While Formula 1 is away during the winter break, there is still other forms of motorsport you can watch on TV.
RacingNews365 has compiled a list of some of the racing series you can watch while F1 is away.
Formula E - Mexico E-Prix
The start of the 2024 Formula E season takes place in Mexico, around the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez.
Jake Dennis will be looking to kickstart his title defence off well, after winning the race last year with Andretti.
When to watch: 13 January
Rally Monte Carlo
The start of the World Rally Championship takes place at the iconic Rally Monte Carlo, as the drivers tackle the tricky roads in their hybrid cars.
The rally will re-located to the nearby town of Gap this year having previously hosted it between 2014 and 2021, due to major works being carried out in the Monaco principality.
When to watch: 25-28 January
Daytona 24 Hours
The 24 hours of Daytona will enter its 63rd running at the end of this month.
Meyer Shank Racing will be looking to defend their 2023 crown, after they took victory with Tom Blomqvist, Colin Braun, Helio Castroneves, and Simon Pagenaud.
When to watch: 27-28 January
Formula E - Saudi Arabia E-Prix
You won't have to wait long until the second round of the 2024 Formula E season, which takes place at the end of January in Saudi Arabia.
The Diriyah E-Prix will be the first double header of the season, both of which were won by Pascal Wehrlein last year.
When to watch: 26 - 27 January