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F2 and F3 2024 calendars revealed

Both feeder series have revealed which races they will be support F1 next season.

F2 2023
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The official calendars for the Formula 2 and Formula 3 championships have been revealed for the 2024 season.

F2 will support Formula 1 on the visit to Qatar at the Losail circuit in November replacing the Netherlands round, while both series will return to Melbourne after making their debut at the street track earlier this year.

Both will also support F1 at the season opener in Bahrain, then latterly at Imola, Monte-Carlo, Barcelona, Spielberg, Silverstone, Budapest, Spa and Monza.

F2 will host separate rounds at Baku, Yas Marina, and Jeddah without F3 on the support bill.

FIA Formula 2 CEO, Bruno Michel said: “I’m very pleased to announce that there will be fourteen rounds and 28 races on the Formula 2 calendar in 2024. For next year, we will race in Qatar, which is a very exciting new venue.

"Even though there will be more fly-away events in 2024, we continue to ensure the teams’ budget remains at a proper level.”

Ben Sulayem: F2 and F3 of 'vital importance' to success of motorsport

FIA President Mohammed Ben Sulayem added: “The FIA junior single-seater categories are of vital importance to the success of motorsport at the very highest levels, and for the young drivers to develop on the global platform of Formula 1 is without doubt the right pathway."

F1 CEO, Stefano Domenicali, said the inclusion of Qatar in the F2 calendar reflects on the interest of the support category globally.

"It is fantastic to announce such an exciting F2 calendar for 2024, following on from the 24 race calendar we announced for F1 a few weeks ago," he added.

"The breadth of venues and the addition of Qatar is another sign of the strength and interest in F2 globally and the talent we have in the Championship is very positive for the future."


# Round Circuit Date
1 Bahrain Bahrain International Circuit 29 February - 02 March
2 Jeddah Jeddah Corniche Circuit 07-09 March
3 Melbourne Albert Park 22-24 March
4 Emilia-Romagna Imola 19-21 May
5 Monaco Monaco 25-28 May
6 Spain Circuit de Catalunya 02-04 June
7 Austria Red Bull Ring 28-30 June
8 Great Britain Silverstone 05-07 July
9 Hungary Hungaroring 19-21 July
10 Belgium Spa-Francorchamps 26-28 July
11 Italy Monza 30 August – 01 September
12 Azerbaijan Baku City Circuit 13-15 September
13 Qatar Qatar 29 November – 01 December
14 Abu Dhabi Yas Marina 06-08 December


# Round Circuit Date
1 Bahrain Bahrain International Circuit 29 February - 02 March
2 Melbourne Albert Park 22-24 March
3 Emilia-Romagna Imola 17-19 May
4 Monaco Monaco 23-26 May
5 Spain Circuit de Catalunya 21-23 June
6 Austria Red Bull Ring 28-30 June
7 Great Britain Silverstone 05-07 July
8 Hungary Hungaroring 19-21 July
9 Belgium Spa-Francorchamps 26-28 July
10 Italy Monza 30 August – 01 September


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