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F1 teams 2024

During the Formula 1 season 2024, ten F1 teams have entered the competition, competing for the world title. Max Verstappen and Red Bull Racing are the defending champions this season, with Red Bull Racing securing the 2023 constructor's title after the Grand Prix of Japan.

F1 teams 2024

Red Bull Racing secured the constructor's title in 2024. This was confirmed after the Grand Prix of Japan. Mercedes and Ferrari were engaged in an exciting battle for the second position, which came down to the last Grand Prix of the season. The gap was ultimately only three points, placing Mercedes above Ferrari.

After a dramatic start to the season for McLaren, the team made a strong comeback from the British Grand Prix onwards. This allowed them to overtake Aston Martin in the standings, finishing fourth in the constructor's championship. Alpine ended up in the middle of the pack as the sixth F1 team.

There was an intense battle for the seventh position in the championship. It was a mere three-point difference with AlphaTauri (now Visa Cash App RB), but ultimately, Williams impressively retained the seventh position.

Alfa Romeo finished ninth with sixteen points, and Haas ended up last with twelve points. Starting from this season, Alfa Romeo definitively departs from F1 as a sponsor, not sponsoring any other team either. As a result, the formerly Alfa Romeo Racing team now continues under the name 'Stake F1 Team.'

The overview below is fully equipped with all the information about the Formula 1 teams, including details about the drivers, history, all statistics, as well as photos and videos of significant moments.

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