18)
engine: Mercedes
chasis: AMR24

Ferrari

Charles Leclerc (16), Carlos Sainz Jr. (55)
engine: Ferrari
chasis: SF-24

Haas

Kevin Magnussen (20), Nico Hulkenberg (27)
engine: Ferrari
chasis: VF-24

Kick Sauber

Zhou Guanyu (24), Valtteri Bottas (77)
engine: Ferrari
chasis: C44

McLaren

Lando Norris (4), Oscar Piastri (81)
engine: Mercedes
chasis: MCL38

Mercedes

Lewis Hamilton (44), George Russell (63)
engine: Mercedes
chasis: F1 W15

RB

Daniel Ricciardo (3), Yuki Tsunoda (22)
engine: Honda RBPT
chasis: TBA

Red Bull Racing

Max Verstappen (1), Sergio Perez (11)
engine: Honda RBPT
chasis: RB20

Williams

Logan Sargeant (2), Alexander Albon (23)
engine: Mercedes
chasis: FW46