F1 2024: Everything You Need to Know About Drivers, Teams, Races, & More

F1 2024

The 2023 F1 season recently reached its climax and came to an end as Red Bull enjoyed complete domination over the competition once again. 

Max Verstappen cruised to the World Championship, while the team were also Constructors champions once again by a considerable distance as Sergio Perez finished second in the standings.

Fans may not have been surprised by how the year unfolded, as the Dutch driver and the team were mostly always considered to be the favorites to win the spoils when they took to the track. Many are expecting a repeat performance for years to come.

F1 2024

Nonetheless, a new season is on the horizon, and many will be looking forward to seeing what 2024 will bring.

Which teams and drivers are confirmed for F1 2024?

There will be a rather familiar look to the F1 2024 season when it begins, as there have not been any driver or team changes to have been made. Daniel Ricciardo replaced Nyck de Vries at AlphaTauri halfway through the 2023 season and has kept his place at the team.

The only potential changes that may occur between now and the start of the season is the team names of two. AlphaTauri is scheduled to be rebranded amid a reshuffle that is being experienced, while Alfa Romeo car constructor and engine supplier ended their partnership with Sauber and left the F1 as there are rumors Audi is set to take their place. This is the lineup in full:


Driver 1

Driver 2

Red Bull

Max Verstappen

Sergio Perez


Lewis Hamilton

George Russell


Charles Leclerc

Carlos Sainz

Aston Martin

Fernando Alonso

Lance Stroll


Lando Norris

Oscar Piastri


Esteban Ocon

Pierre Gasly


Alex Albon

Logan Sargeant


Kevin Magnussen

Nico Hulkenberg

Alfa Romeo*

Valtteri Bottas

Zhou Guanyu


Yuki Tsunoda

Daniel Ricciardo

  • potential team name change

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Who are the favorites?

Unsurprisingly, Max Verstappen is the overwhelming favorite to be the world champion once again. At the same time, Red Bull is also a heavy favorite to become the constructor’s champion again.

Verstappen’s odds at sport betting sites have been priced at -376, with his closest challenger thought to be Lando Norris. However, he is priced at +825, with Lewis Hamilton at +1,200. The gulf in the value between the bet prices available perhaps highlights just how much the Dutchman is dominating the sport at the moment.

Red Bull is also overwhelming favorites to retain their constructor’s championship, with a price of -275. Mercedes and McLaren are both +510, while Ferrari is priced at +620, thus showing the gap in quality that is currently being experienced across the F1 at the moment.

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What does the full F1 2024 calendar look like?

While there may be some who are expecting a familiar end result of the F1 season, fans will be treated to a record number of Grand Prixs in the upcoming 2024 F1 campaign, with 24 scheduled to take place.

The calendar will begin on March 2 and will run until December 8, with six races featuring the sprint format as part of the qualifying process. These will be held at the Chinese, Miami, Austrian, United States, São Paulo and Qatar Grands Prixs.

No. of GP

Date of GP Race

Grand Prix


2 March

Bahrain Grand Prix


9 March

Saudi Arabia Grand Prix


24 March

Australian Grand Prix


7 April

Japanese Grand Prix


21 April

Chinese Grand Prix


5 May

Miami Grand Prix


19 May

Emilia Romagna Grand Prix


26 May

Monaco Grand Prix


9 June

Canadian Grand Prix


23 June

Spanish Grand Prix


30 June

Austrian Grand Prix


7 July

British Grand Prix


21 July

Hungarian Grand Prix


28 July

Belgian Grand Prix


25 August

Dutch Grand Prix


1 September

Italian Grand Prix


15 September

Azerbaijan Grand Prix


22 September

Singapore Grand Prix


20 October

United States Grand Prix


27 October

Mexico City Grand Prix


3 November

Sao Paulo Grand Prix


23 November

Las Vegas Grand Prix


1 December

Qatar Grand Prix


8 December

Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

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